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SBCO to hold annual  Food Drive March 14

Volunteers sort food for the annual community food drive benefiting the Tri Communities.

Nan Nasser SaddleBrooke Community Outreach will hold its annual community food drive to benefit Tri Community Food Bank on Saturday, March 14. Last year the communities of SaddleBrooke and the Ranch collected over 19,000 pounds of nonperishable food and $12,000 in cash to help the people in the Mammoth, San Manuel, Oracle area known as…

Celebrate with the Network – February 4

It’s our third anniversary so celebrate with the network and save the date, February 4, and come to the HOA 1 Activities Center from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome! 3,600 volunteer hours plus 245 adoptions plus $13,500 donated from gifts and fundraising to local rescues and shelters made 2014 a PAWsitively super success!…

Community Church supports Operation Christmas Child

Colleen Merrill and Sandy Simester

Connie Saiz Every Christmas season the Community Church at SaddleBrooke supports the Operation Christmas Child program sponsored by the Samaritan Purse organization led by Franklin Graham. We are provided decorated shoe boxes with instructions to fill the boxes for either a boy or girl and designate what age group it is for. Some of the…

Holiday Happenings in SaddleBrooke

Left to right: Ron and Leah Kari and Nancy and Brent Carlson

SaddleBrooke Thanksgiving Grandkids’ Days 2014 will be held November 28 and 29 The SaddleBrooke Ceramics Club is hosting a ceramics event where kids can paint a ceramic object of their choosing. The event will be held on Friday, November 28 in the Ceramics Club’s room (Quartz Room) in the HOA 2 Arts and Craft Complex.…

Its not too late

Gus and Ms. Gina

Patty Elliott SaddleBrooke’s Power of Pink fundraising event benefiting Susan G. Komen of Southern Arizona is almost here. It’s not too late to purchase a ticket for the October 29, 2015, dinner and auction event at SaddleBrooke’s HOA 1. Tickets are on sale at the Administration Office for $20 per person. Many silent auction items…

Popular Tennis clinic returns this fall

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 up to Tennis 1-2-3, a highly successful and popular program Bob Lewis started in SaddleBrooke in 1998. This program has been instrumental in introducing players to a sport that…