Tag: Unit Happenings

Unit Happenings – November 2014

Pat Broers and Bob Stocks enjoy the evening at Unit 21’s second annual Poker Run.

Unit 21 holds 2nd annual Poker Run Bill Brown The only thing missing from Unit 21’s second annual Poker Run on Wednesday, October 15 was Kenny Rogers singing, “Know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em.” Most of you probably don’t know what a poker run is so here’s a brief description. Seven households…

Unit Happenings – October 2014

From left are Dottie Shaffer, Susan Schwartz and John Shaffer.

Unit 3 South Party Frank Strubel On Sept 22, we met at the Agave Lounge for drinks and dining and discussing travels for the summer. This summer, residents made trips to Ireland, Paris, Salt Spring Island in BC, Texas, Wyoming, Utah, NM, Colorado, and the Midwest to see relatives. To help pay for his travel…

Unit Happenings – September 2014

Unit 7 potluck draws a large summer crowd.

Unit 7 Potluck Neil and Nancy Macdonald Unit 7 manages to always have great participation with our potluck get-togethers. Over thirty of our residents gathered at Lois and Carl Travors’ home at 5.30 p.m. and, considering the number of absent snowbirds we have, this was an excellent turnout. The food was superb as evidenced by…

Unit Happenings – June 2014

Unit 3 South A patio party was hosted by Bob and Penny Rauzi on April 25 with 50 people in attendance. Mexicano bufe (buffet) was served (catered by Sammy), followed by Texas Sheet Cake (baked by chefs Dottie Shaffer and Anne Marie Strubel). Bob and Penny owned a home in the HOA 1 Villas and…

Unit 36

Margery Nemura Our annual Spring Picnic at Catalina State Park’s new outdoor pavilion was enjoyed by 45 guests on April 25. We were fortunate to have lovely weather which made our two hikes very pleasant. Jeff Eighmy, a unit 36 resident, led a very informative and interesting hike to the historic Romero Ruins. Jeff’s knowledge…

Unit 32

Back row: Dana Parker, Gerry Autry, Renee Beste and Kathy Duarte; front: Mary Worthy, soldier Private Louis Caldera, Sande Rivas, Barbara van Brunt and Margaret Falkowski. Photo by Jerry Parker

Barb Williams Can you learn Civil War history in a cemetery? Margaret Falkowski led a group to Evergreen Cemetery on Saturday, March 22 to find out for us. Here are her comments: “Betty Cook from the Arizona Historical Society organizes this yearly program to introduce current southern Arizona residents with Tucson pioneers. Our group from…

Unit 21

On Saturday, March 22, 50 or so neighbors in Unit 21 enjoyed a delicious potluck dinner in the Activity Center and then settled in for rousing games of Bingo! Winners, left to right: Kate Elfstrom, Mary Quamma, Chris Toney, Joanne Thomas and Kathy Vonderheid.

Unit 17

Betsy Lowry Hey, thank you, Arlene Desjardens, for a wonderful potluck evening at your house. There were more than fifty 17ers at the event. The food was outstanding and there was chatter and laughter in every room. Our next event was the Spring Fling with the theme Color Me Springtime with dinner and entertainment by…

Unit 9

Yes, we know that America’s Got Talent, England’s Got Talent, Holland’s Got Talent but SaddleBrooke residents also know that SaddleBrooke’s Got Talent. March 28 found a group of forty Unit Nine residents enjoying the 2014 SaddleBrooke Variety Show which is one of our musts every two years; we always book a block of tickets. Again…