eNews for September 8, 2016

Top News

Register for Sun City Club Classic 
New Resident Services Hours
Sun City 101 Registration
Sun City Hilton Head Business Showcase
Saturday Nightlife Featuring Bobby Ryder Quartet 
September Farmers Market
Fall Parking Lot Sale
Be Gator Safe


Board of Directors/Board Appointed Committees
Modifications Committee September Meeting Schedule
Catch a New Episode of Leaders of the Lowcountry

Executive Office

Common Area Maintenance
Be Gator Safe

Communication
This Week On Healthy Living
This Week On Better Health, Better Life
SCTV News Scheduling


Community Standards
New Resident Services Hours
Modification Application Appointments
Sun City 101 Registration


Facilities Management
Got Paint?

Golf
Hidden Cypress Golf Shop Sale
Sign Up for First Jameson’s Fall Classic
Get Golf Ready in Five Days

Argent Lakes Summer Special – Everyday’s a Weekend
September Golf Clinic Calendar
Hole-In-One Report


Health and Wellness
Register for Sun City Club Classic 
Group Exercise Class Schedule Changes
Amenity Hours During Parking Lot Sale
September Farmers Market
Fall Conscious Aging Workshop


IT Services
Update Your Information for the Resident Directory

Clubs and Groups
Softball Club Fall Opening Day
9/11 Memorial Ceremony
Learn New Dance Steps at “Fun Dance”
Buckeye Group Walk and Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
Bicycle Club Cycling Safety Seminar
Duals at Dusk Tennis Exhibition

Sun City ROMEO Speaker
Lions Club Presents Monster Mash


Food and Beverage
September Live Music Schedule


Top News

Register for Sun City Club Classic
Sign up now for the first-ever Sun City Club Classic, brought to you by the Health and Wellness Department and 10 Sun City sports clubs. The event will take place October 17-26. The goal for the event is to encourage an active lifestyle and try new things, while also giving back to the surrounding community. This event will benefit the United Way of the LowCountry’s Early Grade Reading Program, which provides books and reading assistance to children in Beaufort and Jasper county schools. Each participating club will organize and run their own events while supporting the book drive. Events will focus more on having fun and less on competition, with no age group divisions, just overall medals.
 
Registration runs through October 10;
registration forms and more information are available at the Logo Building, fitness centers or golf pro shops. Sign up to participate in any of the club sporting events such as Pickleball, billiards, volleyball, golf, softball, table tennis and more! Participation costs $5 per event.  
 
New Resident Services Hours
In addition to regular hours from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Friday, Resident Services will now remain open until 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Resident Services is no longer open on the first Saturday of the month. Call (843) 705-4000 for more information.  
   
Sun City 101 Registration 
Sign up for the next Sun City 101 when sessions resume Monday, September 12. An orientation session for new and longtime residents, Sun City 101 meets at 10 a.m. every Monday in Pinckney Hall. Call Resident Services at (843) 705-4000 to reserve your seat.  
 
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Sun City Hilton Head Business Showcase 
10 a.m. Saturday, September 10 at Pinckney Hall
Come out for the first-ever Sun City Hilton Head Business Showcase! This event will feature a variety of local vendors highlighting their products and services. Tickets will be given out for prize drawings and food will be available for purchase from Downtown Catering, Lobster Rocks and Kona Ice. This is a free event.
Saturday Nightlife Featuring Bobby Ryder Quartet
7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 17 at Pinckney Hall
The Jazz Corner headliner Bobby Ryder returns to Sun City with a dynamic musical range that includes jazz, standards, blues, and especially his favorites Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Bobby Darin. Tickets are $12 at Lifestyle Services. Doors and full cash bar open at 7 p.m. Director of Lifestyle Services Jackie Merritt explains more in
this clip.

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September Farmers Market

10 a.m.–1 p.m. Wednesday, September 21 at the Pavilion
Start your morning off right by coming to the Sun City Farmers Market. It’s the perfect place get a cup of coffee and a muffin and pick up your fresh produce from locally grown farms around the area. Enjoy lunch on site featuring Joe Loves Lobster Rolls, Pierogi Hut, along with crab cakes/shrimp and grits and more. The Farmers Market isn’t just about food. Start your holiday shopping with handmade soaps and lotions, fresh local honey, jewelry and more. The band MCB & Friends will provide live entertainment while you shop.
      

