118 Preserve Residents Say Farewell to Snowbird Neighbors Departing Until Next Fall

Dance Instructor Turns 90

French Railroad System Angels Save Our Vacation

A Bit Late, but … May Is Jewish American Heritage Month

Cool Off in the Pool!

  All summer long, the Swim Club will offer coached practices on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Two or three practices will be available on those days between the hours of 7 and 11 a.m. While all practices will offer a combination of technique and fitness work, the 7 a.m. session will place a slightly higher…

Ceramics Club Supports Local Charities

The spirit of giving was alive and well at the SaddleBrooke Ceramics Club’s annual member party, where generosity met creativity. Through a silent auction and a lively 50/50 drawing, the club raised funds to support two vital organizations: SaddleBrooke Senior Village and IMPACT of Southern Arizona. “It was hard to choose between all of the…

Pinal County Recognizes Cyclemasters’ Efforts

Cindy Holm For 15 years, Cyclemasters have been picking up trash along SaddleBrooke Blvd. On April 20, 21 Cyclemasters volunteered their time to rid the road of garbage once again. During this event, Pinal County acknowledged these years of service by hosting a Subway lunch and awarding T-shirts to the volunteers. In addition, a 15-year…

History Hike Atop Mount Lemmon

Ruth Caldwell It was a beautiful, sunny day in mid-May on the top of Mount Lemmon! A SaddleBrooke Hiking Club (SBHC) group was looking forward to club guide Marc Humphrey’s wonderful hike along the Meadow Trail and the Mount Lemmon Trail, then the descent to the Aspen Draw Trail. All told, this would be a…

Artwork To Enhance Our Community

Electrical boxes, walls, and other infrastructure in SaddleBrooke can detract from our beautiful Sonoran Desert surroundings. To remedy this situation, representatives from both SaddleBrooke One and SaddleBrooke TWO reached out to the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild, along with other artistic groups, to develop colorful murals along major roadways like Ridgeview and Clubhouse Drive. The first…

The SaddleBrooke Hiking Club and Its Labor of Love

Mary Jo Bellner Swartzberg The Hiking Club’s main mission is to offer hikes in Arizona to its 600 members; however, most people do not know that the SaddleBrooke Hiking Club also takes responsibility for maintaining Catalina Hills Drive. This long and winding road, which leads to The Preserve, is the road off of SaddleBrooke Boulevard.…