Meet Barry: SBCO’s Wonder Dog

Merna Oakley He jumps buildings in a single bound and has a nose that puts yours to shame. Meet Barry, a Belgian Malinois (Mal-in-wah), who is not only Tucson’s Dog…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach

A universal thank you! SaddleBrooke Community Outreach’s (SBCO) story began in 1996 with six SaddleBrooke (SB) women discussing the local schools where the attendance rates were very low and wanted…

Mt. Lemmon lookout hike

Karen Schickedanz Sure you can hike in Tucson in the summer—at least if you’re doing it atop Mt. Lemmon where it’s 25 degrees cooler than the valley below. Enjoying a hike in mid-July on the Mt. Lemmon Ski Lift Loop are (from left): Ralph Taylor, Karen Schickedanz, Bob Garner, Kathy and Paul Volpe and hiking…

Square Dancers go all out

Left to right: Don Williams, Rebecca Williams, Randy Regnier, Sue Regnier, Bonnie Kraber and Larry Kraber

Rita Fletcher You may think it is overkill to have so much help available in learning where to walk while dancing in a square, but then—more—is—more! So why not? Everyone learns easily and quickly. That is what makes square dancing unique and fun. In addition to Larry Kraber, square dance caller-instructor extraordinaire, the coordinators help…

Bee-cuz We Care a huge success

Our 12 beautiful cancer survivors

On July 26 the SaddleBrooke SBWGA-18 and the Lady Niners combined for a fun day of golf to benefit a cause dear to the hearts of many of us. The day started with golf – 64 ladies created their own foursomes and played their choice of nine or eighteen holes with a scramble format. The…

“Let’s Swim” the water is great

The SaddleBrooke Swim Club has always welcomed swimmers of all abilities and skill levels but, for many SaddleBrooke residents, the idea of jumping into the pool beside one of the state championship swimmers was intimidating. To eliminate this fear, the club decided to offer the Let’s Swim program in July to provide an opportunity for…