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									                                          PRAIRIE LODGE
                                          M AY 2 0 1 0

                                                                                                                                                    A Monthly Publication
                                                                                                                                                    For The Residents of
                                                                                                                                                    Sun City Huntley

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In This Issue...
Business Hours                    4                               Prairie Lodge Lifestyles published monthly by:

Staff & Board Members             6
                                                                Sun City Community Association of Huntley, Inc.
                                                    12880 Del Webb Boulevard • Huntley, IL 60142 • www.oursuncityhuntley.net
General Information             6-7

DIRECTOR & COMMITTEE                                   Business Hours/Contact Information
Executive Director                8     (847) 515-7650                                                     (847) 515-7680
                                        MAIN CONTACT                                                       Whisper Creek Golf & Gift Shop

                                        (847) 515-7303 FAX (Official Association
Governance & Standards                  Business)                                                          The Wellness Center by Centegra Health
Director                          8     Monday - Friday                     8am-5pm
                                                                                                           (847) 515-2078 • Fax (847) 515-2334

Information Technology/                                                                                    Monday, Tuesday,
                                        (847) 515-7748                                                     Wednesday and Friday                8am-4pm
                                        Exterior Modifications Assistance
Communications Director           9     Resident Business Center                                           Thursday                            8am-6pm
Green Home/Smart Home                   Monday – Thursday                 9am-12pm                         Saturday                           8am-12pm

Show Sponsors                     9     All desks will open at 6:30am on the first day
                                        of registration.                                                   (847) 515-7675
                                                                                                           Walleye Grill Restaurant

Lifestyles Director              10                                                                        LUNCH
                                                                                                           Monday-Saturday                               11am-3pm
Landscape Services Supervisor &         (847) 515-7773
                                        Prairie Lodge Member Services
                                                                                                           Sunday (Breakfast Buffet)                9:30am-1:30pm
Common Area Landscaping 11              Monday - Friday                8am-9pm                             DINNER
                                        Saturday                       8am-6pm
                                                                                                           Monday-Thursday                                      3-8pm
Director, Administration         11     Sunday                        10am-6pm
                                                                                                           Friday-Saturday                                      3-9pm
Consumer Showcase Sponsors 12                                                                              Sunday                                            1:30-8pm
                                        12980 Meadow View Court
                                        Meadow View Lodge Member Services

Wellness                         13     (847) 515-7695
                                        Monday - Friday                 7:30am-9pm                         (847) 515-7344
                                                                                                           Drendel Ballroom Banquet & Catering
Food Services                    14     Saturday*                          8am-5pm
Community Bulletin Board         15     Sunday                             8am-5pm
                                                                                                           (847) 515-7200
                                                                                                           Del Webb Sales Department

Neighborhood Advisory
                                        *Open until 9pm for private parties
                                        Resident Business Center Fax
Council                          16                                                                        (877) 850-2547
                                                                                                           Del Webb Customer Relations
                                        (847) 515-7244
                                                                                                           Service Hours by Appointment
Free Business Seminars           16
                                        (847) 515-7635
                                        Prairie Lodge Fitness Center
Fitness                      17-21
                                                                                                           Billiard Room & Outdoor Facilities:
                                        Monday - Friday                              6:30am-9pm            Pavilion & Eakin Field

Fit Walk Registration Form       22     Saturday                                        7am-7pm            Maintain the same hours as Prairie Lodge
                                        Sunday                                          8am-7pm
Feeling Great is Ageless
                                                                                                           Tall Oaks Tennis Club

Schedule                     23-25      (847) 515-7692
                                        Meadow View Lodge Fitness Center                                   6am - 10pm (Weather Permitting)

                                        Monday - Friday             6:30am-8pm
Fitness/Wellness Survey          26     Saturday                       7am-5pm                             (847) 669-2384
                                                                                                           Millgrove Woodshop

Extended Travel                  27     Sunday                         8am-5pm

Special Events               28-32      Cardio-Strength Room, Prairie Lodge Pools

Trips                        33-38
                                        & Walking Track

Educational Opportunities 39-41         Anytime during regular operational hours
                                        Adult Guest Hours:

                                                                                                                          This month’s issue
Committees                       42
                                        Monday - Friday                                  3pm-5pm
                                        Family Swim                                                                       of Lifestyles is
Lifestyles Calendar              43     Saturday & Sunday                                1pm-4pm                          PRINTED ON
Charter Clubs                44-48                                                                                        RECYCLED PAPER
                                        (847) 669-2392
                                        Railroad Club Room
Resident Special Interest
Groups                       49-50
Advertisements        2, 3, 5, 51-92
                                        The material contained within Lifestyles is checked for accuracy, however, may contain typographical errors or inaccuracies and may
                                        not be complete or current at the time of printing. Sun City Community Association of Huntley, Inc. will assume no (and hereby
                                        disclaims any) responsibility for any errors or omissions of this newsletter’s content. Nor shall we be responsible for any damages
                                        incurred as a result of the content or use of this newsletter. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

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    Your Wentworth Management Team Contact Information                                                                            MAIN NUMBER: (847) 515-7650

ADMINISTRATION:                                                                        GOVERNANCE & STANDARDS:

                                          bill.pennock@suncityhuntley.org                                                          deanna.loughran@suncityhuntley.org
Bill Pennock                              847-515-7754                                 Deanna Loughran                             847-515-7664

                                                                                                                                   847-515-7226 (FAX)
Executive Director                                                                     Governance & Standards Director

Debby Seger                               847-515-7671

Director, Administration                                                               Amy Essig                                   847-515-7748
                                                                                       Community Standards Advisor

FINANCE:                                                                               Sharon Lorenz                               847-515-7678

Bruce Carr                                847-515-7638                                 Office Clerk, New Res. Orientation
Finance Director

Delores Drees                             847-515-7636                                 MAINTENANCE:

Assistant Controller                                                                   Dave Osborn                                 847-515-7618

Lesia Pedersen                            847-515-7309                                 Maintenance Director

Membership, Billing Inquiries                                                          Joe Bottalla                                847-515-7612
                                                                                       Landscape Services Supervisor
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMMUNICATIONS:                                                 and Common Area Landscaping

                                 kathleen.flannery@suncityhuntley.org                                                              russell.woodside@suncityhuntley.org
Kathleen Flannery                847-515-7765                                          Russell Woodside                            847-515-7761
Information Technology/                                                                Landscaping Services Associate
Communications Director                                                                Waste Removal Services

Ollie Arseneau                   847-515-7656                                          APN Landscaping
Publications Assistant                                                                 Neighborhood 19, 20, 22, & 38

Robert Laird                     847-515-7241                                          Seal Coating Services

Advertising Sales Representative                                                       Ron Johnston                                847-515-7751

Richard Pawlicki                 847-515-7658                                          Landscape Services Associate,
Communications Coordinator                                                             APN Landscaping Neighborhood 8,
                                                                                       13, 32A, 1B, & 34, Mail Box Repairs

LIFESTYLE:                                                                             Mary Wood                                   847-515-7224

Lifestyles Director, One Day &            cynthia.o’connor@suncityhuntley.org
Cynthia O’Connor                          847-515-7654                                 All APN Exterior Buildings
                                                                                       maintenance requests
Extended Travel Programs

Jane Tennant                              847-515-7619                                 BUILDING SERVICES:

Special Events Coord., Classes                                                         Larry Mann                                  847-515-7655
 Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday                                                         Building Services Director

                                          joan.grant@suncityhuntley.org                                                            maria.cruz@suncityhuntley.org
Joan Grant                                847-515-7651                                 Maria Cruz                                  847-515-7660
Customer Service Manager                                                               Room Scheduling

Rosemary Fermo                            847-515-7621
Land Classes/Fitness Coordinator                                                       *The Community Home Page on the Web Portal now has a direct link for
Bernadette Fortnum                        847-515-7669                                 submitting warranty work requests.
Aquatic Fitness Coordinator               bernadette.fortnum@suncityhuntley.org

Duayne Manz                               847-515-7615
Desk Coordinator

Community Association                                                                  Arcadia Terrace Homes Condo Association
Governing Board Members & Terms                                                        Board of Directors
Jim Roberts (2009-2010) ..............................President, 847-659-1569          President........................................................Tony Troy, 847-669-1461
  Jim.Roberts@oursuncityhuntley.net                                                    Vice President/Secretary............................Mike Rich, 224-569-6374
Bill Berendt (2009-2010)......................Vice President, 847-669-8628             Treasurer....................................................Joe Gwozdz, 847-669-6032
Bill Ziletti (2010-2011)..................................Treasurer, 224-569-3692
Pat Oakley (2010-2011) ................................Secretary, 847-669-6090
                                                                                       THE AED UNITS ARE INSTALLED IN

  Pat.Oakley@oursuncityhuntley.net                                                     Prairie Lodge
                                                                                       THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

Jim Henley (2009-2010)..................................................847-961-5729   Sales Center, 1st Floor Restroom Corridor                                      1 Unit
  Jim.Henley@oursuncityhuntley.net                                                     Fitness Center, Cardio Strength Room                                           1 Unit
Jerry Kirschner (2010-2011) ..........................................847-669-6007     Member Service Desk, Mobil Units for Check Out                                3 Units
  Jerry.Kirschner@oursuncityhuntley.net                                                Resident Business Center, Inner Wall Mount                                     1 Unit
Harry Leopold (2009-2010) ..........................................847-669-7984       Whisper Creek Golf Gift Shop Desk/
  Harry.Leopold@oursuncityhuntley.net                                                    Hallway by restrooms                                                        2 Units

                                                                                       Non-Lodge Locations
Board Meetings                                                                         Arcadia, 2nd floor at the end of the elevator hallway 1 Unit
The Board of Directors Meetings are open to all residents and                          Woodshop, Restroom Corridor                           1 Unit
are held in the Prairie Lodge, Drendel Ballroom.                                       Meadow View, Aquatic Center Storage Room (CLOSED) 1 Unit

                                                                                       Meadow View Lodge
                                                                                       Main Level, Members Service desk                                               1 Unit

                                                                                       Lower Level, Fitness Desk Corridor                                             1 Unit
May 19-1pm, June 23-9am, July 28-6pm, August 18-1pm,
September 15-1pm, October 27-1pm, November 17-1pm, and
December 15-1pm.
                                                                                       The Community Home Page on the Portal has a link to an AED demo.

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                                                                   Power Outages/Service ComEd            1-800-334-7661
Waste/Recycling Removal                                            Gas Service           NICOR Gas        1-888-642-6748
Services                                                           GE Appliance Service  General Electric 1-800-GE-CARES
Day of Week Neighborhoods                                          Registration Information
Monday      25, 30, 31, 32A, 32B, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 41       New Activity Registration begins on Monday, May 3 at
Tuesday     11, 12, 15, 16, 19, 23, 27, 28 & 38                    6:30am at the Member Services and Fitness Member
Wednesday   1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6A, 7, 8, 9, 10,
                                                                   Services Desks at both Meadow View and Prairie Lodge.
            10A, 13A, 13B, 26
                                                                   produced on the first day of registration. Sun City Party
                                                                   New or replacement Activity Card photo I.D.(s) cannot be
Thursday    14, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24 & 29
                                                                   Planners Party registration opens one week later at 8am at the
Friday      No Service
                                                                   Prairie Lodge Member Services Desk. Due to program
Items may be placed outside for pick-up after 6pm the day          popularity, long lines may occur during the first hour of
before or by 7am on the day of pick-up. Please refer to the        registration. Activities registration closes each day one hour
Maintenance Department Section on the Web Portal for               prior to regular business hours as posted on page 4.
additional information on holiday schedules and recycling

                                                                   - Bringing your Activity I.D. card
or call Waste Management at 800-796-9696 with any                  PLEASE HELP US BY:

                                                                   - Having your registration form completed before arriving
questions or concerns.

                                                                   - Type of payments accepted are cash, check, Visa,
Memorial Day • Independence Day • Labor Day
                                                                     MasterCard, Discover and American Express
Thanksgiving Day • Christmas Day • New Year’s Day
These holidays may delay your pick-up by one day.
                                                                   Please complete an Activity Registration Form and submit
                                                                   HOW TO REGISTER FOR ACTIVITIES

Yard waste is picked up the first week of April through the        payment at any Member Services Desk at either lodge. You

last week of November on the same day as waste/recycling.          may register for your household and one other household
Yard waste stickers are available for $2.50 at the Meadow          each on a separate form. Your receipt is your entrance ticket to
View and Prairie Lodge Member Services Desks.                      events. Ticket Sales are now available to the surrounding
                                                                   communities. Resident registration is an exclusive privilege
Additional recycling bins are available for $8.50 at the Prairie   for the first 10 days for any newly published Drendel

Lodge Member Services Desk.                                        Ballroom event. Residents can sign up their guests for the
                                                                   next 7 days as space allows. Thereafter anyone can register
                                                                   for our theatre shows and non-residents would pay a $5 per
You may leave your waste and/or recycle bins at the top of         person ticket fee over and above any resident fee.

your driveway just outside your garage door. Waste
Management will empty your bins and bring them back.
                                                                   Please indicate special seating needs on the registration form.

                                                                   The Member Services Desk adheres to the “No Refund” policy
                                                                   REFUND PROCEDURES
 Customer Relations and
                                                                   established by the Board of Directors. If an event or activity is
                                                                   cancelled, all monies will be refunded. Refunds under $10pp
 Emergency Procedures (877) 850-2547
 All homeowners who have a warranty concern with their             will receive a credit coupon that can be used for a future event
 home will call one centralized number and utilize one             or activity.
 email address for assistance. This will allow us to handle
 your concern more quickly and accurately.
 The new Customer Service phone number is 877-850-2547.            For your convenience, once an activity is filled or final
                                                                   CANCELLATIONS & WAITING LISTS

 In the event of an emergency in your home you should use          reservations are given, a waiting list is started. If you need to
 the new number as well, day or night.                             cancel, please contact the Member Services Desk immediately.
 The new Customer Service email is                                 A copy of the waiting list will be shared. Let us know when
 ILDelWebbWarranty@Pulte.com                                       you have sold your ticket and the name of the resident to
 All calls for emergency service must be limited to those
                                                                   whom it was sold so we can add their names to the trip
 which are threatening, such as: total power failure (if
 storm related, please call your utility company); lack of
 heat (unless storm related); total plumbing blockage; leaks
 that might flood the home; or any problem that would
                                                                   Event Locations, Trip Departure & Return
 make your home dangerous or uninhabitable.                        Unless otherwise noted, all Activity and Fitness Department
                                                                   events take place at the Prairie Lodge. Please arrive a
 In the next column is a list of contractors’ phone numbers
 you may call directly, thereby saving time and possibly
                                                                   minimum of 15 minutes prior to any trip departure time.

 affording a quicker resolution of any problems within their
 areas of responsibility.

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                          Bill Pennock                                                      Deanna Loughran
                                      Executive Director                                          Governance & Standards Director

FITNESS FOR LIFE                                                      Getting Fit in May
The SCCAH is preparing for its Second Annual Fitness Expo on          Fitness and Fashion is the mantra for this month, so get outside for
May 26, 2010. The inaugural event held in 2009 was very               a long walk. Walking is one of the best exercises a person can
successful. Cynthia O’Connor and her dedicated Team are once          perform. According to Mayoclinic.com, walking can lower your
again planning on doing things bigger and better for the 2010         bad cholesterol and raise your good cholesterol, help you manage
show.                                                                 your weight, improve your mood and lower your blood pressure!
                                                                      There are some studies that indicate that walking can reduce your
The day will kick off with three levels of Fun Walks with all         risk of cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes. One may ask,
participants getting a free breakfast from a local restaurant after   “With all the benefits from walking what could ruin a walk in this
the walk. Exhibitors representing a wide variety of fitness           beautiful community?” You guessed it…dog waste!!!!
related products and services will be set up throughout the Lodge
for visitors to view at their leisure. There will be special          It is that time of year again, when the birds sing, flowers bloom
presentations throughout the Expo and Radio Disney will be on         and the Governance and Standards department receives
                                                                      complaints about dog owners not picking up after their dogs. I
hand to broadcast from the event. It should be a very interesting
                                                                      have provided the community facts regarding the danger of
and fun packed day.
                                                                      disease from dog waste
                                                                      and statistics regarding
                                                                      the volume of waste
                                                                      generated by one dog over
                                                                      the course of a year.
                                                                      Honestly, I have spent
                                                                      more of my time on this
                                                                      topic than I ever thought
                                                                      possible. It really gets
                                                                      down to this; we need the
                                                                      cooperation of each dog
                                                                      owner          in       this
                                                                      community to be a good
                                                                      neighbor.       A     good
                                                                      neighbor would not want
One of the things that I have noticed about our community is the      others to have to put up with the foul smell of their dog’s waste,
high level of physical activity that occurs on a daily basis.         the mess of their dog’s waste and/or repair damage from the
Driving in most mornings, weather permitting, the trails around       waste of a dog that they don’t own. PLEASE, let’s make this
Wildflower Lake and the sidewalks around the community are            community an enjoyable place to walk and pick up after our
filled with walkers and joggers. In inclement weather, members        animals.
are inside Prairie Lodge walking the halls. The fitness centers are
normally packed in the mornings as well as the indoor pool with       The Governance and Standards Department would like to
members doing their normal routines. Combine the normal               welcome our new Community Standards Advisor, Amy Essig.
workout type activities with the numerous Clubs that provide          Amy joined our team on March 29th and is settling into her
outlets for members to stay physically and mentally active and        position nicely. Amy will be providing assistance to the
you have the foundation for the Lifestyle our community was           community in the mornings from the business center on Monday
built on.                                                             thru Thursday between 9:00am and 11:30am without an
                                                                      appointment. Please feel free to stop by and say “hi”. To get to
One of the things that you notice about these active people is that   know Amy, please turn to Debby Seger’s column.
almost all of them are smiling. Numerous studies have been
done over the years that prove being physically fit and active has    The Modifications Committee has received several application
many, many health benefits. It also has a very strong social aspect   packets that do not contain all the require documentation. The
to it and bonds a community like ours. Whether you workout in         Committee can not approve projects that are submitted
the morning or later in the afternoon, whether you walk or go to      incomplete. As a reminder, almost all projects require a plat of
one of the fitness centers, you probably see the same people for      survey to accompany the Application for Change.
the most part. You have interaction with them, you talk with
                                                                      Additionally, please remember to retain a complete copy of your
them and you get to know them. It is a win/win situation.
                                                                      project for your own records because items submitted with the
                                                                      Application for Change are not returned. Thank you in advance
I am looking forward to seeing everyone out on one of the Fun
                                                                      for your cooperation.
Walks and later at the Prairie Lodge on May 26.

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                                                                          better movement. Plus, being that they are so compact and light,
                                                                          weight does not seem to be an inhibiting feature, allowing for
                  Kathleen Flannery                                       greater movement without interruption.
                               Information Technology/
                              Communications Director                     My favorite part about the MP3 player is programming it for my
                                                                          particular workout. Being that I do so dislike the idea of running,
                                                                          motivation is needed — I find it in music. As I follow the rule of
                                                                          keeping my heart rate up and constant for 45 minutes, I program
Bringing Technology into Your Workout
It doesn’t seem that long ago that I would start my weekend
                                                                          a corresponding sound routine to help me achieve it. I start my
workout along the local trail — clunky running shoes on, hair in
                                                                          warm up with music that relates most to a brisk walk, gradually
a ponytail and cool sports CD player clipped to the side of my
                                                                          moving to more upbeat songs that enhance the activity and sets a
pants. It was bad enough that running was my least favorite
                                                                          steady running pace, winding down the beat to correspond with
exercise, but add to that my pants being pulled down constantly
                                                                          a cool down and slow walk. Depending on my mood, I can skip
by the heavy device attached to my hip and my pace-swinging
                                                                          around the jukebox of songs and find something appealing to fit
arm getting tangled in the short-corded headset—all of which did
                                                                          the day. Once in the groove, I often find myself singing along or
very little for my form or the quality of my workout.
                                                                          hitting the replay button in order to maintain the pace, forgetting
                                                                          the idea of how agonizing the activity is, or all the things I have
Luckily, technology has learned to adapt to the lifestyles and
                                                                          to do that day, or the trials and tribulations that have been
crazes we partake in. And just like the album and the 8-track
                                                                          bothering me — I actually enjoy the moment.
evolved into a more portable size called the cassette, and the
cassette to an even smaller size with better audio quality called
                                                                          A healthy heart often starts with a healthy mind. If you too enjoy
the CD, music today has found an even smaller, more compact
                                                                          music and the mindset it puts you in, and are thinking about
format called a MP3 file. No longer will you find the disc
                                                                          starting an exercise activity, consider investing in a MP3 player.
jockey style headsets for playing the radio, nor will you easily
                                                                          You can program it with songs that relate to the activity or mood,
find the portable cassette and CD players that allowed you to
                                                                          whether it is to get your heart rate up or simply to relax. And
record and playback the music of your choice. Now, music is
                                                                          remember, these devices can do more than play music. Almost
played on a compact device that can be as small as your thumb,
                                                                          anything that can be recorded can be listened to as well, such as
and as flat as a Hershey bar, called a MP3 player. And size is only
                                                                          a foreign language or “how-to” lesson, a TV show, a book, or a
part of the great features it has to offer, as these devices can play
                                                                          Podcast (digital audio and video files from the internet). Find
recorded music and video, FM radio stations and take pictures.
                                                                          what it is that stimulates the mind to entice or compliment the
                                                                          activity, and enjoy the workout.
MP3 devices are generally tagged with product names such as
iPOD, Zune, Sansa, and the reinvented Walkman, to name a few.
They come in various sizes, with various features. When it comes
to exercising, most have arm and waste bands that allow for

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                                                                        In addition to the free programs, Fitness and Fashion Vendor &
                                                                        Club faire, Whisper Creek Golf Course and Walleye Grill are
                                                                        providing Expo program holders reduced- priced offerings! Valid
                   Cynthia O’Connor                                     on the May 26 Expo Day only, visit Whisper Creek Golf Course
                                        Lifestyles Director             Driving Range and present the Expo program and receive a $2
                                                                        bucket on the driving range! Present the May 26 Expo program
WELCOME JANE TENNANT, LIFESTYLES DEPARTMENT                             during your visit and receive a 25% discount on lunch or dinner!
Jane was first introduced at the "Piano Man" concert by former          SUN CITY “GALLERY OF STARS”
associate, Lesley Cowles. As Lesley turned to Jane and the              Visit one-on-one with your neighbors who were nominated to
audience she announced, "Jane doesn't know I am going to do             share their inspirational stories with you in the Gallery (across
this...," and passed the microphone! Jane demonstrated a calm,          from Drendel Ballroom)! Learn how they maintain their focus, or
enthusiastic demeanor as she took the microphone introduced             how they got to be where they are today! We thank all the “stars”
herself and went on to introduce the entertainment for the              for sharing of themselves to help inspire their Sun City neighbors
evening!                                                                and friends!

