Sheron Jones to visit the Ranch

CCSB understands about children

SBCO elects new board of directors for 2017-2018

Cinco de Mayo Social and Tennis Challenge was full of fun and friendship

Sheron Jones to visit the Ranch

Kay, Sheron and Linda; photo by Steve Weiss Sheron Jones; photo by Steve Weiss Kay Lantow and Linda Nicholson The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club has invited Sheron Jones to speak…

CCSB understands about children

Left to right: Terri and Pastor Steve Wilson, Kathy and Bill Doran Kathy Doran Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) donated 266 Easter bags for distribution at the Tri-Community Food Bank…

SBCO elects new board of directors for 2017-2018

Left to right, back row: Elise Grimes, Steve Groth, Larry Richter; middle row: Vivian Errico, Marcia Van Ommeran, Sandy Miller, Melanie Stout, Karen Green; front row: Joan Roberts, Ann Coziahr,…

Fun and games at Pickleball Club Festival

Linda Shannon-Hills The pickleball courts were a buzzin’ with temperatures in the 70s, light breezes and 86 club members playing for medals during the fourth annual SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball Club Festival held April 19-22, 2017. The festival included 29 teams of Mixed Doubles, 15 teams of Women’s Doubles and 19 teams of Men’s Doubles in…

Construction making progress on new Clubhouse and Creative Arts Center

Sherry Jackson,  RCI Corporate Communications Construction continues on the new $15 million clubhouse and restaurant at SaddleBrooke Ranch with most of the exterior framing complete and drywall beginning to take shape. The new clubhouse facility will feature a sophisticated yet casual elegance with popular amenities including a ballroom and auditorium with stage, a full-service grille…

Ranchette Putters announce April winners

Left to right: Monica Gustafson, Terry Pendy, Alyce Grover, Linda Thomson, Janice Neal and Debbie Shelton

Linda Nicholson SaddleBrooke Ranch Ranchette Putters announces its winners for the month of April. The Easter Bunny was not able to hide the holes-in-one from these lady putters. Finding the cup in one stroke these ladies racked up a total of 48 holes-in-one in the month of April. Monica Gustafson with 6; Terry Pendy with…

Could Brain Aging be changed? A new trick for old dogs

Spring line dancing in the Hacienda is popular with these Level 2 dancers. The temps are always mild inside until the dancing heats us up. The summer is almost here, and newcomers will find that June is usually our hottest month.

Dr. Mark Magdanz “We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” Albert Einstein “Use It or Lose It: Dancing Makes You Smarter, Longer.” Richard Powers Stanford University You may not have…

Third annual Garden Tour a success

Gardener volunteers, front row: Cynthia Walker, Phyllis Reblin, Jane Washburn; back row: Peter Bratz, Russ Lovell, Jim and Linda Reichard, Bob Washburn, Jeanné and Dave Hunter; photo by Carol Andrews

Kay Lantow After several days of increasingly warming temperatures and high winds, SaddleBrooke Ranch residents were greeted with sunshine and gentle breezes as they toured our seven gardens for three hours on Saturday morning, April 29. Each garden provided unique insights about design, hardscape, outdoor amenities and the influences of climate, soil and water when…

SBRWGA Club Championship

Champion, left to right: Mike Jahaske, Ken Steinke, SBRWGA Champion Jean Chesek, SBRWGA President Joyce DeYoung

Janice Mihora The 2017 SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association Club Championship was held April 11 and 18. Thank you to everyone who participated in this two-day, low gross event. SBRWGA had a record number of 22 participants in the championship flights, and several follow the field participants, too! Congratulations to Jean Cheszek for earning her…