Murder Mystery Coming this March!

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

MPLNiners Give from the Heart

The Tennis Club Brings in the Holidays with Chuck Moses!

Murder Mystery Coming this March!

Andrea Molberg Community Circle Players will once again be doing a murder mystery in March! CCP will produce the delightful murder mystery Spook Light Legacy, an original script by Joh…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Pet Rescue’s Fashion Show/Luncheon a Huge Success Fabulous Calle Rose models This year’s SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network’s (SBPRN) fundraiser was a huge success! Because of the response, we were able…

MPLNiners Give from the Heart

Pictured (left to right) are MPLN members Eileen Snearly, Barbara Bloch, Marian Stoleson, and Charlene Leach; SBCO members Mark Liefke and Mona Sullivan; MPLN President Caryl Dowell, and MPLN member…

A River Runs Under It

Linda Lyon Continually working to improve conditions at the SaddleBrooke Dog Park, the volunteer maintenance crew recently added another project to their long list of completed upgrades. This one addressed a hazard that occurs when water runs through the “wild side” of the park after a heavy rain. The more developed small dog and big…

Hopi Quilting the Focus of February FSL Lecture

Nancy McCluskey-Moore On Thursday, Feb. 9, at 4 p.m. in the DesertView Theater, Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries (FSL) will host the fifth lecture in its 2022-23 series. Carolyn O’Bagy Davis will present “Hopi Quilting: Stitched Traditions from an Ancient Community.” According to Davis, the story of Hopi textiles and the history of quilting on the…

A Newcomer’s Perspective on Swim Club

Lori A. Lyle “Join the Swim Club!” they said. “It’ll be fun!,” they said—and, boy, were they right! When my daughters (who were competitive swimmers in high school and college) visited last year, the first thing they did was head to the DesertView pool to do some lap swimming. At the pool, they encountered the…

If You Can Pickle, You Can POP!

Greg Hlushko A number of pickleball players have discovered and are enjoying playing POP. It has some similarity to pickleball, with both sports requiring a single underhand serve and a manageable-sized court. POP doubles is played within the singles lines on a tennis court, and there is a baseline that is nine feet in from…