I am sure that all who has met Jane, will agree that she has            Mark your calendars! Bring your friends and family! Please car
glowing enthusiasm that is contagious and treats all with               pool, or use your golf cart on May 26—better yet, if it is not too far,
professionalism and sincerity. She comes to us from the Sears           walk and join us!
Corporation and has been involved with event planning,
corporate communication on all levels, and store visual                 FRIENDLY REMINDER: MIDLIFE CRISIS TRIP
merchandising and development. She is a resident of 2 years and         WILL DEPART FROM MEADOW VIEW LODGE!
resides in Neighborhood 37!                                             Trip goers received a letter in April explaining the new departure
                                                                        and returned due to the May 26 Expo. In general, we will not host
Jane is a great addition to our Sun City Community Association          one-day trips during an Expo event. However, contracts were
Huntley Wentworth Team!                                                 already in effect prior to determining the Expo date. Trips goers
                                                                        were requested to park in the secondary lots closer to the Meadow
                                                                        View Aquatic Center to allow regular patrons to still park and get
                                                                        to their classes. In advance, thank you for your understanding.
May 26: 9am to 10:30am—Sun City drivers, please
use caution driving down Del Webb Blvd from
Wildflower Lake to Prairie Lodge. Fun Walk to begin
at 9am. If possible use alternate routes. Thank you!                    SPRING CHARTER CLUB EXPO SAYS THANK YOU
                                                                        TO TOM HALL/ HUNTLEY REALTY, MARILYN
                                                                        CONTRIBUTING TO ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL EVENT!
                                                                        Our sincere gratitude and appreciation is extended to Tom Hall of

                                                                        Huntley Realty for his continued support of the Annual Charter
honor of National Senior Fitness Day on May 26, Sun City Huntley        Club Expo. Over 45 Charter Clubs and Groups participated in this
is filled with activities and programs for all! With the exception of   annual event. Also, sincere appreciation is extended to the Charter
the Fun Walk ($3pp) and the evening Elgin Youth Symphony                Club Expo Volunteer Committee Members: Linda Davis, June
Chamber Orchestra Performance ($3pp), the rest of the programs          Ann Cooney, and Bob Reuter. In addition, thank you to
are FREE!                                                               volunteers, Johna Brand, Nancy Riley, Jean Christie and Marilyn
                                                                        Hedlund, of Hedlund & Associates, for their sharing their support
                                                                        and technical expertise in producing the full color 2010 Charter
                                                                        Club Brochure! The brochure is available in the information bins

                                                                        at Prairie & Meadow View Lodges and also posted on the portal!
finally here and we have beautiful weather, register for the Fun        BY AN AARP REPRESENTATIVE: MAY 24: 2PM
Walk Co-sponsored by Centegra & Sweet Tomatoes Restaurant of            See the Morning/Afternoon Special Events section for full details!
Schaumburg with your neighbors and friends. You can choose
from a ½ mile to a 3-mile distance options! The $3 registration         FITNESS PAGES HAVE DETAILS ON SUMMER SEASON!
fee includes a T-shirt and a full breakfast after the conclusion of     See the Fitness pages for details on the Opening of the Outdoor
the walk (Fresh fruit, juice, assorted muffins, bagels with cream       Pools, the Pool Pak repairs and fitness programs and new classes
cheese & jelly, hot breakfast burrito with side trimmings)! Then        information!
after the walk, stroll through the Lodge and shop many jewelry,
clothing, accessories, fitness products, swimwear, aquatic &            CHECK LIFESTYLES FOR SECURITY GATE
athletic shoe vendors, and professional services that help you feel     CLOSING TIMES!
great! See our Expo pages and visit Drendel Ballroom throughout         To be certain when the security gates will be closing, check the
the day for many free programs, lectures, dance demos and more!         Prairie Lodge Member Services Desk Hours on the information

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                               Joe Bottalla
                    Landscape Services Supervisor and                                                         Debby Seger
                          Common Area Landscaping                                                                 Director, Administration

The beauty and layout of Sun City Huntley provides a number of         “GETTING TO KNOW THE TEAM”
opportunities for walkers and joggers. Residents might feel that       Our Wentworth Management Staff here at Sun City Huntley is
the community is an extension of their home and be as                  made up of many talented and interesting people. As a way of
comfortable walking around the community as they would be
                                                                       highlighting the team, we will feature one “team” member each
walking to their kitchen. However there are potential hazards
                                                                       month. We start this month with one of our newest members of
associated with the outdoors and residents should be mindful of
                                                                       the team, Amy Essig. She is our Community Standards Advisor
their surroundings regardless of where they are.
                                                                       working in the Governance & Standards Department.
Being mindful of your surroundings is particularly important for
anyone who chooses to walk or jog in the street. The streets are not
a recommended venue for such an activity but those brave
                                                                       AMY ESSIG
enough to do so should consider wearing a bright orange or
yellow safety vest to improve visibility to motorists. Styles and      Lake in the Hills.
                                                                       Where do you live?

prices for these vests can vary widely so it would pay off to do
some investigating before you purchase one. The walking trail or
public sidewalks are much safer than the street.
                                                                       Where did you go to

                                                                       North Central College with a

One of the Associations recent efforts to enhance the safety of the    BA in Psychology, Minor in
walking trail is to improve the Emergency Medical Services color       History.
coding system for the walking trail. The walking trail is now
broken into five sections, each having its own color. Colored
stakes along the five sections of trail correspond to the color
                                                                       From your past experience,

coding system on the trail map. Local Emergency Medical
                                                                       what was your most
Services have been provided a copy of the map and if contacted
                                                                       I helped to run a family-
                                                                       interesting job and why?
and provided the color of the section you are on, EMS will have
                                                                       owned furniture store –
the best opportunity to locate and assist you quickly. Copies of the
                                                                       it was great to work with
trail map are available on the portal under the map section on the
                                                                       family and they taught me a
community home page or at the Meadow View Lodge and Prairie
Lodge member services desk.

Another item residents need to be aware of is, beginning this year;
                                                                       Travel, gardening and reading.
                                                                       What are your favorite hobbies?
the Association will be upgrading the mailbox repair program. In
addition to repairs being done on an on-call basis, a renewal
program has been established. Using a cyclical model, mailboxes
                                                                       White Sox and Blackhawks.
                                                                       Favorite sports team?
will be reviewed and repairs /replacement will be performed to
keep boxes looking nice. The cycle will occur every 6 years with
the oldest neighborhoods being the general focus in 2010. During       What is the most unusual place you have visited or would like
the renewal process, if needed, straightening of post, painting of
                                                                       I would like to travel to Greece, Ireland and Italy.
                                                                       to visit?
post and support arms and replacement of boxes will occur. The
neighborhoods to be addressed in 2010 are: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 & 10. The
process is scheduled to begin this month and may take most of the      We welcome Amy to the Wentworth Team. Her skills and
summer to complete all scheduled neighborhoods.                        experience will be a great asset to the Governance & Standards
Finally, as you may recall our contract for waste removal and
recycling services with Waste Management was extended for four
years last fall. The new contract takes effect May 1, 2010. While
there were no service changes, the original waste removal
guidelines brochure needed some minor updating. As part of their
service offering, Waste Management has provided the Association
with new brochures. Included as an insert in the May Lifestyles
you will find a copy of this brochure. Please remove it and place         If you would like to comment on any of the articles in Lifestyles
in a handy location as a reference for the services provided under        please go to our Web site at www.OurSunCityHuntley.net and
our contract.                                                             print off a "Talk to Staff" form on the Community Home page, or
                                                                          pick one up at the Member Services Desk. Let us know what you
P.S. If you have an ash tree on your property please visit
www.illinoiseab.com for the latest information on Emerald Ash             think!

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                               CONSUMER SHOWCASE SPONSORS
                                  We regard our Sponsors as indispensable partners, helping us to take the message of
                                  living well and living wisely to the largest and broadest consumer audience possible.

                               Our sponsors’ support reflects their belief that consumer satisfaction is their top priority.

  Thank you to the following businesses who have given their support to bring you a wonderful day at the Spring 2010 Consumer Showcase!

#1 Tax and Accounting Service             one year ago and would love to have      Fancy Free Holidays                        KMJ Originals, Inc.
847-659-1989                              you tour our lovely branch.              630-778-7010                               847-275-7537
Finally, a street front CPA firm you                                               Offering a wide selection of deluxe        “You are the show and we tie the
can afford with an attorney, CPA and      C.T. Veach                               tours and cruises to many interesting      bow.”
former IRS agent on your side.            847-669-5890                             domestic and worldwide
                                          30 years in Huntley. Licensed            destinations.                              Leaf Guard Gutters
1st Choice Physical Therapy               Unilock installer. Landscape                                                        630-920-1651
847-515-3366                              services and additions.                  Fast-Teks                                  NEVER clean your gutters
Let us be your 1st Choice for                                                      847-658-6370                               again…get it and forget it.
physical therapy in Huntley,              Cary Travel Express                      On-site computer services for home
Algonquin and everything in               847-639-3300                             or business, repair and support,           LMR Healthcare Systems, Inc.
between! Stop in and ask us if you        “There has never been a better time      virus removal, affordable rates and        847-428-3156
are a candidate for physical              to travel.” Let Cary Travel Express      certified technicians. $25 off the first   Providing excellent home healthcare
therapy!                                  book your next vacation.                 visit.                                     experiences including
                                                                                                                              compassionate, high-quality home
A Silver Connection                       Chicago Rockford International           Filters U.S.A.                             healthcare services in the comfort of
847-462-8266                              Airport                                  847-669-3175                               your own home.
Free eldercare resource for seniors,      815-969-4416                             The leader in replacement filters for
families and professionals.               Fly RFD…it’s the way flying should       your home; top quality HVAC and            Luxury Bath Systems
Knowledgeable on all senior               be!                                      refrigerator filters at low prices.        630-920-1651
housing care and support services.                                                 Unmatched customer service and             Convenience, luxury and
                                          Citizens First National Bank             filters are always in stock.               affordability.
Absolutely Electrolysis Salon &           847-669-9292
Permanent Makeup                          Since 1865, it has been the mission of   Fix-It 99                                  Mack Foot & Ankle S.C.
847-308-9020                              Citizens First National Bank to          847-463-0000                               224-858-4664
Be beautiful all day with makeup          provide the best in banking by           Call, connect, fixed – remote PC           We provide quality foot care for the
that won’t wash away!                     offering superior customer service       support. Never leave your house or         whole family.
                                          and the highest quality banking          be without your computer.
Allstone Terrazzo Restoration             products.                                Computers fixed the same day.              Magnificent Gems
630-366-6300                                                                                                                  815-814-4779
                                          Colorvision Services, Inc.               Golden Seal Service Experts                “Look fabulous for less.” Beautiful
Al Piemonte Chevrolet                     847-844-4440                             630-377-1967                               jewelry at affordable prices. Host a
847-428-2000                              42 years in TV-video-satellite-audio     We offer NATE-certified heating            home party and receive free jewelry.
You are in the best hands at Al           sales and service in the area. Home      technicians to service ALL makes
Piemonte Chevrolet – home of the          entertainment with elegance! Sales,      and models of HVAC equipment,              New Balance Athletic Shoes of
lifetime repair guarantee – only          service and installation specialists.    such as Lennox, Rheem, Trane,              Crystal Lake
minutes away!                                                                      Carrier and York to name just a few.       815-444-7239
                                          Del Webb                                                                            Offering the very best selection of
Barrington Draperies &                    847-515-7237                             Green Lady Cleaning, LLD                   athletic and casual shoes, apparel
Shutters, Inc.                            No one understands the                   224-355-0526                               and accessories with exceptional
847-382-7111                              importance of community like Del         For all your cleaning needs, Green         product advice, fitting and services
We bring hundreds of products and         Webb. That’s why we can say we           Lady Cleaning uses only plant based        with widths from 2A thru 6E.
colors of national brands to you. We      offer much more than a beautiful         and sustainable solutions. After all,
measure and install and, are              home; we offer a place to belong.        should clean really have to smell?         Pebblestone Irrigation &
responsible for it all.                                                                                                       Landscapes
                                          D’Franco Decorative Finishes             Heritage Woods of Huntley                  815-733-0759
Benoy Motor Sales                         847-553-1726                             224-569-4503
815-338-5100                              A full service interior decorating       Assisted living for seniors 55 and         Uncle Ken's Handyman Service
Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep dealer              firm. We provide interior painting,      better.                                    847-310-8033
serving northern Illinois for 60 years,   faux finishes, custom murals,
Chrysler Five Star Award for              drywall repair, kitchen refinishing      Huntley Travel                             Well Done Cleaning Services
Excellence dealer, family owned and       and wallpaper removal.                   847-669-8900                               847-464-0115
operated, full service department                                                  Locally owned and operated, a full         Housekeeping services by
with Chrysler trained technicians,        Donahue Furniture                        service travel agency specializing in      professionals you can trust in your
over 200 pre-owned vehicles to suit       815-338-1086                             cruises, tours and group travel.           home. We come highly
any need and budget.                      Family owned and operated since                                                     recommended by your Sun City
                                          1950 celebrating our 60 year             JQ Designs                                 neighbors who hire us.
Bickford Assisted Living &                anniversary with the largest gallery     630-715-7494
Memory Care                               in McHenry County.                       We are your Embroidery and Imprint         Wuich Mechanical Services
815-409-9460                                                                       specialists. We offer a full               847-669-6905
“Created to care for our family,          Engel Electric                           compliment of Promotional and Ad           Comfort you can count on.
devoted to serving yours.” We             224-569-6213                             Specialty items, along with the
provide assisted living and               A family business since 1947. We do      Marketing and Brand recognition
memory care services. Offering 24         residential, commercial and farm         programs that put them to good use.
hour nursing…rental apartments as         jobs, large or small, from new houses
well…being a pet-friendly                 to just adding lights or outlets.
community. We opened just over

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                                                                         FREE VISION AND GLAUCOMA SCREENINGS
                                                                         Loss of sight is preventable with early detection and treatment.
                     Nancy Turngren                                      Don’t miss the early signs; a screening can be done in a matter of
                                                                         minutes. Join Simpson Eye Associates in the Wellness Center for
                          Wellness Center Program Manager                this important screening. Appointments are necessary. Registration
                          847-515-2078 • nturngren@centegra.com          begins now.

                                                                           Friday, May 14th, 1-4pm
MAY 2010                                                                   The Wellness Center

National Arthritis Month

Do you have pain from arthritis? Walking may be the best                 BYOM—BRING YOUR OWN MEDICINE
medicine. Walking strengthens muscles which helps shift pressure         Are you taking your medications safely? Bring your medication
from the joints and reduce pain. Walking can also lead to weight         vials and find out at our “Pharmacist Brown Bag” session. You will
loss. For each pound of weight lost, you reduce the pressure             have an opportunity for a private 30-minute consultation with a
exerted on each knee by 4 pounds! Of course you want to check            pharmacist from CVS/pharmacy to review all your medications.
with your physician before you start exercising. Once you are            Get answers to your questions including when the best time is to
cleared, here are some strategies from “Arthritis Today” to improve      take your medications, and what food or drug interactions you
your chances of success:                                                 should avoid. The consultation is free; however, appointments are
                                                                         necessary. Privilege Plus registration begins now. Open registration
•   Find a buddy                                                         begins May 3rd.
•   Vary your routes
•   Get good shoes                                                         Wednesday, May 19th, 9am-1pm
•   Track your progress                                                    The Wellness Center
•   Ditch the excuses                                                      Free

WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM!                                                     Is that ache in your hand arthritis? If so, what can you do about it?
Make lasting changes in your life! We have partnered with the            Hand Specialist Dr. Kelly Holtkamp of Crystal Lake Orthopedic
Fitness Center to offer this fabulous program to you. Our program        Surgery will discuss the symptoms and the latest treatments for
combines elements of behavior modification, nutrition education,         arthritis of the hand, particularly basal joint arthritis (arthritis of the
physical activity, and group support to create an environment for        thumb), which affects many women. Dr. Holtkamp will also explore
success! You will meet as a group with a registered dietician, a         the procedures and benefits for finger joint replacements. A
licensed clinical professional counselor, and a personal trainer from    graduate of Northwestern University Medical School, Dr.
the Fitness Center to accomplish your weight loss goal. This eight-      Holtkamp has worked with athletes from the Chicago Cubs,
week session meets three days a week: Mondays, Wednesdays and            Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks and the Joffrey Ballet. She has
Fridays at 9am. Registration begins now!                                 also completed a Hand Surgery fellowship at Mayo Clinic, and
                                                                         serves as the principle investigator for hand joint replacements at
                                                                         Centegra Health System. Privilege Plus Member registration begins
    Session Starts May 10th
                                                                         now. Open registration begins May 3rd.
    Privilege Plus Members: $100 / Non-Member: $120

The lipid screening will include total cholesterol, HDL & LDL
                                                                           Thursday, May 20th, 6:30-7:30pm
cholesterol, triglycerides and glucose levels. 12-Hour Fast and Pre-
                                                                           Prairie Lodge Multipurpose Room
Registration are required. We will also be offering PSA tests this
day as well. This blood test, routinely given to men over the age of
50, may indicate the presence of prostate cancer. The results of this
                                                                         NUTRITION SERIES:
test should be shared with your physician. This test alone is not
                                                                         EASING ARTHRITIS NATURALLY THROUGH FOOD
                                                                         Can the foods you eat cause or affect your arthritis? There is a body
                                                                         of research that suggests that excess body weight and the foods you
physical exam. Registration begins now.
conclusive and should be used in conjunction with a complete
                                                                         eat may influence symptoms of certain types of arthritis. Omega-3
                                                                         fatty acids in particular have been shown to reduce the inflamma-
                                                                         tion associated with this disease. Join our Registered Dietitian to
    May 11th, 7:30-10am

                                                                         learn about the many foods that may help to ease your arthritis the
    Privilege Plus Members: $26 / Non-members: $28

                                                                         natural way. Get an entry in the Grand Prize for the series just by
                                                                         attending. Privilege Plus Member registration begins now. Open

                                                                         registration begins May 3rd.
In this 6-week workshop based on the book, “Create The Body Your
Soul Desires”, you will learn a multidimensional, holistic approach
that explores all the areas of your life that are inter-connected with
                                                                           Thursday, May 27th, 6:30-7:30pm
your body and your body image. “Weight loss does not improve
                                                                           Prairie Lodge Multipurpose Room
body image – rather body acceptance leads to weight loss.” Class
                                                                           Privilege Plus Members: Free / Non-members: $4
fee includes featured book. Registration begins now.
                                                                         ON-SITE PHLEBOTOMY (BLOOD DRAW) HOURS
    Tuesday, May 11th-June 15th, 9:30-10:45am                             Mondays and Tuesdays 8-4pm
    Prairie Lodge Solarium                                                Wednesdays and Thursdays 8-12pm
    Privilege Plus Members: $75 / Non-Members: $95                        Thursday afternoons until 6pm by appointment
    (includes book)

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                                                  Brian Jason                                Kathryn Schultz
                                                  847-515-7776                               kat@twelfthnightcatering.com
                                                  General Manager of Foodservices            General Manager of Walleye Grill


Mondays in May:                                                        deliver them to your doorstep! Thank you for your constructive
All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Night in the Walleye                             comments and ongoing support.
All-you-can-eat pizza, salads and pasta buffet—cheese, sausage,
pepperoni, everything pizza, and two specialty gourmet pizzas.         Memorial Day, Monday, May 31
  $8.95 ($9.95 without Walleye Card)                                   In honor of the brave men and women who have served our
                                                                       country, all lunches for veterans are ½ price. Bring in proof that you
Tuesday is Burger Day                                                  have served in the military (photo, ID, or even wear your uniform!)
All day, certified Angus burgers and french fries are $4.00.           and receive a ½ price lunch as our way of showing our gratitude
                                                                       and appreciation. If you have a family member currently serving,
Wednesdays Changes in Pasta Night                                      bring in a photo and one person in the party will receive their
Pasta Night is a little over two years old – so we figured we need     lunch for ½ price. Memorial Day – Pub will be open starting at 11 a.m.
to change it up a little. Look for new salads, different ingredients   The Dining Room will be closed.
and more food. And also Music by Mario.
  Wednesday, May 19th , 4:30-8pm                                       Sunday Brunch Buffet
  The Now World Famous (ok, not “world”, but pretty darn               Sure that other restaurant in town has a breakfast buffet for $9.95
  close) All-YOU-CARE-TO-EAT PASTA                                     and Coffee is not included and only about 25% of the items on your
  75 ingredients, Soup or Salad and Dessert                            Walleye Grill Buffet. Omelet’s Made to Order, Waffles Made to
  $14.35 ($15.95 without Walleye Card)                                 Order with blueberries, strawberry and whip cream, Chef Carved
                                                                       Virginia Ham, Eggs Benedict, Potato of the Day, Roasted Turkey,
Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch                                          Bacon & Sausage, Vegetables, French toast, Apple stuffed
Reservations                                                           pancakes, Smoked Salmon display, Fresh Made Salads, Fresh fruit,
There’s only one day in the calendar year that it is truly a crime     Cold cereals, Yogurt, 50 foot dessert display with Cascading
to forget. This day, of course, is Mother’s Day. Believe it or not     Chocolate fountain, Assorted sweets, cakes, cookies, pastries,
Mother’s Day is coming up in a hurry. Make your reservations           Coffee, Orange juice, and Milk.
today for Sunday, May 9th. Our brunch will feature an egg-cep-           Adults: $15.25 ($16.95 w/o card)
tional omelet station, carving station, seafood display and much,        Children (age 4-10): $6.69 ($6.95 w/o card)
much more. So be sure to take Mom out and let the Walleye Grill          Unlimited Champagne for $3.00
make it special for you and her.

  Mother’s Day Brunch Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.                         EVERYDAY IS A SPECIAL DAY
  $25.95 for Adults                                                      AT THE WALLEYE GRILL!!
  $13.95 for Children 4-10
  Children under 4 are complimentary                                     MONDAYS: All-You-Care-To-Eat Pizza Buffet
                                                                         Over 50 different ingredients; Soup or Salad; Dessert
Cinco de Mayo, Wednesday, May 5                                          $8.95 ($9.95 without Walleye Card)
Join us for a Mexican Fiesta like no other! All day long we will be
featuring ½ price Margaritas and buckets of Corona for only
                                                                         TUESDAYS: Certified Angus Burgers & Fries
$11.00! We will also make sure that your taste buds aren’t left out
of this party. We will also have traditional Mexican dishes all day      WEDNESDAYS: Pasta Specials & Pasta Night on
long. So put on your sombrero and shake your maracas and join            May 19
us for a Cinco De Mayo celebration not to be forgotten!                  THURSDAYS: All-You-Care-To-Eat Broasted Chicken
                                                                         Choice of Soup or Salad. $9.95 ($11.05 without Walleye card)
Important Information
We’ve been very busy and want to continue to provide you with            FRIDAYS: “Oh My Cod” All-You-Care-To-Eat Fish Fry
                                                                         Includes Soup or Salad. $12.55 ($13.95 without Walleye card)
high quality cuisine and superb service. If you are planning a
special occasion, banquet, or event of any type, please contact us       SATURDAY DINNER SPECIAL: Prime Rib with
at your earliest convenience so that we may give you the                 Mashed/Baked Potato Bar
attention you deserve. Calling ahead and scheduling an
appointment, rather than dropping by, will assure you of the time
                                                                         SUNDAYS: Brunch Buffet, 9:30am-1:30pm
                                                                         Adults: $14.35 ($15.95 without Walleye card)
you need to discuss your event.                                          Children (age 4-10): $6.69 ($6.95 without Walleye card)

Planning a block party or a get together at your home?
                                                                             All of our menus are on our website

Remember, we can provide all of your catering needs and

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Community                                                                  B u l l e t i n                    B o a r d

GARDEN CLUB                 Home Garden                           The Latest from N.38
                                                                  Pat Lull has a supply of red flags, which are used to signal our
Plant Sale                  Questions
                                                                  landscapers not to disturb our personally tended plants and
The Garden Club will        Starting April 27 through August
hold the annual Plant                                             shrubs. If you need red flags, call Pat at 847-669-5614. Remember,
                            31, the U of I McHenry County
Sale on Thursday, May 6                                           our next neighborhood meeting will be held the evening of
                            Master Gardener will answer
from 9am to 2pm at the                                            June 15 at Meadow View Lodge. Details of the meeting will be
                            questions every Tuesday from
Pavilion. Roses,                                                  provided about a month prior to that date.
                            10am to noon at the Prairie
hanging plants, annuals     Lodge out side the card room.
and perennials will be      We will cover lawn, trees,
for sale. This sale is
                            shrubs, annuals, perennials,                            Flags Being Collected by the
open to everyone.
                            pests and diseases problems. We                          Boy Scouts at Prairie
Master Gardeners will       encourage bringing in samples.
be there to answer
questions. The proceeds                                                                 The local Boy Scouts Council will be placing a
go to the Scholarship/
                             Maine Township                         flag receptacle at Prairie Lodge through the end of the month of
Endowment Fund to be         High School Class                     May. All Sun City Huntley residents who have an older American
distributed to various       of 1960 Reunion                       Flag that you would like to retire properly are encouraged to bring
beneficiaries.                                                    that flag in and place it in the receptacle.
                             Dates are May 21, 22 and 23,
                             at Marriott's Lincolnshire           The Boy Scouts will collect the Flags and dispose of them properly
N.28                         Resort. Contact Pete Benda           at a ceremony along the Rock River in Rockford on Memorial Day.
Our last breakfast, until    at 919-622-9134 or Email             Thank you.
next fall, will be at        petebenda@nc.rr.com.
Mimi's located in
Algonquin Mall on May                                             Special Needs Grandchild Award
27th at 9:30 a.m.           bridgetalk                            to be Held in June 2010
Separate checks will be     On May 7, Dave Germaine will          This monetary award is for any special needs grandchild or
provided. Reservations      discuss "Filling out the              great-grandchild that incurs ongoing financial expenses, and could
are required. If            Convention Card" at 11:30am in        use financial assistance to help combat their affliction!
interested call Barb        the Multipurpose Room.
Laufenberg                                                        The sponsor of this award is Foster Premier Management
847-669-8856 or Judy                                              Company, and the participants in the annual Del Webb Senior Golf
Klein 847-659-1202 by       The Sun City                          Classic Tournament to be held in July, 2010!
May 21st.                   Strutters Annual
                            June Performances                     Nominations for the award are being accepted now only from
Ticket Sales for            Ticket Sales begin at 10am on         residents in the following active adult communities:
                            May 17 at Prairie Lodge!              Del Webb’s Sun City-Huntley, Grand Dominion-Mundelein,
                            $2 each (Please cash only)            Edgewater-Elgin, Shorewood Glen-Shorewood, and Carillon Lakes-
New Programs
To encourage ticket
                                                                  Crest Hill, Carillon-Plainfield, and Grand Haven-Romeoville.
sales, any new
program will be
                            June 24th: 2:30pm & 7pm in            An entry form (available at the Member Services desks) must be
offered when Lifestyles     Drendel Ballroom and Sunday,
“hit the streets.”                                                completed and returned by June 1st to:
                            June 27th: 2:30pm at Huntley          Lyn Haars
                            High School. Contact Kathie           Edgewater by Del Webb / Creekside Lodge
The Lifestyle               Bojens, 224-569-2698 or
Department will                                                   2554 Edgewater Drive
                            dbojens@comcast.net.                  Elgin, IL 60124
monitor this new
offering for a three-       See our flyer in the May Lifestyles
month trial basis.                                                Questions? Contact Rod Lear 847-515-3012.
                            for specific dates and times.

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Neighborhood Advisory Council                                                   Neighborhood Advisory Council Executive Committee: Myron Shellist, Chair;
                                                                                Jim Van Fleet, V. Chair; Bonnie Bayser, Recorder; Ed Kukulski; and John Pleban
                                                                          See your Neighborhood Council member for the date and time of your Neighborhood Election.

