Category: September 2018

Meet the girls of Little Hooves and Big Hearts

Sue Robisch Lillie, Dolly, Daisy, Mae, Savannah, Leanne. Who are they? What makes them special? They are miniature horses and they are special because they are specially trained to make a difference in the life of a child with special needs. How can that be? Well, when such a child is introduced to a “mini”…

Health Fair approaches

  The SaddleBrooke Health Fair is Saturday, October 13, 9:00 a.m.–noon, at the SaddleBrooke One clubhouse. Parking will be at MountainView with luxury coaches shuttling between MountainView and SaddleBrooke One. Shuttles run until 1:30 p.m. allowing time for lunch at the Road Runner. Parking for golf carts and cars with handicap stickers is at SaddleBrooke…

SaddleBrooke Singers kicks off new season

Steph Mattie Remember when there were no VCRs, DVRs or program streaming options available to watch your favorite shows? You kept the TV Guide in a prominent place in the family room to check what was coming up on one of the few channels that got good reception. You knew when December rolled around the networks…

Verde Sputters Prepare For Busy Season

Trudy Rossi While the summer weather has certainly thinned out the ranks of the Monday morning Sputters, thank you to those loyal ladies who have shown up weekly toting their water and wearing sun hats, sun screen and cool collars. The number of Sputters on a given Monday ranged anywhere from 45 down to 22,…

Meet the instructors

Ken Marich The ILR is fortunate to have Karen Gray, a geologist, join the faculty of the Institute for Learning in Retirement. She has both practical field experience and academic experience, an ideal combination for teaching with the ILR. Karen was born in Brooklyn and lived in Crestwood, NY until she was married in 1965.…