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  The Address Bulb Man  
Thomas McConnell •  (702) 224-4835

Do you have burned-out address bulbs? Are you having a hard time finding replacement bulbs? Perhaps you're not able to climb up a ladder in order to replace your bulbs. Have no fear, The Address Bulb Man is here!
For the past 20 years I have delivered the Las Vegas Review-Journal in Sun City Summerlin. I typically start my day at 3 a.m. and deliver my route until 5 a.m. each morning. During my 20 years of service to Sun City Summerlin, I've noticed many of the homes have burned-out address bulbs. Did you know that your neighborhood looks impeccable and much more distinguished when all the addresses can be clearly seen? Not to mention that it brightens your street during the evening and early morning hours. I want to serve the fine folks in Sun City Summerlin by replacing your burned-out address bulbs because in the 20 years that I have delivered in Sun City, I've seen just how beautiful your community truly is. The small things, like your address bulbs, add up to a beautiful big picture! Call me today for a quote. 

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Administration Offices Closed on Monday, July 4

Please note all administrative offices in Sun City will be closed on Monday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. SCSCAI wishes all residents a safe and happy Fourth of July!

Sunshine Services Warehouse Closed for the Holiday

If you're planning on having company over the holiday weekend and will be in need of assistance from the Sunshine Services Club, be advised that volunteers will be off on Monday, July 4, and the warehouse will be closed. The office is located in the back of the Desert Vista parking lot; hours are Monday to Saturday, 9 to 11 a.m. For more information, call Sunshine Services at 341-9741.

Mountain Shadows, Pinnacle Community Centers to Close Early on Fourth of July;
Pool Hours to Remain the Same

Mountain Shadows and the Pinnacle social centers will close at 4 p.m. on Monday, July 4, in honor of the Fourth of July holiday. The closure does not affect the fitness centers, so the swimming pools will remain open during normal operating hours, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. There is NO EARLY closure set for Desert Vista. The Desert Vista Community and Fitness centers will remain open during their normal operating hours, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Make Your Plans to Enjoy an Independence Day Feast

Celebrate the holiday by letting someone else do the cooking. Chef Barbi Meinel and her staff will present the annual Fourth of July BBQ at The Summit on Monday, July 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join your friends and neighbors and enjoy a scrumptious buffet of BBQ chicken prepared on the grill and pulled pork served with sweet rolls. Sides will include bacon bourbon-baked beans, coleslaw, Barbiís secret-recipe Hawaiian macaroni potato salad, ice-cold watermelon and apple pie. Fountain drinks and coffee will be available. The Feast is priced at $17 per person, no RSVP required. Takeout orders are available. If you know youíll want to enjoy your meal at home, please call ahead and your order will be waiting for you when you arrive. Happy Birthday, America!

Patriotic Parade to Feature Floats, Music & More

The fun gets started early on Monday, July 4, as Summerlinís 22nd Annual Patriotic Parade kicks off at 9 a.m. (escort division starts at 8:30 a.m.) Pack up your lawn chairs or blankets, water and snacks and head across Lake Mead Boulevard where more than 35,000 people are expected to enjoy Las Vegasí largest Independence Day parade. The route begins at the corner of Hillpointe Road and Hills Center Drive and continues south to Trails Village Center. This year United States Senator Dean Heller, R-Nev., and Lieutenant Governor Mark Hutchison, R-Nev., will kick off the procession. Parade grand marshals are Brigadier General Jeannie M. Leavitt, 57th Wing Commander, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada and Chief Master Sergeant Shawn L. Drinkard, Command Chief Master Sergeant, 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. The parade is open to the public; everyone is encouraged to arrive early.


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Report Mail Theft Immediately

If you have been the victim of mail theft, the U.S. Postal Service needs your help. To report mail stolen from your homeís mailbox, or the large blue community mailboxes, call 877-876-2455. When reporting the crime, please be sure to provide as much information as possible regarding time, location and type of mail stolen. According to a local U.S. postal inspector, the more information a caller can provide, the better chance there is of solving the crime.

If you are interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch on your block, call Karl Wiedemann, chairman, Community Preparedness Committee, 256-1944,
or Sun City resident Julia Mooney (Moon), 838-1840

Call Security Patrol ASAP if You've Lost Your Dog/Cat

Security Patrol drivers cover the entire community, every day and night. They are the most likely source to find a lost pet and begin the process of reuniting it with its owner. If anyone spots a dog running loose, or if their own pet goes AWOL, they can escalate a happier story-ending by calling Security Patrol at 254-2303, right away.

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