    Pat Haglund                Dave Haraburda*                   John Sala                Joe McCutcheon                Kathy Beadle              Dottie Bobzin*
   Neighborhood 1              Neighborhood 8                Neighborhood 14              Neighborhood 21             Neighborhood 28            Neighborhood 34

    847-669-2233                 847-515-1954                  847-961-6715                 847-659-1022                224-569-2888               847-515-8671
    Jean Frame*                 Karen Mulcay                  Glenn Groebli*              Dick Rasmussen*              Ralph Wehnes*              Frank Geister
    847-669-8813                 847-669-7547                  847-515-8336                 847-669-9655                224-569-2808               847-515-4736
   Margie Swanson               Alice Murphy                    Bob Keno                   Karen Kennedy                  Ron Hull                 Bob Peterson
    847-515-7511                 847-515-1991                  847-669-1900                 847-669-9366                847-659-1326               847-515-3118

    Charleen Kelly              Nick Damalas                     Ed Frazier                  Ellen Butler               Fred Miller*             Dolores Fischer*
   Neighborhood 2              Neighborhood 9                Neighborhood 15              Neighborhood 22             Neighborhood 29            Neighborhood 35

     847-669-7024               847-515-8225                   847-515-3222                 224-654-2080                224-569-3970               847-659-9891
  Elizabeth Legenza              Bill Clanton                   Jack Stone*                 Jim Belmont*                Carol Hieber              Diane Novak
     847-372-5205               847-961-6679                   847-669-2767                 847-669-9556                847-961-5092               847-659-9866
     John Panella*               Jay Daniels*                                                Anita Karm                Warren Brody                John Harms
     847-669-6215               847-669-2445                                                224-569-6859                847-669-1610               847-659-9596
                                                                Terry Hora
                                                             Neighborhood 16

                                Pete Walton*                                                                           Larry Liddle*
                              Neighborhood 10                                                                         Neighborhood 30
     Betty Frank                                               John Pleban                 Judy Spencer*                                          Chris Hubbard
  Neighborhood 3                                                                          Neighborhood 23                                        Neighborhood 36

    847-515-1007                847-659-1185                   847-669-1829                 847-961-6943                224-858-4395               847-515-1398
 Carolyn Bergstrom*            Dick Schmidt                   Donna Roloff*                  Jean Spears              Claudia Morgan               Ken Leverenz
    847-669-3357                847-669-2431                   847-669-2811                 847-515-3868                847-669-3575               847-669-7475
    Joyce Zemba                David Novosel                                               Pat Wallenberg               Fran Ferraro              Judi Fellmann*
    847-515-8465                847-669-5484                                                847-669-8386                847-515-7095               847-659-9174
                                                              Pat Kirschner*
                                                             Neighborhood 17

                             Bonnie Fiala Bayser*                                                                       Patti Ciesla*
                              Neighborhood 11                                                                         Neighborhood 31
    Kim Fischer*                                              Jim Van Fleet                  Betty Clark                                         Marie Hasanov*
   Neighborhood 4                                                                         Neighborhood 24                                        Neighborhood 37

    224-402-0508                847-515-1602                   224-569-2726                 224-569-4000                847-845-5090               224-858-4416
    Vern Bremer                 Diane Vavra                   Myron Shellist               Janet Massett               Mary Crorkin                Jane Tennant
    847-515-1275                847-515-3053                   847-515-8545                 847-669-5571                224-858-4104               847-669-8806
     Jim Barron                                                                            Walt Sterrett*              Pamela Busch               Sandra Fleming
    847-669-9930                                                                            847-961-5295                847-659-9469               847-515-2061
                                Bob Rueter*                     Jack Barrett
                              Neighborhood 12                Neighborhood 18

                                847-515-8782                   847-515-1484
                               Grace Phelps                    Julia Schalk                                            Joseph Quinn*
                                                                                                                     Neighborhood 32A
    Ray Zielinski                                                                             Jean Haak                                            Marilyn Gillis
  Neighborhood 5                                                                           Neighborhood 25                                       Neighborhood 38

    847-515-1379                847-515-2479                   847-669-5523                  847-669-3556               630-642-0216               847-659-8691
  Richard Buchman                                             Carl Pfalzgraf*               Rennie Higgins           Margaret McMahon            Edward Kukulski*
    847-515-8312                                               224-858-4101                  847-961-6677               847-659-9180               847-961-5718
                                Single Family
                              Neighborhood 13A
  Lachlan Stewart*                                                                        Richard Lockwood*           Janice Simmons             Sandra Fernstrom
                                  Doris Yale
    847-515-1911                                                                             847-659-9620               847-669-2341               224-858-4141
                                 224-569-6456                  Phyllis James
                                                             Neighborhood 19
                                                                                                                      Diane Merchut
                                 708-533-5764                  847-669-1323
 Katherine Postemski           Marilee Payne*                Connie Shephard*              Kathy Martelli                                        Kraig Klopfenstein*
   Neighborhood 6                                                                         Neighborhood 26                                         Neighborhood 40

    847-515-8034                 847-659-9086                  847-515-3414                 847-659-9543                                            847-772-7557
                                Joel Forpanek                   Alice Molo                                            Richard Tabatt*
                                                                                                                     Neighborhood 32B
    Sharon Little                                                                          Diane Pawelek                                            Judi Llapitan
    847-961-6172                 708-533-5764                  847-515-1497                 224-569-4142               847-515-1579                 847-659-9833
 Luanne Lukazewski*                                                                         Larry Wojtas*              Nancy Cihlar                Linda Murphy
    847-659-1728                                                                            224-654-2111               847-515-3903                 847-659-1504
                                   Attached                   Dennis Bober
                              Neighborhood 13B               Neighborhood 20
                                                                                                                      Carole Coltman
                                 Jerry Young                   847-961-6169                                            224-569-6410
    Denney Roper                847-340-0620                    Carol Love                   Alan Scott                                              Dana Rich*
   Neighborhood 7                                                                         Neighborhood 27                                            ARCADIA

    847-515-3320                Mittie Pickens                 847-515-1389                 847-669-9902                                            224-569-6374
                                847-669-1301                 Mary Victorson*                                             Dave Nash
                                                                                                                      Neighborhood 33
     Fred Olson*                                                                          Gary Rohrbaugh                                            Bonnie Kuhrt
                                   Art Lott*                   847-669-6970                 847-669-8980                847-669-9311
    847-669-5356                                                                                                                                    847-961-5082
    Yvonne Bartz                847-961-6541                                               Dave Dibblee*               Diane Ghilardi              Joseph Gwordz
    847-515-3526                                                                            224-569-3499                847-659-1736                847-669-6032
                                                                                                                      Sharon Mizialko*

                                                              Free Business Seminars
Business seminars are presented as a special opportunity
to the Sun City residents and a chance for our advertisers
to meet and explain their products and services to you on
a more personal basis.

■ PORCELLO ESTATE BUYERS                                                               ■ MORGAN STANLEY/SMITH BARNEY
Sunday, May 2, 10am-6pm | Prairie Lodge Multipurpose Room                              Wednesday, May 12, 6:30-8:30pm | Prairie Lodge Solarium
Turn your jewelry, coins and precious stones into cash. 800-317-5510                   Financial planning seminar. 630-262-2032

■ CRUISES INTERNATIONAL                                                                ■ PGS GOLD BUYERS
Thursdays, May 6, 13, 20 & 27, 10am | Prairie Lodge Game Room                          Saturday, May 15, 1-5pm | Prairie Lodge Game Room
Here is an opportunity to meet with professionals to find out about a                  Come to this gold buying event where you can turn your gold into cash!
variety of options for your travel plans.                                              847-348-6447
                                                                                       ■ WUICH MECHANICAL/APRILAIRE
■ CLS PLANNING                                                                         Tuesday, May 18, 1pm & 3pm | Prairie Lodge Drendel Ballroom
Monday, May 10, 2pm | Prairie Lodge Drendel Breakout Room                              Learn about indoor air quality and how it improves comfort, health and
A long-term care insurance workshop by CLS Planning, Inc. will include:                energy savings. 847-669-6905 or 608-310-6148
How proactive planning can help protect your assets, affording long term
care, and the benefits of LTC planning for your and your family. Call and              ■ WADDELL & REED
reserve your place today 847-695-1438!                                                 Saturday, May 22, 9 – 10am | Prairie Lodge Game Room
                                                                                       Learn more about converting your traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in 2010.
                                                                                       Let's discuss your ideas, questions & concerns. 847-836-0435

16       MAY | 2010                        A Monthly Publication For The Residents of Sun City Huntley
                                                         Bernadette Fortnum                                                             Rosemary Fermo
                                                                           Aquatics/Fitness Coordinator                                Land Classes/Fitness Coordinator

                                                                                                          *During busy family swim times (generally on the weekends) guests
May Fit News                                                                                              will be required to wear wristbands. Please understand that
                                                                                                          wristbands easily identity guests who have already checked-in as
Become a Weight Loss Buddy!                                                                               they enter in and out of the building. Thank you in advance
Deciding to be or finding a weight loss buddy is monumental. More
than a friend a WLB is a motivator, advisor and incentive builder. You
are a lifeline, a rock an essential part of another persons weight-loss
                                                                                                          THE GRILLMASTER

                                                                                                          Sit back and relax while Ralph does the cooking!
                                                                                                          Opening Memorial Day Weekend

Indeed research from the University or Pittsburgh School of Medicine
                                                                                                          Fri., Sat., Sun., and Mon. May 28 – 31

shows the power of emotional support in helping people shed pounds
                                                                                                          Time: 11:30am – 4:30pm

even if you need to lose weight. In the study friends who followed a                                      Great food at great prices! Bring the family for a real outdoor
weight-loss program together lost more weight and were more likely                                        picnic right here in your own backyard pool! Fantastic $5 meal
to complete their diet program and maintain their weight loss                                             deals include pop, chips and hamburger or hot dog. Please enjoy in
over time.                                                                                                our beautiful designated eating area along side the pool.

If you’re looking for a Weight Loss Buddy please fill out the interest
sheet at either of our lodges. We can help you find a good fit for both
                                                                                                          MEADOW VIEW AQUATIC CENTER WILL BE SELLING

of you!
                                                                                                          COOL DRINKS!
                                                                                                          MVL will have water, assorted pop and sports drinks available at
                                                                                                          the pool for your refreshment. Please ask the Pool Monitor for a list
In Observance of Memorial Day, May 31                                                                     of assortment with pricing.
All administrative offices and Meadow View Lodge will be closed.
Prairie Lodge and all the Outdoor Pools will be open are usual                                            AIR CONDITIONING UNIT TO BE REPLACED AT
operational hours.                                                                                        PRAIRIE LODGE
                                                                                                          The pool pak, a roof top unit that conditions the indoor pool air,
                                                                                                          will be replaced this year. At this point in time, a definite date has
                                                                                                          not been determined. Future updates will be posted throughout
                                                                                                          the lodge, channel 96 and the web portal.
Outdoor Pools Open Friday, May 28:
It is time to announce the opening of your outdoor pools and Prairie                                      During the proposed closing, the Meadow View Aquatic Center
Lodge and at the Meadow View Aquatic Center on Friday, May 28.                                            will be opening at 8:00am to help off set the loss of the Prairie
Please remember the Meadow View Aquatic Center is reserved for                                            Lodge swimming pool lanes. The Wellness Center has details on a
Residents Only. We will have pool staff full time at Meadow View and                                      temporary membership to Health Bridge Fitness in Huntley for the
at Prairie Lodge during family swim time. The pool staff is to ensure                                     length of time the pool will be closed, approximately one month.
your visits are as pleasant as possible. Our pools are and continue to
be unguarded and swimming is at your own risk, remember never
swim alone.
                                                                                                          CARDIO CORNER
                                                                                                          FREE CPR/AED CLASSES
                                                                                                          Classes are May 10 and June 14th at 6pm offered through the Huntley

                                                                                                          Fire Protection District. Call 847-669-3273 to register classes will be
If you still are working full time or even part time please come and try
this later evening water class. Hydrodynamics will now be offered on                                      held at the Huntley FPD Annex Building 11480 Kreutzer Road.
Wednesdays at 6:30pm staring on May 5, 2010.
                                                                                                          A NEW YOU IN THE NEW YEAR PROGRAM PRIZE
                                                                                                          Top 5 fat loss winners are:
Hours for Meadow View Aquatic Center
June-September (weather permitting)
                                                                                                               Man                      Woman
                                                                                                               1. David Frooman         1. Sue Reid
Lap Swimming and Classes ..........................Monday – Sunday 9-11am
Open to all Residents                                                                                          2. Rich Wagner           2. Anna Benker
Monday – Friday ....................................................9am - Dusk or 8:45pm                       3. Lou Farinella         3. Helen Anderson
Saturday ..................................................................9am - Dusk or 7:45pm                4. Ted Stockwell         4. Jeannie McCloskey
Sunday ....................................................................................9am - 6:45pm        5. Art Benker            5. Jackie Woods

                                                                                                          Congratulations to all who participated and benefited from the
                                                                                                          program. You all did some terrific work.
Hours for Prairie Lodge Outdoor Pool
June-September (weather permitting)
Monday – Friday....................................................9am – Dusk or 8:45pm
Saturday ..................................................................9am – Dusk or 7:45pm           INTERESTED IN CUED DANCING EXERCISE CLASS?
Sunday....................................................................................9am – 6:45pm    Cued dancing is dancing to cues. The instructor, Sid Sampson, has
Guest Hours and Fee’s: Adults-$5 / Children 4 years and up-$2                                             danced to cues and taught cued dancing for years and has taken
For Adult guest 16 years and older                                                                        advantage of that experience to create an opportunity for you to
Monday – Sunday..............................Anytime from opening until close                             exercise while dancing in a unique format. If you can walk then you
Family Swim Hours: Prairie Lodge only..........Monday-Friday, 1-3pm                                       will have fun in this class. The exercise comprises dancing to cues
                                                                Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm                 drawn from various types of dances such as two step, waltz, cha-cha,

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May Fit News continued...
                                                                                 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
etc., and even square dancing. The tempo will be a slow, or as fast, as
the class desires so everyone will be able to participate. Both singles      30,000 FITLINXX POINT CHAMPIONS!
and couples are welcome. Everyone will do the cues together so you
will be learning how to dance better as well as exercising in an
                                                                             The following residents were congratulated during the month of March

enjoyable manner. Call or email Rosemary Fermo at 847-515-7621,
                                                                             2010 on reaching the 30,000 FitLinxx Point Level. The residents were

rosemary.fermo@suncityhuntley.org if you are interested.
                                                                             told to watch for their names to be listed in the May edition of

895205-FITNESS FOCUS / $5 PER CLASS                                             Chuck Abbott                      Bernadette Kruse
May’s Fitness Focus class will focus on aerobic activity exercises. You         Janet Bellis                      George Lipkie
will learn how to change up your current aerobic program and obtain             Robert Fitzsimons                 Barbara Rowe
a better workout in the same time frame. They are scheduled for                 David Frooman                     Delbert Smith
Monday, May 3 at 10:00am, Saturday, May 15, at 9:30am, Thursday,                Barbara Hankin.                   Irene Vinz
May 20 at 4:30pm and Wednesday, May 26 at 1:00pm. All classes are               Ken Kretz                         Roger Vinz
30 minutes long and the same instruction is repeated. Come to more
than one and it will be reinforced. Class meets in Meadow View
Lodge Fitness Center. Personal Trainers are the instructors.                       FITLINXX USERS: Did you know that there is a
                                                                                    direct link on our community home page in the
NEW FALL PROOF CLASS COMING IN MAY                                                  upper right hand corner to check your FitLinxx
Instruction will be provided on Tuesday’s at 9am at Meadow View                                  points online? TRY IT!
Lodge in Studio B on how to make your lifestyle fall proof. Balance is
the process by which we control the body's center of mass with
respect to the base of support, whether stationary or moving. The
successful control of balance depends on a series of complex
processes triggered by conscious or unconscious decisions to act.
Multiple body systems contribute to our ability to maintain balance in
standing or moving environments. This 50 minute class will work
with you to enhance posture and the sensory systems of the body that
                                                                                                    Spa Corner
are used to anticipate changes that affect balance and initiate
appropriate responses to those changes. All levels. Jackie Shireman,
PT Instructor                                                                MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL TILL MAY 9
                                                                             In honor of all or our mothers on Mother’s Day, Sunday,
                                                                             May 9, we will be offering a $5 savings on a one hour
                                                                             massage or facial from May 1 to May 9. Regular price is
JOIN HIM ON MAY 26 IN                                                        $70. Purchase a gift certificate for someone who needs to
DRENDEL BALLROOM FOR HIS 2PM                                                 take a break from their day-to-day activities to feel
PRESENTATION DURING THE                                                      rejuvenated. They will appreciate it.
Bill has over 35 years experience in strength and conditioning with
                         seniors, women, youth, athletes, and special
                         populations (diabetic, osteoarthritis, orthope-          Sun City Community Association
                         dic concerns and cardiovascular disease). He             Donates Workout Equipment to
                         has taught exercise science classes for person-
                         al trainers at McHenry County College for
                                                                                    Huntley Police Department
                         over 10 years and is a "trainer" to the trainers.    The SCCAH recently replaced the 10 year old cable cross-over
                         His writing has included over 35 articles, book     machine in the Prairie Lodge Fitness Center. The new machine
                         chapters and training videos. Bill has exten-       is much more compact and user friendly. The old machine was
                         sive involvement with the National Strength         still in good condition, so it was donated to the Huntley Police
& Conditioning Association as a founding member of: the NSCA,                  Department for use in their gym area at their headquarters.
NSCA Certification Commission and NSCA Fellow program, the only
person to hold such distinction. Service to the NSCA includes two
terms as an At-Large Board member, President of the NSCA and two
terms on the NSCA Certification Commission Executive Council.
Work experience includes assistant strength & conditioning coach at
Nebraska and head strength & conditioning coach at Kansas State,
Notre Dame, Houston Oilers, Wyoming and a trainer to four former
world champion boxers. Bill’s specialties include reconditioning after
injury/surgery, sports performance, osteoporosis, weight loss and
general fitness. To help combat low bone density he has developed an
online personal training site that features the best weight bearing
exercise programs! Bill lives in Harvard with this wife Robbin.

                                                                                 Left to right: Bernadette Fortnum, John Perkins(Huntley
                                                                              Police Chief), Duane Manz, Bill Pennock and Rosemary Fermo.

18         MAY | 2010                    A Monthly Publication For The Residents of Sun City Huntley
                                                                                            Drop-in Class/Punch Passes: $3 single class
                                                                                         Passes available: 20 for $60, 10 for $30 and 5 for $15

Aerobics & Aquatic                                                                           Drop-in punch passes work for both Land
                                                                                                        and Aquatic classes.
                            MVL (MEADOW VIEW LODGE) 847-515-7692 • PL (PRAIRIE LODGE) 847-515-7635
CARDIO JAM                                                 CARDIO SCULPT                                            TOTAL BODY CIRCUIT
This high energy class with a low-impact approach is       This low impact class focuses on boosting your           A challenging workout with lots of variety.
designed for persons with specific limitations who         cardiovascular endurance. This class is 35 minutes of    Alternate intervals of walking the inside
may need focus on boosting your cardiovascular             cardio and 10 minutes of sculpting.                      track and strength training.
endurance.                                                    Level              All Levels Welcome                    Level               All Levels Welcome
  Level              Intermediate/Advanced                    Day(s)/Time        W, 9am                                Day(s)/Time         W/Sat., 7:45am
  Day(s)/Time        M/T/F, 8am                               Location           MVL                                   Location            PL, GR
  Location           MVL
                                                           FOREVER FIT
CARDIO STEP AND TONE                                       This class consists of an easy-to-follow, low-impact
Spin-off from Cardio Jam with toning/strength moves        weight bearing aerobics routine followed by strength
for the second half.                                       training and stretching.
   Level             All Levels Welcome                       Level                Beginner
   Day(s)/Time       T/Th, 6pm; Sat., 9am                     Day(s)/Time          M/W/F, 10am
   Location          MVL                                      Location             MVL

Class minimums overall average 10 people per class.

Class averages that consistently fall below that number
will be monitored then evaluated. Drop-In Classes may
become Session Classes.

CROSS CURRENTS                                             AQUA FIT
This class focuses on strength training with a splash of   This class offers intervals of strength training and
aerobics! Cross training combined with sustained           aerobic conditioning using noodles, aqua bells,
periods of aerobic activity will keep you coming back      paddles, balls or kickboards.                               DROP-IN IN              ors are
                                                                                                                                    e instruct
for more.                                                     Level          Intermediate                              Each of thes                  d bring
                                                                                                                                    ly certified an
   Level         Intermediate/Advanced                        Day(s)         M/W                                       professional         style to the cl
   Day(s)        F                                            Time           8am                                       their own un              rk, Karen Car
                                                                                                                                     , Dawn Bu
   Time          8am                                                                                                    Nancy Buhr                    Ed wards,
                                                                                                                                       per, Colleen
                                                           AQUA BURNER                                                  Lee Ann Coo           Lemke, Gini
HYDRO POWER                                                This is a high intensity workout with sustained cardio       Chris Hinde, June             , Bernadette
                                                                                                                                        ie Shireman
This water class uses high power moves for a great         activity with intervals of strength training using           Leopold, Jack                   d Lisa
                                                                                                                                       rb Schuler, an
cardiovascular workout. The instructor will vary the       aquatic exercise equipment.                                   Fortnum, Ba
intensity of the exercises to keep you challenged. This       Level          Intermediate/Advanced                       Becker.
is a great class to increase your endurance.                  Day(s)         T/Th
    Level          Intermediate/Advanced                      Time           9am
    Day(s)         M/W/F
    Time           10:30am (M/W/F)                         AQUA STRENGTH & STRIDE
                                                           Give yourself a good workout by lengthening your
HYDRODYNAMICS                                              walking stride in the pool and challenge yourself to
This fun filled class utilizes a variety of pool           the distance you walk. Combined with toning and
equipment and a program to stimulate both the cardio       stretching.                                                801003 SWIM LESSONS
and respiratory system. This class emphasizes                 Level        Beginner/Intermediate                      Joanne Mayer and Joan Souchek will gently
definition and toning. Come join the Hydronauts for           Day(s)       M/W/F                                      instruct residents who want to conquer their
fun and better health!                                        Time         9am                                        fear of the water and learn how to swim.
   Level          Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced                                                                         Level         Beginner
   Day(s)         T/W/Th/S                                 AQUA FORM & FLEX                                              Day(s)        Sa
   Time           6pm (T & Th); 6:30pm (W); 8am (S)        This class focuses on progressive improvement of              Time          11:30am
                                                           strength, endurance, and flexibility. Instructor will
AQUA INTERVALS                                             show options for lower intensity.                          Prior to payment, please sign the interest list
For those who want more, try this truly amazing total         Level         Beginner/Intermediate                     at the Prairie Lodge fitness desk and indicate
body workout by adding the element of strength                Day(s)        T/Th                                      which month you would like to start!
training in the water. This unique approach uses the          Time          10am
low impact of water for the foundation of muscle
development. Focusing on specific muscle groups in         FREE VOLLEYBALL TIMES
short intervals, with cardio sprints this workout is one     Day(s)   M/F/Su
of a kind.                                                   Time     7-8:30pm (M); 5-7pm (F);
   Level         Intermediate-Advanced                                10am-12pm (Su)

   Day(s)        M/T/Th
   Time          6pm (M); 8am (T, Th)

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Fitness, Mind & Body                                                             2010                                                          MVL=Meadow View Lodge
                                                                                                                                               PL=Prairie Lodge
TRY ONE FREE! You may always try out a session class before you buy the session. Register now                                                  847-515-7635
for one or all sessions. See Fitness Center for details!

