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Art Club's web site:
Bill and Phyllis Hodges – what’s happening in our community videos:
Camp Bayou Buzzzzz:
ClubLink - Golf , Clubhouse & Recreation Memberships: or call 813-633-1015 x115
Community Association’s Monthly Newspaper online:
Compare Hospitals: SCC Woman’s Club:
Elks Club 813.645.2089
John Bowker’s web site:
Kings Point Chorus:
Kings Point Monthly Newspaper online: 
Minibus Travel club Events.  For Schedule, Sold Out, or Cancelled:
Project Lifesaver Call 211 
RADIO STATION FM 96.3 - Sun City Center's own radio show live online! and click on Listen Live! Old Time Radio Classics featuring old radio programs from the 30s to the 60s.
Recycling Hillsborough County: 
SCC FREE Ads and Events online: or Email: to submit all items for Ads and Events
SCC Campaign against Human Trafficking  www.SCCBlueHeart.Org
Seniors vs. Crime Project of Attorney General in SCC. Report scams, etc. Call 813.634.8666
South Shore Coalition for Mental Health and Aging: Resource Guide: 
SouthShore Library: 
Sun City Center Charitable Foundation: 
Sun City Center’s Facebook page of events: Friends of Sun City Center 
Sun City Center Emergency Squad: 
Sun City Center Hearing Loss Association Chapter:
Sun City Center's Men's Club:
Sun Towers Retirement Community: or call 813-634-3347
The Hope Fund’s website:
The Irish Connection Club:
United Community Church College, SCC Facebook Page
United Community Church and Church College to benefit, please click the “Amazon Smile” symbol at the bottom of the Church’s webpage or go directly to 
Veterans Donations of household items to help homeless veterans moving into apartments: call Dave Weber at 813.215.2486 
Veterans Legal Service Assistance: For Vets who cannot afford legal services, contact Haley VA Legal Services Clinic at 813-318-7010 
CMSgt (USAF Ret) Milton Bell’s Links for Military\Retirees\Veterans website at
Military retirees may join the TRICARE For Life mailing list at
Military retirees\veterans may join the Retiree-Veterans mailing list at
Military retiree\veterans events schedule at
Golf carts should use the same roadway and lanes used by other motorized vehicles.  Sensors in the roadway will be activated by the weight of the cart and driver and cause the traffic signal to change.


Growing church in Sun City Center seeks half-time Sexton (Custodian). The Sexton is the caretaker of the building, providing weekly cleaning and light maintenance that will aid in allowing our members and guests an opportunity each week to care for themselves and others, have meaningful worship and prepare for spreading the Good News of the Gospel. Please send a resume and cover letter to Greg Diehl at - 7/10/17


We are excited to announce that registration is open for Cownose Cove Volunteers at Tampa Electric’s Manatee Viewing Center (MVC) in Apollo Beach! Cownose Cove is staffed by The Florida Aquarium’s team members seven days a week throughout the entire season that the MVC is open: November 1 through April 15.
The daily tasks of this position will include interacting with guests and other team members at the MVC, providing accurate information about the animals that call Cownose Cove home and those in the surrounding environment, as well as monitoring the health of the resident stingrays and the life support systems of the habitat.
Each day will be divided into two four-hour shifts: 9:30AM - 1:30PM, and 1:00 - 5:00PM. Volunteers may register for both shifts on the same day. Volunteers will be outside for the duration of the four-hour shift.
Minimum Requirements
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Able to commit at least one four-hour shift per week for the entire duration of the MVC’s season. Shifts are from 9:30AM – 1:30PM and 1:00 – 5:00PM, seven days a week; you may sign up for both shifts on the same day. Able to commit to several training sessions during September and October, at the Aquarium in downtown Tampa and at the Manatee Viewing Center in Apollo Beach.
Have reliable transportation to and from the Manatee Viewing Center.
Able to be outside in a west central Florida climate.
Able to be on your feet for up to 4 hours at a time.
Able to communicate about the health of the animals and the status of the life support systems with a remote Husbandry contact (via phone or text). Feel free to forward this information to any person or organization you feel might be interested in learning more about this position. We will be advertising in neighborhoods surrounding the MVC and any help we can get through word-of-mouth is greatly appreciated!
If you have any questions about the position, or if you would like to apply for a shift assignment, please reach out to Rebecca Hughes at or (813) 367-4075.  8/10/17

