Sunsites Golden Days

A book of stories about Sunsites.

With just a little over four months left before Sunsites’ 50th year comes to a close, residents of Sunsites continue to come up with ideas for commemorating our past.
Pictured above is the book available through the Friends of the Pearce-Sunsites Community Library, PO Box 374, Pearce, AZ 85625. Phone/Fax 520-826-3866.
The Cochise Stronghold Lions Club is spearheading a village-wide celebration on November 9-10.
Thank you, Lions Club, for taking the lead on pulling together Sunsites Golden Days, two days of special events that will include a wine tasting, an art show, a “cruise in”, a quilt show, entertainment, a Frontage Road scavenger hunt, steak fry at the VFW, pancake breakfast, history displays, kids’ activities with the fire department, prizes and more.
The Cochise Stronghold Lions Club has been a presence in our village almost from the beginning. The vintage photo on the anthology book cover shows the bench donated to the community by the Lions.
Our two co-ops (Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative and Valley TeleCom Group) will also lend their support to our community.
Please take a moment to “like” them on Facebook through the blogroll in the right hand column.
These two co-ops have played a critical role in Sunsites’ development. Valley TeleCom Group also has its 50th anniversary this year.
Two weeks after our Golden Days, the Old Pearce Preservation Association, will put on their annual Thanksgiving weekend Heritage Days.
Learn more about the history of Sunsites and Pearce in the book “Pearce and Sunsites”, the Images of America book available through Amazon.

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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. This is a wonderful book. We have lived in this area since 1976 and will treasure this collection. Great job! ~~ Evalyn Hall

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