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Fall Parking Lot Sale

8 a.m. Saturday, September 24 on Sun City Lane
It is that time of year again! Clean out your closets, empty the garage and come out to Sun City Lane! Everything must go! Coffee, donuts and hot dogs will be available for purchase. Donation trucks will be available at each end of Sun City Lane for donation drop-off. Learn more from Director of Lifestyle Services Jackie Merritt
in this video. 
 
Town Square will be closed until 2 p.m. Saturday, September 24 during the Parking Lot Sale. Purrysburg Fitness Center will open at 2 p.m. The Logo Building will also be open from 2–5 p.m. but will not be staffed. Stroke of the Week will be moved from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that day as a result of the Parking Lot Sale
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Be Gator Safe

Residents are reminded that it is illegal and dangerous to feed the alligators that live in Sun City Hilton Head’s ponds. Violators could face up to a $2,500 fine if caught feeding an alligator.
 
If an alligator sees humans as a food source, it has a reason to approach them and could become aggressive, meaning it will have to be removed from the community and destroyed. Children and pets should not go near the water’s edge of lagoons.
 
Alligators in a pond or lagoon are a sign of a healthy ecosystem and do not represent a problem with the fish. An alligator in Sun City’s lagoons or on a bank of a lagoon is not an aggressive alligator.
 
If you think you have an aggressive alligator on your property, contact Common Area Maintenance at 705-4061 during business hours or Security at 705-4083 after hours. They will review the situation and determine the best course of action.
    

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Board Of Directors/Board Appointed Committees

Modifications Committee September Meeting Schedule
The Modifications Committee will not meet Tuesday, September 20. The next Modifications Committee meeting will be 8 a.m. Tuesday, September 27. Modification applications that require committee review must be submitted by noon, Friday, September 23 for review at the September 27 meeting.

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Catch a New Episode of Leaders of the Lowcountry

The newest episode of Leaders of the Lowcountry is airing now and features Hardeeville Mayor Harry Williams and Marty Sauls, chairman of the Jasper County Council. Mayor Williams is a Sun City Jasper County resident with a career as both a business entrepreneur and service in municipal government. Chairman Marty Sauls is a lifelong resident of Jasper County, and he and his family are local legislators who have worked to improve Jasper County. They will discuss many changes happening in Jasper County, particularly future business development that could affect Sun City and Emergency Medical Services expansion. Leaders of the Lowcountry, brought to you by the Government and Business Affairs Committee and Sun City TV, airs at 11 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. daily on SCTV on Hargray channel 238, Time Warner Channel 5 or streaming on the community website.

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Executive Office

Find Your Community Association Offices
Lifestyle Services (event planning and room reservations) is located in Pinckney Hall. Most other Community Association offices, including Resident Services and Community Standards, are located in Palmetto Commons. Facilities and Common Area Maintenance offices are located in the Okatie Maintenance Yard on Hwy. 170. 
 

Common Area Maintenance

Residents are reminded that it is illegal and dangerous to feed the alligators that live in Sun City Hilton Head’s ponds. Violators could face up to a $2,500 fine if caught feeding an alligator.
 
If an alligator sees humans as a food source, it has a reason to approach them and could become aggressive, meaning it will have to be removed from the community and destroyed. Children and pets should not go near the water’s edge of lagoons.
 
Alligators in a pond or lagoon are a sign of a healthy ecosystem and do not represent a problem with the fish. An alligator in Sun City’s lagoons or on a bank of a lagoon is not an aggressive alligator.
 
If you think you have an aggressive alligator on your property, contact Common Area Maintenance at 705-4061 during business hours or Security at 705-4083 after hours. They will review the situation and determine the best course of action.
  
 
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Communication

This Week On Healthy Living
Get to know Coastal Carolina Hospital’s medical experts, doctors and surgeons in Sun City TV’s Healthy Living program, with your host Debi Lynes. This week, Jamie Cuff, a nurse practitioner, discusses the nurse practitioner career. Healthy Living airs every day at 9 a.m. on Hargray channel 238, Time Warner channel 5, and on this website.
 

