Recreation Centers of Sun City West
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Keith, Gordon Gordon Keith is the Manager of the True Value in Sun City West. Instructor Detailed View
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Kieran, Jody Jody Kieran is the Executive Director of the Fallen feathers, whose purpose is protecting the health and well being of wild and exotic birds. Fallen Feathers helps rescue orphaned, lost, and injured wild and exotic birds and, when needed, provides medical care. The organization's goal is rehabilitating them back to health and releasing them back into the wild or locating their owner in the Peoria/Phoenix Arizona area. Instructor Detailed View
Kilburn, Pat Pat Kilburn received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University. Her career in Chicago was in accounting and project management. After her retirement six years ago, she returned to music, playing the piano and singing with the West Valley Chorale. She volunteers at the Heard Museum and served as Treasurer of the Guild. Next year she will chair the Indian Market. She is currently running the small business of student cards which raises money for scholarships at the Heard. She also volunteers on the Speakers' Bureau. Instructor Detailed View
Kilsdonk, Gary F Instructor Gary Kilsdonk is a retired Pharmacist who specialized in Hospital Pharmacy management. He and his wife Eileen have lived in Sun City West for 10 years. As a hobby woodworker for 40+ years Gary has built many large pieces of furniture as well as smaller functional and artistic pieces including kaleidoscopes. Now working with alternate materials his kaleidoscopes have been sold at Catitude Gallery, Tucson Museum of Art gift shop and WHAM Art Center. Gary has been teaching kaleidoscope construction techniques for the past two years. Instructor Detailed View
Knowlton, Cindy Instructor Cindy Knowlton is the former RCSCW Recreation Manager and now is ---. She is an avid hiker and had traversed woods and mountains in the northwest and along the east coast Appalachian trail. Instructor Detailed View
Knutson, Linda Instructor Linda Knutson is owner of Raincharmer Beads in Phoenix, AZ and arrived in Arizona hailing from Misawa, Japan. Living abroad provided her a keen interest in many different art forms featured in Japan including drawing, painting, and origami. Once here in Arizona, she discovered a new creative interest: jewelry making. Self-taught in the art of jewelry making, particularly beadweaving, wire wrapping and polymer clay. Striving to always broaden her knowledge of different methods of jewelry making, you will often find her tinkering with different medias to make new and interesting wearable art. Opening a bead shop has allowed her to share her passion of jewelry making with customers and continue to explore this ever evolving art form. Instructor Detailed View
Kolls, Sandy Instructor Sandy Kolls started playing bridge years ago and, like many people, put it aside while teaching elementary school and raising her family. Sandy resumed playing bridge in retirement and in the past few years she led bridge study groups and then became an ACBL Accredited Bridge Teacher. Currently she regularly teaches several bridge classes, with an emphasis on beginner thru intermediate learners. Instructor Detailed View
Kono, Barbara Instructor Barb Kono is business manager and editor of KC Publications and has developed many tasty recipes using desert plants. She is a co-owner of Mmmesquite, a source for Sonoran Desert products. Instructor Detailed View
Koritan, Baruch Instructor Detailed View