Category: December 2015

Do medical doctors recommend chiropratic care?

Craig W. Brue, D.C. The past 15 years of medical research into the effectiveness of chiropractic treatment have yielded some astounding results. The growing list of research studies demonstrates that chiropractic care is both safe and effective. Following are some of the recent studies that support the effectiveness of spinal adjustments for a variety of…

Tales of Shamanic healing

“A shaman can serve as a healer, story teller and a keeper of wisdom, but most of all, shamans radiate a light that uplifts everybody. In our culture, we tend to focus on methods and forget that the greatest way we can offer healing to the world is to become a vessel of love.” –…

SASO performs Rachmaninoff and Dvorak at next concert

Sheryll McManus, the soloist for the very popular Rachmaninoff Second Piano Concerto, affectionately known as “Rocky 2.” Photo by Guy Atchley.

Punch Howarth Before looking ahead to next year’s opening concert, the Southern Arizona Symphony Family wishes everyone a Joyous Holiday Season and a Healthy 2016 New Year. Morton Gould’s raucous and stimulating American Salute opens the concert. This work is a series of variations on When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again, an American military folk song.…

Tennis clinic set for January

Jim Ward Tennis is truly the sport of a lifetime. What a unique opportunity to get great exercise and meet new people. 10S-4-LIFE is a follow-on to Tennis 1-2-3, a highly successful and popular program Bob Lewis started in SaddleBrooke in 1998. To date, over 1100 enthusiastic tennis players have benefited from this program. 10S-4-LIFE…

Dinner Dance to support our troops

Col. Charlie Carr at the head table. Photo courtesy of Bill George.

The SaddleBrooke Troop Support (STS) Dinner Dance was held on November 13 at MountainView’s Ballroom with over 100 people in attendance to enjoy the dinner, entertainment and dancing. To start the festivities, Joyce Sutay introduced the special guests at the head table, Marine Colonel (ret.) Charlie Carr and his wife, two active duty Marines and…

Republican Club highlights

Incoming SBRC President Neil Macdonald presents outgoing President Mike Stites with a well-deserved thank you plaque for his four years of service.

Neil Macdonald The SaddleBrooke Republican Club opened its general membership meeting at 4.00 p.m. on November 11. The meeting started with a vote by the membership in attendance to vote and accept the following new officers as Board members of the club. Jo Ann Livingston was voted in as the new Events Director. Linda Schuttler…

Senior Softballers lose to firefighters

SSSA all-stars (white shirts) congratulate the victorious Northwest firefighters (in blue) after the game three thumping of the geezer team. Photo by Pat Tiefenbach.

Jonathan Green On October 24 SaddleBrooke Senior Softball Association (SSSA) hosted both Golder Ranch and Northwest Fire Departments to an exciting exhibition tournament sponsored by Splendido at Rancho Vistoso at SaddleBrooke Stadium. It was exciting…and humbling for the “mighty” SSSA all-stars. After a warmup game by SSSA’s two recreation league teams, Northwest came from behind…

Oktoberfest

Trudy Varga and Walt Teike attending in native German costumes.

The annual Oktoberfest, hosted by HOA One, was a tremendous success. It was nice to see so many dancing to wonderful German music and eating super German food. Why Not Dance meets every Tuesday from 1:00-3:00 p.m. and on Wednesday from Noon-2:00 p.m. The first hour of each day is open dance time. Beginners and…