                                Session Core Fitness Classes                     AM Power Workout                                        Mat Pilates
   General                      On The Ball                                      This strength training class is for all levels.         This class is a mind and body experience
   Information for              These classes focus on the development of        Strength training is one of he most                     that works every muscle. Focus is on the
                                core strength by using muscle stretch and        important parts of your fitness regime. In              intrinsic core muscles of the body. All
   all Fitness, Mind,           endurance on a stability ball. Beginner/         order to prevent bone loss and build                    Levels, MVL A
   Body & Dance:                Intermediate, MVL B                              additional bone you must strength train.
                                                                                 This class uses weighted bars, bands, free              Mind and Body Session Classes
   Program fees vary            Session Fitness Classes                          weights and other great accessories, in                 Tai Chi Ch’uan
                                Gentle Strength                                  order to get fit. All Levels, MVLA                      Intermediate class is for those who have
   due to nature of             This chair-based class will contain 30                                                                   completed basic movements in the beginner
   program.                     minutes of strengthening using weights,          Balance Training                                        class. Beginner class is for those who are
                                bands, tubing or balls. Ends with stretching     Your balance can improve, just like any                 new to Tai Chi which is a system of
   Please check the             and relaxation. Beginner/Intermediate,           other element of fitness in this 30 minute              movements designed to energize the body,
                                MVL A                                            session class. Balance training is linked to            reduce and manage stress, improve balance,
   posted schedules                                                              stability training, because when you work               coordination and flexibility. Regular
   for times and                Sit N’ Fit                                       on balance, your work on the muscles on                 practice can facilitate harmonious energy
   locations. Schedules         This class will provide a total body workout     both sides of your joints, creating more                flow. GR/PL
   are also available on        while seated in chairs. Personal trainers will   balance. We will work with both
                                lead exercises to improve mobility. Choose       progressive balance devices such as balance             Yoga for Everybody
   the web portal—see           Monday or Wednesday or both! Beginner,           pads, balance pods, balance discs and                   A yoga class designed to meet the
   the Fitness Center           GR/PL                                            perform drills to improve your balance and              individual needs of each participant. The
   tab.                                                                          lessening the fear of falling.                          instructor will focus on the specific needs of
                                Zumba                                            All Levels, MVL B                                       the class as a whole. Join us; each week will
                                Easy to follow choreographed dance steps                                                                 differ from the last.
   Classes that have            combined with various Latin based                Boot Camp Exercise Games
   not met their class          rhythms for a fitness flair. Wear aerobic or     Want a 30 minute mid-level workout that’s               Yoga Flow
   minimums three               dance shoes. Please no running or black          fun and games? All are welcome to                       This class will practice smooth free-flow
   days prior to class          soled shoes. All Levels, MVL B                   participate in this boot camp style class               Vinyasa yoga postures in balanced
                                                                                 which will include working all muscles,                 sequence.
   start date will be           Super Sculpt                                     some aerobic exercise and some stretching               Intermediate, MVL A
   cancelled. You will          This class will increase your strength and       while burning tons of calories. It can be as
   be notified via              endurance while defining your muscles.           challenging as you want it to be. We’ll toss            Light Yoga
   a courtesy phone             Begins with a warm up and then on to all         some balls, do some drills using agility                Focusing on stretching the whole body
                                resistance training for a full body workout.     ladders and cones and have some fun                     while incorporating yoga poses to develop
   call and refunds/            Using dumbbells, body bars, stability balls      partnering with each other to accomplish                inner strength and mind-muscle connection.
   credits will be              and body weight to sculpt your body from         program goals. All Levels MVL B                         Also integrates visual imagery and
   issued.                      both a standing and mat positions. All                                                                   relaxation techniques. Bring a blanket and
                                Levels MVL A                                                                                             warm socks.
                                                                                                                                         Beginner/Intermediate, MVLA

     CODE      CLASS                     LOCATION          DAY      TIME             MAY                   JUNE                   JULY            AUG.           COST
     800403    AM Power Workout            MVL A             F       9am           5/7-5/28             6/4-7/2 $25             7/9-7/30        8/6-9/3 $25       $20
     800203    On The Ball                 MVL B            Th       9am           5/6-5/27              6/3-7/1 $25            7/8-7/29        8/5-9/2 $25       $20
     800703    Gentle Strength             MVL A            M       11am           5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28              7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $25       $20
     800803    Gentle Strength             MVL B             F      11am           5/7-5/28             6/4-7/2 $25             7/9-7/30        8/6-9/3 $25       $20
     800003    Mat Pilates                 MVL A            W        5pm           5/5-5/26             6/2-6/30 $25            7/7-7/28        8/4-9/1 $25       $20
     885003    Sit N’ Fit                Game Room          M       11am           5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28              7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $15       $12
     885103    Sit N’ Fit                Game Room          W       11am           5/5-5/26             6/2-6/30 $15            7/7-7/28        8/4-9/1 $15       $12
     800103    Super Sculpt                MVL A            M        9am           5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28              7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $25       $20
     830303    Tai Chi Plus              Game Room          M        9am           5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28             NO CLASS         8/8-9/1 $25       $20
     830203    Tai Chi Plus              Game Room          W        9am           5/5-5/26             6/2-6/30 $25           NO CLASS         8/4-9/1 $25       $20
     830103    Tai Chi Inter.            Game Room          W        10am          5/5-5/26             6/2-6/30 $25           NO CLASS         8/4-9/1 $25        $20
     830003    Tai Chi Basic             Game Room          M        10am          5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28             NO CLASS        8/2-8/30 $25        $20
     830603    Yoga Flow                    MVL A           T         1pm          5/4-5/25             6/1-6/29 $25               7/6-7/27    8/3-8/31 $25        $20
     830503    Yoga Flow                    MVL A            F       11am          5/7-5/28              6/4-7/2 $25               7/9-7/30     8/6-9/3 $25        $20
     810303    Light Yoga                   MVL A           T        12pm          5/4-5/25             6/1-6/29 $25               7/6-7/27    8/3-8/31 $25        $20
     810403    Light Yoga                   MVL A           Th        8am          5/6-5/27             6/3-7/1 $25                7/8-7/29    8/5-9/2 $25         $20
     810603    Yoga For Everybody           MVL A           Sat    10:30am         5/8-5/29              6/5-7/3 $25               7/10-7/31    8/7-9/4 $25        $20
     801103    Zumba                        MVL A            T      11am           5/4-5/25             6/1-6/29 $25               7/6-7/27    8/3-8/31 $25        $20
     801303    Zumba                        MVL B            T       6pm           5/4-5/25             6/1-6/29 $25                7/6-7/27   8/3-8/31 $25        $20
     801003    Swim Lessons                 PL Pool         Sat    11:30am         5/8-5/29             6/5-7/3 $25                7/10-7/31    8/7-9/4 $25        $20
     897503    Fall Proof NEW!              MVL B            T       9am           5/4-5/25             6/1-6/29 $25                7/6-7/27   8/3-8/31 $25        $20
     896003*   Boot Camp Ex. Games          MVL B           M        5pm           5/3-5/24               6/7-6/28                 7/5-7/26    8/2-8/30 $15        $12
     897003* Balance Training             MVL B         Th      10am           5/6-5/27                 6/3-7/1 $15                7/8-7/29     8/5-9/2 $15        $12
     895205* Fitness Focus             MVL Fitness    Varies Varies                                                                                                $5
     Cost is per 4 week session. Adjustments are made for sessions with fewer weeks.
     Generally all programs are scheduled in 60 minutes with 50 minutes of class unless otherwise indicated. *30 minute classes

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                                    FITNESS / DANCE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
General Information for all Strutters                    Tap Two: some experience with tap dance.                   coordinated by a volunteer team led by
Dance Classes:                                                                                                      volunteer, Nick Damalas. Look for
The Strutters are made up of Tap, Jazz and               Tap One: Most experience with tap dance.                   announcements throughout the year!
Ballet dance with each area having at least two
levels of expertise from which to choose.                Ballroom Dance                                             Novice Level: New to line dancing? This is the
During each of these classes, dance steps and            Learn to Ballroom dance from professional                  class to start breaking in those new country
moves will be studied, and instruction given             dancers, Barb and Jim Finn, Amateur Elite                  boots! The very basic techniques that are
on specific steps in order to create a dance             Champions in American Smooth Dancing and                   common to all line dances will be reviewed in
routine. Come and join this fun and talented             finalists in the Championship                              this class.
group where improvement in endurance,                    International Standard Competition. Singles                Instructor: Nancy Buhr
muscle tone and brain function will be                   and couples welcome. Come and learn some of                Friday, 12pm
experienced.                                             the popular dances so you will feel confident
                                                         at local ballroom dance events, class reunions,            Beginning Level: If you are
Hoofers Tap Classes                                      cruises, weddings,                                         comfortable with the very basic steps, have
The Hoofer and Hunks tap classes focus on                anniversary parties and more. It is a lovely               great coordination, but never line danced
fun and fitness through dance. The classes are           way to exercise your body and your mind.                   before, this level is for you!
taught by volunteer instructors Sandy                                                                               Instructor: Nancy Buhr
Oldham, Carol Kaiser, Dana Rich and Judy                 Ethnic Dance                                               Wednesday 12pm/Friday 1pm
Thierer. The One Step Up Class is open to                This class is designed for those who have had
residents year round. The newest class the               little or no ethnic dance experience. Exercise             Intermediate Level
‘Hoofer Hunks’ is the “men only” group.                  both your body and mind through music and                  Instructor: LeeAnn Cooper
                                                         dance. Come join a new circle of friends and               Tuesday 4pm
Hoofer and Hunks classes run year round.                 learn dances from many different countries
Please contact Sandy Oldham if you are                   such as Israel, Greece, Romania, Sweden, etc.              Advanced Level
interested!                                              Basic steps will be taught which will gradually            Volunteer Instructor: Elaine Rodgers
                                                         build into a repertoire of dances. No partners             Wednesday 3:30pm
Hoofer Tap Classes run year round. Although              needed! The class is taught by a seasoned
the class began in November, interested                  resident instructor, Nancy Kristen.                        Leather or smooth soled shoes needed for all
residents can join at any time! Please call                                                                         line dance classes.
Sandy Oldham so together you can determine               Line Dance Classes!
which class is best for you! See the Dance               Want to learn to line dance? We can teach you
Class Listings and sign up for one session or            how! Try one of our line dancing classes and
all listed! Due to program growth, on occasion           you will be dancing in no time! Dance parties
class schedules may change.                              are held six times a year in Drendel Ballroom

For all dance programs, come dressed in dance attire, or aerobic clothing, something loose and comfortable.

 CODE     CLASS                          DAY   ROOM       TIME           MAY              JUNE            JULY          AUGUST           COST
 850003   Jazz III (Summer Technique)     T    MVL-A      10am         5/4-5/25          6/1-6/22       7/6-7/27       8/3-8/31 $10       $8
 850103   Jazz III                        T    MVL-A       2pm         5/4-5/25          6/1-6/22          ---              ---           $8
 850303   Jazz II & I                     T    MVL-A      11am         5/4-5/25          6/1-6/22          ---              ---           $8

 822403   Ballet I                       M     MVL-A      12pm         5/3-5/24        6/7-6/21 $6         ---              ---             $8
 822503   Ballet II (Summer Technique)   T     MVL-A       9am         5/4-5/25         6/1-6/22        7/6-7/27       8/3-8/31 $10         $8

 822703   Ballroom Dance                 W     MVL-A      6:30pm       5/5-5/26             ---         7/7-7/28           ---        $66/$99 cpl.
                                                                       Rumba &                          Samba &
                                                                        Hustle                           Fox Trot

 823503   Ethnic Dance                   Th    MVL-A      12pm         5/6-5/27        6/3-6/17 $9      7/8-7/29        8/5-9/2 $15        $12
 823703   Ethnic Dance                   T     MVL-A       7pm         5/4-5/25        6/1-6/29 $15     7/6-7/27       8/3-8/31 $15        $12

 820003   Line Dance-Novice             F      MVL-A       12pm        5/7-5/28         6/4-7/2 $15     7/9-7/30           ---             $12
 820203   Line Dance-Beginner           F      MVL-A        1pm        5/7-5/28         6/4-7/2 $15     7/9-7/30           ---             $12
 820303   Line Dance-Beginner          W       MVL-A       12pm        5/5-5/26        6/2-6/30 $15     7/7-7/28       8/4-9/1 $15         $12
 820403   Line Dance-Beginner NEW! W           MVL-B        7pm        5/5-5/26        6/2-6/30 $15     7/7-7/28       8/4-9/1 $15         $12
 820503   Line Dance-Novice NEW!       W       MVL-B        6pm        5/5-5/26        6/2-6/30 $15     7/7-7/28       8/4-9/1 $15         $12
 820603   Line Dance-Intermediate NEW! Th      MVL-B      6:30pm       5/6-5/27         6/3-7/1 $15     7/8-7/29       8/5-9/2 $10         $8
 820703   Line Dance-Intermediate      T       MVL-A        4pm        5/4-5/25        6/1-6/29 $15     7/6-7/27       8/3-/31 $15         $12
 820803   Line Dance-Advanced          W       MVL-A      3:30pm       5/5-5/26        6/2-6/30 $10        ---             ---             $8

 900303   Line Dance Party:              M                 6pm             ---             6/7              ---            8/2              $6
          Country Hoedown

 824503   Hoofers Tap-Tap 1              M     MVL-A      4:45pm       5/3-5/24         6/7-6/28        7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $10         $8
 824403   Hoofers Tap-Tap 2              M     MVL-A      5:45pm       5/3-5/24         6/7-6/28        7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $10         $8
 824303   Hoofers Tap-1 Step Up          M     MVL-A      6:45pm       5/3-5/24         6/7-6/28        7/5-7/26       8/2-8/30 $10         $8
 824103   Hoofers Tap Tech.-Tap 1        Th    MVL-A       3pm         5/6-5/27        6/3-7/1 $10      7/8-7/29        8/5-9/2 $10         $8
 824203   Hoofers Tap Tech.-Tap 2        Th    MVL-A       4pm         5/6-5/27        6/3-7/1 $10      7/8-7/29        8/5-9/2 $10         $8
 824003   Hoofers Tap Tech.-1 Step Up    Th    MVL-A       5pm         5/6-5/27        6/3-7/1 $10      7/8-7/29       8/5-9/2 $10          $8
 824903   Huntley Hunks                  Th    MVL-A      7:30pm       5/6-5/27        6/3-7/1 $10      7/8-7/29       8/5-9/2 $10          $8

 821603 Strutters Tap Tech Ensemble M         MVL-B        9am        5/3-5/24       6/7-6/21 $6      7/5-7/26      8/2-8/30 $10          $8
 821203 Strutters Tap Tech III          M     MVL-B       10am        5/3-5/24       6/7-6/21 $6      7/5-7/26      8/2-8/30 $10          $8
 821303 Strutters Tap Tech II & I       M     MVL-B       11am        5/3-5/24       6/7-6/21 $6      7/5-7/26      8/2-8/30 $10          $8
 821703 Strutters-Adv. Ensemble        Th     MVL-A        9am        5/6-5/27       6/3-6/17 $6          ---            ---              $8
 821803 Strutters Tap III              Th     MVL-A       10am        5/6-5/27       6/3-6/17 $6          ---            ---              $8
 821903 Strutters Tap II & I           Th     MVL-A       11am        5/6-5/27       6/3-6/17 $6          ---            ---              $8
 Cost is per 4 week session, however you can purchase all sessions posted! Adjustments are made for sessions with fewer weeks. Price of a single session class is $8.

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                           9am: 2.25 & 3 Mile | 9:30am: 1 Mile
          Join the Lifestyle Department as we host the Opening Celebration of the
         2nd Annual "Feeling Great is Ageless: Fitness, Fashion, Fun & More" Expo!
                              Choose .5, 1, 2.25 or 3 mile walk!

            3 & 2.25 MILE WALK                                                                      .5 or 1 MILE WALK
   Starting from the Pavilion, walk south on the sidewalk            $3 per person                Starting from the Pavilion and circling
      on the Prairie Lodge side of Del Webb Blvd. and               includes a walk              around the Fountain View Pavilion Lake.
         cross at the crosswalk located by the putting                t-shirt and                One lap for .5 mile and 2 laps for 1 mile.
    green of the golf course, to and around Wildflower                 breakfast!
  Lake (2xs around for 3 miles) , returning to the Pavilion.                                        RAIN OR SHINE!
 5805-03 Feeling Great is Ageless Fun Walk Registration
                                                                                 Check one box for walk length per person. ***One form
  ***NON-RESIDENT GUESTS MUST SIGN WAIVER ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT AT CHECK-IN.   per address, please. Note each start time. Couples can use
                                                                                 one form, but note first name in box below. Thank you.
                                                                                 Check-in time: 8:15-8:45am | Start: 9am            (circle one)
                                                                                 ❏ 3 or 2.25 Mile Walk Name:
                                                                                 ❏ 3 or 2.25 Mile Walk Name:
                                                                                 Check-in time: 8:30-9:15am | Start: 9:30am              (circle one)
  Method of Payment:
  ❏ Check Attached / Number:                ❏ Cash                               ❏ .5 or 1 Mile Walk      Name:

  ❏ Visa* ❏ MasterCard* ❏ Discover ❏ American Express                            ❏ .5 or 1 Mile Walk      Name:
  *Present card at desk!

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   Feeling GREAT is Ageless!
     Fitness, Fashion, Fun and More Expo
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10am-4pm: Expo Begins


4:30-5:30pm: Radio Disney


                                                     Co-sponsored by:

Road Crew Show

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                                                     Join your neighbors, Wentworth, Executive
AND FRIENDS!!                                        Director, Bill Pennock & Associates, Association
                                                     Board Members and invited Village Officials
Shop & purchase from many                            and other invited guests! Still time to register!
fashion, jewelry, accessory &                        Pre-registration is necessary: $3pp. Entry fee
fitness vendors! Visit                               includes a Walk t-shirt (size ordered if registered

professionals that help you
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                                                     on or before May 15, after L & XL only) &
                                                     healthy Sweet Tomatoes breakfast at the walk’s
“feel great”!

                                                     conclusion in Drendel Ballroom! Register today!

                                                     Rain or shine we’ll celebrate together!

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     Rock Around the Clock                                           Sun City Resident
     (In Drendel Ballroom)
     10:00am          Feeling Great by Centegra!                     “Gallery of Stars”
     10:45am          Hoofers Tap Group Demo                         (In the Gallery across from
     11:30am          Talk by Kinetic Physical Therapy               Drendel Ballroom)
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     1:00pm           Ethnic Dance Demo                              them all for sharing!
                      Strutters, Tap, Ballet & Jazz                                               &

     2:00pm           Bone Strength by Bill Allerheiligen            • Elizabeth Anderson: Woodworker at

     2:30pm           Ballroom Dance Demo                              Millcreek Woodshop

     3:00pm           Kettlebells

                                                                     • Judith & Don Nelson-runs 25 miles a week!

                                                                     • Joanie & Nick Kopolus: Swimmer &

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                                                                     • Bob Hinkle: Cross Country Cyclist
     (In the Multipurpose/Card Room)

                                                                     • Wayne LaValla: Living & Recovering from
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     10:00am          Tai Chi Class Demo                               Spinal Meningitis

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     11:00am          Get The Right Fitting Shoe by Jackie           • Don Carbon, Manuel Escalona, Ben Manibog,
                      of New Balance                                   Clet Sesterhann, Jack Suddeth & Jim Sura:
     1:00pm           Hair Care by Sheila's Salon                      2 Million+ FitLinxx Points Achievers!
                                                                     • Sue Reid: New Year in the New You
     FEATURING Wii Games from 10pm to 4pm!                             Achiever!
     Co-sponsored by Kinetic Physical Therapy!                       • And more Sun City Stars!
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                                                                     Co-sponsored by Talamore of Ryland Homes

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     Radio Disney Road Crew plays great music,
     leads you in dances, contests, POSSIBLY
     WIN GIVEAWAYS and more!

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Charter Club Tables                                 THANK Y  OU TO RAFFLE
                                                                              PRIZE SPONSOR
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                        Fitness/Wellness Survey
                    Return the survey to the Wellness Table at (along with the log)
                            for and receive a complimentary raffle ticket!

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      between 10am and 4pm at the “Feeling Great is Ageless: Fitness, Fashion, Fun and More” Expo to the

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      Wellness Committee Information table and receive a complimentary raffle ticket! In advance, thank you
      for our time and input!


                                                                          ❏ Yes    ❏ No

      1.   Do you exercise or partake in regular physical activity?


      2.   Three times per week or more? ❏ Yes             ❏ No

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      3.   Do you have physical limitations? ❏ Yes           ❏ No

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      4.   Do these physical limitations prevent you from engaging in regular physical activity/exercise?

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           If yes, can you please list the type(s) of limitations:

      Questions about you!
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      a.   ❏ Male     ❏ Female


      b.   Age Range: ❏ Less than 50            ❏ 51-65   ❏ 66-79    ❏ 80 and better!

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      Comments, or suggestions about the programs or services that you would like to see in the future?

      If you cannot return the survey on May 26 between the hours of 10am and 4pm to the Wellness Committee table
      at the Feeling Great is Ageless Expo, please return it to the Member Services or Fitness Desks at either Lodge on
      or before May 30. Again, thank you for your time!

26    MAY | 2010                 A Monthly Publication For The Residents of Sun City Huntley
                                                                                                             OCTOBER 11-13, 2010

                                                           MICHIGAN escape
                                                           Day 1
 Highlights:                                               We depart this morning for Indiana                 the mid-1800s through the mid-
                                                           where we have a guided tour of                     1900s inside a Victorian storefront.
 • 4 Meals: 2 Deluxe Continental                           the University of Notre Dame                       We arrive back at our hotel with a
   Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner                           campus. We continue to the South                   free evening for those that want
 • Notre Dame Guided Tour                                  Bend Chocolate Company for a                       to explore the Four Winds Casino.
 • South Bend Chocolate Company                            factory tour with samples. We then                 Marina Grand—New Buffalo, MI
 • Saugatuck Dune Rie                                      drive into Michigan and our hotel                  (DCB)
 • Saugatuck Free Time                                     for the next 2 evenings. Dinner is
 • Apparel From the Past                                   included this evening.                             Day 3
 • Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm Guided                           Marina Grand—New Buffalo, MI (D)                   We drive east and enjoy a guided
   Tour                                                                                                       orchard tour in their “Folkswagon”
 • Tabor Hill Winery Lunch and                             Day 2                                              at Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm. We
   Guided Tour                                             This morning we enjoy a ride on the                continue to the Tabor Hill Winery
 • $15 Fancy-Free Holidays Travel                          ever-changing sand dunes aboard                    for an included lunch followed by
   Rewards                                                 a comfortable dune buggy. We                       a winery tour and tasting. We
                                                           continue to Saugatuck for lunch on                 depart for home and arrive late
   Cost per person with home pickups
   and returns:
                                                           your own and shopping in this                      this afternoon. (DCB, L)
     $604 Double      $594 Triple                          well-known art colony. We then
     $744 Single
                                                           stop at Apparel From the Past with
   Price includes a $57 trip cancellation/                 over 1,000 vintage garments from
   interruption insurance premium.

Southwest Michigan E s c a p e | O c t o b e r 1 1 - 1 3 , 2 0 1 0
                                                                                                                                       Please contact Reservations
                                                                                                                                           Fancy-Free Holidays
Name:                                                                                                                                  24 W 500 Maple Ave., Ste. 216
                                                                                                                                            Naperville, IL 60540
Address:                                                                                                                               630-778-7010 • 800-421-3330
                                                                                                                                               Group #964
City:                                                                   State:                Zip:
                                                                                                                                                 Cancellation Policy:
                                                                                                                                          If insurance is NOT purchased,
Phone:                                                Roommate:                                                                       cancellation charges will be assessed
                                                                                                                                       as follows—61 or more days prior to
Cost per person with home pickup: J Double $604 J Triple $594 J Single $744                                                           depature: full refund; 60-22 days prior
                                                                                                                                     to departure: $100; 21 days or less prior
                                                                                                                                        to departure: no refund. Insurance
Deposit: $157 per person. This deposit amount includes at $57 premium for trip cancellation/interruption insurance.                          premium is not refundable.
If you choose not to include this benefit, please deduct $57 from deposit and sign below.
J Yes, I want to include trip cancellation/interruption insurance.
J Enclosed is a check for $157. J Please charge my $157 deposit to my credit card.
J No, I do not want to include trip cancellation/interruption insurance.
J Enclosed is a check for $100. J Please charge my $100 deposit to my credit card.