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This Week On Better Health, Better Life
Find out how you can live healthier and better from Lowcountry experts by simply tuning into Sun City TV. Join WHHI’s Keri Dylan for Better Health, Better Life, a wellness show exclusively for Sun City residents. Every week, Keri is joined by a panel of doctors, physical therapists and healthcare experts discussing the latest trends in their fields.
 
This week, Jackie Brown and Amy Hane with Beaufort Memorial Hospital discuss breast health and Dr. Carole Drabik with Bishop Eye Associates discusses low vision therapy. New episodes air every Friday at 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.; check eNews weekly for a schedule. Tune into Sun City TV on Hargray channel 238, Time Warner channel 5 or watch a live stream by logging into this website and clicking on “Sun City TV.”
 

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A shortened version of the Severe Weather Preparedness show will air in place of SCTV News at the 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. time slots. Reruns of other Sun City TV shows will air during the 7:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. time slots; check eNews Weekly for an up-to-date broadcast schedule. Watch SCTV News on Hargray channel 238, Time Warner Channel 5 or streaming on this website. 
 

Community Standards

In addition to regular hours from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Friday, Resident Services will now remain open until 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Resident Services is no longer open on the first Saturday of the month. Call (843) 705-4000 for more information.  

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  In its continuing effort to provide one-on-one customer service interaction, the Community Standards Department is now scheduling appointments for residents to submit modification applications. This process provides a more personalized and time-efficient method for residents to submit applications. To schedule an appointment, call (843) 705-4000. Modification applications are available at Palmetto Commons or on this website. 

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  Sign up for the next Sun City 101 when sessions resume Monday, September 12. An orientation session for new and longtime residents, Sun City 101 meets at 10 a.m. every Monday in Pinckney Hall. Call Resident Services at (843) 705-4000 to reserve your seat. 

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Facilities Management

Got Paint?
Did you know that you can pick up free paint for your mailbox and post at the Facilities Maintenance office in the Okatie Maintenance yard? All you need to bring is a small container with a lid. Stop by between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Golf

Hidden Cypress Golf Shop Sale
Hidden Cypress Golf Shop is having a merchandise sale through September 15. During the sale, residents will receive an extra 20 percent off the member price on all men’s and women’s apparel.   

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Sign Up for First Jameson's Fall Classic
The inaugural Jameson’s Fall Classic will be Saturday, September 24 at Hidden Cypress Golf Club. The format is a four-person team gross best ball of the A and B player, plus the best ball of the C and D player. Men will play from the white tees and women will play from the black tees. Teams and pairings will be made by the golf shop staff. The entry fee is $15 and includes lunch and prizes. Regular golf fees paid day of play at the golf shop. After golf, lunch and the award presentation will be inside Jameson’s Charhouse. Individual players may sign up online using the TPP program or the GHIN handicap computers in the golf shops. The deadline to sign up is Monday, September 19.

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Get Golf Ready in Five Days
Get Golf Ready in Five Days returns to Sun City this fall with dates in October and November. If you have always wanted to play golf or be reunited to the game in a beginner-friendly environment, this is the program for you. Grab your golf buddy or come by yourself and get golf ready! The program consists of five 90-minute classes over a six-day period. Cost is $99. Each class is limited to eight students. Golf clubs will be provided for those who need them. Proper golf attire is required. Sign up for a class at Argent Lakes Golf Shop or to learn more, contact Kevin Foley at (843) 705-4017 or Kevin.Foley@schhca.com. Click here to see dates, times and locations of upcoming classes.  

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Argent Lakes Summer Special - Everyday's a Weekend in September
The Everyday’s a Weekend special at Argent Lakes Golf Course continues through September. Golfers can enjoy the weekend rate of $25 per player every day. The rate includes an 18-hole green fee and cart fee per player, tax not included. Tee times may be made through the Chelsea Tee Time reservation system or by calling the Argent Lakes golf shop at (843) 645-0507. Association events are not eligible for the Everyday’s a Weekend special rates. 

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September Golf Clinic Calendar
Perfect your putt or smooth out your swing with golf clinics at Sun City's courses. Click here for the September schedule. Clinics are $10 each, and you can sign up at the course in which the clinic you wish to attend is held.

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Hole-In-One Report
John Schlectic had a hole-in-one September 5 at Hidden Cypress Golf Course on hole 17 from 163 yards. He used a 5 wood. This event was witnessed by Bob D’Augustine, Bob Rebhan and Jim Matthews.

