A Hole-In-One for One of Unit 48’s Very Own

Rochelle Davies I’ve heard it said that the odds of a golfer achieving a hole-in-one are something close to 12,500 to 1. It requires a combination of both skill and luck. On the morning of Sept. 7, on the Par 3, 108 yard 11th Hole, Sandi Cooper was playing her “other” home course, Camas Meadows, located…

Benefit Concert Set for November 19

Alan Mollenkopf The SaddleBrooke Western Heritage Preservation Club is sponsoring a benefit concert to raise funds for the Oracle Schools Foundation (www.oracleschoolsfoundation.com). The concert is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m., and tickets are now on sale. The concert venue is the DesertView Performing Arts Center at 39900 Clubhouse Drive. The entertainer is Western Music…

Exploring Alcohol Inks

LaVerne Kyriss Tom Frost and Mike Rutt explore how alcohol inks flow on specialized Yupo paper during an introduction to alcohol ink session led by Karen Brungardt in the Topaz Room at SaddleBrooke TWO’s MountainView location. The class is one of many offered by the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild. Classes are open to all SaddleBrooke…

In Passing

Mary “Caroline” Morrison Mary “Caroline” Morrison was born in 1935 in East Prairie, Mo. to Nancy “Juanita” and Daniel Thomas Attebery. The family moved to Lincoln, Ill. when she was 13 and she later graduated from Lincoln High School. She graduated from Greenville University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She tried student teaching, but…

News from GLAAS

Gays, Lesbians, and Allies at SaddleBrooke (GLAAS) has continued its monthly potlucks throughout the summer, and September was no exception. The September meeting featured a talk by member Kim Karmenzind on the topic of Medicare. Kim is a licensed insurance broker. She is not bound by any one insurance carrier, but is licensed to help…