Credit Card #:                                                                   Expiration Date:

Signature:                                                                       Security Code:
                                                                                 (3 digits on back of Visa/MC/Discover or 4 digits on front of AmEx)

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                           Jane Tennant
                    Special Events & Classes Coordinator
                                                                  6001-04 WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? A NITE OF
                                                                  Come out this evening and enjoy an improv show in the

Special Events                                                    style of the classic English import “Who’s Line is it
                                                                  Anyway”. Where a host organizes and runs the games
                                                                  along with a number of actors and comedians. The host
Open Registration—Monday, May 3                                   solicits information from the audience to create situations
                                                                  they must act out. Sometimes audience members are
                                                                  brought on stage to help out. Rob Kaye from Harmony
Greetings Sun City Huntley! My name is Jane Tennant and           Productions heartily recommends this show. Check it out
I am pleased to introduce myself as the new Special Events
                                                                  and register early.
& Classes Coordinator for our fine community! I have the
best of both worlds because I am also a resident of
Neighborhood 37. Our sincere thanks to Lesley Cowles for
                                                                    Monday, May 3, 7pm

providing a strong legacy of exceptional events and
                                                                    Drendel Ballroom

classes. My pledge is to continue on that same path to
                                                                    $6pp / Min. 100 / Max. 400

bring excellence to our future event and class offerings.
I welcome your suggestions and look forward to meeting
                                                                  5300-03 LET’S DANCE W/THE LET’S DANCE
you during the coming months. Thank you for supporting
                                                                  BAND Co-Sponsored by Huntley Realty and Tom
our wide array of trips, classes, concerts and lectures!
                                                                  Hall and The Lifestyle Department
                                                                  Let’s Dance is an 18 piece band and comprised of members
                                                                  of our Sun City Concert Band. They performed for you the
                                                                  first time in the afternoon in December 2009. Over 200
NEW!! Receipts/Tickets
With select events, we have transitioned to issuing tickets
thus omitting the name check-in process. As the months            people attended and were awed by the talent. Swing and
progress, residents will be issued tickets when registering       Ballroom Dancers attended and had a wonderful time
for all major events. But for now, remember to bring your         asking for ‘more’. Some came just to listen and watch the
tickets/receipts with you when entering a program to              dancers. Don’t miss out! Register early! Put the dates on
avoid any entry delay. We encourage you to keep your              your calendar and get ready to ‘swing’ or waltz!
receipts/tickets in a secure place as lost tickets will not be
replaced.                                                         Minimums must be met by the dates indicated so we have
                                                                  an accurate count for cake and coffee, tables and chairs.
                                                                  Thanks for your cooperation. You are in for an awesome
                                                                  evening at each of these dances.
Guest Policies
You must accompany your guests whenever they use the
facilities. If applicable, guests will be required to pay
program fees.
                                                                    Thursday, May 20, 6:30-9:30pm
                                                                    Thursday, August 19, 6:30-9:30pm
                                                                    Thursday, November 18, 6:30-9:30pm
Programs will be open to the public 17 days after they first        Drendel Ballroom
appear in the Lifestyles magazine. There is a $5 surcharge          $8pp Discounted Early Registration / $12 at the door
for all non-resident guests.                                        Min. 100 must be met 2 weeks prior to the event /
                                                                    Max. 250
Program Fees & Cancellations
In planning our events, we take into consideration the                                                   6002-05 YOUTH
number of people expected to attend in addition to a
minimum and maximum number. Every effort has been

made to keep the costs down to serve everyone as much as

possible. Please remember to register early for the
programs you love!
                                                                                                         “Feeling Great is
                                                                  Ageless” continues into the evening as talented youth
                                                                  perform! The Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra Chamber
                                                                  Institute Group, “The Blackbirds”, featuring Ryan Krause
                                                                  on piano, Andrew Havel on bass, Chris Mendez on cello,
                                                                  Donna Janowski on violin, and Marijke Welch on viola, will

                                                                  present an evening filled with beautifully performed
             Friday, May 14, 12:30pm

                                                                  classical pieces including: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven,
               Social Lounge / Free

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YOUTH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA GROUP                                                                                                                                                                                                                            PUB NIGHT: “SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING
PERFORMANCE CONT.                                                                                                                                                                     NEW
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         NEW, SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING
Chopin, and one of Schubert’s most widely
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BLUE” CONT.



acclaimed masterpieces, ‘The Trout                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Join in on the old sing-along songs that everybody knows

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
Quintet.” So join us for a wonderful and                                                                                                                                                                                                                 by heart. Laugh at some new stories and songs from TR’s


relaxing evening of musical artistry!                                                                                                                                                                                                                    quirky imagination. Tap your foot to songs borrowed


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         from some of the greatest folk singers of all times. Then
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         rock to the Old’s Cool band as they finish the night with a
                            Wednesday, May 26, 7-8:15pm / Doors Open: 6:45pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         set of blues songs you’ll never forget.
                            Drendel Ballroom
                            $3pp contribution / Max. 200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Thursday, June 17, 7-9pm
6007-05 “THE Q BALLS”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Doors Open: 6:30pm
BLUES, CLASSIC R&B and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     $12pp / Max. 250
Chicagoland’s own fabulous                                                                                                                                                                                                                               POS 6003-04 LOCAL FAVORITE, BILL HUDSON &
Q-Balls      are    a       highly                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FRIENDS PERFORMING “LIVE”
exceptional group of seasoned                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Many of you may have seen Bill perform every Friday
musicians who are proud to infuse the joy and power of                                                                                                                                                                                                   night at Niko’s and or at their Karaoke on Wednesday
fine music into their audience with a combination of                                                                                                                                                                                                     nights! Now, Bill will direct and perform in a Variety
prolific playing, expert musicianship, and a fantastic stage                                                                                                                                                                                             Musical Review coming to Drendel Ballroom! The show
show. Formed in 2004, they have developed their own                                                                                                                                                                                                      will feature songs from the 30’s through Current Hits with
unique sound over the years and play everything from                                                                                                                                                                                                     an emphasis on dance music you know and love. In
Stone-Cold Blues to Funk to Classic R&B to Rock & Roll.                                                                                                                                                                                                  addition, he will be joined by his singing “friends” – one of
            All in all, it’s an eclectic plethora of some of the                                                                                                                                                                                         which is our own Sun City Idol, Bev Perkins! It will be an
               greatest genres of music; all done in Q-BALL                                                                                                                                                                                              evening of fun-filled, light-hearted music for family and
                STYLE!!!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 friends. Sign up early!
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                                                                                                              Thursday, May 27, 7-8:30pm                                                                                                                   Monday, June 21, Doors Open: 6:30pm /


                                                                                                              Drendel Ballroom                                                                                                                             Show: 7pm to 8:15pm


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                                                                                                              $7pp / Min. 75 / Max. 380                                                                                                                    Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $11pp / Min. 150 / Max. 400
5804-03 FUN NITES SUPPER AND                                                                                                                                                                                                                               If space is available, $15 at the door.
by Huntley Realty and Tom Hall                                                                                                                                                                                                                           POS 6003-05 “SIMON &
Another terrific evening w/supper, dessert, beverages and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         GARFUNKEL”—A TRIBUTE BY

entertainment bingo games, raffles, prizes and lots of fun!
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         AJ AND JON

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Be sure to register early!                                                                                                                                                                                                                               AJ Swearingen and Jonathan Beedle have

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         been performing this remarkable tribute to


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the music of “Simon & Garfunkel” for more

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                            Sec. B: Wednesday, June 16, Doors Open: 4:30pm
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         than a decade and their sold out shows prove the effect on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         their audiences is undeniable. A chance meeting in 1991,
                            Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         in a local club in Bethlehem, PA, brought these two
                            Broasted Chicken Night: All guests will enjoy two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         talented artists together. A brief introduction and
                            pieces of broasted chicken, salad and dessert, coffee,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         moments later they were blending their voices as if they
                            and cold drinks. Please indicate either white or dark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         had been performing together for a lifetime. AJ’s warm
                            when registering. Check in begins at 4:30pm.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         baritone and Jonathan’s soaring tenor combine flawlessly
                            $12pp / Max. 280
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         to capture the essence and magic of “Simon & Garfunkel’s”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         sound of the early years in Greenwich Village. With a quiet
POS 6002-04 PUB NIGHT: “SOMETHING OLD,                                                                                                                                                                                                                   stage and an acoustic guitar, A.J. and Jonathan re-create the
SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING BORROWED,                                                                                                                                                                                                                       memories of the classic hits and obscure songs of “Simon
SOMETHING BLUE”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          & Garfunkel.” Discover why audiences are cheering for
No, Pub Night host TR Kerth isn’t getting married, but he                                                                                                                                                                                                this duo as they capture—the magic of “Simon and
will be bringing a celebration to Drendel Ballroom with his                                                                                                                                                                                              Garfunkel.”
“Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed,
Something Blue” Pub Night, with musical guests Rich
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Monday, July 12
Wolter, Hans Stucki, Bob Noble and Gary Ross.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Cash Bar: 7pm / Doors Open: 7:30pm / Show: 8-9:30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $12pp / Min. 200 / Max. 380

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                                                                                                          POS 6005-05 ABBA SALUTE                                                                                                                                                             POS 6004-05 HARRIETTE
                                                                                                           You loved the recent Piano Man
                                                 ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              BLAKE SHOW WITH RAY
                                              NEW                 NEW

                                                                                                           concert…now get ready for an ABBA
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                                                                                                           tribute!                                                                                                                                                                            After sharing the stage with Bob
         ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

                                                                                    ! NEW! NEW! NEW!                                                                                                                                                                                           Hope, George Burns, Don Rickles,
                ABBA Salute is one of the most accurate


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Alan King, Elvis Presley, Tom



            ABBA tribute band in the country. With
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Jones, Liberace and so many
painstaking attention to detail, they have recreated an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    more, Harriette returns to sing her heart out
ABBA experience that won’t soon be forgotten. Fronted by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       for our Sun City residents! This special night she will share
two dynamic ladies with angelic voices, and backed by a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the stage with the powerful voice of Ray
group of first class musicians, the music of the greatest pop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Thomas, Sun City Idols winner.
band in history comes to life in a Las Vegas type show that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

will have you singing along and tapping your toes.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Tuesday, August 24, 7-8:15 pm

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Drendel Ballroom
                Tuesday, July 20, 7-8:30pm


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $8pp / Min. 100 / Max. 385


                Drendel Ballroom
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        If space allows, $12 at door.
                $10pp / Min. 75 / Max. 380
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        A 3pm matinee may be added if first show sells out!
Better than ever! The Idols Encore is an ALL Sun City
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     POS 6006-05 IDES OF MARCH
member group.        This years performance will not
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FEATURING JIM PETERIK             2009

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       On October 16, 1964; a


disappoint anyone. The energy level will be high and the


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      basement in Berwyn,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
whole night will be awesome. Last year was just the tip of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Illinois played host to

the iceberg. The rave reviews we received last year will


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   four schoolboys, guitars,
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make for a packed house again this year.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       drums, and their dreams. From that
Don’t miss out on what will be a fabulous night of                                                                                                                                                                                                                     meeting sprang platinum hits,
entertainment. Get your tickets early.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Grammy awards, and a common bond that has lasted ever
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       since. The IDES OF MARCH are best remembered for their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1970 smash “Vehicle”, and have had hit records in each of
                Wednesday, July 21 OR Thursday, July 22, 7pm

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the decades since that humble beginning. Remember the
                Doors Open: 6:30pm / Show: 7-9pm

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       rousing sports anthem “Finally Next Year” that cheered the
                Drendel Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Cubs throughout their red-hot 2003 season? In concert, the
                $12pp / Max. 380

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       IDES remain a powerhouse rock and roll band that all of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the members (save one) are on the plus side of 50 years of
POS 6005-04 GOOD, CLEAN COMEDY!                                                                                                                                                                  NE
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                                                                                                                                                                                       new!                                                                            age. With the 2005 chart-topping success of “Vehicle” as


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       recorded by American Idol’s Bo Bice, the IDES OF MARCH

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       are once again in the nation eye…and appearing for us in

The Chicago Sun Times writes, “Good clean



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Drendel Ballroom! Get your tickets now!
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laughs!” George has been entertaining audiences

comedy with deadly timing…genuine belly
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

across the US for over 30 years! George has opened for and
toured with Bobby Vinton, Three Dog Night, Rosemary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wednesday, November 10

Clooney, The Osmond Brothers, Lou Rawls and Bobby
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Doors Open: 6:30pm / Show: 7-8:30pm (no intermission)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $25pp / Max. 380
George has performed at Caesar’s Palace, The Sahara, is a
regular act at the Riviera Hotel/Casino, and now comes to
Sun City Huntley! GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            afternoonprograms
                *Thursday, August 12, 7-8:30pm / Doors Open: 6:30pm
                $15pp / Min. 150 / Max. of 380                                                                                                                                                                                                                         6000-03 DICK EASTMAN – PERFORMING THE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       BEST OF ACOUSTIC POP/ROCK MUSIC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Singing songs by the Eagles, America, The Beatles, Seals &
                If space is available, $19 at the door.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Croft to name a few, he brings a relaxing, familiar and
                *If demand warrants, an afternoon show may be added.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       enjoyable atmosphere of acoustic hits everyone knows by
                                                                                                               Portal Sponsor                                                                                                                                          heart! As Dick switches between six and twelve string
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       acoustic guitars, the combination of guitars and his warm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       vocals capture the essence of some of the greatest hits ever
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                                   area of our Web Portal at www.OurSunCityHuntley.net.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       written! Dick has written tunes with legendary hit maker
                                                                                                                        Magnificent Gems

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bobby Hart that were recorded by the Monkees and more.
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DICK EASTMAN – PERFORMING THE                                                                                                                              AN AFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES CONT.
                                                                                                                                                           5401-04 Wednesday, June 9:
  Wednesday, May 5, 1-2:30pm                                                                                                                               THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE
                                                                                                                                                           (1 hr. 48 Min., PG-13)
                                                                                                                                                           A Chicago librarian suffers from a rare
  Drendel Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                           genetic disorder that sends him hurtling
  $6pp / Early Reservation Discount $9 at the door

                                                                                                                                                           through time whenever he is under
  Min. 100 / Max. 400

6200-05 HEALTH CARE BILL                                                                                                                                   extreme duress; despite the fact that he
                                                                                                                                                           vanishes at inordinately frequent and
                                                                                             ! NEW! NEW! NEW!


                                                                                                                                                           lengthy intervals, he attempts to build a stable future with
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Will reimbursements to doctors who accept                                                                                                                  the beautiful young heiress he loves.

                                                     ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

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Medicare patients be reduced? How long


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will it take to close the "donut hole"? These and


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other questions will be addressed at a lecture organized by
                                                                                                                                                           THE BLIND SIDE (2 hr. 6 Min.,
the Civics Committee of the Lifestyles Department. AARP
                                                                                                                                                           Taken in by a well-to-do family and offered
Illinois will send a Senior Program Specialist to our
                                                                                                                                                           a second chance at life, a homeless teen
community to explain the new legislation for health
                                                                                                                                                           grows to become the star athlete projected
insurance reform. The whole program will be explained
                                                                                                                                                           to be the first pick at the NFL draft in this
but the focus will be on its impact on seniors.
                                                                                                                                                           sports-themed comedy drama inspired by
                                                                                                                                                           author Michael Lewis' best-seller The Blind
                                                                                                                                                           Side: Evolution of a Game. Michael Oher was living on the
  Monday, May 24, 2pm

                                                                                                                                                           streets when he was welcomed into the home of a
  Drendel Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                           conservative suburban family, but over time he matured
  Free / Max. 400

6000-02 TIMELESS TUNES AND TALES –                                                                                                                         into a talented athlete. As the NFL draft approaches, fans
PRESENTED BY BROWN & LEVIN                                                                                                                                 and sports radio personalities alike speculate that Oher
An entertaining hour of guitar, clarinet and vocals w/jazz,                                                                                                will be the hottest pick of the year. This movie stars Sandra
blues and some comedy. Brown and Levin have been on                                                                                                        Bullock who won the Best Actress Academy
radio, at Navy Pier, Ravinia, Taste of Chicago, The Royal                                                                                                  Award for her performance.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

George and Steppenwolf Theater, Sea World, Adler, PBS
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and so much more. Don’t miss a nice afternoon of good

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
                                                                                                                                                           5401-05 Thursday, August 5: UP

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ! NEW! NEW! NEW!
music and fun.
                                                                                                                                                           (1 hr. 36 Min., G)
                                                                                                                                                           From Disney Pixar comes UP, a comedy



                                                                                                                                                           adventure about 78-year-old balloon salesman
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                                                                                                                                                           Carl Fredricksen, who finally fulfills his lifelong dream of a
  Tuesday, June 29, 1-2pm

                                                                                                                                                           great adventure when he ties thousands of balloons to his
  Drendel Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                           house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he
  $6 early registration / $10 at the door

                                                                                                                                                           discovers all too late that his biggest n ightmare has
  Min. 100 / Max. 400

AN AFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES                                                                                                                                 stowed away on the trip: an overly optimistic 9-year-old
                                                                                                                                                           Wilderness Explorer named Russell. From
                                                                                                                                                           the Academy Award-nominated director
Requested donations for all movies is $1.             Pre-

                                                                                                                                                           Pete Docter, UP invites you on a hilarious
registration is strongly recommended to avoid

                                                                                                                                                           journey into a lost world, with the least
cancellation. Most movies begin at 1:30pm in Drendel

                                                                                                                                                           likely duo on Earth. Featuring the voices
Ballroom and will be held monthly when space is

                                                                                                                                                           of Edward Asner, John Ratzenberger,
available. Please check for time for each movie listed.

5400-04 Wednesday, May 12:                                                                                                                                 Christopher Plummer and many more.
AMELIA (2 hrs., PG)
Hillary Swank and Richard Gere star in
this biopic tracing the life of famed aviator
Amelia Earhart — who made history in
1932 by becoming the first woman ever to
                                                                                                                                                                              SAVE THE DATE!

fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. The trip
                                                                                                                                                                     Barbara Rinella – “Living Literature”

made the aviatrix a national celebrity — with help from her
                                                                                                                                                                  performer (more info in the June Lifestyles)

publicist George Putnam (Gere), whom she fell in love with
                                                                                                                                                                          Wednesday, September 15

and eventually married.
                                                                                                                                                                              Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                     Doors Open: 8:30am / Breakfast: 9am
                                                                                                                                                                            Presentation: 10-11am

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Sponsored by Citizen’s First National Bank
Our thanks for another year of sponsorship!
All resident golf carts are welcome to participate in our
parade. You do not have to decorate your cart to be part of
this event – just enjoy the ride and the festivities. Those
who love to decorate carts – please do so...design a theme
for your cart or join together with family, friends, clubs or
neighbors to create a multi-cart theme. The more the
merrier! Back by popular demand: The Sun City Concert
Band preparing to present you with a patriotic treat in the
amphitheater prior to the parade. More details to follow.
Resident bikes, walkers and motorcycles are welcome to
join the parade. The Mavericks Band will play in the
parade in honor of Bill Fleck.
  Sunday, June 27
  Check cart(s) in 9:30-10:30am under main entrance
  canopy, Prairie Lodge
  11am-12pm Sun City Band Concert at Amphitheater
  12:15pm Trophies
  12:30pm Step-Off Time Whisper Creek Parking Lot
  Registration Required/No Fee/Forms at Member
  Services Desk

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One Day Trips                                                                  IMPORTANT NOTICE
                                                                            MID-LIFE CRISIS, May 26
                                                                     Departs at 11:15am from Meadow View Lodge
Please check the featured news article at
www.OurSunCityHuntley.net for current availability
information.                                                                 WAIT LIST TRIPS
                                                                                 5/19 Wisconsin favorites (1900-02)
                                                                          5/24 Chicago Architectural River Cruise (1902-02
– Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
                                                                                    5/26 Mid-Life Crisis (1103-02
                                                                                      6/08 Billy Elliot (1205-10)

– Those bringing wheelchairs, please arrive 30 minutes
  We will leave on time!                                                              6/09 Billy Elliot (1206-10)

  early so your caregiver/partner can load the equipment
                                                                                   6/18 Day in the City (2000-03)
                                                                                      7/15 Wind Farm (1902-03)
  onto the bus.
– Wear your Sun City I.D. badge for easy identification.
                                                                  Please add your names to the waitlists so we will know to add a

– There are no wheelchairs or walkers available for trips.
                                                                   second bus. For complete descriptions of all the One Day Trips,

  Please bring one if needed.
                                                                  please check www.oursuncityhuntley.net, click on Activities, then
                                                                      One Day Trips or call 847-515-7650 to check availability.
– If you are registered to go on a trip and are unable to
  attend, please contact the Member Services Desk as               A Few Tickets May Still Be Available
                                                                         5/18 Legends Showcase at White Pines (1102-02)
                                                                       6/10 Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers (1001-03A)
– Trips may be cancelled due to low enrollment.
  soon as possible!
                                                                              6/23 Big Bands Lunch Cruise (1601-03)
– At registration, please let us know if you have special

– Seating priority is given to those who pre-register and
  seating needs.
                                                                             SAVE THE DATES!
  bus. Also note, the number of special seating requests
  use canes, walkers, or place wheelchairs under the
                                                                                    TRIPS IN THE WORKS
  on any given day, will determine if an able-bodied trip
                                                                   July 29 Chorus Line • September 15, Four Lads • October 10,

  partner will be able to sit with one who has made the
                                                                   Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 28, 7 Brides/7 Brothers, 11, I Do I Do

  special seating request.
                                                                       December 1 & 5, Fireside Christmas, 29, Hello Dolly

– Friends, if you would like to sit together be sure to have
                                                                     Chicago Film tour, Progressive lunch-Dubuque Mansion

  the staff enter the names when registering. We will try
  our best, but we cannot guarantee all seats will be
                                                               1901-02 ANDERSON JAPANESE GARDENS –
                                                               ROCKFORD, IL
                                                               Relax and enjoy the tranquility of Anderson Japanese
– PLEASE NOTE: Please respect the bus company's
                                                               Gardens with a docent-let-tour of the most authentic
  alcohol policy. Alcoholic beverages are not to be
                                                               Japanese gardens outside of Japan, featuring tumbling
  consumed on the bus unless prior arrangements are
                                                               waterfalls, formal gardens, Koi ponds and a 16th century
                                                               Sukiya-style teahouse. Lunch is included. Choose from one
 Guest registration available two weeks after first
 announcement. Guests will be required to sign a waiver
                                                               of three entrees at registration: (1) Kaluaha Shrimp Salad

 before boarding the bus.
                                                               or (2) Veggie Wrap or (3) Garden Chicken Salad on a
 Please note! Meet the bus at the designated times
 listed. If you are delayed or have an emergency, please       NOTE: Good mobility is essential! Tour includes steps, paths
 have someone call the emergency numbers given. If you         & bridges. No handrails. Wear comfortable walking shoes.
 do not return to your bus seat by the departing time, you     Benches through-out the garden to sit and meditate, or just
 may need to provide your own return transportation            relax. Should inclement weather occur (thunder or
 and/or be charged additional transportation costs.            lightening) we will notify you of a rescheduled trip. Don’t
 Thank you for your cooperation!                               miss one of the great treasures of Illinois!
The following shoes will indicate the amount of walking
for each trip.
                                                                 Monday, May 17
                                                                 Depart: 10:30am / Return: 4:30pm
Little Walking
                                                                 $51pp / Includes docent tour, lunch, driver tip &
Some Walking                                                     Min. 35 / Max. 52
Lots of Walking
                                                                 Escorts: Susan Carlins & Pat Morgan

Extensive Walking


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1802-02 M.S.O.E. GROHMANN MUSEUM &                               1400-03 POLISH FEST, MAIER FESTIVAL PARK,
The Man at Work art collection has more than 700 European        Come to America’s largest Polish Festival in its 29th year
and American paintings and sculptures that depict various        held at Milwaukee’s Maier Park along the shore of beautiful
forms of work. The Eckhart G. Grohmann collection at the         Lake Michigan.
Milwaukee School Of Engineering is the world’s most
                                                                 Visit the Sukiennice Marketplace, Cultural Village, vodka
comprehensive collection of its kind. The art works span
                                                                 tasting and cooking demonstrations. Sample the food at
more than 400 years of history and comprise a variety of
                                                                 more than 30 vendors. Enjoy nine stages of music and top
styles and subjects that document the evolution of organized
                                                                 entertainment such as Jimmy Sturr & his Orchestra, Polka
work, from manpower and horsepower to water, steam and
                                                                 Country Musicians, The Polka Family Band, John Gora &
electrical power. Displayed on three floors (elevator
                                                                 Gorale, the Music Connection, Norm Dombrowski & the
available). Don’t miss the green roof garden with (12) 9 foot
                                                                 Happy Notes, and Squeezebox. You will have a fun time.
tall and (6) 5-6 foot tall bronze statues and the curators
unique office. Three docents are provided for our groups.          Saturday, June 19
Lunch is on your own, on the famous “Old World Third
                                                                   Depart: 3:30pm / Return: 12am
Street.” An improvised street map will be available showing
                                                                   $35pp / Includes festival admission, driver tip and
restaurant and store locations including Mader’s German
Restaurant and Usingers Sausage Store. Coolers will be
                                                                   Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                   Escorts: Don & Ellie Espeseth

We'll tour the Great Lakes, award winning, Distillery of
Milwaukee and then sample their 7 award winning products
before turning homeward.                                         1903-03 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HILLSIDE
                                                                 STUDIO & THEATER TOUR - SPRING GREEN, WI
                                                                 We start our day with a docent led tour of Wright’s original
  Tuesday, May 25
                                                                 1902 boarding school; converted in the 1930’s into his school
  Depart: 7:30am / Return 5:30pm
                                                                 of architecture. We’ll see living, active spaces, including
  $33pp / Includes tours, docents, driver tip & transportation
                                                                 students in the drafting studio, assembly hall and jewel-like
  Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                 theater. All the while learning about Wright’s life and
  Escorts: Julie & Bernie Kloep
                                                                 prolific career.
                                                                 Lunch at the Old Feed Mill in Mazomani, WI, built in 1857
                  1001-03 CHICAGO CUBS VS.                       and now renovated into a historic masterpiece. Lunch at
                    MILWAUKEE BREWERS AT                         1pm consisting of a salad, fresh baked bread, dessert and
                    MILLER PARK, MILWAUKEE, WI                   beverage.
                    Here is our 2010 trip
                    dates! An afternoon
                                                                 WHEN SIGNING UP YOU CHOOSE: Yankee Pot Roast or
                   and an evening trip is
                                                                 Chicken Marsala and for dessert, warm bread pudding
                offered.      Both games
                                                                 with warm caramel sauce or triple chocolate turtle torte.
include LODGE INFIELD SEATING IN                                 We end our day touring the very small and unique Capital
SECTION 211. The Chicago Cubs is consid-                         Brewery in Middleton, WI. Having won over 80 awards
ered a “Marquee” game where senior dis-                          since 1986, I’m sure you will want to sample some of the six
counted tickets are not available.                               or more German style beers.
  Sec. B: Friday, September 10 (7:10pm Game Time)                Wear your walking shoes as our day includes some stairs,
  Depart: 4pm / Return: 12am*                                    walking, standing and some uneven terrain. Bring a
  $86pp / per game / Max. 52 per Game                            morning snack if you would like.
  Escorts: Mary Fiala / Pat Morgan                                 Tuesday, June 22
                                                                   Depart: 8am / Return: 6pm
  *Please note, we cannot guarantee return times due to the        $63pp / Includes all tours, lunch, tip, drivers
  nature of baseball!                                              tip & transportation
                                                                   Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                   Escorts: Julie & Bernie Kloep

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1502-04 JUMER’S CASINO, ROCK ISLAND, IL                           1904-04 OLD & NEW GOLD COASTS, CHICAGO,
Jumer’s Casino feature’s over 1,100 slots and 24 table games      IL WITH BILL HINCHLIFF
with a live poker room. This casino is non-smoking. You           We will meet our docent, Bill Hinchliff, and proceed to The
have asked for more time at Jumer’s so we added one hour.         Old Gold Coast, which includes the Glessner House and the
We will have $5 Casino play on our cards when we arrive           Widow Clarke homes adjacent to each other and the
and receive a coupon for $5 off their Player’s Buffet of $8.99.   museum. In the late 19th century, Prairie Avenue was known
Jumer’s has Double Points on Tuesday. The first 52 to sign        as “millionaires’ row.” After lunch we will stroll along Astor
up will be on Bus #1, all others on Bus #2, absolutely no         Street on The New Gold Coast with our docent, as well as
changes, so please sign up with your friends to make sure         drive around this magnificent area.
you are on the same bus.
                                                                    Tuesday, July 13
REGISTRATION WILL BE AT PRAIRIE LODGE                               Depart: 9am / Return: 5pm
MEMBER SERVICES DESK ONLY.                                          $49pp / Includes docent led tour, admission to the
You must fill out their Manifest with your Full Name as
                                                                    museum, driver tip & transportation
shown on your Driver’s License, Passport or Government
                                                                    Lunch is on your own at Navy Pier
Issued Photo ID as well as your Address and Date of Birth.
                                                                    Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                    Escorts: Karen Richardson & Mary Fiala
  Tuesday, June 29
  Depart: 8am / Return: 7pm
  $33pp / Includes $5 casino play, $5 coupon off
  buffet, driver tip & transportation
                                                                  1205-05 BILLY ELLIOT TRIP ADDED!
                                                                  The Oriental-Ford Center for the Performing Arts, Chicago.
  Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                  Please check trip availability as this trip was first offered to
  Escorts: Karen Richardson & Mary Fiala
                                                                  the wait list!
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We offer you a day of exploring down town Madison for
                                                                    (Enjoy dinner on your own after the

