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Striving to be an oasis of island sound in the desert, the Sun City Strummers pull, pluck and strum heartstrings as well as ukelele strings.
Instructor Patricia Izzi, center, looks over her materials as Carol Putnam, left, Florence Mills and Mary Jane Clabots do an exercise. The key is to get brains working in a new way, Izzi says.
GREEN VALLEY - At first glance, brain aerobics may look like idle fun, but it's far from mere child's play.
"We were enthralled with the climate," says Roger Waldman, who along with his wife, Elizabeth, moved to SaddleBrooke in 2005.
Arizona's economy historically relied on five C's: copper, cattle, cotton, citrus and climate.
The SaddleBrooke Singers performed in an April 2012 concert. They will sing again on April 5 and 7.
The SaddleBrooke Singers succeed with numbers. The massive, retiree-filled choir has about 80 members, staging concerts with between 65 and 70 singers belting out songs to crowds of more than 300.
PHOENIX - A judge is considering whether retired Arizona elected officials can again receive cost-of-living raises to their pensions.