Tag: events

Health Fair needs Coordinator of Volunteers

  Phyllis Ketring The Health Fair Planning Committee needs a Volunteer Coordinator to join the team for this year’s October Health Fair. This person must have strong interpersonal skills to recruit and communicate with volunteers and interact with the planning team. Some familiarity with Excel and email will be useful. During the year, there are…

Meet Black Widow Betty from The Mafioso Murders

Andrea Molberg There will be lots of clues, surprises, and fun at Community Circle Players’ new dinner theatre show The Mafioso Murders. In the cast of the mystery dinner production at SaddleBrooke One’s Vistas April 8-11 and at SaddleBrooke TWO’s MountainView Ballroom April 12-14 is Kathleen “Casey” Domalewski playing Black Widow Betty. Seventeen years ago,…

Sheryll McManus to perform Rhapsody in Blue

  SaddleBrooke pianist, Sheryll McManus, has been invited to perform George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with the Tucson Concert Band on Sunday, April 8 at Sahuarita High School. McManus is a former pianist with the St. Louis and Indianapolis Symphonies, performing with artists including Henry Mancini, Doc Severinson, the ‘Moody Blues’ as well as music professor…

The Great Banjo Summit April 3

  Donna Langwig How many times in your life have you witnessed the best in the world? Well, here is your chance. Rob Wright of The New Christy Minstrels fame is hosting world famous jazz musician, Howard Alden, and musical phenom, Tyler Jackson, for the Great Banjo Summit and Other Things with Strings. In addition…

A crime has been committed! Now what?

  James Tanner Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer and SaddleBrooke TWO invite you to join them on Thursday, April 19, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. for the third part of a community conversation discussing what you need to know if you are a victim or a witness to a crime. Guest speaker Pinal County Sheriff Mark…

Death and survivor benefits seminar for vets

  Ed Davis This benefits seminar is presented by members of the American Legion Oro Valley Post 132. It will cover all ceremonial and burial benefits available to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces as well as benefits to which their surviving family members are entitled. Free to all veterans and their spouses or next…

The World War II Roundtable

  Larry Linderman The World War II Roundtable is pleased to announce its guest speaker for the Thursday, March 15 meeting will be SaddleBrooke resident Ted Sakano. On February 19, 1942 President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, that eventually resulted in the incarceration behind barbed wire of 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry. Ted Sakano…

Easter services at MSPC

  Nan Nasser Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church Holy Week Services will begin on Palm Sunday, March 25, at 10:00 a.m. Palms will be offered to all worshippers, and a procession will precede the worship service led by Pastor Rachel Srubas, and supported by music under the direction of Charmaine Piane Dame, Director of Music. Maundy…

Authentic German Dinner, April 14

  Ken Robinson The Award Winning American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 presents an Authentic German Dinner on Saturday, April 14, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center (64518 East Galveston Lane). One hundred percent of proceeds are for veterans in need and for rehabilitation and reintegration programs. The menu…