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tour of the majestic state capital building. We will see the

                                                                    Departs: 12:15pm / Returns: 8:30pm
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restored rotunda, beautiful marbles and mosaics and murals
                                                                    $119pp / Includes orchestra seats, drivers

on a 50/60 minute guided tour. You may wish to walk to
                                                                    tip, and motorcoach transportation

Monona Terrace, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed convention
center, on Lake Monona. Admission is FREE or a $3 docent
led tour is available.                                            1905-04 HISTORIC MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN
We will have a down town map available listing 4 museums
                                                                  RIVER & LAKE MICHIGAN TOUR
                                                                  We begin our day with a tour of the Basilica of St. Josaphat.
and 5 art museums. You can also browse State St. a 7 block
                                                                  A magnificent 103 year old landmark, patterned after St.
long pedestrian mall loaded with specialty shops and over 3
                                                                  Peters in Rome. As our docent will point out, it’s architecture,
dozen restaurants. Lunch is on your own.
                                                                  stained glass and murals were all refurbished in 1996 and are
Our day ends at the far end of State St. on the campus of the     a tribute to Milwaukee’s history and heritage.
University of Wisconsin with the Chazen Museum of Art
and The Wisconsin Historical Museum. The U of W
                                                                  Our Italian lunch, at noon, will be a mixed green salad,
Memorial Union is our location to depart for home at 4pm.
                                                                  bread, spaghetti with marinara and chicken Parmigiana,
Bring a morning or afternoon snack if you like.
                                                                  served family style; our dessert is cheesecake and
                                                                  The hour and one half narrated cruise on the Milwaukee
  Thursday, July 8
                                                                  River and Lake Michigan Harbor will give us a unique
  Depart: 7:30am / Return: 6:30pm
                                                                  presentation of the city’s history and skyline. Bring an AM
  $28pp / Includes driver tip and transportation
                                                                  snack and your camera, if you like.
  Min. 35 / Max. 52
  Escorts: Julie & Bernie Kloep
                                                                    Thursday, July 15
                                                                    Depart: 7:30am / Return: 6:15pm
                                                                    $61pp / Includes both tours, lunch, tax & tip, driver tip
                                                                    and transportation
                                                                    Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                    Escorts: Julie & Bernie Kloep

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1402-05 FESTA ITALIANA IN MILWAUKEE’S                                                                                                                        GERMAN FEST CONT.
Romance, nostalgia and the aroma of rich Italian delicacies
                                                                                                                                                               Min. 35 / Max. 52
fill the air at the nation’s largest Italian-American festival.
                                                                                                                                                               Escorts: Don & Ellie Espeseth
This lakefront celebration will feature more than 30
restaurants, bakeries and delis serving the widest variety of
Italian and Sicilian food this side of Rome. Gondola rides,
bocce, bingo, nine stages of top entertainment, grape
                                                                                                                                                             1003-04 WHITE SOX AT CELLULAR FIELD—
stomping and much more will keep you entertained at this
                                                                                                                                                             TWO GAMES & PATIO PARTY INCLUDED!
                                                                                                                                                             We arrive at approximately 5:30pm to enjoy an “all-you-can-
premier Italian cultural event.
                                                                                                                                                             eat buffet!” The delicious menu catered by Baseball Buffet
                                                                                                                                                             features BBQ ribs, Cajun chicken, fried chicken, hot dogs,
                                                                                                                                                             hamburgers, side salads, wine, Miller and Pepsi products.
  Friday, July 16                                                                      NE
                                                                                               ! NEW! NEW! NEW!


                                                                                                                                                             The party starts one-and-a-half hours before the game and
  Depart: 1:45pm / Return: 10:45pm



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                                                                                                                                                             lasts 30 minutes into the game!
  $36pp / Includes transportation,

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                                                                                                                                                               Departs: 3:45pm / Return: 11:45pm (approx)
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  Escorts: Gerry and Jan Smith
                                                                                                                                                               Includes Section 105 seats (both games), patio party,
                                                                                                                                                               driver tip, bus parking, & transportation.
                                                                                                                                                               Sec. A - Monday, July 26: Seattle Mariners
1100-04 “SUGAR” & BRUNCH AT DRURY LANE,                                                                                                                        $63pp (1/2 Price Monday) / Min. 35 / Max. 52 per game
OAKBROOK                                                                                                                                                       Escorts: Eugene Rhodes and Pat Morgan
You are cordially invited to celebrate July at Drury Lane,
Oakbrook for their “award winning brunch” “Truly a taste
                                                                                                                                                               Sec. B - Tuesday, August 24: Baltimore Orioles

of the best.” Next, we journey to an exceptional Broadway
                                                                                                                                                               $81pp / Min. 35 / Max. 52 per game

musical, “SUGAR” based on the movie “Some Like it Hot,”
                                                                                                                                                               Escorts: Gerry and Jan Smith

which earned 4 Tony award nominations. The highly
creative Jim Corti magically directs this outrageous comedy
with fantastic Broadway tunes. Join us for a day of laughter,
great music and great food. A Treasure Not To Be Missed!
                                                                                                                                                             1906-04 TOUCH OF GLASS—Reflections on
                                                                                                                                                             Chicago’s Glass Architecture
                                                                                                                                                             Only in a city with an architectural heritage as rich as
                                                                                                                                                             Chicago’s could we spend an entire day exploring the
  Sunday, July 18

                                                                                                                                                             wonders of glass building designs! This unique outing will
  Depart: 11am / Return: 6pm

                                                                                                                                                             give you a “window” on Chicago’s breathtaking glass
  $82pp / Includes brunch, show, tax, tip, driver tip &

                                                                                                                                                             creations, both historical and contemporary.            Our

                                                                                                                                                             professionally guided tour will include Mies van der Rohe’s
  Min. 35 / Max. 52

                                                                                                                                                             masterpiece, Crown Hall, a National Historical Landmark, at
  Escorts: Susan Carlins & Pat Morgan

                                                                                                                                                             the IIT Campus. Lunch is at Riva’s Restaurant with a
                                                                                                                                                             guided tour of the Smith Museum of Stained Glass at Navy
                                                                                                                                                             Pier. We then depart for Skokie to tour the award winning
                                                                                                                                                             Optima Old Orchard Woods. Optima is an example of

                                                                                                                                                             visually stunning glass architecture designed for residential
German fest is in its 30th year of music, food and fun! Enjoy
entertainment direct from Germany such as Armin Stockl,                                                                                                      living featuring environmentally friendly green construction
Geschwister David, Claudia & Alexx and Regina Thoss and                                                                                                      with green terraces.
dance groups in authentic costumes on 8 stages. Try real
German foods such as spanferkel, bratwurst, schnitzel,
                                                                                                                                                               Tuesday, July 27
                                                                                                                                                               Depart: 9am / Return: 5pm

potato pancakes, funnel cakes and bienenstitch all
goulash dinner with spatzle, red cabbage, dumplings,                                                                                                           $69pp / Includes lunch, tip, professional guide, driver

prepared fresh daily on the grounds. Grab a stein and cool
                                                                                                                                                               tip and transportation

off with your favorite brew.           Watch woodcarvers,
                                                                                                                                                               Min. 40 / Max. 50

ornamental iron workers and other craftsmen demonstrate
                                                                                                                                                               Escorts: Gerry and Jan Smith

old-world artistry. Special rollback to 1981 admission price
of $3 is payable at the gate.
  Friday, July 23
  Depart: 3:30pm / Return: 12am
  $26pp / Includes driver tip and transportation

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CHICAGO, IL PLUS LUNCH AT LA VILLA                                GROVE – MADISON, WI CONT.
We will drop you off on Delaware where you may go up and
                                                                  Next stop is the Bavaria Sausage House. We will bring iced
purchase a ticket to observe the varied Architecture of our
                                                                  coolers as we suspect you will find something to bring home.
great city from the John Hancock Observatory. A David
                                                                  They stock over 100 different types of sausages and over 100
Schwimmer narrated Sky Tour created by Discover Channels
                                                                  different types of cheeses including many imported
Antenna Audio is included in your senior price of $11. On a
                                                                  European food items.
clear day you can see three states. Or, you may wish to just
shop on Michigan Avenue.                                          You may bring a morning snack, if you like.
Lunch is included at LaVilla Restaurant, where we received          Monday, August 2
rave reviews from our Murals Tour last year! Lunch of               Depart: 7:45am / Return: 5:45pm
minestrone soup, house salad, pasta, chicken breast,                $55pp / Includes gardens, conservatory, lunch, tax & tip,
                                                                    driver tip & transportation
with chocolate or strawberry topping. You may purchase
roasted potato, bread & butter, coffee, tea, vanilla ice cream
                                                                    Min. 35 / Max. 52
liquor on your own.                                                 Escorts: Julie & Bernie Kloep
  Wednesday, July 28
  Depart: 9am / Return 4pm
  $38.50pp / Includes lunch, tax & tip, driver
                                                                  1908-04 WRIGLEY FIELD BACKSTAGE TOUR &
  tip & transportation
                                                                  LUNCH AT HARRY CARAY’S TAVERN, CHICAGO
                                                                  Say what you want about the Chicago Cubs, but they have
  Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                  the best stadium in baseball. Every step yields a new
  Escorts: Karen Richardson & Mary Fiala
                                                                  surprise, discovery or quirk. “Oh, if these walls could talk –
                                                                  what stories they would tell!” Let’s just say this about
                                                                  Wrigley: on a sunny afternoon, hanging out with friends,
                                                                  watching a game here is one of Chicago’s great experiences
                                                                  not to be missed. Holy Cow! Ballpark buffet following our
Plan for a day overlooking Arlington Park with buffet lunch,
                                                                  tour at Harry Caray’s Tavern.
and three-hour beer and wine bar, soda and assorted juices.
Cocktails can be purchased. Buffet open at approximately            Tuesday, August 3
12:30pm. We’ll leave the park after the conclusion of the last      Depart: 9:30am / Return: 4:30pm
race at 4:45pm. Please adhere to Arlington Park’s Dress             $63pp / Includes tour, lunch, tax & tip,
Code: Men-Sport coat & collared shirt or polo Shirt. Ladies:        driver tip & transportation
Conservative Dresses, skirts & blouses or pantsuits. Please         Min. 35 / Max. 52
NO LADIES OR MEN’S Athletic shoes! Please arrive to                 Escorts: Pat Morgan & Susan Carlins
Prairie Lodge in the requested apparel, otherwise we cannot
guarantee that you will be seated with the group.
  Thursday, July 29
                                                                  1101-03 RING OF FIRE AT THE FIRESIDE, FORT
  Departs: 11:30am / Return: 6pm
                                                                  ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
                                                                  The man in black! This artist needs no other introduction.
  $80pp / Includes entrance, daily racing guide guide,
                                                                  Johnny Cash is an icon - a great singer/ songwriter whose
  buffet, tax, tips, driver tip & motorcoach transportation.
                                                                  work has touched millions of devoted fans. And now The
  Escorts: Carolyn & Eugene Rhodes
                                                                  Fireside is proud to present this musical tribute to one of
                                                                  Americas greatest musical superstars. Fresh from a successful
                                                                  Broadway run Ring Of Fire has it all - the drama of his
                                                                  memorable life and career told by a cast of talented
                                                                  singer/musicians and over 40 of his great hits including "I
We will spend our morning appreciating eleven different
                                                                  Walk the Line," FolsumPrison Blues," "Jackson" and of course
types of outdoor gardens. You won’t want to miss the huge
                                                                  "Ring of Fire" (written by his wife/collaborator June Carter
Bolz Conservatory display or the array of beautiful butterflies
                                                                  Cash). Johnny Cash fans will be thrilled with this exciting
flying freely about you.
                                                                  journey through the life andwork of this great artist. But you
Lunch is at 1:15pm in the Quivey stone house. After lunch         don't need to be a fan to enjoy this stirring show. You only
we will explore the house and unusual barn. At signup             need to love great music and you will love Ring Of Fire.
choose either: Roast beef with mashed potatoes and gravy or
boneless filets of trout with parmesan potatoes.

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RING OF FIRE AT THE FIRESIDE, FORT                                                                                                                           GENEVA INN CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH & ART IN
ATKINSON, WISCONSIN CONT.                                                                                                                                    THE PARK, LAKE GENEVA CONT.
Menu includes, Salad, Baked Stuffed Pork Chop w/dressing,
whipped potatoes w/pork gravy, apple sauce and asparagus
                                                                                                                                                                                        $47pp / Includes brunch, art show, transportation,

spears. For dessert, Peach Melba.
                                                                                                                                                                                        and bus tip
                                                                                                                                                                                        Min. 35 / Max. 52
                                                                                                                                                                                        Escorts: Pat Morgan & Susan Carlins
  Wednesday, August 4
  Depart: 8:45am /Return: 5:45pm
  $93pp / Includes show, lunch tax, tip, driver tip &
                                                                                                                                                                         1900-05 FAIR OAKS FARMS,
  Min. 35 / Max. 50                                                                                                                                                                                       NEW
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

                                                                                                                                                                           FAIR OAKS, IN

                                                                                                                                                                            Follow the process from grass to glass. Visit
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  Escorts: Carolyn & Eugene Rhode

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                                                                                                                                                                         which uses sophisticated and sustainable green

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                                                                                                                                                             agribusiness practices. Go to the Dairy Museum, the 3D/4D
                                                                                                                                                             movie, milking parlor, cow barns, birthing barn (averaging 80
                                                                                                                                                             calves a day) and the award winning cheese and ice cream
Enjoy a delicious Brunch at Theatre at the Center and the
                                                                                                                                                             plant. The behind the scenes tour is on an air conditioned bus
Tony Award nominated JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, the
                                                                                                                                                             with short walks.
first rock Opera, created as a concept album at the end of the
turbulent ‘60s. ComposerAndrew LloydWebber and Lyricist
Tim Rice created a new kind of Jesus. Prophet and rock star
                                                                                                                                                                                        Monday, August 23

whose appeal stems as much from the crowd’s energy as
                                                                                                                                                                                        Depart: 8am/Return: 5:15pm

from his own inspirational message. Propelled by a stirring
                                                                                                                                                                                        $49pp/Includes farm admission, lunch buffet, tax,

score, by turns driving and majestic, satirical and tender,
                                                                                                                                                                                        gratuity, driver tip & transportation

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR illuminates the transcendent
                                                                                                                                                                                        Min. 35 / Max: 52

power of the human spiritwith a passion that goes straight to
                                                                                                                                                                                        Escorts: Don & Ellie Espeseth

the heart.
   Sunday, August 8
   Depart: 11am / Return: 7pm                                                                                                                                1206-05 LION KING RETURNS TO THE CADILLAC
                                                                                                                                                             PALACE THEATRE FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
                                                                                                                                                             After five long years, the “Lion King” returns to downtown
   $83pp / Includes brunch, show, driver tip &

                                                                                                                                                             Chicago. You will be able to marvel at the breathtaking

                                                                                                                                                             spectacle of animals brought to life by award-wining director
   Min. 35 / Max. 52

                                                                                                                                                             Julie Taylor, whose visual images for this show you’ll
   Escorts: Karen Richardson & Mary Fiala

                                                                                                                                                             remember forever! Thrill to the pulsating rhythms of the
                                                                                                                                                             African Pride lands and an unforgettable score including
                                                                                                                                                             Elton John and Tim Rice’s Oscar-winning song, “Can You
                                                                                                                                                             Feel The Love Tonight” and “The Circle of Life.” We have
2200-05 GENEVA INN CHAMPAGNE                                                                NEW
                                                                                               ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

                                                                                                                                                             scheduled one afternoon performance where you can enjoy
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                                                                                                                                                             dinner afterwards, or an evening show and enjoy dinner
                                                       ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

Savor a breathtaking panoramic view at the
                                                                                                                                  ! NEW! NEW! NEW!

Geneva Inn’s "Grandview Restaurant,"                                                                                                                         before the show! Please note seating location for differs for


                                                                                                                                                             each show. If demand warrants, additional trips will be


located on the Lake Geneva shoreline. Join us for

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a Champagne Brunch in one of the most beautiful places in                                                                                                    added! So, please place your name on the wait list!
the Midwest! Our next stop, will be the 30th Annual "Art in
the Park" juried fine art show, or you may journey into Lake
                                                                                                                                                                                        Sec. A Wednesday, November 10: 2pm Matinee

Geneva’s shopping district, just a block away. Upon
                                                                                                                                                                                        (Enjoy dinner on your own after the show!)
                                                                                                                                                                                        Departs: 12:15pm / Returns: 8:30pm
registration, please select one of the following entreés:                                                                                                                               $121pp / Includes orchestra seats, drivers tip, and
Steak & Eggs Benedict, or Pan Seared Chicken Breast                                                                                                                                     motorcoach transportation
served with linguini, or Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes with
tomato potato ragout, wilted spinich & cucmber honey                                                                                                                                    Sec. B Thursday, November 11: 7:30pm Performance
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EDUCATIONAL                                                       GUIDED WILDFLOWER LAKE WALK & TALK
OPPORTUNITIES                                                     has been with the district for 11 years. Come walk and
LECTURES AND CLASSES                                                Tuesday, June 22 (Rain Date: June 29), 10-11:30am
Learn Something!                                                    Meet at Wildflower Lake Comfort station

Please sign up early and often so we can continue to offer
“ALL RESIDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME”                                                3705-05 JULY 30: LIFE-ALTERING

these quality programs at affordable costs and still meet
                                                                                  EXPERIENCES OF A VIETNAM NURSE
                                                                                   Joan Skiba served in Vietnam as a nurse for
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    Entertain the Mind Lectures
                                                                  career as an educator. Joan has an invaluable story to tell
                                                                  and you’ll leave her lecture thinking “bigger”!
These lectures are scheduled on Friday at Meadow View
Lodge at 10am. Unless otherwise noted below, a minimum
of 25 per class is needed. Lectures are $5pp unless otherwise             Friday, July 30, 10am
indicated.                                                                $5pp
As one who said "the future belongs to those who believe in
the beauty of their dreams," Jessica Michna will interpret the
life of Eleanor Roosevelt, "first lady of the world." In
addition to the information about family life, we can expect
to learn about Eleanor's efforts as a worldwide ambassador
and lifelong advocate of social, political, and economic
justice for all.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Jessica Michna developed a
love of American History at an early age, visiting the many
Revolutionary and Civil War sites in the area. Her love of
both history and the theater was encouraged by an older
brother. During her high school years she appeared in
various productions and designed and constructed
costumes. She was offered a scholarship to the Goodman
School of Theater in Chicago. Jessica's theatrical aspirations    3706-05 AUGUST 27: SAIL AWAY NORWAY’S
were put on hold while she raised a family of four                COAST! HURTIGRUTEN—A JOURNEY ACROSS
daughters. She earned a degree in psychology from the UW          TIME!
and worked several years as a research and teaching               Hurtigruten (literally “the fast route” in Norwegian) refers
assistant. After several years in the healthcare field, Jessica   to ships that sail the coast of Norway 365 days each year in
decided to return to her two great loves, history and the         the “midnight sun” of summer and the darkness of “polar
theater.                                                          winter”, constantly re-supplying the country. Jon Satrum’s
                                                                  pictorial lecture encompasses Hurtigruten’s 117 year
  Friday, May 14 10am                                             history as we join him on a journey discovering how the
  $6 per person / If space allows, tickets at the door $8 per     Norwegian Coastal Voyage came into being, and changed
  person                                                          across time to become the modern sailing fleet of today.
                                                                  We’ll finish with a sea voyage along some of the most
3701-04 GUIDED WILDFLOWER LAKE                                    beautiful scenery in the world. Traveling from
WALK & TALK                                                       Bergen to Kirkenes in June, the midnight
Join us for an early summer nature walk at Wildflower Lake        sun is one of the stars of the journey.
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                                                                   3003-03 PAINTED FLOWER POT FLORAL
  Arts & Craft Classes                                             ARRANGEMENT
                                                                   Geri Rizzo will take you on a painting journey with a
BASKET-MAKING SERIES                                               sponge! Sponge paint your flower pot and then make a
You will learn all the techniques by instructor Mary Price and     floral arrangement in it to welcome Spring and Summer.
receive all the supplies necessary to create beautiful practical   All supplies will be provided but please bring wire cutters
baskets for your home. Fee includes all materials.                 if you can…
The minimum per class (including both baskets) will always           Tuesday, May 4, 10am-12:30pm if necessary
be 2 and the maximum will be 10. If we do not have the               Meadow View Lodge / Elm
minimum by Wednesday of the preceding week, the instructor           $30pp / Min. 5 / Max. 12
will cancel the class. Registrations will end 5 days prior class
date! No exceptions!                                               3004-03 KEEPSAKE BOX
                                                                   Geri will provide all the supplies you need to decorate a
                                                                   nice keepsake box for yourself or to use as a gift – great
The following classes are held in the Meadow View Lodge,

                                                                   idea for a grandchild to receive also. Please bring scissors
9am-4pm, rooms subject to change.
REGULAR BASKET CLASSES 9am-4pm                                     and a glue gun to class if you can.
3804-04 May 10  Hearth Basket                            $46
                Desk Top Organizer                       $29         Monday, June 7, 10am-12:30pm if necessary
3805-04 May 24  Knitter’s Basket                         $51         Meadow View Lodge / Elm
                Friendship Basket                        $22         $20pp / Min. 5 / Max. 12
3806-04 June 7  Multi Dish Carrier                       $54
                                                                   3005-03 DECORATED NITE LITES
                                                                   Summer is here and this might be a great time to bring
                Veggie Tray                              $42

                                                                   grandchildren in to decorate a nite light of their own.
3807-04 June 14 Large Picnic Basket                      $60
                Key Wall Basket                          $30
3808-04 July 5  Victorian Laundry                        $70       Remember however, children need to be a minimum

                                                                   separately as a guest. All supplies are provided but
                Table Top Planter                        $40       age of 12 for this project and must be registered

                                                                   please bring a glue gun if you have one.
3809-04 July 12 Plaid Hexagon                            $46
                Mocha Twist Market                       $32
OPEN WEAVE MAKE-UP SESSIONS, 9am-1pm                                 Monday, July 12 10am-12pm
3810-04A      Tuesday, May 18                            $20         Meadow View Lodge / Elm
3810-04B      Monday, June 28                            $20         $20pp / Min. 5 Max. 12
3810-04C      Monday, July 26                            $20
                                                                   3000-04 DRYING FLOWERS NATURALLY
                                                                   Geri Rizzo will demonstrate how to dry flowers
                                                                   naturally. Then she will teach you how to make a

