Category: Clubs & Classes

Saturday Morning Bridge Clinic

Paul Shalita This clinic is a practice and critique session designed for players at intermediate and advanced levels who desire to improve their Bridge. No partner is necessary. No time commitment; come late, leave early. Meet potential new partners. Sessions run from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday mornings at 37901 S. Arroyo Way in…

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

Hikers who were on the trip to Friends are, left to right: Arlene Gerety, Louise Powers, Gail Bergdahl, Joe Maurizzi, Kathy Johnston, Mary Hlusko, Sandy Rose, Joyce Maurizzi; photo by Dave Sorenson (not in picture).

Dave Sorenson As part of the April hiking club trip to Page, Arizona members of the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club visited the leading animal sanctuary in the United States in Kanab, Utah. The tour of the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, which places some 8000 dogs and cats each year, was on April 19. The facility has…

Interpreting the stars

Jim O’Connor interpreting the stars; photo by Dan Chase

Pam Boedeker SaddleBrooke Nature Club has found some of our greatest resources right here! Jim O’Connor is an outstanding example of someone who has found time in retirement to delve further into a special interest. Fortunately for us he is willing to share his wealth of information on astronomy and its relevance to Native Americans.…

Geneology Club news

Lydia O’Connor The May meeting of the SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club was conducted by Pat Rourke-Spencer. She read a thank you from our president of two years, Kerry Wolfe, thanking everyone for their hard work throughout her tenure. We had three visitors. The minutes and treasurer’s reports were reviewed and approved. Our new slate of officers…

Cyclemasters’ Ride of Silence

Marty Herbert On Wednesday, May 17 over 40 Cyclemasters participated in the annual Ride of Silence. Ride of Silence is a yearly international bicycle ride to commemorate cyclists killed or injured while riding on public roads. It helps to raise awareness among motorists of the dangers they pose to cyclists. The Ride of Silence is…

SaddleBrooke Hiking Club

Back row: Pete Canon, Lynda Green, Jim Springer, Steve Aikens, Jan Springer, Guje Rizza, Joe Rizza, Michael Reale; sitting: Donna Canon, Elisabeth Wheeler, Sarah Earnest; photographers: Frank Earnest, Roddy Wilder

Hikers take a hike to Wahweap Hoodoo Elisabeth Wheeler Hikers on the Wahweap Hoodoo hike during the April SaddleBrooke Hiking Trip to Page, Arizona enjoyed three coves of unusual white sandstone formations capped by multi-colored conglomerate rocks. The hike was eight miles round-trip up the Wahweap Canyon, crossing the dry stream bed many times and…

Plant-based nutrition group forming

Jeanne Ragan * Do you want to lose weight? * Do you want to feel better? * Do you want to improve, stabilize or even reverse a chronic condition such as heart disease, high cholesterol, diabetes or high blood pressure? * Would you like to take fewer medications? * Are you willing to change your…

Sunrise Rotary Club celebrates members

Membership Chair Mark Douglas presents membership materials to Susan King.

Patti R. Albaugh SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club recently welcomed two new members and recognized a new Paul Harris Fellow. New members are Dee Zoline and Susan King. Membership Chair Mark Douglas presented them with their membership materials. Welcome, ladies! Ron Lenz, a new member also, is the latest Paul Harris Fellow in SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary…