Category: Clubs & Classes

Valentine’s Pajama Party

The SaddleBrooke Line Dancers share secrets in their pj’s.

It was a dark and stormy night-. Wait, that’s not true! It was actually a bright and sunny afternoon. Early bird diners, clad in smart casual, were making their way across the MountainView parking lot, blithely unaware of the complication that their presence created to the dancers waiting anxiously in their cars. When the coast…

Genus Iris presentation

Janet Campbell Under the Auspices of the Tucson Area Iris Society. Learn about culture and hybridizing along with a demonstration on how to divide and conquer an Iris patch. Saturday, March 21, 2015, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Oro Valley Public Library Meeting Room.

Silver Belles and Beaus wow at two big performances

Dancers are Ann Kurtz, Laurie Page, Janifer Farquhar, Linda Schuttler, Vivian Herman, Claudia Booth, Dianne Bank and Caryl Mobley.

Vivian Herman The Silver Belles, performing an hour long program at Friendship Village, called on two amazing men to help entertain the residents. Silver Belles are known for their many costume changes and, in between those changes, Lloyd Maritz regaled with a hilarious tongue twister Erbie Fitch’s Twitch and reprised his soliloquy I Wish I…

Latin Rhythm Dance Club – Spring dance events

Caribbean and Beyond Dinner Dance Party at SaddleBrooke One

Latin dancing is an aerobic activity that exercises your body and mind while improving your body’s balance, all at the same time. And it’s fun! The Latin Rhythm Dance Club is SaddleBrooke’s premier dance organization dedicated to bringing professional level dance instruction to SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. Our dance activities include basic classes, specialized…

Author visits Book Club

Author Cathy Hufault points out the area where the Boy Scouts were lost.

Jay Mathews Author Cathy Hufault returned to SaddleBrooke in February. This time she met with The Wednesday Girls, a local book club which was formed some ten years ago and which meets in the homes of members. Assisted by her husband John, Cathy used a video and slide presentation to discuss her book Death Clouds…

The British Club at the Canyon’s Crown

The British Club continues to grow.

Twink Gates-Zimdar On Wednesday, January 28 members and friends of the British Club were getting underway their first in a series of great social events for the New Year 2015. They thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the Canyon’s Crown Restaurant and Pub, way across town at the crossroads of Tanque Verde and Sabino Canyon.…

A fascinating conversation

Earl T. O’Loughlin and James A. McDivitt

SaddleBrooke Troop Support’s Conversation with two American Heroes on February 4 at SaddleBrooke One Vistas Restaurant was a huge success, both for the attendees who were treated to fascinating stories as well as for the area troops, veterans and their families who will benefit from the proceeds of the record turnout. Over 180 people attended…

Coronado School participates in Elks Americanism Essay Contest

From left, front: Assistant Principal Michele Goodman, Emeline Segmiller, Hannah Tarpley; Back: Catalina Mountain Youth Activities Coordinator Peggy Nelson, Zara Bauer, Gracie Brinkerhoff, Hannah Irwin, Ruby Bemis, Principal Gerad Ball and Catalina Mountain Americanism Chairman Al Peterson. .

Two hundred and seventy eight students in grades five through eight from Coronado Middle School in Catalina participated in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Americanism Essay Contest. Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 Americanism Coordinator Al Peterson and Assistant Principal Michele Goodman worked together to encourage student participation in writing this year’s theme,…