Category: Sports

Revitalizing STC

  Jay Clayton Wilson Many successful businessmen have led corporations to tread new paths that led to great accomplishments. They were appreciated and well compensated for their efforts. Not so much with those who have devoted their retirement years to a tennis club in a desert community. Compensation is nonexistent. But appreciation overflows in great…

The 2018 MPMGA Board is set

  Bob Edelblut Officially it is accurate to say that January 1, 2018, was the first day of work for the MPMGA’s new Board. Unofficially I can assure you that almost all spent the month of December immersed in the discovery process. Rumor has it that some questioned their individual sanity for volunteering in the…

Preserve Pickleball courts close again – what’s the story?

  Andrea Molberg On January 1, 2018 the SaddleBrooke Homeowners Association transitioned away from the Developer (Robson). One of the consequences of the transition was the termination of a “Use Agreement” between Robson and the SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association (SPA), our largest club, to continue to use the temporary pickleball courts at the Preserve. What’s the…

MPLN’s golf pairing process

  Eileen J Snearly As you will see, this volunteering job requires much work and dedication. The MPLNS thank the past pairings ladies, as well as the present. We all appreciate these ladies, and some of us did not realize all the many facets that this entails as we golf every week. 1. Download players…

MountainView Lady Niners Club promotes women’s health

Eileen J Snearly An awards dinner celebration was held on January 16, 2018 in MountainView Ballroom. The 2017 award winners are Most Improved: Barbara Bloch, Most Birdies: Joyce Sutay, State Medallion Participants: Joyce Sutay and Raye Cobb, Ace of The Year: Joyce Sutay (Gross) and Phyllis Cadden (Net). The MPLNS President, Linda Rouse, presented a…

Many thanks, Bob Eder (MPMGA)

  Bob Edelblut It may be difficult to accept but Bob Eder has finally and officially retired. His almost six-year tour of duty on the Board of the MPMGA serving first as its Special Events Director and then as its President ended when the New Year began. You need not worry, Bob, Jan has your…

Pima Cup for MPMGA begins again

Bob Edelblut The opening round of the 2018 Pima Cup season was held on December 5. Surprisingly, weather was not an obstacle and the six players representing the MPMGA Men’s Club were eager to tackle the challenging La Paloma Golf Course as well as their opponents for the day from the Forty Niners Golf Club.…

Comings and goings at SBWGA

Ret Convey The SBWGA’s pace of play is as fast as ever, and keeping track of everyone’s golf adventures both here and away takes all the focus we have! On the home front: Sally Drennen and Mary Ribacchi kicked the year off right with holes-in-one. The ladies accomplished that feat within weeks of each other…

Charting a good course

  Eileen J Snearly What is now known as the MountainView Preserve Lady Niners was originally chartered as a lady’s golf organization in the year 2000. Charter often refers to a document issued by an official that grants certain rights and privileges, and defines an entity. In other words, in English, certifying, and authorizing a…