Category: Clubs & Classes

Is Food a Problem for You?

Do you eat when you’re not hungry? Do you binge, purge, or restrict? Is your weight affecting your life? Contact Overeaters Anonymous. No dues. No fees. No weigh-ins. No diets. We meet at the MountainView Arts and Craft Center in the Agate room on Fridays from 1 to 2 p.m. Call 520-260-2003 or visit oa.org.

SaddleBrooke Singers Will Be Back

Madeleine Fiorino, front row, red scarf (Photo by Bob Shay)

Cheri Emahiser Time will tell, but the SaddleBrooke Singers plan to begin rehearsing an array of songs chosen to honor our veterans on Sept. 13. Our concert, “Lest We Forget” is scheduled to be performed on Friday, Nov. 6 and Sunday, Nov. 8, at the DesertView Performing Arts Center. One of our SaddleBrooke Singers, Madeleine…

The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke Never Even Slowed Down

Dan Watson and Liese Razzeto of The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke help with produce distribution.

Barbara Barr Who helps deliver produce to the needy, funds after school tutoring for K-8 students while providing tutoring jobs for high school students, packs food for the food bank, provides computers for a technology lab in a school without one, helps fund a school robotics program, financially supports a sewing program for teens, helps…

Hiker’s Adventure’s

SaddleBrooke hikers top Dome Rock (Photo by Ruth Caldwell)

Hiker’s Visit Dome Rock Ruth Caldwell On May 22, SaddleBrooke hikers assaulted another of the great trails blazed by Associate Chief Hiking Guide Michael Hovan and his trail building crew. This new track, designated the Picnic Rock/Double Crested/Dome Loop, climbs up out of the Canada del Oro wash behind SaddleBrooke into the hills we view…

Recognizing Our Many Tenured Members

Anne Romeo and Dottie Adams Whether you are a relative newcomer to the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club (SBLDC) or have been a member for many years, you have without a doubt encountered some of our longer-term, tenured members. They are generally low key about their accomplishments and their many contributions to the club over the years.…

MountainView Bridge Club News

Ann Kuperberg Summer has officially arrived. Now we can go to the pool, eat at restaurants, go to the hairdresser, all with distancing and masks. The good news is we don’t have to wear makeup or shave, because the masks cover our face. We’ll continue to play casual games and play online with friends, take lessons,…

Carol Zupancic, Founder of Quilt for a Cause

Linda Eisenhart The Friday Quilters Club has been around for almost 25 years and, in that time, members have made a significant impact on not only SaddleBrooke community residents, but the entire Tucson community. Two very special people formed a friendship that has had lasting effects on the Tucson healthcare community. Carol Zupancic belonged to…

SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild

Karen Brungardt The current times have impacted the Fine Arts Guild along with everyone else. We were unable to complete our spring class schedule or hold our wine and art events, but all these things will happen again! We are looking at possibly offering our summer classes on a limited basis in July and August…