Category: June 2017

Try lap swimming for exercise this summer

Lyn Moreno The SaddleBrooke Swim Club will be offering the Let’s Swim Program again this summer for residents that would like to begin lap swimming as a physical exercise. This highly successful program has had over 80 participants this past year. Swimmers receive individualized attention from Swim Club members to help improve their efficiency and…

The beat goes on – summer line dancing with Rebecca

Monday afternoons bring these intrepid dancers out to enjoy the exercise and fun in Line Dance class with Rebecca. Fun continues through all the summer heat; hope the A/C has been serviced!

Mark Magdanz Why Line Dance? Research reveals that the best exercise results may be obtained by combining music, learning, socializing, balance and coordination at varying intensity burst intervals. All these factors can be found on the line dance floor. Build a better brain, increase your balance and fitness, have fun all with one activity. Sign-ups…

SBCO summer food program for students

During the school year and summer school, children in the Mammoth and San Manuel area who qualify for free breakfast and lunch receive food assistance through the public schools; however, in the six-week gap between the end of summer school and the beginning of the regular school year, these students lack access to proper nutrition.…

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…

Pima Cup matches resume for the MPMGA

Bob Edelblut Every golfer for miles around knows just how unfriendly the weather has been in our area this spring. Remember the wind? Monday, April 17 was different. Clear blue skies, temperatures in the low 80s and not a whisper of wind; a perfect day for a Pima Cup Match hosted by the Ventana Canyon…

Hearing Loss Association

The Adult Loss of Hearing Association (ALOHA) Oro Valley Support Group monthly meeting will be held Thursday, May 11 at 2:00 p.m. in the Cholla and Ocotillo meeting rooms at Santa Catalina Catholic Church, 14380 N. Oracle Road. Our speaker will be Michele Michaels, a graduate of Arizona State University cum laude. She is the…

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…