Health Fair Plans Underway

Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator The 2022 Health Fair is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 a.m. until noon. This is one of the largest volunteer events here in SaddleBrooke featuring a representation of the medical facilities, healthcare providers, and health-related nonprofits in the area. Both SaddleBrooke One and MountainView clubhouses will be filled with…

MPLN Hosts Putts, Pearls, and Polka Dots

Eileen J. Snearly On Tuesday, May 3, the MountainView Preserve Lady Niners (MPLN) held their annual Bring a Friend golf event at MouintainView Golf Club and MV Bar and Grill, benefitting American Legion Oro Valley Post 132. The Commander of Post 132, Wayne Larroque, was presented a check at the MPLN board meeting on May…

Help Improve Lives …

Yours and many of those less fortunate. All the profits of the Golden Goose Thrift Shop go to supporting SaddleBrooke Community Outreach and IMPACT of Southern Arizona. Finally, a way to get back more than you give—guaranteed! Volunteer on the Golden Goose truck picking up donations. You put in a few hours a week, on…

SBWGA-18 & CASA Helping Children In Pinal County

Shirley Hamann Each year the SBWGA-18 Golf Association serves the community by collaborating with a chosen charity. This year, they have chosen Pinal County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for its charitable focus in 2022. “CASA of Pinal County is affiliated with CASA of Arizona and the National CASA Association which is a network of almost 1,000…

Boot Prints: Ken Wong

Diana Smith It’s hard to imagine that anyone in the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club (SBHC) doesn’t know the name Ken Wong. For the past 12 years, hikers have seen his name every other month when the SBHC newsletter is distributed, yet may not actually know much about Ken or his many contributions to the success of…

MountainView Lady Putters and Moonlight Madness

Eileen J. Snearly Oh, what a night it was on May 14 when the MountainView Lady Putters set up the course at the MountainView putting green for Moonlight Madness. The course was set up at dusk, dinner was served at 6:30 p.m., and when it was dark enough, around 8 p.m., putting began. A masked putter…