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Friday and 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Saturday at SouthShore United Church of Christ, 1501 LaJolla Ave. Sun City Center. Set up for vendors Thursday, September 28 from 12:00 noon - 3:00 p.m. and Friday, September 29 7:00 a.m. The cost of a 6 foot table with 2 chairs is only $30. Please forward your application and check made out to Sun City Center Woman's Club no later than September 10th. The information for mailing is included on the application. For questions feel free to contact Sally Anne Barclay at (813) 634-2912 or email We sincerely hope you'll consider being a part of this fundraising event to benefit AMIKids YES Wimauma and The SouthShore Campaign Against Human Trafficking. To learn more about AMIKids YES call (813) 671-5213 or visit To learn more about The Campaign Against Human Trafficking-SouthShore call (813) 603-3100 or visit 

Caring for those who care – VA Caregiver Support Program values your commitment 
Caregivers play an important role in the health and well-being of Veterans, and caring for a wounded, ill, or injured Veteran is not easy work. Without family caregivers, many of these Veterans could not remain close to family and in their communities.
VA knows that family caregivers who care for Veterans in their own homes have been putting Veterans first since the founding of our nation. That’s why VA’s Caregiver Support Program provides training and education to enhance the caregiver’s role. The program focus is to improve the care-giver’s understanding of the impact their work has on the health and well-being of the Veteran they care for and their families as well as how their work affects them, too.
Caregivers who participate in VA’s Caregiver Support Program tell us that the program has helped them feel more confident in their role, that it has made them even more proficient in supporting the Veteran they care for in treatment and rehabilitation.
To learn more about the VA Caregiver Support Program, visit the Caregiver Website or call the Caregiver Support Line at 1-855-260-3274. You can also contact your local Caregiver Support Coordinator located at every VA medi-cal center across the United States.

More than 18,000 vets verified for online exchange access, and thousands are already shopping.  Exchange officials have verified 18,011 honorably discharged veterans for online shopping privileges. 
The verification process allows honorably discharged veterans to get their credentials in order before the online exchanges open to veteran shoppers Nov. 11. The new benefit is for online shopping only, and doesn't extend to exchange stores on installations.  
The site relies on veteran records that exist in the Defense Manpower Data Center database; if a veteran's records are not there or aren't complete, the veteran will receive instructions on how to upload the information. TO REGISTER:  

Interfaith Council wishes to thank the community for their support of the Nearly New Thrift Shop.  Summer hours take place from June 3rd - September 2nd. During June July and August, the shop is opened for shopping on Saturday 8a- noon.  June 3rd starts our summer schedule.  Our Fall schedule will start on September 6. Donations are accepted 8a-3:30p Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  On Wednesday and Saturday donations are accepted 8a-11:30a.  Please do not leave donations if the shop is closed. Interfaith Council is a faith based group that serves the community through grants and scholarships. We are grateful for the dedicated volunteers who staff the store.  Volunteers are always needed to make the shop run smoothly.  Stop in at the shop to volunteer. We wish everyone a super summer and rewarding shopping trips to the Nearly New Thrift Shop. 

Please pass on this important information about hepatitis C with Veterans you interface with on a daily basis. We have the latest treatment options available for Veterans that essentially cure the disease. Your help with sharing this information would be greatly appreciated. For additional information, please contact me. 
To read a Bay Pines Veteran's success story with hepatitis treatment, visit: 
(O) (727) 398-6661, EXT. 15031 | (M) (727) 798-1531 | (F) (727) 398-9442

Golf carts should use the same roadway and lanes used by other motorized vehicles.  Sensors in the roadway will be activated by the weight of the cart and driver and cause the traffic signal to change.

The Sun City Center Lions Club meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Sandpiper Grille, 1702 South Pebble Beach Boulevard.  Meeting begins at 11:00 a.m.  For more information please contact President Gloria Rodzielowicz - 419-4187 or the McGovern's - 633-4202.

SHINE provides free, unbiased and confidential counseling through a dedicated network of volunteers, empowering Florida seniors to make informed decisions.  We help older adults and individuals with disabilities, including their caregivers and loved ones, with Medicare through education, counseling, and assistance.  The SHINE Program is operated locally through the Senior Connection Center, the local Aging and Disability Resource Center in our community. Call 1-800-96-ELDER or visit for more information.

