Fine Arts Guild and UAMA Art Lecture Series

Tammy Bearden The SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild, in partnership with the University of Arizona Museum of Art, will present a new series of three lectures beginning Wednesday, January 3, 2018,…

Friday Quilters supports STS and veterans

Michael Buckley The SaddleBrooke Friday Quilters Group recently made 15 patriotic quilts and gave them to SaddleBrooke Troop Support (STS) for presentation to the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System.…

SaddleBrooke Paper Crafters having fun

Carolyn McLean What started as a cute idea after a lunch out and craft store shopping, Georgeann Becker, Connie Sheehey and Carolyn McLean were talking about how relaxed we’ve become…

Verde Sputters news

Trudy Rossi The snowbirds are returning and along with our new members, the Sputters are fielding quite a bright and cheerful group of ladies every Monday morning. The winter starting…

Get back in the Swing with LWV

Bev Kloehn and Laura Benson It’s time to prepare for many decisions on the November 2014 Election Ballot. It’s also time to find out what transpired during the National and State League of Women Voters’ annual meetings. The September 12 meeting of the SaddleBrooke Unit offers the place to do this. A member of the…

Save the date for MSG 2014-2015 speakers

The SaddleBrooke Metaphysical Group has lined up an impressive group of speakers for the upcoming year. Plan to join the group at the HOA 1 Activity Center at 64518 Galveston Lane on the second Wednesday of each month beginning in October for an evening of enlightenment and entertainment as we explore a variety of subjects…

Mindfulness:  What’s the big deal?

Dr. Teri Davis The word mindfulness seems to be everywhere these days. Doctors and therapists talk about it. Neuroscientists and behavior researchers talk about it. Teachers and Fortune 500 executives bring it into classrooms and boardrooms. What is it? Mindfulness is a way of paying attention and it is an inner state that is the…

Coins – where do they go?

Ken Marich Over the last 200 years millions of coins have been minted by the U.S., yet for some coins there are small numbers remaining making them relatively valuable. Where did they go? The largest percentage loss for any U.S. coin is from normal use. The average lifespan of coins is 25 to 30 years.…