Tag: donations

Shred, recycle and donate April 20

Sue King It’s spring and time to clean house. Pack up your old paper files and outdated electronics and bring them to the Shredding and Recycling Event on Saturday, April 20, from 9:00 a.m. to noon (or until the truck is full). The event, hosted by Long Realty-Golder Ranch, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach and the Beacon…

13th annual Autism Walk and Resource Fair

The Autism Society of Southern Arizona has announced that Premiere Wealth Advisors, LLC will be the title sponsor of the 13th Annual Autism Walk & Resource Fair on Saturday, April 6th, in Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium at Kino Park Sports Complex, 2500 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, Arizona. Registration begins at 7:30am and the Walk and…

Golf balls for a dog-gone good cause

You probably remember the game show Let’s Make a Deal, in which Monty Hall would select contestants from the audience and trade items of value for another item. Let’s Make a Deal has come to a garage in SaddleBrooke! You can pick up ten gently-used golf balls, in exchange for your $5 bill. All golfers…

You’re invited to Sister Jose Women’s Center luncheon on March 3

Santa Catalina Catholic Church is hosting the fourth annual Luncheon/Silent Auction to benefit the Sister Jose Women’s Center in Tucson. For many Tucson women experiencing homelessness, Sister Jose Women’s Center is their only safe haven and the first step to recovery from homelessness. Its low-barrier day center provides unaccompanied homeless women with a stable and…

2019 Blood Donor Days in SaddleBrooke

Mary Jo Bellner Swartzberg Were you aware that each year SaddleBrooke hosts five blood drives right here within our own community? Blood drives are held frequently across the country in order to provide resources for victims of fire, flood, hurricane, tornado and more. The Red Cross raises funds and distributes food, groceries, household items and…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke

A gift you can use this year Stephanie Thomas That box of holiday candy will be gone in a week. That book you received will be read and on the shelf in a month. That poinsettia might make it through the season. How about a gift that you can use seventy-two times a year? Yes,…

Generosity helps shelter dogs rest comfortably

Laurel Parrott This is a story about how regular people can make a huge difference for a great cause. Last spring, SaddleBrooke residents Bud and Joy Wegner learned that dogs at the Pinal County Animal Care and Control (PCACC) Shelter near Casa Grande had to sleep and rest on the hard, cold and sometimes damp…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach

The Educational Enrichment sub-committee needs you Nancy McCluskey-Moore SaddleBrooke Community Outreach is “All About the Kids.” Our Educational Enrichment sub-committee is an important part of our efforts to provide learning opportunities for students within the Copper Corridor where the schools have been devastated financially by the closing of the local mines. In fiscal year 2017-18,…