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Health and Wellness

Register for Sun City Club Classic
Sign up now for the first-ever Sun City Club Classic, brought to you by the Health and Wellness Department and 10 Sun City sports clubs. The event will take place October 17-26. The goal for the event is to encourage an active lifestyle and try new things, while also giving back to the surrounding community. This event will benefit the United Way of the LowCountry’s Early Grade Reading Program, which provides books and reading assistance to children in Beaufort and Jasper county schools. Each participating club will organize and run their own events while supporting the book drive. Events will focus more on having fun and less on competition, with no age group divisions, just overall medals.

Registration runs through October 10; registration forms and more information is available at the Logo Building, fitness centers or golf pro shops. Sign up to participate in any of the club sporting events such as Pickleball, billiards, volleyball, golf, softball, table tennis and more! Participation costs $5 per event.   

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Group Exercise Class Schedule Changes
The 9 a.m. Alignment Yoga class scheduled for September 9 at the Lakehouse and the 8 a.m. Tai Chi Class scheduled for September 15 at Purrysburg Fitness Center are canceled. See the fitness schedule in the September issue of SunSations for other classes.    

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Amenity Hours During Parking Lot Sale

Town Square will be closed until 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 24 during the Parking Lot Sale. Purrysburg Fitness Center will open at 2 p.m. The Logo Building will also be open from 2–5 p.m. but will not be staffed. Stroke of the Week will be moved from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that day as a result of the Parking Lot Sale.    

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September Farmers Market

10 a.m.–1 p.m. Wednesday, September 21 at the Pavilion
Start your morning off right by coming to the Sun City Farmers Market. It’s the perfect place get a cup of coffee and a muffin and pick up your fresh produce from locally grown farms around the area. Enjoy lunch on site featuring Joe Loves Lobster Rolls, Pierogi Hut, along with crab cakes/shrimp and grits and more. The Farmers Market isn’t just about food. Start your holiday shopping with handmade soaps and lotions, fresh local honey, jewelry and more. The band MCB & Friends will provide live entertainment while you shop.
      

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Fall Conscious Aging Workshop

9:30–11:30 a.m. Mondays October 3-November 21 at Riverbend
At this eight-week workshop, you will learn how to explore self-limiting beliefs, stereotypes and assumptions about aging while developing the self compassion to cope more effectively with changes, worries and stresses associated with aging. Participants will focus on listening to their inner wisdom and wisdom from the group while sharing in intimate conversation circles. Cost is $160 and includes participant workbook. Pre-register at the Lakehouse Fitness Center by Friday, September 23.
     

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IT Services

Update Your Information for the Resident Directory
All Sun City residents who wish to be included in the next edition of the Resident Directory are encouraged to review and update your contact and personal information online by logging into this website by November 1. You may also review and update your information at Palmetto Commons. Follow the directions below to update your Resident Directory information online:
  • Log in to Resident Central with your Member ID and password.
  • Click “Tools.”
  • Click “Personal Profile.”
  • Under “Contact Info,” review your contact information and update as needed.
  • When finished updating contact information, click “Directory Listing.”
  • Click “Add Listing.”
  • Follow the five-step prompt to add contact and personal information for inclusion in the Resident Directory.
  • When complete, click “Finish.”
Your contact information will not be included in the Resident Directory unless you fill out information listed under “Contact Info” first, and then “Directory Listing.” For one-on-one help, Webhelp is available from 9 a.m.–noon every Friday in the Pinckney Hall Lobby.    
 

Lifestyle Services

Ticket Sales Online
Tickets for all events (except Movie Nights, Matinee Movies and Feature Film Sundays) are on sale on this website and in Lifestyle Services at the online ticketing kiosk. To buy tickets online:
 
To buy tickets online:
  • Log in to this website with your member ID and password.
  • Click the “eTickets” button on Resident Central.
  • Select the show you want to attend.
  • Select your seats (if applicable)
  • Enter your billing information; be sure to have your credit or debit card information available.
  • Your tickets will be emailed to you to print at your convenience before the show.
  • Avoid long will-call lines by coming to Lifestyle Services to have your tickets printed anytime before the event. 
Please be aware that online ticket sales will close one hour before each event. Walk-ins at the door will be permitted, depending on available space. Tickets purchased at the door will be cash only.
 
