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Hikers Complete All 800 Miles of the Arizona Trail

Seana Kobak and Beth Jones celebrate completing the 800-mile Arizona Trail (Photo by Elisabeth Wheeler)

Elisabeth Wheeler SaddleBrooke Hiking Club members Seana Kobak and Beth Jones met each other on a hike with the club. An adventure hike to Mt. Lemmon cemented their friendship. They then traveled and hiked together on the club’s fall trip to Durango last year and continued from there for their first backpack in the Canyonlands…

23rd Annual Food Drive March 20

Nancy McCluskey-Moore On Saturday, March 20, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) will once again gather donations to support the Tri-Community Food Bank (TCFB) based in Mammoth. TCFB serves needy families living in Mammoth, San Manuel, and Oracle. Our community’s donations help to provide monthly emergency food boxes to 338 households (1,092 people). All monetary contributions go…

2020 Ryder Competition: SMGA vs. MPMGA

Matt Kambic Each year, 15 members from the SaddleBrooke Men’s Golf Association (SMGA) along with one of their PGA members play a competition against the MountainView Preserve Men’s Association (MPMGA) with its 15 members and a PGA golf professional. This year’s competition was hosted by the SMGA. The first day of competition was conducted on…

3 Day, 50-Mile MS Challenge Walk

Joyce Savage On the weekend of Nov. 6, if you were wondering what the two crazy ladies (one with Nordic walking poles) were doing walking along Ridgeview for hours and hours in the dark, heat, cold, wind, and rain, we were participating in the 3 Day, 50-Mile MS Challenge Walk for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I…

Browse, Borrow, and Boogie at Your Libraries

Janet Fabio Do you miss in-person browsing the library collections to find your next book to read or select a few movies to watch? Two of the SaddleBrooke Community Libraries have recently reopened for limited access. If you prefer the curbside library pick-up services, be assured those services are continuing and have even been expanded. Both…

Trailblazers

Joyce Sutay Hard work always wins for trailblazers. Over six years ago, these ladies worked diligently with the SaddleBrooke TRIAD Partnerships to provide a non-existent service for our community. After nearly half a year of persistence, they were granted permission to establish the Prescription Drug Drop Off Program here in SaddleBrooke! Now, thanks to these…

Senior Village Volunteers Are Ready to Help

Volunteer Bill Lunquist helping Village member Bill Smith install a new computer and printer

Suzanne Marlatt Stewart Every now and then, Senior Village hears the comment, “I don’t want to be a bother, so I don’t call the village when I need a service.” There is no reason to postpone scheduling an appointment or putting off a small needed project. As a member, you can utilize village services six…

SaddleBrooke Singles Club Celebrates an End to Solitude

SaddleBrooke Singles safely prepare for ice cream social

Hazel Staloff As the community began its path toward reopening, the SaddleBrooke Singles Club reactivated its busy social calendar. Friday afternoon happy hours at the Agave Lounge were the first events reinstated. The enthusiasm for contact with other humans was such that no vacancies at the table existed at the scheduled starting time and, given…