Save the Date for The Art Show

Photo by Jim Morris Have you been wondering when the next SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild show will be? Well, stop wondering and write this on your calendar! The fall/winter SaddleBrooke…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Heading to breakfast Annual Walkathon update Nan Nasser As we move into our twentieth year of supporting kids, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) will host its twentieth Walkathon on Saturday, October…

Tri-Community Food Bank and Community Church

Left to right: Pastor Steve Wilson, Sande Rivas, Sharon Williams, Dick Kroese, Judy Haberski and Steve Willis Dick Kroese The Community Church of SaddleBrooke (CCSB) Mission Committee had the pleasure…

Community Church and Gilgal Gospel Mission

A person being baptized Leslie Rocco Dear Christian: Over 70,000 people will die today not knowing about Jesus Christ. In India 500,000 villages have never heard the Gospel. These are…

Verde Sputters news

Best Costume prize winners Ann and Bob Pelton, aka The Bearded Lady and Strong Man Donna Gruninger and Trudy Rossi The Verde Sputters had their Summer Fun Event with a…

New at SaddleBrooke Tennis Club – Men’s Opus

Jay Clayton Wilson A sensible, new Organized Play Using Scoring (OPUS) program for men has been launched by the Board of Directors and greeted with great enthusiasm. It provides better tennis by more efficiently arranging matches between similarly skilled players. The men’s 3.5 and 3.0 groups will be particularly pleased because that is where occasional…

Elks Club donation helps fund Teens Sew Cool Program

Sig Danielson, Exalted Ruler of the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 and Ira Cohen, Arizona Elks Major Projects Coordinator present a check for $1,000 to Teens Sew Cool President Linda Shannon-Hills and Executive Liaison Kathleen Morgan Squires.

Several women from SaddleBrooke, SaddleBrooke Ranch and the Rancho Vistoso area are mentors for students learning to sew from teens to pre-teens living in the Oracle, San Manuel and Catalina schools. This 16-year program, called Teens Sew Cool, provides sewing classes to 30 to 35 students in a nine-week session in the spring and another…

Line Dancing lessons with Rebecca

Monday afternoons in the Mesquite aerobics room are fun, cool and energizing for the Level 2 Line Dancers with Rebecca Magdanz; fall registration is almost closed.

Dr. Mark Magdanz Want to line dance this fall? It’s hard to believe, but we’re already headed to another change in seasons. Fall classes are nearly full. If you are brand new you will start on the waiting list or come to SaddleBrooke Ranch until space allows in SaddleBrooke. Rebecca reserves class series far into…

See the world differently campaign – CCSB

Carol Thompson Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) members joined forces with Unit 49 residents to donate their old glasses, sunglasses and cases for a worthwhile cause. This event, sponsored by the Mexican Rotary, will provide eyewear to the Mexican people—especially those working in the fields needing sun protection for their eyes. VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services…

Sunrise Rotary Club hosts SaddleBrooke Troop Support

President George Bidwell and Publicity Chair Bo Nanna

Doug Sweetland On July 28, the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club hosted representatives of the SaddleBrooke Troop Support (STS) at its weekly meeting. Attending from the STS were George Bidwell, president and Bo Nanna, publicity chair. Mr. Bidwell shared the history in the formation of the organization with the start in 2005. Initially the organization was…