Computer Club updates

Dennis Korger Each year we assess the past year and attempt to project our needs for the future. The most rapid growth area in club membership is PC users learning to use their new iPads followed by new owners of Windows 8/8.1 computers. We have had difficulty keeping up with the demand in both areas.…

Caregivers Support Group

No cost to attend. No commitment to come back. Caregivers support group meets the first and third Thursday of the month from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. beginning May 1 at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse, HOA 1 in the Javelina Room at 64500 E. SaddleBrooke Boulevard in Tucson, Arizona. Support groups provide a forum to share feelings,…

Ballroom Dance Club – a great time for social dancing!

Steve Holdener What my wife Rita and I love about living in SaddleBrooke are the many varied opportunities for dancing. When we first came to SaddleBrooke near our retirement we knew we wanted to build on our dancing skills which were mostly polkas, waltzes and landlers. What we found in this great community was almost…

The Let’s Dance Club

Claudia Booth and Barry Moore teaching Swing in February

Nancy Macdonald The Let’s Dance Club would like to welcome you to join us for fun and frivolity on the dance floor. No kidding, these folks know how to have a good time, a lot of good laughs and the real bonus—you’ll learn to enjoy ballroom dancing. The music you grew up with is at…

The British Club Hawaiian evening

Aloha from the British Club

Twink Gates-Zimdar On Saturday, April 19 members of the British Club enjoyed their Hawaiian evening at the SaddleBrooke Activity Center with the Glenda Frederick’s Hawaiian Dancers as entertainment. All enjoyed the evening’s entertainment enormously and feasted on the large delicious selection of Hawaiian dishes to choose from. Thank you, Ethel Willmot, for organizing this fun…

Catalina Mountain Elks support food bank

From left: Exalted Ruler Gloria Cisneros and Community Activities Coordinator Jan Trudeau loading truck with bags of food.

Pat Cox Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge #2815 used $2,000 of an Elks National Foundation Beacon Grant to purchase food for distribution by Impact of Southern Arizona which operates as a food and clothing bank for families in need in northwest Tucson, SaddleBrooke, Oro Valley and Catalina. Lodge Community Activities Coordinator Jan Trudeau, with the help…