People PHOTO— TICKETS, $25, are available to the annual anniversary luau dinner-dance, sponsored by the Filipino Association of Leisure World, from Ed Bolos,(l-r) (551) 998-4223; Dove Sonza, 477-5541; Rose Viviar, (551) 998-4223; Jovita Smith, 296-5766; Ric Dizon, 446-0485; Ren Villanueva(not pictured) (323) 854-6209; and Myrrah Villanueva (562) 493-1406. The event is from 5-10 p.m. on Sept. 6, in Clubhouse 2. A live band will provide all genres of music.

Sunshine Club
Travelers are guests on Aug. 15
Sunshine Club has invited members of the Traveling Tigers Club to its meeting at 10 a.m. on Aug. 15, in Clubhouse 3, Room 8, to hear about the fun and exciting times they have while traveling.
Carolyn Boodman, president of the Traveling Tigers, tell about the goals and monthly agenda of the club. 
Joanna Matos , trip coordinator and past president,  will share about the fellowship and sightseeing members have experienced during past train trips, cruises and motor coach tours, and tell about the upcoming Canyon Royale tour slated for Sept. 27.
Concluding presentation,  Donn Maryott,  adventure traveler and past vice president, will show a video featuring his most recent tours to Mt. Everest, Machu Picchu, Angkor Wat, Egypt’s pyramids,  Antarctica,  Abu Simbel, Mosel River and Yellowstone Falls.  
The Traveling Tigers Club is celebrating 34 years of travel, exploration and friendship this month.  Members meet monthly in Clubhouse 3 for a potluck and short business meeting, followed by a personal travel program. Annual membership is $3. Guests are welcomed to the 1:15 p.m. program.
Health Care Center 24-hour nurse Susan Fisher will be the Sunshine Club’s guest next week, Aug. 22.
All shareholders are welcome to attend Sunshine Club meetings. Membership is not required. Refreshments will be served.
Photo— Cathie Merz, Golden Rain News
TRAVELING TIGERS members Donn Maryott, Joanna Matos and President Carolyn Boodman will be the guests at the Sunshine Club Aug. 15.

Friendship Club
Computer/eBay classes taught
Computer classes conducted by the Friendship Club in Clubhouse 6, Room B, are open to all Leisure Worlders and their guests.
A beginners’ iPad class will be held at 10 a.m. on Aug. 18, followed by a question-and-answer session at 11 a.m.
Maxine Smith teaches a separate question-and-answer forum, “Let’s Talk eBay,” at noon. Participants do not need to attend the computer class to attend the eBay class.
Wireless Internet is available.
Light refreshments are served. The cost is $5 for one or both classes. For information, call Jeff Sacks, (714) 642-0122.

American Latino Club
Independence Day celebration planned Sept. 5
The American-Latino Club invites all shareholders to its “Mexico’s Independence Day” celebration at noon on Sept. 5, in Clubhouse 4.
The club will serve tamales, salad and desserts with a non-alcoholic Mexican drink. There will also be a small show.
People are invited to dress up in native costumes from their own countries.
Reservations must be made before Aug. 29 to Maria Rodriguez, 430-3405; Amy Walker, 280-0209; or Carmen Edwards, 431-4257. When making a reservation, indicate beef or chicken tamales.
Mexico gained its independence from Spain on Sept. 16, 1810, not on May 5 as many in the U.S. believe.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican’s army victory over French forces at the battle of Puebla Mexico on May 5, 1862.
The purpose of the American-Latino Club is to learn about the different cultures and backgrounds of the people in LW. Members meet with diverse ethnic groups and exchange customs, dances, songs and music, especially those from Latin America and the Caribbean.

Mutual 14
Yard sale today at various locales
Mutual 14 will host its annual yard sale in Mutual 14 beginning at 8 a.m. on Aug. 14.
Residents will set up tables along Sunningdale Road, from Del Monte Drive to the circle.
Other residents will hold sales in their front yard, including shareholders in Building 25 and 26, off Golden Rain Road near the Clubhouse 1 parking lot.
Maps to these locations will be available at the Sunningdale Circle flagpole.
Come by and take a look. There will be a little bit of everything: antiques, clothes, books, household items, jewelry, appliances, tools, puzzles, toys, collectibles, decorative items, Christmas decorations, lamps, and furniture.
This is a Mutual 14 event, organized by Social Committee Director Ruth Harrison.