Category: Generals

Dinner theatre’s other 2019 raffle winners

Andrea Molberg This year’s winners of the wonderful paintings donated by Eve and Stan Fly of Walls of Wonder have been announced. As she has before, classically trained artist Eve Fly created paintings to help support community theatre in SaddleBrooke. This March, dinner theatre patrons had the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets before and during…

Ron’s energy saving tips

Brianne Spaeth SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary’s own Ron Lenz serves as chairman of the SaddleBrooke TWO Energy Task Force in order to help provide a cost benefit analysis of the usage of energy for SaddleBrooke TWO here in SaddleBrooke. Ron and the other members of the Energy Task Force came up with many ways for SaddleBrooke…

Unit Happenings

Unit 3-S Brenda Newitter On Thursday, April 18, over 50 residents from Unit 3-S in SaddleBrooke One gathered together to learn to play bocce ball and to have a BBQ at the tennis center. Everyone had a great time playing bocce ball, meeting new residents and eating hot dogs and beans! In fact, Unit 3-S…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Second annual Howl at the Moon dog walk was a success Beth Conquest On Thursday, March 21, 58 walkers along with 42 dogs braved the rather unseasonably cool temperatures to take part in the Network’s second annual ‘Howl at the Moon’ dog walk. The best part is that over $800 was raised for Tucson’s homeless…

A gem in midtown

Bobbi Forsch Are you looking for a great restaurant for a ladies’ luncheon, a romantic dinner or just fantastic food? Pastiche may be the place you’re looking for. While the restaurant has been in town for many years it was purchased two years ago by SaddleBrooke residents Costas and Judie Georgacas. The menu is varied,…

Health Night Out: Choosing a physical therapist

When the doctor hands you a prescription for physical therapy and sends you on your way, where do you start? What should you be looking for when it comes to finding a physical therapist? What distinguishes one physical therapist from another? What determines a successful physical therapy course of care? Learn the answer to these…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

2019 Food Drive breaks all records Nancy McCluskey-Moore SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) and Tri-Community Food Bank (TCFB) are grateful to the SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch residents who supported this year’s food drive. This year’s effort to fight hunger among residents of Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle brought in more than $68,000 in cash donations (a…

Prescription drug drop off May dates

Drop off unused prescription drugs on Tuesday, May 28, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Pinal County Sheriff’s Substation in Mini Mart near Bank of the West. Place pills in plastic bag. No containers, liquids, creams, needles or syringes can be accepted. Empty containers with labels removed can be dropped off at Compute Suite U or Dentistry…

Hidden mesas and trading posts tour

Bob Stuart Arizona Pathfinders, a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a five-day tour (Monday–Friday) on September 30–October 4, 2019, to the Colorado Plateau. Join us for an adventuresome tour to this region and meet Hopi and Navajo artisans and learn about their art and culture. This is a wonderful opportunity…

Save the date for the Health Fair on October 12

Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator This year’s Health Fair will be Saturday, October 12, 9:00 a.m.–noon. Mark your calendars and encourage your traveling friends to return in time for the big day. The spirit of volunteerism is part of the fabric of SaddleBrooke and the Health Fair is one of the largest, volunteer-driven events in our…