An outstanding authentic German dinner

An authentic German dinner will be presented by the award winning American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 on Saturday, April 6 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the SaddleBrooke One…

Soul Sisters supports girls at Coronado School

Patty Elliott The Soul Sisters from Resurrection at SaddleBrooke gather for a monthly luncheon the third Friday of each month in the Agave Lounge at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse. February was…

SaddleBrooke Hiking Club volunteer party

Club President Norm Rechkemmer acknowledging the work of SBHC volunteers; Photo by Ken Wong. Ken Wong The SaddleBrooke Hiking Club held a volunteer party on the evening of January 28…

Dont Drink the Water

Anne Hammond Tickets for Community Players production of Don’t Drink the Water by Woody Allen presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. are selling fast! The play is set somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1960s, but will be updated for our 2019 audience. An ordinary American family goes on vacation to Europe…

SaddleBrooke Singers Presents: And All That’s Jazz?

Steph Mattie Now, I’d like you to think about what comes to mind when you hear the term “jazz.” Do you picture a New Orleans nightclub featuring great musicians playing the piano, trumpet, saxophone and drums? Perhaps you imagine a Chicago Blues club with some amazing guitar and upright bass players. Then there are also…

A surprise phone call from an American hero

Varda Main One morning Tina Scott and Debbie Dorman, both ex-presidents of the SaddleBrooke Friday Quilters, each received a call from a stranger, Sammy, saying thank you, thank you, thank you and sharing quite the story. Here goes. Sammy was calling to thank them for the comfort quilt she was given on her discharge from…

SaddleBrooke Softball Dirt Dawgs

Who is behind all the work that keeps your SaddleBrooke Softball complex looking great and probably the best softball field in Southern Arizona? The answer: Four “Dirt Dawgs” and many volunteers. Our association is self-funded receiving no monetary assistance from SaddleBrooke TWO. Funds collected from our members and sponsors goes back into the facility to…

Spotlight on Advertiser: Stream into the future of hearing

What’s the most asked question for people with hearing loss? Casual conversations have yielded a similar response every time: What can the latest technology in hearing aids do for me? Not surprisingly, there are no simple answers. These days, titting hearing aids is more customized than fitting shoes—with a lot more options. Whiz-bang options that…

Successful work party on the Arizona Trail

Elisabeth Wheeler On January 16, twenty-two hardy volunteers blazed through the Oracle Passage of the Arizona Trail to clear out aggressive catclaw and improve a washed-out drainage. Zach McDonald of the Arizona Trail Association provided guidance. Co-stewards Ray Peale and Elisabeth Wheeler along with team leaders Ruth Caldwell, Norm Rechkemmer and Fred Norris assisted. Spirits…