Tickets for Movie Nights, Matinee Movies and Feature Film Sundays will be cash only and available only at the door beginning one hour prior to show time. Check the Happenings calendar for event descriptions, and ticket prices and availability.
 

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Sun City Hilton Head Business Showcase

10 a.m. September 10 at Pinckney Hall
Come out for the first-ever Sun City Hilton Head Business Showcase! This event will feature a variety of local vendors highlighting their products and services. Tickets will be given out for prize drawings and food will be available for purchase from Downtown Catering, Lobster Rocks and Kona Ice. This is a free event.
       

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Enjoy Iced Coffee, Irish Coffee at Pinckney Perk
In addition to fresh, hot Dunkin’ Donuts coffee, Pinckney Perk baristas are now serving iced coffee to help you beat the summer heat. And don’t miss out on Irish coffee nights and live music from your Sun City neighbors from 6–8 p.m. every Tuesday. While you’re there, purchase your own Pinckney Perk mug for $5. Pinckney Perk, located in the Pinckney Hall Lobby, is open from 8 a.m.–noon Monday through Friday. Pinckney Perk will not be open on Saturdays through October 1.
 
Pinckney Perk Entertainment Schedule:
Tuesday, September 13: Sue Staton on the accordion.
     

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Feature Film Sunday - Les Miserables: The 25th Anniversary Concert

3 p.m. Sunday, September 11 at Magnolia Hall
Honoring 25 years of one of the most popular musicals ever written, this film captures the unforgettable characters as they struggle for redemption and revolution. Live from London’s O2 Arena. Wine and cheese will be served from 2–3 p.m. in the Magnolia Hall Lobby. Tickets are $5 in Lifestyle Services. Walk-ins welcome.
    

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Saturday Nightlife Featuring Bobby Ryder Quartet

7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 17 at Pinckney Hall
The Jazz Corner headliner Bobby Ryder returns to Sun City with a dynamic musical range that includes jazz, standards, blues, and especially his favorites Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Bobby Darin. Tickets are $12 at Lifestyle Services. Doors and full cash bar open at 7 p.m. Director of Lifestyle Services Jackie Merritt explains more in
this clip.     

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Funny Business - Henry Cho

8 p.m. Tuesday, September 20 at Magnolia Hall; 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 21 at Pinckney Hall
Henry Cho has been performing all over the country and recently earned the nickname “Mr. Clean” for his always-clean comedy! Tickets are $12 with a purchase limit of eight tickets per household.
    

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Fall Parking Lot Sale

8 a.m. Saturday, September 24 on Sun City Lane.
It is that time of year again! Clean out your closets, empty the garage and come out to Sun City Lane! Everything must go! Coffee, donuts and hot dogs will be available for purchase. Donation trucks will be available at each end of Sun City Lane for donation drop-off. Table reservations are sold out. Learn more from Director of Lifestyle Services Jackie Merritt in
this video.      

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Chartered Club General Meeting

9 a.m. Thursday, September 29 at Pinckney Hall
Open to all Chartered Club officers and members. Walt Gnann, owner of ISLC, will hold a mini training session and answer questions on the list serve application. Please join us for an informative and interactive session. This is your opportunity to give feedback and ask questions. Refreshments provided.
    

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Carolina Swing Dance
7 p.m. Thursday, September 29 at Pinckney Hall
A swingin’ ensemble with a big band sound featuring Candice Skingley, the exciting new voice in Lowcountry jazz! Playing classic hits from the Great American Songbook, top pop hits from the last 50 years, Latin, R&B, and Jazz! Tickets are $12 with a maximum of eight tickets per household. Purchase tickets online and at Lifestyle Services using the online ticketing kiosks. Doors and cash bar open at 6:30 p.m.
   

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Save The Date: Holiday Craft Bazaar

1–5 p.m. Sunday, November 20 in Pinckney Hall
Get a head start on your holiday shopping at the Holiday Craft Bazaar! Browse a variety of homemade items created by our talented Sun City residents. Coffee, hot chocolate, soda and water will be available at Pinckney Perk. Free event.
 
