Partners Western Dance summer activities

  Jane Gromelski Partners Western Dance Club will continue dancing in the Summer months in the MountainView Ballroom on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. The practices will start in May and…

Meet the SaddleBrooke Singers – Part 1

Photo courtesy of Bill George Steph Mattie As I mentioned in my last article, this is the 25th year for the SaddleBrooke Singers. Each season we have been fortunate to…

Do you wanna dance?

SilverBelles performed Pink Shoe Laces with Sam Page in the 2018 Variety Show. Vivian Herman Did you ever want to try your hand (or feet) at learning dance routines in…

MPLN at the Oro Valley invitational

Oro Valley Country Club Invitational group: Back row from left to right: Linda Miles, Becky Fisher, Deb Bunker, Joyce Sutay, Diane Mazzarella, Phyllis Cadden, Front row: Karyl Steele, Louise Bidwell,…

SPA participates in Adopt-a-Highway program

Mark Van Matre, VP of SPA SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association members participated in cleaning up a portion of Edwin Road on May 22, 2018, as part of Pinal County’s “Adopt-a-Highway” program.…

Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church

The Mafioso Murders support a church Nan Nasser and Shawne Cryderman It is not often that a church can admit it has been assisted by a series of criminal actions, but Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church in Catalina has been such a recipient. Community Circle Players, founded in 2016 by Susan Sterling and Shawne Cryderman, has produced…

Genealogy Club update

  Lydia O’Connor Have you ever spent a lot of time working with a program that offered other researcher’s family tree only to find out they weren’t really relative? They may have just copied each other’s trees. At today’s meeting, Rondie Yancey, a Genealogy Club member, introduced attendees to a new and informative program called…

SaddleBrooke Health Fair has new Volunteer Coordinator

  Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator The spirit of volunteerism is part of the fabric of SaddleBrooke, and the Health Fair is one of the largest, volunteer-driven events in our community. Recruiting, training and organizing over 100 volunteers to staff the fair is a big job. Sally Sample retired this year after eight years as Volunteer…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

  SBCO college scholarships change lives Nancy McCluskey-Moore Skyrocketing college tuitions pose a special challenge for young people growing up in former mining towns. Edward Aguirre was one of 24 graduates from Hayden High School in Winkelman. “I knew I needed to go to college, but I didn’t know how to get there. Not many…

The Preserve

  Ann Lange The Preserve chicks powdered their pin feathers and told their old buzzards to fluff ‘n buff their filoplume, grab a bottle of their favorite nectar and bob on over to the Barazani’s for some beak babble and patio piffle at the annual end-of-the-season snowbird farewell party April 28. Carrabba’s Restaurant grilled up…

From The New Home Sales Team

  Luxury Villas coming to SaddleBrooke For active adults looking for a “Lock & Leave” lifestyle, SaddleBrooke will be introducing the new Courtyard Villa Series this summer. These impressive single-level, attached homes will exemplify carefree living by offering popular great rooms for entertaining, spacious master suites and outdoor living spaces to enjoy Arizona’s fabulous weather.…