Erica Glenn Extends an Invitation

The United Church of Christ’s new choir director, Erica Glenn, would like to extend a warm invitation to all members of the Sun Lakes community to join the SLUCC Choir, regardless of church affiliation. Participation is free, and all are welcome!united-church-of-christ-erica-glenn

Interested in joining or observing a rehearsal?  Drop by the Chapel Center on any Monday at 12:30 PM.  Rehearsals take place each Monday from 12:30-2 PM in the Chapel Center (9230 E Sun Lakes Blvd), and Sunday services begins at 11:15 AM (with a brief rehearsal at 10:30 AM).

Ms. Glenn is a doctoral candidate in Choral Conducting at Arizona State University and has taught music in New York City, Boston, and beyond.  For the past three years, she conducted the six award-winning choirs at the American International School of Utah.

She is thrilled to be making music now with all of you in the Sun Lakes community!united-church-of-christ-choir

Contact Info:  (801) 669-4542




SURPRISE, ARIZ., (April 29, 2012) – The women’s team from Sun Lakes, Ariz. representing the USTA Southwest Section, captured the national title at the USTA League 7.0 Super Senior National Championships held at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Surprise, Arizona.

The Sun Lakes team defeated a team from Beverly, Mass., 3-0 in the Championship match.  Earlier in the day, the Sun Lakes team defeated a team from San Juan, Puerto Rico,3-0 in the semifinals.  They advanced this far by winning their round-robin flight contested Friday and Saturday.

The team is captained by John Radcliffe and features Judith Lamers, Randi Rex, Sharon Lee Feltus, Barbara Jean McManus, Jeri Schulz, Lola  Bernadelli, Sue Garretson, Drena Radcliffe and Joan  Anderson and plays at the Iron Oaks Tennis Club.

The top four teams in order of finish are: Southwest Section, New England Section, Eastern Section and Caribbean Section.

This year’s USTA League 7.0 Super Senior National Championship has drawn the top 33 teams (16 men’s and 17 women’s) from throughout the nation. Read more