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Aug 22, 2019
Sol Flower's 2nd Arizona Dispensary Opens with Café and Classroom - AZmarijuana.com
Sol Flower dispensary. The new dispensary is located at the corner of 99th Ave and W. Thunderbird Blvd in Sun City (13650 N. 99th Ave).
Open every day, the mixed-use dispensary complex is the first-of-its-kind in Arizona to have an adjoining café and classroom accessible to the public. This is Sol Flower’s second location in the Valley, the company opened their Tempe dispensary in July.
“The Sol Flower vision is to empower wellness for all,” stated Director of Patient Services, Jane Fix, who will lead the curriculum. “At our Sun City location, residents can access resources on healthcare alternatives, interact with medical cannabis experts, and participate in physical activities such as yoga, meditation, and even cooking with CBD classes.”
Sol Flower offers educational courses for the general public covering a full spectrum of healthcare topics at its multi-purpose classroom. A hub for mindful communication and knowledge cultivation, class curriculum includes cannabis 101, medical cannabis for senior health, a guide to essential oils, and more. Additional classes will focus on mental, physical, and spiritual rejuvenation, such as yoga, demystifying meditation, cooking wi... Jan 12, 2017
Natural elements create holiday charm
Christmas tree,” said Cleveland, owner of Sun City-Summerlin Florist, 9442 Del Webb Blvd. “It’s also a great way to express your creative side in an elegant, artistic fashion.”
By including materials such as natural branches, evergreens, bright seasonal fruits and lush flowers, you can create a wintery woodland scene inside while outside is sunny and certainly not traditionally seasonal.
“Living in Las Vegas, you don’t get that winter wonderland landscape,” she said. “So you have to forge your own.”
Red berries add a punch of color; preserved cotton stems height and grandeur; noble fir clippings and pine cones add a touch of old-fashioned allure; and clusters of moss bring that touch of holiday green to any small display.
“The greens give out a fresh forestry smell, adding an aroma of the holiday spirit,” Cleveland said. “Most Christmas tree lots will give you the extra tree trimmings left behind, if you ask.”
Layering your moss, holiday greens and pine cones can produce a plush and sizable focal piece for a tablescape, mantel decor or entryway display.
“You can then build on your green base by adding accents like red berries and tufts of preserved cotton to capture that snowy mood,” she said.
This same concept can be carried throughout your home, from the staircase decor to the Christmas tree accents.
Easy ways to blend natural decorations into your holiday decor is by including holiday houseplants, such as amaryllis, poinsettias and blooming Christmas cactus, which can then be used throughout the year for color.
“I have used these same design concepts year after year, in my... (Las Vegas Review-Journal)Apr 22, 2016
Karla Bartel Jan. 1, 1938-Dec. 4, 2015
SUN CITY, Ariz. – Karla Bartel, 77 years, 11 months, Sun City, Ariz., died Dec. 4, 2015. She was born Jan. 1, 1938 in Jefferson, Iowa; moved to Torrington in 1950, graduated 1956 from Torrington High School. She attended the University of Wyoming on scholarship and was a member of Chi Omega. She met her husband, Harvey, in Denver, Colo.; they were married six months later in the Torrington Presbyterian Church on May 18, 1958. Harvey died May 29, 2014, shortly after their 56th anniversary.Karla and Harv moved to Minatare, Neb. where they farmed; in 1963 they moved southwest of Morrill, Neb., remaining there until 1985. Both of their children started and graduated from Morrill schools. After a few years in Colorado Springs, Colo. and Santa Clarita, Calif., they moved to Sun City; she retired from the City of Youngtown in 2003.Karla was involved in various activities (both her own and those of her husband, children and granddaughters): garden and card clubs, bowling teams, golf, Cub Scout... (The Torrington Telegram)Feb 3, 2016
Women of Whitebark donate to Staying Connected
With the help of honorary member “Piggy Sue,” the women of Sun City’s Whitebark Lane spent all of 2015 raising money to give away to the nonprofit of their choice.
The 30 women who live in the neighborhood started the tradition in January 2009, when they began placing money, mostly dollar bills, into a pig-shaped watering can named Piggy Sue.
Each time the women have gathered for a card game, luncheon or outing ever since, Piggy Sue has been in tow.
“Piggy Sue would only accept money from any one of us who would tell the group about a happy or proud event,” said Evelyn Whiting. “It could be a birthday, a successful mammogram or test result, the joy of a beautiful day or finishing a difficult project. The reasons were as endless as one’s imagination.”
At the end of the first year, the women had raised $500, which they decided to donate to Bluffton Self Help. The next year, they raised more money and donated $1,000 to Family Promise.
The women have raised a total of $6,500 since 2009 to help other nonprofits, including Citizens Opposed to Domest... (Bluffton Today)Feb 2, 2016
Phyllis Caudillo | 1941-2016
Anthony Caudillo of Yorba Linda, Calif., and Rebecca Caudillo of Brighton, Colo.; brother, Howard Nelson Wolfe of Laramie; sister, Norma Willis of Sun City, Ariz.; and four grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dewey and Exie Wolfe; and three brothers, Leo G. Wolfe, Virgil Dewey Wolfe, Jr. and Don Wolfe.
Life commemoration services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel with Rev. Max Janzen officiating.
Cremation has taken place at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society or the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
(Wyoming Tribune)Feb 2, 2016
Thanks from Ed Jones
Pies, Oscar’s Pizza, Pastarrific, Patti’s Scentsy, The Relax Place, Roby’s Bullseye Outdoors, Solutions Salon & Spa, Southside Marathon, Sun City Tan, The Sun Spot Natural Market, Sycamore Cottage, Tire Barn, Top of the Line Auto Detail, Victory Cycle Co., and White Lillies N Paradise Flower Shop.
We also want to say Thank You again this year to Howard Print Shop for printing our list for the display.
Thanks again to everyone who helped make this another wonderful year! It is truly an honor to help support such a worthy cause. We hope you had an amazing Christmas and make it a great New Year!”
... (Kokomo Perspective)
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