For our Veterans: Congressman Bilirakis Introduces Bill to Compensate Veterans Fairly - WASHINGTON, D.C.
U.S. Representative Gus Bilirakis (FL-12) has introduced the Retired Pay Restoration Act (H.R. 303), legislation allowing Veterans to receive both military retired pay and VA disability compensation. This is the first bill introduced by Bilirakis in the 115th Congress. “The men and women who dedicated their lives to serving our nation should be compensated fairly for their sacrifices,” said Bilirakis. “I introduced the Retired Pay Restoration Act to ensure that all Veterans who receive retirement payments following their military service can also receive disability payments from the VA. With this bill, we’re making sure Veterans are getting the benefits they have earned and deserve.” Under current law, many Veterans with service-connected injuries have their disability pay deducted from their retirement pay—even though they are completely different benefits. The Retired Pay Restoration Act would make sure these two benefits do not count against each other. The legislation will now head to the House Veterans Affairs Committee and the House Armed Services Committee for consideration. Introduced Jan 5, 2017. To follow this bill go to 

The Caregiver Symposium for Brain Health, sponsored by Sun Towers Retirement Community has now been uploaded to the Caregiver Collaberation Channel for you to view. Use this link to youtube: 

Deception burglaries and home improvement scams occur year-round, but are known to increase when the weather gets warmer. These criminals are on the move and typically travel together in pairs.  They will pose as utility workers, contractors, landscapers, or any other profession that commonly deals with homes.   One suspect will distract the homeowner, while the other suspect secretly enters the home to search for valuables and cash.  You can stay ahead of the scam by following these simple tips:
Be aware of strangers coming to your door to offer home repairs or lawn maintenance
Avoid letting strangers inside your home to conduct security or utility inspections
Ask to see employment verification and credentials for anyone claiming to be with a local utility company
Be leery of maintenance visits that you did not previously schedule  

SCAM ALERT:  If a nice young man comes to your door and asks you to come outside so he can show you something on your property that he can help you fix, be wary. We have an incident in town where our resident stepped out with the fellow around back but then, on coming in, found a female companion inside the house. She dropped a piece of jewelry as she was leaving; our resident quickly went into the bedroom and found all sorts of things missing in there. (Thanks John)

The United Methodist Church of Sun City Center Updates Times of Services:
 8:00 AM……Contemporary Service, Life Enrichment Center
 9:00 AM……Traditional Service, Sanctuary
10:00 AM….Contemporary Service, Life Enrichment Center
11:00 AM…Traditional Service, Sanctuary
 4:00 PM….Hispanic Service, Life Enrichment Center
*FREE Nursery Available for all services…

New e-publication “The SCC Curmudgeon Report”, providing insight into the goings on in Sun City Center and SouthShore. Produced by Bob Black. With a rich history in correspondence, Bob began writing in Korea when he got out of a combat infantry company in 1952 and took on the 2nd Infantry Division newspaper and then on to Stars & Stripes in Tokyo.  Totaling 65 years of covering the news, sometimes interrupted by 40 years of owning a public relations firm and retiring to Sun City Center in 2002 where he began as a columnist, writer and editor of The NEWS of Sun City Center.  After spending four years on the Community Association Board of directors, Bob went on to became a golf and sports writer for the SCC Sun when it was a weekly newspaper owned by the Tampa Tribune and then the SCC Observer as a columnist.  He is now a “correspondent” for the Tampa Bay (born as the St. Petersburg) Times. The “SCC Curmudgeon Report” will make space available for critical discussion from the general public with a few ground rules:  1.  Keep it to 200 words; 2. No name-calling, no libelous statements; 3.  Positive or negative, keep it on one subject; 4.  The will choose what gets printed and edit for length; 5. Sign your name and put your phone number with it so we can confirm it’s you writing the letter.  We won’t run the phone number, we will run your name. To receive the report or contribute, email Bob at (

SCC Lamplighters: There is a new group in town and I couldn’t be happier to wish them success in a project that epitomizes the spirit of the Sun City Center lifestyle. They call themselves the SCC Lamplighters and their goal is to make Sun City Center a safer and brighter place to live. If your street lamp at the foot of your driveway is burned out, they will come and replace it!  There is no charge for their labor; if the homeowner can pay for a replacement bulb, they will ask you to do so, but if you cannot pay for it, they will supply it at no cost. How wonderful it would be to look down a street in Sun City Center and see those quiet lights at every driveway.  Sound good?  Call 813-505-5927 and they will make an appointment to come to your home to replace the bulb.  

From John Bowker and worthy of sharing: There is a club in town I have never helped publicize.  Back some 5 years ago a group of people who love to fish found each other and organized a monthly schedule of meetings.  They often have guest speakers, fish fries twice a year (yes, their own fish!), along with trips out into the salt water and to the Skyway Fishing Pier and more. More information at:   Their webpage is   or you can call Bob Preston at 813-404-5507. 

