Category: July 2015

Warning: They’re tracking everything you do

Richard Beaty Protecting Your Privacy Online Almost every time you turn on the news, you hear of someone else being hacked, records stolen or privacy invaded. And this doesn’t just happen to other people. Anytime you go online your personal privacy and security are at risk. If you are not paying attention, you will become…

In Passing

Susan P. Miller Susan P Miller, 75, peacefully passed away Saturday, May 30, 2015, in Tucson, Arizona. She is survived by her partner Wally Snyder, father of her children Sidney F. Miller, daughter Susan (Terry) Arrington, son Sidney B. Miller, grandson Tanner (Virginia) Arrington, granddaughter Taryn (Ben) Asmus and many nieces and nephews. Susan was…

Let’s Dance & SaddleBrooke Ballroom Dance Clubs

Steve Holdener Ravel’s Boléro is one of his most famous works, originally written as a ballet score for his patron Blanche Lapin or commissioned by Ida Rubinstein, but now usually played as a concert piece. It was originally called Fandango but has rhythmic similarities with the Spanish dance form. Some versions of Ravel’s Boléro are nearly 17 minutes…

SaddleBrooke Lady Niners announces State Medallion winners

Elaine Kienitz Our State Medallion has come to a conclusion and our winners announced. Vernie Tupa was low Gross and Elaine Kienitz low net. Congratulations, ladies! State Medallion rules state that competition shall be open to AWGA members on the member’s course on Play Day and will consist of two best gross and two best…

SaddleBrooke to the rescue

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Kitties are safe thanks to SaddleBrooke residents who found them living outside and took the time to get involved. The Pet Rescue Network was called and SaddleBrooke resident Diana Steinke jumped into action by trapping four feral kittens and their mother in May. The mom was sterilized, vaccinated and released because she was too wild…

Save the date – August 19 for The BIG Beer Battle

There was the Thrilla in Manila, Rocky versus Apollo, Mayweather versus Pacquiao and now we have Northwest Brewing Company from Seattle versus Wasatch and Squatters Breweries from Salt Lake City battling for your vote! Mark your calendars for an evening of dining with each course being paired with not one but two beers, one from…

Blood Drive July 24

Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Friday, July 24, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be located in front of the lodge at 16045 N. Oracle Road in Catalina. Contact Doug Harpold at 520-403-9406 or dough@vistosofh.com to schedule an appointment. “The need…

Bat Night at Oracle State Park

Jennifer Rinio Research ecologist and wildlife manager for Arizona Game and Fish Joel Diamond, Ph.D. will catch local bats and share facts and lore about the flying mammals in an early evening program at Oracle State Park Center for Environmental Education on Saturday, July 25. The popular Bat Night program includes identifying the net-detained bats…

Resurrection Church seeks new Pastor

SaddleBrooke residents on the Resurrection Church Pastoral Call Committee are Patty Elliott (left), Palmer Ruschke and Judy Stanard.

David Stanard At Resurrection Church the call has gone out for an Associate Pastor. The individual selected will work closely with Pastor Al Jensen and will have major responsibilities at SaddleBrooke as well as at the main campus in Oro Valley. To bring focus to the search, a six member Call Committee has been appointed…