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“I Dont Want It” Sale

The “I Don’t Want It” sale will be held Saturday, October 22, 2016, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the parking lot at the MountainView Country Club, 38759 S. MountainView Boulevard. For more information please call  C.J. Burleson at  520-825-5256.

Time To Try Out Something New and Fun In SaddleBrooke

Karen Schickedanz Are you looking for something brand new to try out in SaddleBrooke? If so, a new theatre group, Community Circle Players, is looking for you! The group, a successor to PrimeTime Players, will hold auditions next month for its first play, a murder mystery dinner theatre production called Eat, Drink and Be Deadly that…

SkyGazers kicks off new season

Dan Williams supports Star Parties.

John Lauder SaddleBrooke SkyGazers meets the second Sunday each month at 7:00 p.m. from October through April with time off for travel in the summer. We support rookie Astronomers as well as the experienced observer. We also provide periodic educational outreach. For example, club members supported the Biosphere 2 Summer Science Academy Star Party for…

Save the Date for The Art Show

Photo by Jim Morris

Have you been wondering when the next SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild show will be? Well, stop wondering and write this on your calendar! The fall/winter SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild show will be held on October 29 and 30, 2016 in the MountainView Country Club Ballroom area. Saturday hours will be 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.…

New at SaddleBrooke Tennis Club – Men’s Opus

Jay Clayton Wilson A sensible, new Organized Play Using Scoring (OPUS) program for men has been launched by the Board of Directors and greeted with great enthusiasm. It provides better tennis by more efficiently arranging matches between similarly skilled players. The men’s 3.5 and 3.0 groups will be particularly pleased because that is where occasional…

Meet Barry: SBCO’s Wonder Dog

Merna Oakley He jumps buildings in a single bound and has a nose that puts yours to shame. Meet Barry, a Belgian Malinois (Mal-in-wah), who is not only Tucson’s Dog of the Year, but is a SaddleBrooke resident and the first canine volunteer for SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO). In addition to their handsome appearance Belgian…

ILR offers variety of top-notch courses

Registration is currently underway for fall classes offered by the Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR). The institute is an organization for and by SaddleBrooke residents that is committed to offering top-quality learning opportunities. The courses are stress free and designed to generate lively class interaction. Review the schedule, make your selections and act today.…

Lady Niners donate to local young golfers

Barbara Johnson Every year the SaddleBrooke Lady Niners send a donation to LPGA-USGA Girls Golf of Tucson. We hold our Invitational on even-numbered years, so we can increase this donation because we add in our profits from the event. At our General Meeting and Brunch on June 14, it was our pleasure to welcome some…

SaddleBrooke Singers – come join us

Sam Page Singing—why do we enjoy it so much? What is it about singing that lifts our spirits? Don’t we all love to sing, whether it’s in the shower, singing along with the radio in the car, with the iPod phones in our ears, the stereo or whatever? We love to sing! We’re making music…