Category: Clubs and Classes

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Models in evening wear; Photo by Robert Koblewski

Pet Rescue Fashion Show Carole Rossof We did it! Another successful SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network Fashion Show/Luncheon/Silent Auction. This was an all-time first ever to sell out one hour after tickets went on sale. Thanks to Charlotte James, SaddleBrooke One Events Chair, and her quick thinking, arrangements were made to add another day. This allowed…

I can’t even draw a stick figure

Have you ever wondered if you have artistic talent or wished you could find out if you do? Or wondered how artists come up with their artistic ideas? Wish you could try out making art in a non-threatening atmosphere? Are you someone who’s just curious about what it takes to use different mediums? Are you…

SaddleBrooke SkyGazers

Anatomy Club’s May tour Teresa Greenberg In mid-May, the SaddleBrooke Skygazers Astronomy Club toured the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory located near Green Valley in the Santa Rita mountains. The observatory consists of 33 telescopes and is the largest field installation of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA). The CfA’s mission is to advance knowledge of…

Bridge Results

Sue Bush The snowbirds are gone, and those of us still in SaddleBrooke are enjoying having fewer cars on Oracle Road and quiet restaurant meals along with the warm temperatures. And we are all so glad to have bridge games to play when it reaches 100 degrees outside! First place winners during the month of…

Caution: Hot streets damage our pets paws

Summer is well under way with temperatures in the 100s. Even after the sun goes down, our asphalt streets retain the heat of the day and are dangerous to our furry pals on walks. Dogs require their paws to stay cool to help control their body temperature. Injury to paw pads can be painful, uncomfortable…

Four members of MOAA enjoyed lunch at the Preserve

Left to right: Captain Bruce Lape, Major Scott Wilberg (both former United States Air Force pilots), Colonel Chuck GuteKunst USAF (retired) and Colonel Bill Nagy USAR, retired (President of CMSC)

Four members of the Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of Tucson’s Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) recently had lunch at The Preserve. After their air force duty, Captain Lape and Major Wilberg went onto careers with civilian airlines— Captain Lape with TWA and Major Wilberg with Delta Airlines. Colonel GuteKunst showed a copy of…