                                                                   handmade potpourri decoration. Please bring scissors
This class is for both beginning and continuing mosaic
students. With instructional input from returning Mosaics          and glue gun. All supplies will be provided.
instructor, Lisa Black, this program is designed to provide
flexibility for you to work at your own pace! Sign up for a
                                                                     Tuesday, August 24, 10am-12pm

session (listed below), or one class at a time. All tools are
                                                                     Meadow View Lodge/ Oak

provided for use during each class. Material costs are extra to
                                                                     $18pp Min. 5 / Max. 15

enable students to bring their own item to mosaic, or purchase
items from a limited supply on hand (such as trays, lazy-           General Interest Classes
susans, mirrors, wine coolers, etc.) Supply your own tiles, or
purchase tiles, and other tesserae from the large                  3503-02 BRIDGE II: MORE FUN AT BRIDGE
inventory on hand or both. Please e-mail Lisa Black at             This is the follow-on course to Bridge I. This course will
lisablack@comcast.net with any questions.                          include doubles, overcalls, pre-emptive bidding and the
                                                                   basic conventions played in this area the country:
Unless otherwise noted, all class are held on Thursdays in the
                                                                   Stayman, Transfers, Weak Two Bids and Strong 2 Club
Willow Room /Meadow View Lodge: 9am to 11am.
                                                                   Openings. This is also a good course for those who
  Session 3: May 6, 13, 20 (3 weeks)                               haven’t played for a while and wish to brush up their
  $60pp per session / $20pp per single class                       game and bring it to modern levels of play. Instruction by
  Session 4: June 10, 17, 24 (3 weeks)                             David Germaine.
  $60pp per session / $20pp per single class                         Friday, April 16-June 4, 9-11am
                                                                     Multipurpose Room
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3300-02 PREPARE YOUR SKIN FOR SUMMER –                                                                                                                    WRITER’S CAMP CONT.
                                                                                                                                                          will see how Write On can help you with your own writing
                                                                                                                                                          skills. Come, watch and participate as members of the
Licensed Esthetician, Eira Michelutti will explain the
                                                                                                                                                          group read some of their best essays, short stories,
different sun products, how to use them and choose them
                                                                                                                                                          memoirs, skits, plays, etc. No badges, awards, sunscreen
for your skin type. There will be a demonstration on how
                                                                                                                                                          or mosquito bites at this camp…but there will be snacks
the right foundation will enhance your coloring and
                                                                                                                                                          and plenty of fun for everyone!
protect your skin. Everyone in class may have their skin
analyzed for the proper sun protection and sign up for a                                                                                                    Friday, June 25, 1pm
chance to win a product.                                                                                                                                    Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                            $5pp / Max. 48
  Monday, May 3, 10 am
  Meadow View Lodge / Oak
  $6pp Early Registration / $8pp at the door                                                                                                                 Gardening Classes
  Min. 5 / Max. 8
                                                                                                                                                          3100-02 GARDENING CLASSES
3302-03 BASIC SIGN LANGUAGE CLASS                                                                                                                         For a number of years, Ed Schuckert, resident and
Learn basic alphabet and “picture” signs in this class                                                                                                    University of Illinois Master Gardener, has set up a table in
designed to introduce participants to the world of the deaf                                                                                               the Prairie Lodge to help residents with their lawn and
and their colorful communications. Signing can                                                                                                            garden questions. This year Ed will be increasing his efforts
be useful in situations where your partner or patient                                                                                                     to help residents keep their yards and gardens beautiful.
temporarily or permanently is unable to speak.                                                                                                            These sessions are being presented by the Association with
This two part, one-hour class is facilitated by resident,                                                                                                 Ed Schuckert as the guest speaker. Registration is required.
Rosemary Larson who had deaf parents. Keep learning
new things!
                                                                                                                                                          Sec. C INSECTS AND DISEASES OF PLANTS
                                                                                                                                                          Identify plant pests, problems and how to deal with them.
  PART 1: Thursday May 6, 1pm
                                                                                                                                                            Monday, May 17th, 6:30-8pm
  PART 2: Tuesday May 11, 1pm
                                                                                                                                                            Drendel Ballroom
  Meadow View Lodge / Elm                                                                                                                                   Free / Min. 15 / Max. 200
  $4pp / Min. 5 / Max. 15
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Join us for an informative workshop                                                                                                                       the soil in your yard difficult to dig in? Does the dirt seem
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dedicated to helping you to understand your assessment                                                                                                    answer to any of these questions is yes, then consider
and the assessment process; and, how to access useful                                                                                                     signing up for this class with Kathleen Carr. Handouts will
resources available on the internet. The volunteers will                                                                                                  be available. 45 minutes w/questions following.
give special attention to understanding and using “Model
Reports,” reviewing The Property Assessment Council’s
                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, May 4, 1:30pm

comprehensive web site and, the township and county
                                                                                                                                                            Meadow View Lodge / Elm

sites. Participants who register on or before May 19 will
                                                                                                                                                            $3pp / Min. 5 / Max. 50

receive a sample Model Report. Please note that by
registering for this workshop, you are giving permission to
                                                                                                                                                          Sec. E CREATING BEAUTIFUL, LONG LASTING,

share your address with the Property Assessment Council
                                                                                                                                                          FLOWER CONTAINERS WITH PROVEN WINNER

volunteers in order for them to have the model report
                                                                                                                                                          If you haven't heard of them yet, you will. Proven Winner
ready at the class.                                                                                                                                       Annuals are a line of flowers with unequaled beauty and
                                                                                                                                                          durability. Using them in your containers will insure
                                                                                                                                                          beauty in your yard through October. This class with
  Friday, May 21, 9-11am
                                                                                                                                                          Kathleen Carr will lead you through, step by step, through
  Meadow View Lodge: Willow Room
                                                                                                                                                          the planning, planting and positioning of containers of
  $5pp / Min. 5 / Max. 30
                                                                                                                                                          flowers. Handouts will be available. 45 minutes
                                                                                                                                                          w/questions following.
WRITE ON, the Creative Writing Group in Sun City
Huntley is hosting a Writers’ Camp!         Bring your                                                                                                      Thursday, May 27, 1pm
imagination, not your tent and sleeping bag! This Camp                                                                                                      Meadow View Lodge / Elm
will help spark your own creative streak. Best of all, you                                                                                                  $3pp / Min. 5 / Max. 50

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Bill Bendick                     847-659-1237    Barry Marcus (Chairperson)          847-961-5231
BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             FINANCE                                            NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY

Ronald Ghilardi (Recorder)       847-659-1736    Larry LaBeau (Vice Chairperson)     815-353-6699   Myron Shellist                   847-515-8545

Richard Grusdis                  847-961-5545    Ralph Bergstrom                     847-669-3357   Jim Van Fleet                    224-569-2726
Earl Mueller (Chairperson)       224-569-6921    Al Brewer                           224-569-4151   Bonnie Bayser                    847-515-1602
Mike Prena (Vice Chair)          847-669-6475    Bob McGouey                         847-515-1461   Ed Kukulski                      847-961-5718
George Stirn                     847-961-6353    Jim Runtz                           847-659-8558   John Pleban                      847-669-1829
Donald Weissmann                 847-669-2508    Margaret Sanders                    847-707-1327   Staff Advisor: Deanna Loughran, 847-515-7664
Board Liaison: Jim Henley                        Staff Advisor: Bruce Carr,          847-515-7638   Director of Governance & Standards
Staff Advisor: Dave Osborn,      847-515-7618    Director of Finance                                Board Liaison: Jim Roberts       847-659-1569
Maintenance Director                             Delores Drees, Asst. Controller     847-515-7636
Mary Wood,                       847-515-7224    Board Liaison: Bill Ziletti         224-569-3692
Maintenance Administrative Assistant                                                                Ed Schuckert                    847-515-8018
                                                                                                    PROPERTY & GROUNDS

                                                                                                    George Hurt                     847-515-1848
                                                 Ray Charlette                       224-569-4088   James Maynen (Vice Chairperson) 847-515-8462
                                                 FINANCE SUB-COMMITTEE

Dave Rosenfeldt (Chairperson) 847-669-7144       Ed Kukulski                         847-961-5718   Bonnie Bayser (Secretary)       847-515-1602

Linda Davis                      847-515-1430    Priscilla Fuller                    847-669-7088   John James                      847-669-1323
(Vice Chairperson)                               John Shannon                        847-515-3229   Bob Dean                        224-858-4383
Johna Brand (Co-Recorder)        847-669-3647    Donna Edrehi                        847-669-6243   Bob Beaupre (Chair)             847-669-9816
Mary Fiala (Co-Recorder)                         Joe LaBonar                         847-669-1241   Staff Advisor: Dave Osborn,     847-515-7618
Staff Advisor: Cynthia O’Connor, 847-515-7654    Marcie Logan                        224-569-6136   Maintenance Director
Lifestyles Director                              Pat Carapelle                       847-961-5449   Staff Advisor: Joe Bottalla,    847-515-7612
Board Liaison: Jerry Kirschner   847-669-6007                                                       Landscape Maintenance Services Supervisor
                                                   Bruce Carr, Director of Finance   847-515-7638   Board Liaison: Jim Henley       847-961-5729
                                                 Staff Advisors:

                                                   Delores Drees, Asst. Controller   847-515-7636
Helen Shumate (Chairperson)       847-669-8947

Marilyn Schnake (Recorder)        847-669-7783                                                      Linda Youngren                   847-659-1136

Tom Conley                        847-669-3297   Darryl Phillips (Chairperson)       847-515-1140   Jan Hardy                        847-515-8327
                                                 FITNESS ADVISORY

Dorothy Litwin                    224-569-2690   Jim Van Fleet (Vice Chairperson)    224-569-2726   Myron Shellist                   847-515-8545
Carol Love                        847-515-1389   Ralph Bergstrom (Recorder)          847-669-3357   Greg Ward                        224-715-0582
Joe Loughlin                      847-515-3781   Kathryn Winkelhake                  847-659-9776   Bill Pittenger                   815-275-2366
Staff Advisor: Rich Pawlicki,     847-515-7658   Sanford Horn                        847-961-6478
Commun. Coord.                                   Tom Knawa                           224-569-3185   Kathleen Flannery,               847-515-7765
                                                                                                    Staff Advisor:

Board Liaison: Bill Berendt       847-669-8628   Joanie Koplos                       847-344-4191   IT/Communications Director
                                                                                                    Board Liaison: Bill Berendt      847-669-8628
                                                   Bernadette Fortnum                817-515-7669
                                                 Staff Advisors:

John Angerame                    847-515-1583      Rosemary Fermo                    847-515-7621

Bernie Kloep                     847-669-6655      Duane Manz                                       Arlene Angerame               847-515-1583
                                                                                                    WELLNESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Myron Shellist                   847-515-8545    Board Liaison: Jerry Kirschner      847-669-6007   Pamela Roberts                847-659-1569
Bob Beaupre                      847-439-4321                                                       Bonnie Bayser (Vice Chair)    847-515-1602
John Martinez                    847-669-6306                                                       Dan Eickemeyer                847-515-3477
Jeffrey Neis                     224-569-6960    John Anforth                    224-569-6162       Jeannie O'Leary (Chair)       847-659-9675

Staff Advisor: Deanna Loughran, 847-515-7664     Pete Walton (Chairperson)       847-659-1185       Concetta Shellist (Secretary) 847-515-8545
Director of Governance & Standards               Jim Johnson (Vice Chairperson)  847-659-8047       Rhoda Thall                   224-858-4285
                                                 Nancy Riley (Secretary)         847-515-1288
                                                 Fred Miller                     224-569-3970       Cynthia O'Connor              847-515-7654
                                                                                                    Staff Advisors:

Barbara Mosley (Chairperson)      224-569-6119   Dave Osborn, Maintenance Dir.   847-515-7618       Centegra Rep: Nancy Turngren, 847-515-2078

Judith Hurt                       847-515-1848   Joe Bottalla, Landscape         847-515-7612       RN
Jack Edwards                      847-659-8606   Maintenance Services Supervisor                    Board Liaison: Pat Oakley     847-669-6090
Diane Faubl                       847-515-7418   Board Liaison: Bill Berendt     847-669-8628
Judith Frazier                    847-515-3222
Cookie Seiler                     847-659-9502
Mary Ziletti                      224-569-3692   Betty Blocksom                      847-669-4109

                                                 Judy Gurgas                         847-669-2797
Debby Seger, Exec. Admin. Asst.   847-515-7671   David Kirk                          847-669-8822
Staff Advisor:

Board Liaison: Pat Oakley         847-669-6090   Gail Patterson                      847-515-1893
                                                 Gary Myers                          708-738-3300
                                                 Marla Mallett                       847-659-1617
Cheryl Rotermund (Charter Clubs) 847-961-5905    Peter Davis                         847-515-1430

Linda Davis (Charter Clubs)      847-515-1430
Don Espeseth (Charter Clubs)     224-569-3539
Darryl Phillips (Fitness)        847-515-1140
Bonnie Bayser (Wellness Rcrdr.)  847-515-1602
Pat Kirschner                    847-669-6007
Carol Love                       847-515-1389
Kay Winklehake                   847-659-9776
Staff Advisor: Cynthia O'Connor, 847-515-7654
Lifestyle Director
Board Liaison: Bill Berendt      847-669-8628

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May 2010                                                                                                       Lifestyle Calendar
             S U N D AY                     M O N D AY                        T U E S D AY                 W E D N E S D AY               T H U R S D AY                 F R I D AY                  S A T U R D AY
              AH    Activity Hall          FVA Fountain View            RR    Wall Street Reading Room
              AR    Art Room                   Ampitheater              SPL   Sales Parking Lot
              CCR   CAM                    FVP Fountain View            SR    Sewing Room
                    Conference Room            Pavilion                 SL    Social Lounge
              CDR Card Room                GAL Gallery                  SOL   Solarium
              CPR Ceramics & Pottery       GR  Game Room                TC    Tennis Club
                    Room                   LLC Lower Level Conference   WG    Walleye Grill
              DB    Drendel Ballroom       MGW Millgrove Woodshop       WL    Wildflower Lake
              DB-BO Drendel Ballroom       MPR Multipurpose Room

                    Breakout               MVL Meadow View Lodge
                                           OP  Outdoor Pool

                                       6:30am New Activity
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  10am Porcello Estate                                                  10am Greeters Meeting/ GR    1pm Dick Eastman/DB$            9am Intro. To Mosaics/MVL$   9am Bridge II: More Fun at
     Buyers/MPR                           Registration/PL, MVL          10am Painted Flower                                          9am Civics Commitee            Bridge/MPR$
                                       10am Prepare Your Skin for          Pot/MVL$                                                     Mobile/DB                 9am Charter Club Presidents
                                          Summer/MVL$                   1:30pm Good Soil: The Key to                                 9am VTEC Committee             Meeting/MVL
                                       7pm Whose Line Is It                Your Success/MVL$                                            Meeting/MVL
                                          Anyway?/DB$                                                                                10am Cruises
                                                                                                                                     1pm Basic Sign Language
                                                                                                                                        Class Part I/ MVL$

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  Mother’s Day                         9am Basket Class/ MVL$           1pm Basic Sign Language          1:30pm Afternoon at the     9am Intro. To Mosaics,       9am Bridge II More Fun at     1pm PGS Gold Buyers/GR
                                       2pm CLS Planning/DBO               Class Part II/MVL$                Movies/Amelia/DB$           Session 3/MVL$               Bridge/MPR&
                                       7pm Neighborhood                                                  6:30pm Morgan               10am Cruises                 10am Life of Eleanor
                                         Advisory Committee/DB                                              Stanley/Smith Barney        International/GR             Roosevelt/MVL$
                                                                                                            Seminar/SOL              1pm Web Portal               12:30pm Sleepy Hollow
                                                                                                                                        Committee/MVL                Children’s Choir/DB Free

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  11am Model Railroad Club             10:30am Depart: Anderson         9am Basket Make-up               7:45am Depart: Wisconsin    9:30am Intro To Mosaics,     8am Election                  9am Waddel & Reed
     Open House/MGW                       Japanese Gardens/$               Class/MVL$                       Favorites/$                 Session 3/MVL$            Committee/MVL                   Seminar/GR
                                       6:30pm Gardening                 9:15am Depart: Legends           8am Front Desk              10am Cruises                 8:30am New Resident
                                          Class/DB Free                    Showcase/$                       Meeting/MVL                 International/GR          Lifestyle Orientation/DB
                                                                        1pm & 3pm Wuich                  1pm Board Meeting/DB        1pm Finance Committee        9am Bridge II: More Fun at
                                                                           Mechanical/ Aprilaire         1pm Triple L Meeting/SOL       Meeting/MVL               Bridge/MPR$
                                                                           Seminar/DB                                                6:30pm Let’s Dance/DB$
                                                                        1pm APN finance Sub

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                                       9am Basket Making                7:30am Depart: M.S.O.E.          9am FEELING GREAT IS        10am Cruises                 9am Bridge II: More Fun       8am Lifestyles Assembly /
                                          Class/MVL$                       Grohmann Museum/$                AGELESS EXPO &              International/GR            At Bridge/MPR$                 MVL
                                       12pm Depart: Chicago                                                 WALK/FVP/PL$             1pm Creating Beautiful                                     9:30am Lifestyles Pick-Up /
                                          Architectural River
                                          Cruise/$                                                       11:15am Depart: MID-LIFE!      Flower/MVL                                                 MVL
                                                                                                            The Crisis Musical/$     1pm Concert W/Joey
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                                       Administration Offices Closed

Please call the Fitness Center (847) 515-7635 or Member Services (847) 515-7773 if you have any questions. Check oursuncityhuntley.net for further details and the latest updates on all events.
                                    CHARTER CLUB CONTACT LIST
           Club                     Day                     Time                 Contact Name               Phone         Bldg./Rm.*

Anglers                         2nd Wednesday              9:30am                 Bob Beaupre             847-669-9816        MVL
Bicycle Club                      3rd Tuesday               7pm                     Burl Cohn             847-961-5967        MVL
Bocce                               Seasonal                                      John Diebold            847-515-2782         BC
Book Discussion (fiction)        2nd Monday                 10am                   Mary Fiala             224-569-2686        MVL
             (non-fiction)        4th Tuesday               1pm                    Mary Fiala             224-569-2686        MVL
Bridge Club                                                                        Nancy Riley            847-515-1288        MPR
 Evening Contract                  Tuesdays                6:30pm               Larry & Geri Dale         847-659-8227        MPR
 ACBL Dup                        1st & 3rd Sat             12:30pm                Ron Hopman              847-659-1780        MPR
 Fun Bridge                        Tuesdays                 8:30am               Gloria Goldberg          847-515-3201        MPR
 Contract                        Wednesdays                12:30pm               Harry Leopold            847-669-7984        MPR
 Duplicate                          Fridays                12:30pm               Harry Leopold            847-669-7984        MPR
 Duplicate                         Mondays                 5:30pm                Bill Macomber            847-961-5985        MPR
 Triple Play                 1st Wed. of the month          6-9pm             Elaine (Cookie) Zacks       847-515-8354        GR
 Triple Play                 3rd Wed. of the month          6-9pm             Elaine (Cookie) Zacks       847-515-8354        MPR
 Triple Play                        Tuesdays               12:30pm            Elaine (Cookie) Zacks       847-515-8354        MPR
 Triple Play                       Thursdays                 9am              Elaine (Cookie) Zacks       847-515-8354        MPR
 Triple Play                         Fridays                 1pm              Elaine (Cookie) Zacks       847-515-8354        GR
Celtic Club                       1st Thursday               6pm                   Sheila Gillis          847-961-6615        DB
 Ceramics                     Monday & Thursday             9:30am               Cheryl Rotermund         847-961-5905         CPR
 Figure Sculpting                    Tuesday               12:30pm                Jackie Forpanek         708-533-5764         CPR
 Pottery                           Wednesday         9:30am-12pm & 1:30-4pm           Al Drogosz          847-669-3490         CPR
Chess Club                          Thursdays                  6pm                  Paul Dehnert          630-747-1422          CM
Concert Band                       Wednesdays                2:30pm                Donna Bressler         847-669-7373         MVL
Computer                           1st Saturday              8:30am                 Barry Marcus          847-961-5231          DB
Crafting Memories            2nd & 4th Wednesday             4-9pm                    Carol Tellin        847-659-9491         MPR
Cribbage                           Wednesday                   9am               Carol Charpentier        847-515-2674         MPR
Cue Club                          See Schedule            See Schedule                Clark Jones         847-669-1992        MGW
Current Events                       Tuesdays               10:30am              David Rosenfeldt         847-669-7144          DB
Euchre Club                         Thursdays               12:45pm               Dave Haraburda          847-515-1954         MPR
Genealogy                         2nd Tuesdays                 7pm                   Johna Brand          847-308-3893          GR
Golf Club                         See Schedule                                     Rich Ouradnik          847-669-6578          WC
Grandma Grandpa & Me                  1st Wed                  7pm               Karen Czerwinski         224-569-6253         MPR
Investors                      2nd & 4th Monday                2pm                    Al Brewer           224-569-4151          GR
Railroad Club                     2nd Monday                   7pm                  Don Espeseth          224-569-3539         MVL
Mahjongg                            Thursdays               12:30pm               Shelley Esterson        847-515-7099          GR
N Y Metro                          1st Tuesday                 7pm                Dave Rosenfeldt         847-962-8586         MVL
Pencil & Palette Club             See Schedule                  ---               Marilyn Schnake         847-669-7783          AR
Pickleball                      Monday-Friday                2-4pm                George Michaels         224-330-8361   H. Parks-Gym/TC
Pinochle                             Mondays           8:30am & 11:30am             Dan Bressler          847-669-7373         MPR
 Double Deck                        Thursdays                  6pm               Helen Szybowski          224-569-3034         MVL
Prairie Singers                      Tuesdays                  7pm                 Ken Pohlmann           847-669-8675          DB
RV Travelers                      See Schedule                                     Allen Gableson         847-961-6678
Scandinavian                      See Schedule                                      Dick Larrison         224-569-6635
Scrabble                             Tuesdays                  1pm                  Peggie Weber          224-569-2576        GR
Sew’n Sews                         1st Monday                  9am          Chris Sweeney, Co-President   847-659-8314        DB
Skip Bo                               Fridays                6:30pm                Nancy Visconti         847-669-7900       MPR
16" Softball                         Seasonal                                       Bob Kennedy           847-669-9366        EF
Sun City Historians                 3rd Friday                 1pm                Hermann Faubl           847-515-7418       MVL
Sunflower Garden Club             3rd Thursday                 9am                  Donna Roche           847-553-5307        DB
S C Singles                      2nd Thursday                  7pm                    Betty Loid          847-669-6355       MPR
Stingrays                         2nd Saturday              10:30am                 Dave Diatikar         847-961-6219        GR
Symposium                     1st & 3rd Mondays              2-4pm                George Sebastian        847-515-8853        GR
S C Squares                        3rd Monday                  7pm            Sid Sampson, President      847-669-0642        GR
SC Sportsmen's Club                3rd Monday                9:30am                James Van Fleet        224-569-2726       MVL
Tennis Club                            Daily               6am-10pm                 Sharon Little         847-961-6172        TC
Theatre Company                   See Schedule                                       Linda Davis          847-515-1430        DB
Woodchucks                       1st Wednesday                 7pm                    Don Keene           847-669-7395       MVL
 Wood Carvers                 2nd & 4th Thursday               1pm                  Bob Janninck          847-515-1158       MGW
 Wood Turning                       1st Friday                10am                    Don Keene           847-669-7395       MGW
                                                 *SEE CALENDAR PAGE FOR ROOM ABBREVIATIONS

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    Anglers Club                                                                          Charter Club Presidents
                                                                                        Council Monthly Meetings
                                                                                  Next Meeting: Friday, May 7, 9am, Oak/Elm
    The May meeting will be held on Wednesday,

                                                                                         Room, Meadow View Lodge
    May 12 at 9am in Meadow View Lodge. After a
    short business meeting, w will proceed to Wildflower Lake for
    the never-ending challenge of man versus fish. Shore lunch will
    be served at the Pavilion at 1pm and will feature Jerry
    Thompon’s famous “Hot Dogs on the Grill.”
                    Bob Beaupre, President, 847-669-9816
                 Jerry Cieciwa, Vice President, 224-858-4323
                                                                                Book Discussion Club
                   Bob Anderson, Treasurer, 224-569-3599
                  Jerry Thompson, Secretary, 847-669-5031
                                                                                 LITTLE BEE By Chris Cleave May 10th at 10am in Meadow View
                 Meets: 2nd Wednesday of the month, 9am
                            Meadow View Lodge

                                                                                 Non- fiction:

   Celtic Club
                                                                                 BOOM by Tom Brokaw, May 24th at 1pm in Meadow View Lodge.