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The Disabled American Veterans, DAV Chapter 110 of Sun City Center has two main services or programs.  
One is to provide no cost transportation to ambulatory veterans who have medical appointments at the James A. Haley Veteran’s Hospital in Tampa.  Transportation is provided up to five days a week depending upon the veterans’ needs.  The other service is to provide veterans or their spouses/families with information on services and benefits that they may be eligible for.  That service includes the filing or assistance with filing the various VA claim forms, as well as helping them navigate the VA system.  The Chapter Service Officers are available from 10AM to 2PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.  To make an appointment, call 813-331-3871.  Walk-ins are welcome.  We are located at 1002 Cherry Hills Drive.  If you need a ride to the James A. Haley VA Hospital, please call 813-642-0302 a week before you need a ride to ensure a seat on the van.  The van starts its pick-up service about 6:45AM and usually returns to Sun City Center between 11:30-12:30.  When scheduling your appointments at the hospital let your scheduler know that you are riding the DAV van and they will try to schedule your appointment so that you may avail yourself of the van service. DAV van (drivers and dispatchers) and Chapter Service Officers staff are all volunteers with no charges to the veterans.  Monetary donations and volunteer help are always welcome and greatly appreciated.  Everything received goes 100% to support the two DAV programs mentioned above in Sun City Center.  

Hillsborough County residents can receive free one-on-one financial guidance on basic personal finance topics from Florida Master Money Mentors. Mentors can meet with you here in town at a convenient time for you to provide guidance on how to develop a spending and savings plan, manage debt, build a good credit history, and achieve financial goals. The mentor will provide continued guidance for as long as you need to learn the basics of financial management.  Any Hillsborough County resident interested in meeting with a Florida Master Money Mentor can call Lisa Leslie at (813) 744-5519, ext. 54143. 

Medicaid (Managed Care) Patients looking for Psychiatrist, look no further!
Holistic Medical Care Clinic LLC has openings for Medicaid and Medicaid Managed Care Plan  psychiatric patients.    Usually, psychiatrist has no openings for Medicaid patients, even Medicare with Medicaid as secondary insurance.  But as part of Holistic Medical Care Clinic LLC's outreach program, we will be opening spots for Medicaid patients from July to September.    Holistic Medical Care Clinic is located at 400 Frandorson Circle # 103, Apollo Beach, FL 33572.  Please call 813-398-0470 to schedule your next appointment.  

The Community Association is providing space for the SENIORS vs CRIME Organization as they are losing their present location. They will be relocating to 940-D Cherry Hills Drive. (Pelican Room - former Photo Club Room) in the Old Town Hall Building. SENIORS vs CRIME is an advocate organization supported by the Florida Attorney General to protect seniors. They work closely work with our Resource Deputy and the HCSO. They provide a tremendous service to our community.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM For Those in Need of Financial Assistance
Did you know that the St. Vincent de Paul Society offers assistance to those in our community who have fallen on difficult times? Every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society are on hand to help those who are in need of financial assistance. All information is kept confidential. For more information, please call (813) 385-6110. Prince of Peace Catholic Church is located at 702 Valley Forge Boulevard in Sun City Center. For more information on our parish community, please visit:

SUN RADIO LOOKING FOR "GO FUND ME" DONTATIONS. Interested to learn more? Visit: 

PICKLEBALL - easy to play, quick to learn, and lots of fun for all ages. Sun City Center Pickleball Club welcomes everyone interested in playing. Courts are located behind the Community Hall in the Sun City Center Sports Complex off of South Pebble Beach Blvd. Those interested in learning can check the court bulletin boards for who to contact about lessons. You must be a current member of the Community Association to play on the courts. However, becoming a member in the SCC Pickleball Club provides you with full benefits including many fun-filled social events, lively tournament play, and members-only court time. Learn more about SCC Pickleball Club through our website SCC Pickleball Club Home Page

2:30 - 5:30 p.m. Early Bird Dinner Menu at LATITUDES APOLLO, 131 HARBOR VILLAGE LANE (813)-645-9700
All Entrees are served with your choice of a soup or side Salad!!! All Entrees $9.99

Have you been paying premiums for long term care coverage and are not sure if you qualify for benefits based on the verbiage in your policy? Would you like it translated?  If you have a copy of your policy and would like to have a skilled Attorney review it on your behalf, don’t wait… Contact:  Steven M. Dunn, P.A. 1135 Kane Concourse, 5th Floor. Miami, Florida 33154. (O) 305-868-1400 - (F) 305-868-1409 - (Toll Free) 1-888-576-9076

