Contrary to Anne Randall Stewart’s claims otherwise, neither
RCSC nor its board is guilty of discrimination. Even though RCSC
has addressed Ms. Stewart’s false claims in the past, I feel it is
necessary to continue to do so in order for new and potential Sun
City residents to be accurately informed.
I am not sure this actually goes with Ann Randall Stewart’s column on the proposed fees that the rec center charges. A lot of people remember the buffalo barbecues that the Sun City Sportsmen’s Club used to sponsor every year.
Mssrs. Bishop, Coleman, and Westemeier of the RCSC board have in
a three letters to the editor of Daily News-Sun personally attacked
an RCSC member — Anne Randall Stewart — without providing specific
proof of any inaccuracy in her earlier letter to the editor of
Daily News-Sun. Ms. Stewart’s letter to the editor may have not
been to their liking, but the truth in her letter obviously hit
Anne Randall Stewart will ask the Recreation Centers of Sun City
on Thursday to allow her and her supporters to circulate petitions
to limit the powers of RCSC board members by requiring voter
approval of bylaws changes and the removal of elected
As Sun City’s self-proclaimed RCSC watchdog, I believe Anne
Randall Stewart is completely ineffective. Although I am sure she
means well, she is, in my humble opinion, causing much more damage
to Sun City than benefit.
Department of Public Safety Officer Tim Case gives a stuffed toy to Robert VilchrisRangel, 10, at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center in Glendale. The Arizona Highway Patrol Association has been delivering toys to children recovering in hospitals for 21 years to help raise their spirits during the holiday season. Thursday, December 18, 2014 (Nick Cote/Daily News-Sun)
Glendale Police team up with the Law Enforcement Club at Ironwood High School to teach students about DUI laws. From basic sobriety testing to how to make an arrest these students get a hands-on experience.