Category: February 2019

Meet the instructor: Byron R. Cotter

Ken Marich The Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR) is proud to introduce Byron R. Cotter as an ILR Instructor and the President of the ILR Board of Directors. Byron was born and raised in Wichita, KS. He attended Wichita High School North (1962-65) where he met his future wife Sharon. He attended the University…

Help stop hunger on March 23

Nancy McCluskey-Moore The 21st annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Food Drive will be held on Saturday, March 23. On that day, volunteers will gather donations of food and money to support the Tri-Community Food Bank (TCFB) based in Mammoth. TCFB serves needy families living in Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle. In the Tri-Community area, 20%…

Artist of the Month

Conquer fear by beginning with the basics LaVerne Kyriss When suggesting neighbors, friends and acquaintances try their hand at painting, drawing or any kind of art, Karen Brungardt encourages people to “step out of fear into fun.” She says that many people have an interest in exploring creative endeavors, but are unsure of how to…

Announcement from the Republican Women of Pinal County

The Republican Women of Pinal County will meet at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, February 15 in the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse Coyote Room. Our guest speaker will be Ms. Christina Sandefur and everyone is welcome to attend. Christina Sandefur is Executive Vice President at the Goldwater Institute. She also develops policies and litigates cases advancing healthcare…

SBWGA-18 news

Marsha Camp The January membership meeting included a healthy discussion and subsequent vote on the inclusion of those who play from the Red/Aqua Tees into our Ace Day tournaments. The vote to incorporate payouts for the R/A Tees for Gross and Net winners passed by majority vote. The new model of payments for Ace day…

Line Dance Lessons with Rebecca

Dr. Mark Magdanz There are four classes and one “happy feet” practice session of Line Dance each week with Rebecca this winter. Two Level 1 classes for those who are new to line dance and those who like a relaxed pace. The Level 2/Intermediate class is substantially more vigorous and the dances more complex. All…

Health Night Out: a pain in the gut

Phyllis Ketring Colon cancer is the third largest cause of death in men and the second in women. Dr. Michele Dodman will discuss how most of these deaths could have been prevented when she addresses Health Night Out on Monday, February 25 at 7:00 p.m. She will discuss issues of the gastrointestinal tract and how…

Valley Fever: the truth, the myths and the future

The SaddleBrooke Dog Park is honored to present Christine D. Butkiewicz, DVM MPH MLIS, Valley Fever Center for Excellence, University of Arizona for a presentation on Valley Fever. “You do not have to be a Dog Park member to attend,” said Kathleen Dunbar, SaddleBrooke Dog Park President. “The Dog Park’s vision is to be a…

Musical Instrument Museum tour

Bob Stuart Arizona Pathfinders, a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a one-day tour on Saturday, April 6, 2019, to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ. Join us for an interesting musical adventure. Travel is by luxury coach; all fees and gratuities are included. Embark on a musical journey. Spend…