    May 6 - (BASEBALL THEME!) Wear                                                                    Mary Fiala, 224-569-2686
    something to represent your favorite                                          Fiction Group: 2nd Monday of month, 10am-noon at Meadow View
    BASEBALL team! It's going to be a fun-                                        Non-fiction Group: 4th Tuesday of month, 1-3pm at Meadow View
    filled evening! Sun City resident and Author,

                                                                                 Concert Band
    Paul Runkel will be there to tell you about his book, "Time for
    Baseball" --- Paul has also prepared some reenactments from his
    book for your entertainment. YOU'LL SURELY ENJOY THIS
                                                                                 Fantastic Flutes
                                                                                 The Concert Band is performing a second concert on Tuesday,
                                                                                 May 25, at 8pm in the Huntley High School Performing Arts
    June 3 - ELECTION of NEW OFFICERS! If you've been thinking                   Center featuring a 40 flute choir! In addition to the flute choir, the
    about becoming an officer of the Celtic Club, NOW'S THE TIME!                Heineman Middle School Band and the Sun City Concert Band
                                                                                 will play and accompany guest artists including Scott Metlicka, a
    SPECIAL EVENTS: May 23 - 3rd ANNUAL BOWLING PARTY at                         member of the Elgin, Rockford and South Bend Symphonies;
    Brunswick Zone. You can pick up your Sign-Up sheet at the May                Melissa Snoza, a flutist with the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and
    Meeting or print it directly from the Celtic Site of the Sun City            the Peninsula Music Festival; and Diane Aitken, a member of the
    Portal.                                                                      Sun City Band. The concert is free. Donations may be made at the
                                                                                 door with the money going to the middle school music program.
    July 11 - ANNUAL PICNIC AT THE PAVILION at 4pm - There'll be                 Don't miss this opportunity to further music education. For more
    GREAT FOOD and GREAT ENTERTAINMENT! More information                         information call 847-961-5191.
    to follow.
                                                                                                       Donna Bressler, 847-669-7373
                    Sheila Gillis - President 847.961.6615                                             Meets: Wednesdays, 2:30pm
     Meets: First Thursday of the Month @ 6PM in Drendel Ballroom                                         Meadow View Lodge
  Bring Treats to share with your fellow Celts! Coffee Provided - Cash Bar
                 Dues $10 per year - ALL ARE WELCOME!
    See our Web Page on the SUN CITY PORTAL for news and pictures!
                                                                                  Crafting Memories Club
                                                                                  The club will meet May 12 and May 26 from 4-9 pm in the
                                                                                  Multipurpose Room at Prairie Lodge. Both meetings will be a

                                                                                  general crop allowing plenty of time to work on individual
                                                                                  projects. New members of all levels welcome. We have tools and
                                                                                  supplies to share. For more information contact Carol Tellin or
  Outdoor Pickleball is in full swing! If you didn't get a chance to              Kathy Granias at 847-515-3205.
  learn about it with the free indoor lessons, drop by Tennis courts
  3 & 4 on any nice day Monday - Friday from 1 to 5pm and see how
  the game is played. Friendly players will show you how!!                                          Carol Tellin, President 847-659-9491
                                                                                                   Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 4-9pm
                                                                                                    Multipurpose Room – Prairie Lodge
                       George Michaels, 224-330-8361                                                        Dues: $12 per year

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 Sun City CyclePaths Club                                                     Grandma, Grandpa & Me
 Cyclepath Bicycle Club offers rides for all levels of biking. Whether         The Grandma, Grandpa and Me Club's general meeting will be on
 a beginner short distance rider, or a seasoned long mileage rider you         May 5th at 7 pm. The guest speaker will be Emily from Crystal Lake.
 will find good companionship, great routes, and the encouragement
 we all need.                                                                  She will demonstrate container planting and giving out door prizes.
                                                                               Your membership dues must be paid before you can attend any
 May 22 at 11am, in Library lot, our club, again, will donate bike             Grandma, Grandpa & Me event. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED
 helmets to the Huntley Library/ Police, kids bike Rodeo. This                 THE DAY OF THE EVENT. For more information contact Karen
 safety and skill riding course is open to all Elementary School               Czerwinski at 224.569.6253
 Children, and emphasizes safety in riding. All are welcome to
 watch and encourage the young riders.                                                    Karen Czerwinski, President 224-569-6253
                                                                                Meets: 1st Wednesday of the month, 7pm, Multipurpose Room
 Most Saturday and Wednesday rides start at Meadow View at                                 Annual Membership $15 per household
 9 am. Check to club's website for times and places or call Bob                                  Events are members only
 Hinkle at 847-669-4651. To find out more about the bike club check
 out the May display case at Prairie Lodge. For membership consult
 Portal Web Page, or call Burl….847-961-5967.                                 Sun City Historians
                                                                               Pearl Harbor Up Close and Personal
                             Burl Cohn, 847-961-5967
                                                                               Every adult American knows the significance of December 7, 1941.
                                                                               A far smaller number were there when the Japanese pulled their

 Genealogy Club                                                                surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Charlie May, a Sun City resident,
                                                                               was on the SS Phoenix and was scheduled to transfer to the
                                                                               Arizona but was delayed. He will present his first-person account
 “Preserving our past, and loving it”
                                                                               to the Historians on May 21. Although most adults know the
 Our families will thank us…someday.
                                                                               general story about the events of that day, it will be very
                                                                               educational to have a first-person account of it. Charlie has key
 Our May 11 program will be “Cemetery Art”
                                                                               pictures to share.
 Presented by Laurel Melliens. Ever wondered why some of those
 stones were carved just that way? Hidden meanings? Culture of
                                                                               Residents interested in American and World History are invited to
 the times?
                                                                               attend. Meetings are at 1pm on the third Friday of the month at
                                                                               the Meadow View Lodge. Presentations are followed by
 Did you realize 60% of Americans are interested in discovering
                                                                               discussions. For more information contact Hermann Faubl
 who their ancestors were? Pick up useful forms for organizing and
                                                                               (847-515-7418) or Fred Leznek (847-515-3221).
 recording family trees. Check out our Web Portal site for Internet
 research sites and learning opportunities throughout our area.
                                                                                                 Hermann Faubl, 847-515-7418
                                                                                                   Meets: 3rd Friday, 1-2pm
 Connect with members who are happy to act as mentors.                                        Willow Room/Meadow View Lodge
 Learn of sources, old, new & updated. How to keep your search
 “cost effective”. And join us on field trips.
 Business meetings are short, 7 to 7:30pm.
 Programs are one hour presentations, 7:30 to 8:30pm.                         Sew ‘n Sews
 Guests are always welcome to visit, learn and share.                          SPRING INTO SUMMER, a fashion show, will be presented at the
                                                                               May 3 meeting of the Sew 'n Sews. Our meeting will be held in
                   Johna Brand, President 847-308-3893                         Drendel Ballroom, at 9am. Fashions from the Dress Barn outlet
                    johnabrand@oursuncityhuntley.org                           store will be modeled by club members. Due to the length of this
                   Meets 2nd Tuesday, 7pm, Game Room
                                                                               program, there will not be any Show and Tell at the May meeting.
                            Dues $15per year
                                                                               Come join us and see what is new in summer fashions.

                                                                                               Chris Sweeney, 847-659-8314 &

 Sun City Singles Club
                                                                                           Donna Wood 847-515-1128, Co-Presidents
                                                                                          Meets: 1st Monday, 9am, Drendel Ballroom
 Friday May 7, Mini Golf at Lippold Park in Crystal Lake, dinner at
 Moretti's after golf. Contact Betty Loid 847-669-6355 carpooling
 Monday May 13, monthly meeting held in Prairie Lodge Game                   Sun City Golf Club
 Room. We will play Bingo.                                                    The Sun City Golf Club monthly meeting will be Wednesday,
 Thursday, May 20, KIKU Japanese Restaurant. 5pm, Randall and                May 19, 7 pm, at Meadow View Lodge. The guest speaker will be
 Huntley Rd. Carpooling available. Contact Mary Ellen Marek                  Mike Kachlik from Jumbo Max Grips, discussing how to choose the
 847-659-8189                                                                right golf club grip for you.

 Friday, May 28, 2010, An afternoon movie and dinner afterwards.             Please bring your residence card to sign up for your 2010 Sun City
 Movie to be decided by attendees. Carpooling available. Contact             Golf Club membership card (only $10). Membership cards must be
 Betty Loid 847-669-6355                                                     presented at every meeting to be eligible for raffles, and all outings.
                       Betty Loid, President
        Meets 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm, Game Room                                    Rich Ouradnik, President 847-669-6578

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Prairie Singers                                                      16”Softball
“From Sea to Shining Sea”                                            Opening Day for the 2010 Sun City Senior Softball Season is
 The Prairie Singers have enjoyed another exciting and               May 15, at Eakin Field. All interested fans are invited to attend.
challenging season preparing for their spring concert                Ceremonies are scheduled to begin about 9:15 am with many
which will be performed at 1pm on Saturday, May 1 and                visiting dignitaries. All sponsors and their teams will be introduced
at 1pm on Sunday, May 2 at the Huntley High School                   and several people will be recognized for their past service to the
Performing Arts Center. Admission is $10 for Adults                  Sun City Senior Softball Club. Game time is scheduled for 10am
and $3 for children 2-12 years old. Tickets can be                   with a second game following.
purchased at the Huntley branches of Castle Bank, Citizens
Bank and Harris Bank and at Prairie and Meadow View
lodges per schedule shown on posters and monitors in both lodges.      Sun Flowers Garden Club
Details are also posted on the web portal. For further information     The annual Plant Sale is Thursday, May 6 from
contact Shirley Howland at 224 569-6491.                               9am to 2pm at the Pavilion. Roses, hanging
                                                                       plants, annuals and perennials will be for sale.
Our end-of-season party for members begins at 5:30pm on Tuesday,       This sale is open to everyone. Master
May 4 in Drendel Ballroom. Many thanks to our audiences and to         Gardeners will be there to answer questions.
our sponsors for their support!                                        The proceeds go to the Scholarship/ Endowment
                                                                       Fund to be distributed to various beneficiaries.
                    Ken Pohlmann, 847-669-8675
                                                                       On May 20, the Club will be holding the annual Progressive

RV Travelers
                                                                       Luncheon. The theme is “Cooking with Herbs”. Beginning at
                                                                       10am at the Drendel Ballroom with a short business meeting. At
Our RV travel season is finally here. Be sure and                      11am members will drive to one of the 20 or so homes for
get your travel reservations in for any and all of                     appetizers. At 2pm everyone will divide up again and go to the
the following scheduled outings:                                       next one of 20 or so homes for the salad and main course. At 2pm
                                                                       everyone will come back to the Drendel Ballroom for dessert and
Mukwonago/Eagle Wisconsin 3 nights, Mon. 6/7 -thru 6/10/10             coffee. Many members are working on the various committees
Sandusky, OH 4 nights, Mon. 7/12 thru 7/16/10                          and serving as hostesses. It is quite a project and a lot of fun. The
Springfield, (Chatham) Illinois 4 nights, Mon. 8/16 - 8/20/10          cost to attend is $12 and reservations are due by May 1.
Rapid City, South Dakota 5 nights, Wed. 9/8 thru 9/13/10
Terre Haute, IN/Covered Bridge Festival, 4 nights Mon. 10/11/10        The Garden Club is for anyone at all interested in gardening. Dues
thru 10/15/10                                                          are $10 per year. For more information, call Donna Roche at
                                                                       847-553-5307 or e-mail donnaroche1@comcast.net.
We are looking forward to seeing all of the members at our Annual
Meeting on Monday, May 17th, 6pm at the Meadow View Lodge.                           President-Donna Roche, 847-553-5307,
                                                                                 Vice-President-Carol Cederberg, 847-669-4824,
                  Allen Gableson 847-961-6678                                        Treasurer-Wilma Lyding, 847-961-6242,
                Dues: $10 per rig/family per year                                     Secretary-Mary Luisi, 224-858-4625,
  Meets: May-October, Monthly outings; Nov.-April, As scheduled                     Programs-Betty Blocksom, 847-669-4109.

Scandinavian American Club                                            Tall Oaks Tennis Club
Save the dates for upcoming club events:                              The club is celebrating its final payment for courts 5, 6 & 7 at our
June 27, Sunday : Annual Picnic at Fountain View Pavilion with        “It’s a Celebration” event at the club on Saturday, May 22. All Sun
games, prizes and music.                                              City residents are invited to attend. Sign up forms are available in
September 9,Thursday : Miniature golf and sandwich buffet at          the tennis hut at the club’s facilities. Opening day for Session I
Walleye Grill                                                         lessons, leagues and playgroups is Sunday, May 16. This session
October : Road trip; time and place TBA                               continues through Saturday, June 26. Session II runs from June 27
December 1, Sunday : Annual Christmas Smorgasbord and Santa           to August 6. Session III begins on August 7 and ends on
Lucia in Drendel Ballroom; the Nordic Voices of Chicago, a group      September 18. Kick-off day for Team Tennis participants is Sunday,
of young women joined by their love of singing, will be               May 2. Team competition is scheduled for May 16, June 13, July 11,
performing.                                                           August 15 and September 19. Tournaments for doubles play will be
                                                                      held on June 27 – Mixed Doubles; July 18 – Women’s and Men’s
Details of the events will follow in future LIFESTYLES and on         Doubles; August 29 – Mixed Doubles; and September 25 & 26 –
web portal.                                                           Mixed Doubles one day and Women’s and Men’s Doubles the other.

              Dick Larrison, President 224-569-6635
                  Dues: $10 per year per person
          Check the Web Portal for club news & pictures

                                                         — Susan J. Bissonette
                                           An optimist is the human personification of spring.

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  Sun City Bocce                                                          Pencil & Palette Club
  Bocce League Play will start on June 7 so if you are not signed up,     TUESDAY, MAY 18 – 9:30AM to NOON. Color Theory
  come to the registration meeting on May 13 in Drendel Ballroom at       presentation by guest Lori Gillespie. Free to members only. Sign
  1pm.                                                                    up in Art Room.

  Residents who are not currently in a bocce league, and are              WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 19, 20 and 21 –
  interested in playing or would like to substitute in the 2010 bocce     9:30AM to 3:00PM. Watercolor workshop presented by guest Sally
  league should attend the New Member Registration on May 13 at           Wallman. $45 per person. For members only. Sign up in Art
  1pm in Drendel Ballroom. The cost to play or substitute is $5.00        Room.
  per year per person. The additional $5.00 fee charged in previous
  years to join the club has been eliminated. The $5.00 fee must be       TUESDAY, MAY 25 – 9:00AM. WEATHER PERMITTING THERE
  paid at the time of registration. Please pay by check and bring         WILL BE PLEIN AIR PAINTING. LOCATION TO BE
  your Association ID Badge with you. A lottery system will be used       ANNOUNCED.
  to fill vacancies. When all vacancies are filled, a wait list will be
  started.                                                                WEDNESDAY, MAY 26 – 9:30AM. GENERAL MEETING.
                                                                          ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS. PLEASE BE SURE TO ATTEND.
  Current substitutes who would like to be placed on the 2010             YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT!!
  substitute list must also register at the May 13th registration.
  Questions or conflicts may be directed to John Diebold, Jan             LIVE MODEL DRAWING/ PAINTING - First Tuesday –
  Diebold, Bernie Kloep or John Arneson.                                  9:30 TO 11:30AM
                                                                          WATERCOLOR NETWORK: Second and fourth Thursday - 1PM
  The season will begin with new member orientation on June 2             PENCIL/COLORED PENCIL/PASTEL NETWORK: First and
  (rain date June 3) at 12:30 pm at the Bocce Courts. All new             third Wednesday – 1:00PM
  members should attend this meeting.                                     ACRYLIC NETWORK: Second and fourth Monday – 1:00PM
                                                                          OIL NETWORK: Every Friday – 9:30AM
  CAPTAINS MEETING - May 28 in the Willow Room at Meadow                  COLLAGE NETWORK – Second Wednesday – 10:00AM
  View Lodge at 1pm.                                                      STILL LIFE DRAWING/PAINTING: Second Tuesday –
                                                                          9:30AM to Noon
  TOURNAMENT DATE is August 31st.                                         VARIOUS ART MEDIA DEMOS (TBA): Third Tuesday –
                                                                          9:30AM to Noon
  11th Annual Dinner, Awards, and General Meeting Sept. 10th at           INSTRUCTIONAL DVD/DISCUSSION or PLEIN AIR PAINTING
  Boulder Ridge Country Club.                                             (weather permitting)
                                                                          Fourth Tuesday, 9:30 AM
  LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS JUNE 7.                                              ART ROOM LIBRARY OPEN DAILY

       John Diebold, (847) 515-2782, Jan Diebold, (847) 515-2782,         The mission of the Pencil and Palette Club is to nurture the artist
      Bernie Kloep, (847) 669-6655, John Arneson, (847) 669-9076          at all levels, the hobbyist, beginner, intermediate and advanced, in
                                                                          a stimulating social environment. Workshops in various media
                                                                          are offered at a moderate rate.

                                                                          DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUR ART ROOM CALENDAR AND
                      Spring has returned.                                BROWSE OUR WEB SITE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

                    —Rainer Maria Rilke
           The Earth is like a child that knows poems.                    AND ACTIVITIES.

                                                                                      Marilyn Schnake, President - 847-669-7783
                                                                            Meets 4th Wednesday, quarterly - 9:30am, Art Room, Dues: $15

Enjoying this year's Charter Club Expo

48      MAY | 2010                     A Monthly Publication For The Residents of Sun City Huntley

    BOWLING                                                                 RELIGIOUS                                                               ETHNIC

                                                                            Marlyn Smock       847-669-0697
    Huntley Merchants                                                       Christian Fellowship
                                                                                                                                                    Nettie Manibog    847-515-7450
                                                                                                                                                    Filipino-American       F-7pm

    Rod Lear        847-515-3012
    Sr. Men's           Th-1pm

                                                                            Sandra Galassi                       224-569-6440
                                                                            God's Girls                               T-10am
                                                                                                                                                    Herbert Seifert 847-659-9237
    Monday Mixed

    Jim Graves                          847-515-3036
    Bowling                               M-9:30am
                                                                            Jeanne Henley       847-961-5729
                                                                            Precept Inductive Bible Study

                                                                                                                                                    John Papaleo     847-669-3740
                                                                                                                                                    Italian-American   M-6:30pm
                                                                            Progressive Catholics Call To
    Frank Mrozek     630-709-3485
    Resident’s Bowling   W-10am
                                                                            Andy Graff          312-404-1046
                                                                            Action             3rd Sat.-1pm
                                                                                                                                                    Stan Borucki      847-515-2711
                                                                                                                                                    Polish-American 3rd M-6:30pm

                                                                            Ron Dahlman                          847-961-5823
                                                                            SonShine Boys                           F-8:30am

                                                                                                                                                    Fred Leznek                         847-515-3221
    HOBBY & COLLECTORS                                                                                                                              Shalom                                 F-6:45pm

                                                                            Matt Meyer                           847-669-2345
                                                                            Spiritual Health                       Th-3:45pm

    Allen Pollock                       847-659-1563
    Astronomy                            4th M-7pm

    Lou Soest                           224-569-3401
    Aviation                             3rd Th-7pm                          SOCIAL & MISC.
                                                                                                                                                     Andrea Berebitsky                    847-669-7076
                                                                                                                                                     Breast Cancer                             W-1pm

                                                                                                                                                     Sherri Manz                          847-669-3688
                                                                             Property Assessment Council
    Write On            1st & 3rd F

    Mary Kennedy       847-515-3857
    (Creative Writing)                                                                                                                               Care of the Care Giver

                                                                                                                                                     The Wellness Center 847-515-2078
                                                                             Rainbow Pride Diversity                                                 2nd & 4th M-11am

                                                                             Greg Ward       224-715-0582
                                                                             Network         4th Sat.-5pm

                                                                                                                                                     The Wellness Center 847-515-2078
                                                                                                                                                     Diabetes           3rd M-8:30am

                                                                                                                                                     Matt Meyer                           847-669-2345
                                                                            SERVICE                                                                  Grief Support                             F-10am
    Music Mavericks Jazz

    Art Fitzgerald   847-669-4625
    Band                    Alt. F                                          ORGANIZATIONS
                                                                                                                                                     Parkinson's Disease                   1st M-10am

                                                                            Rosemary Larson 224-569-3851
                                                                            Heifer International M-7pm
    ENCORE String and

    Jo Broz         224-569-6045
    Wind Ensemble                                                                                                                                    Recovery-Self-Help

                                                                                                                                                     Rose Hamann        847-961-6295
                                                                                                                                                     Mental Health           M-7pm
                                                                            Bonnie Bradbury 847-659-1574
                                                                            Lions          T-7pm/Th-6pm

                                                                                                                                                     TOPS (Take Off Pounds

                                                                            Charles Molitor                     847-659-9411
                                                                            Marines                                 Th-2pm
                                                                                                                                                     Rose Hamann        847-961-6295
                                                                                                                                                     Sensibly)               T-11am

                                                                            Jan Hardy                           847-515-8327
                                                                            P.E.O.’s                              Sat-Lunch                          VISA (Visually Impaired Support

                                                                                                                                                     The Wellness Center 847-515-2078
                                                                                                                                                     & Assistance)       3rd M-10am

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CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP                         ITALIAN-AMERICAN GROUP                        RAINBOW PRIDE DIVERSITY                  basement sq. ft., garage sq. ft.,
GROUP                                        Thursday, May 13, Noon - 3pm,                 NETWORK                                  fireplaces.
The single women from the                    Tony Spavone's in Bloomingdale,               Our goal is to create a better sense
Christian Fellowship Group of                $17.50pp                                      of inclusion and provide a               Residents can Use the “Model
Sun City will be "Punting on the             Monday, May 24th: 6:30 p.m. at                positive social outlet for gay and       Report” to find and compare their
Green" on Wednesday, May 12, at              Cosman Center Cafeteria; Huntley              lesbian persons, their families and      property with others having the
12pm. After a homemade lunch                 Park District                                 friends. As a family member, you         same features.
and engaging conversation, the               Regular meeting with                          may have a G/L son/daughter,
group will go outdoors for a game            refreshments, 50/50 and wine                  nephew/niece or other relative;          Visit our site for more
of croquet. Cost is $5. All single           raffle, Bingo, Election of Officers.          and find that this group is a great      information. www.suncpac.org
women in Sun City are invited.                                                             way to better understand and
For more information or                       10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE                      grow your relationship with them.        RESIDENTS BOWLING
reservations, phone Marlene                  SUN CITY ITALIAN AMERICAN                                                              LEAGUE
Simmen at 847-659-1925 by                    CLUB                                                                                   Winners of the 2009/10 Bowling
Wednesday, May 5.                            Thursday, July 22, Boulder Ridge,                                                      Season are: 1st Place - Wizards-
                                                                                           Some of our members are saying,

                                             please sign up at meeting. Choice                                                      Rosemary Olson & Dale
                                                                                           “I had an awesome time and I even

                                             of entree: Chicken Marsala $34.75,                                                     Shoenrock, Carl Anderson, Cheryl
                                                                                           found myself in the midst of many
                                             Roast Prime Rib, $42.50,                                                               Costanza; 2nd Place - Grizzlies -
                                                                                           conversations. When I have been to
The ENCORE String and Wind                   Whitefish, $37.50                                                                      Bud Reyes, Kathy & Jim Culotta
                                                                                           other groups I always felt like I was

Ensemble is made up of six string            Non members an additional $3.                                                          Dick Schimmel; 3rd Place - Devils
                                                                                           on the outside looking in.” “I just

players, six wind players and a              Includes tax, tip & entertainment                                                      - Rich Lencioni, Ceil Myers, Tony
                                                                                           wanted to let you how proud I am

French horn player. We play                                                                                                         Ozzauto & Jim Packard; 4th Place
                                                                                           that our community is welcoming the

classical as well as popular music                                                                                                  - Kings - Carol & Jack Feliccia,
                                                                                           new GLBT group. It so happens that
                                             SUN CITY MARINES
and are open to playing for                  Purpose of Organization: Provide                                                       Barbara & Jim Sullivan.
                                                                                           we have a gay son, of whom we are

neighborhood parties or any social           Marines residing in Sun City, an                                                       Congratulations to all of our top
                                                                                           proud and whose partner we embrace

events. We are always in need of             environment to retain their                                                            teams!! New League season
                                                                                           in our family… This new group will

string players and invite string             association with "The Corps." The                                                      begins - Sept. 8th, - at Brunswick
                                                                                           offer Sun City a chance to embrace all

players to dust off their                    definition of Marines in our group                                                     Zone XL in Algonquin - Contact:
                                                                                           of our neighbors, even as they

instruments and join us. If you              name is based on the premise that                                                      Frank Mrozek - 630-709-3485
                                                                                           embrace the community in their

have not played in many years,               "once a Marine, always a Marine."
                                                                                           inclusive welcome to straight

we can help you get into musical             It is an organization to keep alive
                                                                                                                                    THE SONSHINE BOYS
shape. We can even tell you                  the tradition of the annual Marine            MONTHLY MEETINGS: Meets                  Interested in learning what the
where you can rent an instrument             Corps Birthday celebration. It is a           the 4th Saturday of each month in        Bible says about life. Come join us
if need be. Visit our rehearsal and          group that will provide the                   a large beautiful home atmosphere        for a weekly investigation into
make music as well as new                    opportunity to support by                     from 5 PM to about 9 PM.                 God’s Word at the Citizens Bank
friends. We rehearse in the                  encouragement, recognition and                Format includes a potluck dinner,        from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. every
Community Room of the Citizens               where possible general assistance             plenty of friendly conversation,         Friday. Questions? Contact Harlan
Bank on Mondays of each month.               to active duty Marines, Marine                occasional speakers and one or           Newkirk at 847-659-8742.
Call Jo Broz, 224-569-6045 for               Veterans, and Marine Families.                more movies in the media room.           Currently studying the Gospel of
information.                                 Call Chuck Molitor at                         We are also doing different things       John.
                                             847-659-9411                                  such as on April 24th we went to
GERMAN AMERICAN                                                                            the Walleye for dinner and then          VISUALLY IMPAIRED
GROUP                                        POLISH-AMERICAN GROUP                         attended the Theatre Company’s           SUPPORT & ASSISTANCE
President, Herbert Seifert, 847-659-                                                       “Once Upon a Mattress”. Finally,         GROUP (V.I.S.A.)
9237, Annie Schoenfisch, 847-669-                                                          we’re networking with local              Gardening for the Senses: on
                                             Residents of Polish ancestry and their

3624, Lisa Yost, 224-56-3624                                                               churches and hospitals in the area.      Monday, May 17, learn how to
                                             spouses are invited to join us for good

Upcoming Events: General                                                                                                            select plants that offer multi-
                                             times and to celebrate Polish culture.

Meeting, Wednesday, May 12,                  The May 17th meeting will begin               PROPERTY ASSESSMENT                      sensory appeal and vegetables
Drendel Ballroom, 6pm.                       at 1:30pm with a Pizza Party in               COUNCIL                                  that grow well in containers. Tips
Sandwiches will be provided,                 the lower room at the American                                                         for safe gardening, container care
please bring dessert.                        Community Bank. There will be                                                          and general gardening will be
                                                                                           The Property Assessment Council has

Spring Dinner-Dance, Saturday,               4-5 different types of pizza, salad,                                                   discussed by Kathy Austin -
                                                                                           been compiling property assessment

June 5, Drendel Ballroom, 5:30pm             soft drink, water and dessert. The                                                     Associate Manager of
                                                                                           information exclusively for Sun City

7th Annual Picnic (pig roast),               cost is $7.50 per person. Make                SunCPAC provides reports that            Rehabilitation Services for the
                                                                                           residents since 2004.

Saturday, June 26, Deicke Park, 12           check out to Polish American Club             show each Sun City property              Guild. Thought you could no
noon - 4pm. Special guest:                   and mail it to Jean Wojciechowski             (5,481) sorted by model. The             longer enjoy gardening because of
Johnny Wagner                                at 12869 Milbrook Drive or put it             report will provide information          vision loss? Gardening can still
                                             into the box on her front porch.              showing property identification          bring many rewards - exercise,
                                             The regular business meeting will             numbers, addresses, assessments          relaxation and fresh produce. Free,
                                             follow the party.                             (land & building), most recent sale      1 hour, 10am. Drendel Ballroom
                                                                                           date & prices, building sq. ft.,         breakout rooms.

50          MAY | 2010                         A Monthly Publication For The Residents of Sun City Huntley

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