Ranchers brighten the holidays

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Horseback riders enjoy a new trail at Tucson Mountain Stable

Putters welcome later start

SBR Shalom Club celebrates the Festival of Lights

Ranchers brighten the holidays

Marlene Diskin and Kim Schweitzer We are proud to report that for the 10th year, generous Ranchers have supported the “Adopt-a-Family” program that brightens the holidays of many of our…

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Louise Grabell, Pinal County Master Gardener Outdoor gardening is over. Rest for the weary is not a bad thing. However, it is time to spruce up your home for the…

Putters welcome later start

Camille Esterman Putting time on the SBR green was pushed back one hour beginning in November. Ranchette Putters welcomed this change, hoping that the sun would help take the chill…

Scrambling for bragging rights

Bob Authur Twenty Unit 8A men participated in the unit’s second golf tournament on Wednesday, December 5 at the SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Course. The 18-hole Rick Dahlin Memorial Golf Tournament was in memory of good friend and Unit 8A neighbor, Rick Dahlin, who was instrumental in starting the first tournament in April 2108. Stan Doepke,…

SBCO meeting to feature robotics program

Plan to attend the SBCO general meeting on Monday, January 14 at 3:00 p.m. in the MountainView Ballroom. At that meeting, in addition to learning about SBCO’s upcoming events and activities, teacher Lauren Marlatt will describe the robotics classes offered at the Coronado K-8 School in Catalina. For several years Lauren has led an elective…

Putters attend fiesta at Quail Creek

Camille Esterman On a cloudy, cold blustery morning in November, 44 Ranchette Putters boarded a bus and traveled south for the Quail Creek Fiesta Invitational. When we arrived the sun was shining, the winds had died down and 54 putters from QC created a gauntlet of raised clubs for us to walk under. What a…

Ranch Players debut performance receives rave reviews

Leslie Gordon The Ranch Players presented their premiere performance Sherlock Holmes and Murder in the Casbah under the direction of Josephine Zara. The two shows in November were SRO (standing room only) for audiences of nearly 100 people each evening. The Ranch Players is a new club offering chamber theater performances. This comprises a small group…

SBR Armchair Travel Club: The first year a huge success

Carol Fielding The first year of the SBR Armchair Travel Club kicked off in January 2018 with almost 100 SBR residents attending a presentation by Mark and Arlene Wong on their Safari to Tanzania and travels to northern Italy. The year ended in December when Kurt and Vicki Warning took us to the Amalfi Coast…