Wild horses of the Salt River

Pam Boedeker Bob Koblewski was the first speaker of the new year for SaddleBrooke Nature Club. He will be a very hard act to follow! SaddleBrooke One knows Bob as…

RV Club members attend balloon festival

Ken Marich Twenty members of the SB RV Club attended the 46th annual Hot Air Festival held in Albuquerque, NM. This is the largest balloon festival in the world. Over…

Community Church attends World Habitat Day

Carol Thompson World Habitat Day is an international day of action that highlights the basic right of all humanity to adequate shelter. Formalized by the United Nations General Assembly in…

Want to live longer and have more fun?

Thomas Kruse, MD Experts like to say that the best form of exercise is whatever kind you’ll actually do. But a new study finds that people who do team sports…

Computer Club updates – February 2015

Our monthly free public presentation will come earlier than our accustomed third Monday of the month in March and April. Our presentations are open to all SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch residents and their guests. Meetings often include question and answer sessions with PC and/or Apple instructors. A door prize drawing is held at the end…

Rotary Club holiday highlights

Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke members

Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke thanks its members for joining in the fun at our 2014 Holiday Party held in the Vistas Dining Room. We invite everyone who is looking for a way to give back to their community to join us for a complimentary lunch at Agave Lounge in the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. Meetings and…

Stock your shelves with desert plants

Jean Groen spoke about the cooking and healing benefits from using cacti.

Pam Boedeker The December meeting of SaddleBrooke Nature Club began with Jim Cloer telling the group about volunteer opportunities with the Catalina State Park Nature Program. Possibilities are endless from photography to geology and plant study. The speaker at the meeting was Jean Groen from Apache Junction. Jean has a lifelong love of cooking and…

A new local chapter being formed

Mitch Steinberg The Tucson Chapter of MOAA held a meeting on February 14 in SaddleBrooke and local members moved forward to establish their own MOAA satellite chapter. The new satellite will be named Catalina Mountains. This Chapter will encompass Northwest Tucson to include Catalina, Oracle, parts of Oro Valley and Marana, SaddleBrooke and Sun City.…