Sun City Center LIONS Club collects used eye glasses, reprocesses and gives to those in need.  The Lions have many drop boxes in the Sun City Center and Ruskin areas:  Sunhill Optical, Eye Associates of Sun City Center, Burger King, Winn Dixie, Sun City Center Emergency Center, Redeemer Lutheran Church, Sun City Cataract & Eye Center, United Community Church, Opti-Mart, Elks Club, WalMart, Security Patrol Office, Sun City Chamber of Commerce, Kauffman Eye Institute, Aston Gardens at the Courtyards, Plaza Barber Shop, Sun City Center Library, Ruskin Eye Center, Aston Gardens, Freedom Plaza, Publix, Boggs Jewelers and Sun Towers Retirement Community. The Lions meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Sandpiper Grille, 1702 South Pebble Beach Boulevard in Sun City Center.  For more information, contact Pres. Gloria Rodzielowicz - 419-4187; the McGoverns - 633-4202.

Need resources in South Shore? Visit The South Shore Coalition For Mental Health and Aging's Community Resource Guide at:

AMAZON Funding for the South Shore Coalition for Mental Health and Aging! Just visit Once there, chose: South Shore Coalition For Mental Health & Aging Inc, Location: Sun City Ctr, FL and this organization will receive a .05% of the sale from your purchase! Thank you for your help! 

Have You Heard? SouthShore has its own radio station! WPHX 101.9 "The Phoenix" The Firehouse Cultural Center is excited to announce a brand new project that promises to bring an innovative sound to SouthShore-WPHX 101.9 FM radio! We’ve completed installation of our antennae that broadcasts a signal throughout the community, and can even be heard as far as the Skyway Bridge. WPHX is in the formative stages of becoming one of the only local, listener-supported radio stations in the country that is connected to a cultural center. The Phoenix will provide a variety of arts, music, education and information programming to connect our community. We need your input and ideas! You can also follow our Facebook page, or sign up to receive station updates at Tune in to 101.9 FM and hear the sounds of SouthShore! Firehouse Cultural Center | 813-645-7651 | 

Community Church College Email Notifications - The Community Church College (, 1501 La Jolla Ave, Sun City Center, Florida, has begun a new service for our community.  In our efforts to make everyone aware of the college activities, class schedules and trips, we have started a college email lists. The email list is only used for college purposes. All emails will have the recipients email in the blind copy address, so no one sees anyone else’s email address.  To be added, send your email to Any time you wish to unsubscribe to our mailings there will be an unsubscribe link in the emails.

If so, contact Seniors VS Crimes at 813-634-8666. Seniors VS Crimes is a special project of the Florida Attorney General’s Office. There is NO COST to use this service. Staffed by volunteers. Call for more information or to make an appointment.


COMMUNITY CATS AT SUN TOWERS NEED YOUR HELP - There is great need of a feeder for the community cats.   You can make your own schedule any time between 6am and 9am on Saturday mornings.   Michelle can provide the details and training.  Feline Folks, your neighbors who care for community cats,  will provide all the food, support and any Call Michelle at  941-929-6435. 

Please do NOT feed the Cats around the North Club House. When you feed them, you put them in jeopardy of being euthanized. The cats are well fed every morning by FELINE FOLKS. Our food has ingredients to treat for fleas & worms. We would love to tell you more about this and about an opportunity to help us care for the cats. Feline folks: 

FUR-EVER HOMES NEEDED – if you are thinking of adding a fur member to your family, please consider adopting one of the precious dogs/cats from CARE. The shelter is open Tues – Sat from 10am – 3pm. Thank you for your support. The shelter is located minutes from our community at 1528 27th St. S.E.., Ruskin, FL 33570. (813) 645-2273

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT C.A.R.E.S. ~ C.A.R.E. our local animal rescue in Ruskin is looking for volunteers and donations.  C.A.R.E. is a no-kill, volunteer run, animal shelter for neglected, abused and unwanted cats and dogs in Ruskin. Volunteers are always needed at the shelter - the hours are (mornings) 7:00 am - 11:30 am or (afternoons) 11:30 am - 3:30 pm and any combination of hours in-between. Our "animal volunteers" perform a multitude of tasks throughout their day to help with finding all of our animals a forever home. Volunteers are needed seven days per week rain or shine all year long. If you have any availability, please visit the CARE website at to learn more about how to submit your volunteer application.

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