Sun Senior News
By Sandi Dolbee
As it turns out, not everyone has spent this COVID clampdown binge-watching Schitt’s Creek or scouring YouTube for Randy Rainbow parodies to post on Facebook.
Several of our club members have spent their isolation doing some pretty incredible things — like learning to play the blues on the ukulele, painting with fingernail polish, baking bagels and sewing elaborate quilts. The activities committee will be featuring some of this talent in a special show-and-tell extravaganza via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. May 7.
Joan Lacktis painted this howler monkey from a photo she took during a pre-COVID visit to Belize.
And back by popular demand, we’ll also be hosting Round 3 of our bingo games on Zoom beginning at 6:30 p.m. April 10. Remember: Dollar Tree sells packs of buttons that are the perfect size for covering the numbers on your bingo cards.
Watch your inbox for the weekly club emails, which will provide details and the Zoom links for both these events.
Meanwhile, be sure to mark your calendar for the return of our Holiday Dinner and Dance on Dec. 11. More information to come as we get closer to the annual gathering (which we had to skip last year because of the shutdown).
The Lavender Friends Club is a group of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and those in friendship who reside in beautiful Sun City Lincoln Hills, California.
Our primary goal is to create, and sponsor social gatherings and events that will appeal to the broad base of our members who enjoy getting together with others and sharing quality time and their experiences. Equally important is our goal of supporting one another and offering service to our community.
We believe that strong communities begin with solid relationships and our primary purpose is to build a greater sense of community through social interaction, open communication and shared information.