Tag: Senior Village at SaddleBrooke

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

Cheerful May Baskets Stephanie Thomas What do butterflies, flower buds, and SaddleBrooke residents have in common? Answer: They are all bursting forth with new spring energy. To celebrate SaddleBrooke’s post-vaccination emergence, Senior Village wanted to spread much-needed cheer to randomly selected members by delivering May baskets, provided by a special gift fund. Friendly Contact and…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke: Neighbors helping Neighbors

Vicki and Nick Palumbo meet with membership volunteer, LaVonne Ashwood, to join Senior Village.

Senior Village Welcomes All Ages Stephanie Thomas Senior Village is not like a club where people congregate because they share a hobby or sports interest. Village membership is open to everyone in SaddleBrooke, and all ages can utilize the services. From the youngest Village member at 51 years old, to the most elderly at 97, they…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

AZ Rep. Tom O’Halleran met with Senior Village Executive Director Linda Hampton and Board Chairman David Loendorf to learn about the logistics of the SaddleBrooke vaccination clinics.

Senior Village Is Much More Than Vaccinations Stephanie Thomas For the past five months, the name Senior Village has been synonymous with the Saturday vaccination clinic, but did you know that Senior Village offers 11 volunteer teams to support its 1,000 members and address their needs? Even during mask-wearing and social distancing, our volunteers have been…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke: Neighbors helping Neighbors

Gather Your Electronics for Community-Wide Recycling Collection Suzanne Marlatt-Stewart Senior Village is working with Suburban Miners of Tucson to offer a community recycling event for all SaddleBrooke residents. Operating since 2007, Suburban Miners shreds all hard drives and guarantees safe and secure recycling. Electronics in working order are also passed on to those in need…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

Executive Director Linda Hampton

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke Selects Executive Director David Loendorf Senior Village at SaddleBrooke proudly announces the hiring of Linda Hampton as Executive Director to manage the rapid growth of our non-profit organization. Linda comes to the Village after serving 10 years as the Executive Director of the Marana Food Bank, a branch of the Community…

Senior Village Volunteers Are Ready to Help

Volunteer Bill Lunquist helping Village member Bill Smith install a new computer and printer

Suzanne Marlatt Stewart Every now and then, Senior Village hears the comment, “I don’t want to be a bother, so I don’t call the village when I need a service.” There is no reason to postpone scheduling an appointment or putting off a small needed project. As a member, you can utilize village services six…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors Helping Neighbors

David Loendorf, president of Senior Village, adjusts his home lighting system to come on at dusk and turn off at a set hour via his cell phone.

Living “Smart” Suzanne Marlatt-Stewart Smart phones, smart cars, smart TVs, robotic vacuums—maybe a personal robot like the one in “Frank and the Robot” isn’t here yet, but you will be amazed at the technology available right now that can make your life easier. Senior Village at SaddleBrooke will sponsor a seminar series called “Living Smart”…

Senior Village Birthdays Are for Celebrating

Senior Village members (left to right): Jim Jevne, Barbara Carlson, Nancy Brackett, and Beatrice Simpson celebrate at a birthday luncheon organized by Senior Village volunteer Deb Donahue.

Suzanne Marlatt-Stewart “The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” (Oprah Winfrey) No matter what your age, birthdays are special occasions to be honored. Senior Village volunteers agree! Each month, they invite Village members to a no-host lunch to have the opportunity to share their birthday with others.…