Category: July 2019

The British Club dines at Flavor of India

Twink Gates-Zimdar, Publicity On Friday, June 7, 11 members, and a friend of Jim and Susan Biestek, Margaret Day, visiting from Melbourne, Australia, enjoyed a terrific meal at the Flavor of India here in Tucson. Choosing a la carte from a wide menu of delicious Indian Cuisine, the Brits enjoyed the camaraderie of members and…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

SBCO scholarships help local students succeed Nancy McCluskey-Moore Members of the SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) educational committee have been putting in long hours in recent months. They have been reviewing college scholarship applications, traveling to communities along the “Copper Corridor” to interview candidates and ranking applicants to determine who will be awarded a two- or…

Where were you when…

Barbara Marriott, a SaddleBrooke author If you are over fifty, you are a walking encyclopedia of historic events. Author Barbara Marriott wants to publish your personal memories and remembrances of historical events during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in a book titled Where Were You When. So much has happened and so quickly in the…

Summertime SaddleBrooke Niners excitement

Dian Kupper The snowbirds have flown, but the fun continues for the rest of us. The annual President’s Cup tournament held this month was a match play competition. Sixteen ladies vied for the title. Three of the initial matches were decided in extra holes. In the end, Janet Williams defeated Yvonne Garthwait in a close…

W.I.N. presents Camilo Gotay

Barbara Barr He had it all! He was the youngest vice president that Raytheon had ever had and was sitting on top of the world. And then it happened. Poor health took over, and the diagnosis and prognosis were not good. He had multiple auto-immune diseases and a whole lot more. He was not expected…