Undefeated Bruce Fink, a perfect storm

Joe Giammarino and Dominic Borland Pool Players of the Brooke want to thank our generous sponsors Red Lobster and OOROO Auto Care. On December 2, 2017 the Pool Players of the…

Bigger, better and more beautiful

  Karen Schickedanz SaddleBrooke Delta Gamma alumnae are once again selling geraniums to benefit local charities. But this year the blooms promise to be bigger, better and even more beautiful.…

Light Painting with SaddleBrooke Photography Club

Dee English It was an evening of spectacular lights, movement, shapes and art created by the photographers who participated in the “Painting with Light” workshop. Light saber swords, glow sticks,…

Jewish Friendship Group news – May 2014

On May 21 we will be once again celebrating Mother’s Day. This year we will have a Mediterranean Dinner Buffet at the Mesquite Grill. The menu will include Mediterranean salad, lemon garlic chicken and cracker crusted whitefish. Cost will be $24 per person including tip and tax. Lots of free parking. Mark your calendars for…

British Club holds ladies’ coffee morning and book exchange

The British Club enjoyed tea at the home of Sheelagh Simpson

Twink Gates-Zimdar On Saturday, April 26 it seemed like British weather had come to SaddleBrooke! It was a blustery, overcast day and threatening rain; not like the lovely sunny days we usually enjoy here. Quite a fitting day for the eleven ladies from the British Club to enjoy their Coffee Morning and Book Exchange at…

Old Time Radio Club meeting

Norman Schickedanz OTR (old time radio) fans will meet Tuesday, June 3 at 1:30 p.m. in SaddleBrooke. They will listen to The National Barn Dance from August 22, 1942. Heard in the broadcast are Joe Kelly, Billy Murray, the Hoosier Hot Shots, Pat Buttram, Lulubelle and Scotty, Eddie Peabody and the Dinning Sisters. The National Barn…

The SaddleBrooke Adventure Club was sky high

High above the ground the silvery outline of a small plane was barely visible as it climbed ever higher into the bright blue sky. Then a tiny black speck appeared to tumble from the plane and then another and another. Quickly those specks were lost to normal vision, but soon the sky blossomed with color…

Summer art classes return

Kay Sullivan By popular demand, members of the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild will again offer several half day art classes throughout the summer months. This is a good time to try new things without making a month long commitment. Due to the preparation efforts to teach these classes, the fee will be $20 for three…

SaddleBrooke Bereavement Group

Ann Adams Experiencing the loss of a loved one is very painful. The loss may be recent or it may have been awhile ago. Grieving for the loss of a son, daughter, spouse, a pet or other loved one puts one on the journey of bereavement. A support group can be a help in understanding…