Interested in selling your wares at the bazaar? Tables are $25 and go on sale October 3 in Lifestyle Services. An artisan and crafters license must be presented if you are not selling items as part of a club. Applications for this state Form 110 Retail License are available at Lifestyle Services and online at dor.sc.gov. Club presidents must sign a registration form if you are selling as part of a club. Table setup will be 7–10 p.m. November 19 and 8 a.m.–noon November 20. 
    

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Movies at Magnolia Hall

Tickets, $3, go on sale an hour prior to each showing unless otherwise noted.
 
Mother’s Day: 7 p.m Monday, September 12 and 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 20 (closed captioned for the hearing impaired) at Magnolia Hall. Three generations come together during the week leading up to Mother’s Day. Rated PG-13 for language and some suggestive material. Stars Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson (comedy, drama). 118 minutes.
 
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: 7 p.m. Monday, September 26 and 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 27 (closed captioned for the hearing impaired) at Magnolia Hall. A journalist recounts her wartime coverage in Afghanistan. Rated R for language, some sexual content, violent war images. Stars Tina Fey and Billy Bob Thornton (biography, comedy, drama). 112 minutes.
     

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Lifestyle Services Health Lecture Series

“Walk with the Doc” – Women and Osteoporosis: 6 p.m. Thursday, September 15 at the Lakehouse Ballroom. Hilton Head Hospital presents Dr. Kirk Johnson, Orthopedic Surgeon. Wine and cheese reception at 5:30 p.m.     

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Clubs and Groups

The Coed League begins its season Saturday, September 10 with opening ceremonies at 8 a.m. to include team introductions and the team sponsors throwing out the first pitch. Softball Club member Peg Welch will sing the National Anthem. The first of four games begins at 8:30 a.m.
 
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The Sun City Shalom Club will commemorate the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a community program at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, September 11 at the 9/11 memorial monument located in front of the Purrysburg Fitness Center. Representatives from the Sun City Veterans Association, Bluffton Township Fire District, Bluffton Police Department and local EMS stations will also attend. All Sun City residents are invited to attend this ceremony. For more information, see page 33 of your September SunSations.
 
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Join the Sun City Squares for a Fun Dance at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 13 in the Pinckney Hall Ballroom. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy an evening of dancing with an introduction to some basic square dancing calls. Refreshments will be served.
 
 
The Buckeye Group is sponsoring a walk for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and a pancake breakfast with silent auction for The Independence Fund from 8–11 a.m. Saturday, September 17 at the Pavilion. The Independence Fund provides specialized wheelchairs for men and women who have been wounded in combat. Entertainment by the SunSationals. All are welcome! Sign-in and walk at your own pace. For more information, see page 51 of your September SunSations.
 
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All Sun City residents are invited to attend a seminar on cycling safety and bike laws sponsored by the Bicycle Club at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, September 20 at Hidden Cypress. This hour-long presentation was created to share biking experiences inside the gates and to get questions answered by speaker Bill Lindsley. Coffee and light refreshments will be served at 10:15 a.m. Please RSVP to Bill at wlindsley@sc.rr.com. Another Courtesy on the Road Seminar is scheduled for October 18.
 
The Sun City Tennis Association is hosting the annual Duals at Dusk Tennis Exhibition at 5 p.m. Wednesday, September 21 at the Town Square Tennis Courts. All residents are invited to this exciting tennis event with live music and refreshments available for purchase. No tickets are required. Click here for more information.
 
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Sun City ROMEO meets at 7:30 a.m. the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Clubhouse at Okatie Creek. No membership dues. Dr. Tim Gross, DDM, will discuss sleep disorders, sleep apnea and the benefits and use of dental devices at the next meeting September 21. All residents are invited. For more information, contact Phil Wizwer, philwiz@aol.com.
 
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The Sun City Lions Club is hosting a Monster Mash dance from 6:30–9 p.m. October 29 at the Pinckney Hall Dance Floor. The Sunsationals will provide entertainment for the evening and costumes are encouraged. The event is BYOB (no hard liquor) and snacks, and ice will be provided. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $12. All proceeds will benefit the Volunteers in Medicine Eye Clinic in Ridgeland. To purchase a ticket, contact Ellen Smith at 705-7994 or ellens479@hargray.com.
 

Food and Beverage

Chris Paul: 7–10 p.m. September 13 and 17 at The Clubhouse at Okatie Creek.
Cheryl Christine: 7–10 p.m. September 24 at The Clubhouse at Okatie Creek.
 

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