PEOPLE Friendship Club Computer classes taught Monday
Computer classes conducted by the Friendship Club in Clubhouse 3, Room 4, are open to all Leisure Worlders and their guests.
A repeatable introduction to the personal computer (most versions) with Jeff Sacks will be conducted Monday, July 7, from 9-10 a.m., followed by open computer questions about Windows, Mac, iPads and other tablets, from 10-11 a.m.
Jeff will present an introduction to the iPad at 11 a.m.
Wireless Internet is available in Clubhouse 3, so wireless laptops and iPads are welcome.
Maxine Smith will not be having her eBay class during the summer. Her classes will resume in September.
Light refreshments are served. The cost is $5 for one or all classes. For information, call Jeff Sacks, (714) 642-0122.

Rainbow Ladies Social
Number of ladies attending is growing
The newly formed Rainbow Ladies Social Club had a great turnout at its second meeting on June 8. A total of 42 ladies enjoyed the program and socialization.
Many did not realize that there were so many gay ladies in Leisure World, and club is sure that there are more, so it extends an invitation to all gay ladies who live in the community to come out and join “sisters.”
The July meeting will feature a different member doing the program. Refreshments will be served, but instead of coffee, everyone is encouraged to bring their own soda or bottled water.
Mark calendars for Tuesday, July 1, 6 p.m., Clubhouse 3, Room 5.
For further information, call (714) 847-5916.

Sunshine Club
Classes help to build bridges between residents
The Sunshine Club has been “Building Bridges for a Brighter Leisure World” for nearly two- and-half years. The club was established to improve communication and understanding between the different ethnic groups living in Leisure World, and for residents to get involved.
The club invites all of its previous guest speakers to the third annual picnic on Saturday, July 5, in the Clubhouse 1 picnic area. A barbecue lunch will be served along with potluck dishes furnished by the members.
The program will include line dances lead by Pat Erickson and Gui Baker. The Hui O Hula will perform, including a couple of audience participation dances. Deejay Max Cadabona will provide music.
To achieve a better environment, the Sunshine Club asked members a month ago to participate in “bring-your-own coffee mug,” to help save the earth from contamination by materials such as Styrofoam cups often used at meetings and gathering.
The group uses the weekly Golden Rain News as a textbook and considers the GR News a treasure of information that enhances living in LW. The club uses the information on various activities, events, classes and about the different cultures. It also uses the paper to learn about GRF rules and regulations.
The class is held every Friday morning in Clubhouse 3, Room 8 or 2, from 10-noon.
—Anna Derby
PHOTO—“Building Bridges for a Brighter Leisure World” —Sunshine Club participants invite all shareholders to join them Fridays in Clubhouse 3, Room 8 (occasionally Room 2), from 10 a.m.-noon, to learn more about Leisure World, and to bring-their-own coffee cups to help the environment. Everyone is welcome. Membership is not required and refreshments are provided. an-American Club

Korean-American Club
Annual veteran picnic is July 10
The Korean-American Club will host its annual picnic for all Korean War veterans on Thursday, July 10, in the picnic area next to Clubhouse 1.
All Korean War veterans are invited to join club members and enjoy Korean food.
For more information, call Esther Kim, (714) 616-6267.

Relatively Speaking
Grandson is class valedictorian
Morton and Helene Goldberg, Mutual 14, had the pleasure of attending the Calabasas High School graduation where their grandson Ethan Goldberg gave the valedictorian speech.
Ethan, not only was the Valedictorian, but he received the highest honor as a CSF Gold Seal Bearer. Other honors he received were the Golden State Seal Merit, AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Scholarship Commended, Gold State Seal Diploma and the President’s Education Award.
He is the recipient of the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce’s Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service Throughout High School.
Ethan will be attending UC Berkeley.
He is the son of Marshall and Patti Goldberg.
Photo— RELATIVELY SPEAKING —Mort and Helene Goldberg attended the graduation of their grandson Ethan, who was the class valedictorian.

Photo— RELATIVELY SPEAKING—Ben McConnell, grandson of John and Sherie Vanek, Mutual 11, was chosen MVP of the Huntington Beach High School Oilers’ freshman baseball team. Ben,15, plays second base. He has been asked to play on the varsity team next year. His whole family is so excited, including his mother Yuko McConnell, John and Sherie’s daughter.