How does Your Garden Grow?

  Louise Grabell, Pinal County Master Gardener There is a wonderful, care-free and attractive plant I’d like to tell you about. There is a story behind my love of this…

Armchair Travel Club: Antarctica

  Carol Fielding How do you get to Antarctica? And why would you want to go there? Kerstin Seifert answered those questions at the February 24 gathering of the SBR…

SBR Pickleball Association planning for an incredible year

  Ron Green SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball association is an extraordinary association and your new Board is excited and energized to help make 2018 an incredible year. As communicated in our first general meeting our emphasis this year will be social activities, events and skills development for all our members. To help us continue to be…

SBR Master Athletes

  Don Schaefer This past several weeks four SaddleBrooke Ranch Masters Athletes participated in qualifying events for the National Senior Games to be held in Albuquerque, NM, June 14-25, 2019. The NSG is the second largest Senior Games in the world (Huntsman Games in St. George, Utah being the largest) with an estimated 10,000+ athletes…

Spring Line Dancing? Sign up now!

  Dr. Mark Magdanz Reservation lists for classes can fill fast, don’t delay yours. Why learn Line Dancing with Rebecca? You get great fun, service and results. It is also predictable and economical fun. You receive a deep commitment to your fun and developing expertise. If you have previously tried dancing and quit in frustration,…

Questers Corner

  Harriet Shemer The Catalina Timewalkers chapter of Questers welcomed February with a Chinese New Year program. The presenters were hostess Linda Holtz, co-hosts Beatrice Castillo and Roberta Williams. Roberta, who had lived and traveled in Asia extensively, began the program. Roberta shared the history of the king, calling all animals to his palace. Along…

California Club host Poker Run party

  Deena Ream-Robinson Poker with a “twist” was the theme of the latest California Club event held March 3. Attendees drove to four different homes to pick up their playing cards for five-card poker. The fifth card was waiting at the Clubhouse when they checked in. Geri Green outdid herself with poker-themed décor. After enjoying…