Category: October 2019

Goofy Golf Tournament winners

PCM9GA Goofy Golf winning team: John Craven, Russ Georgesen, Jack Tulaba, and Joe Emery.

Christopher Mucha The PebbleCreek Men’s 9 Hole Golf Association (PCM9GA) mixed it up on Aug. 15 with a special Goofy Golf Tournament here at PebbleCreek. The temperatures were hot, but the golf was hotter, as the Golfing Niners showed off their skills in the summer sun. Winners were as follows: 1st place: 7 under, score 29; John Craven,…

“Dance into Fall”

John Harguindeguy The October dance for the PebbleCreek Ballroom Dance Club is “Dance into Fall,” scheduled for Oct. 18, in the Eagle’s Nest Ballroom. The evening will start at 6 p.m. with no-host cocktails, as well as opening ticket sales for members for the Nov. 16, Mistletoe Ball, followed by dancing from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. with the music of keyboardist and…

A breast cancer message for men and women

Rayma Scalzo Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I want to take this opportunity to remind you to make sure you get your mammograms. I might also say that my breast cancer, as well as others in our Breast Cancer Support Group, did not show up on a mammogram. Therefore, it is very important…

Guitar Group plays “Storytelling Songs”

Jim Sykes The Guitar Group, LifeLong Learning’s (LLL) newest year-round program, will present its first public performance on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the LLL center. There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited, so you must register at www.lifelonglearningatpc.org/guitar. What is a storytelling song, you ask? They are songs that have a…

Kumihimo time

Come and learn a new craft at the Creative Arts Center. Kumihimo is an ancient form of braiding developed by the Japanese, that dates as far back as the sixth century. With Western influence, it has evolved today to include beautiful cords used for jewelry, interior décor, and other complementary art forms. The class is taught…

Coming soon: PCAC presents the Fall Art Show

Acrylic painting by Betty Jean Kennedy.

Charlene Romanos The PebbleCreek Art Club’s (PCAC) annual art shows have grown to be one of the most popular events that take place every spring and fall. The gallery exhibits and showcases artwork by club members in the PebbleCreek community, with works presented in every variety of media. A three-person jury of art professionals select the best…

Logan boys return

From left to right: Roger Krouskup, Rick Horst, Charlie Hunt, Lou Tronzo, Dan Clinton, and Jim McKenna.

Dennis Whitley A group of tennis players and friends who participate in the Utah State University Summer Citizen program in Logan City, UT, have returned to PebbleCreek and resumed their weekly tennis matches. The Summer Citizen program was started in 1977 and serves as a destination for seniors to experience a moderate summer climate and a…

The Music Man tickets on sale now

Cast members include (left to right): John Fuhrmann (Marcellus), Dan Baker and Ray Hadden (school board Members), Donna Prinz and Shotzie Workman (Pick-A-Littles), Nancy Davis (Marian), Susie Moy (Winthrop), Chuck Kelly (anvil salesman), and Jack Coate (Professor Hill).

Carrie Mataraza The audience-pleasing classic The Music Man comes to the Renaissance Theater on Nov. 18 through 23, and tickets go on sale on Oct. 19. Presented by the resident musical theater company, Showtime, the production features a family-friendly story, familiar tunes, toe-tapping dance numbers (with Dance Fusion at their finest!), and a cast of eccentric characters everyone will…

News from the PebbleCreek Singles Club

Jan Hansen Fifteen members of the PebbleCreek Singles recently attended a presentation at the Lunch Time Theater in Phoenix at the Herberger Theater Center. It was called “Remember When,” which featured three decades of music and memories. The production recalled the evolution of America’s music and pop culture from the fabulous ’50s through the swingin’ ’60s, to…