Over 1000 attended CCP’s The Mafioso Murders!

  Andrea Molberg Under the direction of Susan Sterling, Community Circle Players (CCP) brought seven performances of The Mafioso Murders to sold out crowds in SaddleBrooke One’s Vistas and SaddleBrooke TWO’s…

CCSB welcomes Isabele Mai

  Joanne Thomas Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) was privileged to have guest pianist, Isabele Mai, play a duet with church accompanist, Joanne Thomas. Isabele is a high school sophomore…

Tai Chi

  Carol Emerson Black belts Carol and Ken Emerson are proud to announce the promotion of nine students in their belt ranking system. Promotions are based on a student’s accomplishment…

Jim “RocketMan” Donat in Orbit

  Joe Giammarino and Dominic Borland Pool Players of The Brooke want to thank our generous sponsor Catalina ACE Hardware. On April 14, 2018 the Pool Players of the Brooke…

Tai Chi – back to school special

Carol Emerson Growing up, Ken and I always looked forward to getting back to school each year. It was exciting to get back with our friends and to begin our new classes. So it is here in SaddleBrooke; we look forward to the return of our snowbird students and to the new students that will…

SaddleBrooke Singers ring in the season

The SaddleBrooke Singers

Sam Page Get your holiday season off to a good start with the SaddleBrooke Singers and their annual Holiday Concert entitled, appropriately, Ring the Bells. Many voices raised in song in a special tribute to the holiday season—this is what can be heard at the DesertView Performing Arts theatre on Friday evening, December 5 at…

Jewish Friendship Group news – October 2014

Marilyn Anthony The September potluck was an outstanding success. The food was superb even necessitating brisket police to ensure a slice for everyone! There were more than 50 different dishes from unusual salads to casseroles to yummy desserts. The many volunteers who helped set up the room got to eat first (pays to volunteer). A…

Understanding loss and grief

Today we will explore the ever present, ever elusive, Developmental Loss. Why does it even need to be recognized? It is everywhere. It is always happening. And like most losses, we have no power to stop it. Now that sounds like you should stop reading, but don’t. Remember that understanding loss is the key to…