Giving Thanks

The Young Adult Volunteers have Arrived!

National Park Club Day Trip to Tumacacori Festival!

2019 Solheim Cup Tournament at SaddleBrooke Ranch

Pickleball Club Players Shine at Margaritaville

Giving Thanks

Hosts Jan Storey and Jon Swanson, ready to bring more pans of homemade lasagna to the buffet; photo by Camille Esterman v Camille Esterman The invitation from Jan Storey and…

The Young Adult Volunteers have Arrived!

Emma, Haley, Katie, and Laura at MSPC share their experiences with congregants. Nan Nasser Six young women arrived in Tucson to begin a year as a young adult volunteer in…

Pickleball Club Players Shine at Margaritaville

Beth Chamberlin In November, more than 2,000 pickleball players travelled to Indian Wells, CA to complete in the Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships. This is pickleball’s premier event with more than 4,000…

Senior Softball Another Option for SBR Residents

Ranch senior softball players (from left): Charlie Scott, Jef Farland, Terry Hurley, David St. Jules, Mary Schneck, Charles Hendryx, Barb St. Jules; Not pictured: Steve Schneck, John Shaughnessy, Terry Mihora, Janice Mihora, Jeff Stolze, Hugh Parker, and Rick Hanson; photo by Dennis Purcell

Terry Hurley There’s lots to do at SaddleBrooke Ranch, but one activity many residents may not be aware of is softball; probably because the games are played at SaddleBrooke. SaddleBrooke Senior Softball is open to Ranch residents. This past fall season saw 11 men and three women play on the state-of-the-art field complete with dugouts, electronic…

November Coyote Queen

CJ Kerley On Nov. 19, the SaddleBrooke Ranch women golfers competed in the final “Coyote Queen” tournament for the year. This competition is held every other month, and golfers can only win once within the year. The winner for November was Joyce DeYoung with a score of 44. Congratulations to Joyce for a great round of…

The Seventh Annual ARTwalk, Another Great Success

Linda Shannon-Hills This year, we had 25 homes with 40 artists showing their work. Even with adding an extra hour, it was a challenge for residents and their guests to visit all the homes. Unlike typical arts and craft shows, the SaddleBrooke Ranch ARTwalk provides artists an opportunity to show and for some to sell their…

Shalom Club Has Big Plans

Members of The Shalom Club visit Nogales on a tour sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Southern Tucson; photo by Larry Schweitzer.

Kim Schweitzer and Arlene Wong The Shalom Club is dedicated to the enrichment of Jewish life for SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. Our goal is to create a warm and welcoming environment that builds life-long relationships, celebrates together, and supports each other in times of need. A group of Shalom Club members met on Nov. 19, to…

Round-up—Holiday Cart Parade

Linda Shannon-Hills The weekend fanfare began on Dec. 13 with the SaddleBrooke Ranch Holiday Parade leaving the new Ranch House with five electric carts and two bicycle entries decorated for the holidays   At 2 p.m., the procession left the Creative Arts and Technology Center and went around Amenity Drive. As always, we had many clever…