Thank you Valerie Lapin for making the following information available to our Community:
The Inter-professional Health Symposium on Parkinson’s Disease
February 21-22 from 9-3
Roseman University of Health
11 Sunset Way
Henderson, NV 89014
Call 702 381 4…[Read more]
3 Restaurant Resident Workshops Scheduled:
After 5 failed restaurants at SCA, the board is proposing 2 ideas for review, a “self-run restaurant” or re-purposing the area. All SCA residents are encouraged to attend any/or all of the workshops planed to cover hours that should work for most. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions, for times and…[Read more]
I am so saddened in reporting the passing of one of SCA truly Golden Girls, Martha May, mother of my dear friend, Patsy McCarthy.
Several of my neighbors in Big Sky have cared for their mothers in the many years I have lived here, most of those mothers have now passed on.
After the loss of my own mother in 2005 my daughters and I folded…[Read more]
Every now and then my youngest daughter surprises me with a gift that is right out of left field, this year was no different, although I must admit it was a shock when I first unwrapped it, it was really a perfect gift.
There in front of me lay a book entitled, I’m Dead, Now What? It is full of pages that, once filled in, document all the…[Read more]
We received word of the passing of two of SCA favorite people this past week… Yesterday we lost a favorite of many residents, Cathy Elliott who served as front desk receptionist for many, many years.
It seems her passing was quite sudden from what one of her sons reported as a cerebral hemorrhage. Cathy will be missed by many for her winning…[Read more]
If you are anything like me now that we have reached “our golden years,” you found out that late night events have become a thing of the past.
Well The Vegas Voice has a great remedy in mind to round out 2019, a NEW YORK NEW YEARS EVE… The event starts at 6 pm and ends after we watch the “ball drop” in Times Square, about 9:30 pm our time.
A community blogger writing a report about the 8/22/19 BOD meeting and the idea of a self managed restaurant began with the headline, Board votes to authorize Self-Managed Restaurant Proposal.
From the phone calls I received today, although the balance of the story didn’t flow that way, it gave the impression that the board did in deed vote an…[Read more]
Subject: FW: The Aging Brain: A special lecture with lunch!
Plan now to join us here at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, 888 W. Bonneville Avenue on Monday, August 26th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm for the first in a special community lecture series focused on dementia education and rese…[Read more]
The SCA board often gets phone calls and emails concerning issues that will be covered in up-coming resident workshops to be held in Anthem Center. We would appreciate your marking your calendar and attend those which fit into your schedule.
August 1 Budget Workshop 1:00 pm
August 5 Rules and Regulations & Facilities Usage Manual (FUM) Workshop…[Read more]
Rana Goodman started the topic Become A Mediator for The Neighborhood Justice Center? in the forum Loving Las Vegas 7 months ago
If you have an interest regarding becoming a Clark County Credentialed Mediator and volunteer mediator with the Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center. In becoming a Clark County Credentialed Mediator and I wanted to tell you about the in-kind training for 2019. Below is a detailed outline of the application process including a link to our o…[Read more]
This year has seen quite us loose quite a few well know residents from Sun City Anthem, these include two of my friends who were two of the most honorable men I have known and have been proud to call my friends…. Tim Stebbins and Bob Frank.
Bob’s memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 28th at 4:30 PM at Calvary Chapel Green Valley. The…[Read more]
On July 1, the management of the Revere Golf course held a special meeting with the residents within earshot of their event locations, and came to an agreement on several of the points being appealed regarding their conditional use permit. They were then ready for the City Council meeting to hear their permit appeal.
The following are the results…[Read more]
Written by: James Mayfield
TIME TO REMEMBER, LEARN LESSONS AND MOVE-ON
Within the last year, the SCA community lost two of its long-time activist homeowners–Bob Frank and Tim Stebbins. They shared as common goals the governance of SCA in accordance with the law, both state and Federal, and promoting the rights of homeowners. Their commitment t…[Read more]
It is with great sadness that I report the passing of my friend Bob Frank following a long illness. Bob’s widow, Kay sent the following statement regarding services;
“ I plan to have Robert buried in a military ceremony at a military cemetery in California. My pastor and I agreed on a memorial in Henderson in late July or early August. It w…[Read more]
Wednesday, June 19th 10:00 am
The SCA board of directors & The Nevada Ombudsman’s office presents a free seminar titled Get Acquainted With The Ombudsman’s Office at 10 a.m. to noon in the Delaware Room.
The speaker will be Antonio Brown, training officer with the Nevada Real Estate Division (NRED) In the one-hour presentation Mr. Brown expla…[Read more]
Today, June 10th I attended a special board of directors meeting called, specifically in part, to vote on a new medical benefit policy for SCA employees. I was the one NO vote on that motion and feel I owe the residents and especially the people who voted for me, the reason I voted as I did.
SCA employees are entitled to health benefits of…[Read more]
Each Father’s Day it seems I miss my dad, Donald Gee, more than ever after his passing in February 2003. He was, in addition to my hero, a guiding light on how to live my life without him. I honor him on this Father’s Day, not only for what he did for me, for what he gave me, aside from material things, but most of all, for what he did for…[Read more]
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