Remodeling projects featured in 2019 SBCO Home Tour

Horseback riders enjoy Oracle’s Triangle Y Stable

Wine and dine with the Colorado Club

Ranchers share their Texas pride

Remodeling projects featured in 2019 SBCO Home Tour

Mike and Sandy Gianotti expanded their home by eight feet to accommodate a larger kitchen area, with spectacular results. Nancy McCluskey-Moore The 2019 SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Home Tour proved…

Wine and dine with the Colorado Club

Tom Wingman and Kelly Reuter Main Course Colorado Club table 1 Tom Wingman and Kelly Reuter Main Course An outstanding evening was enjoyed by forty members of the Colorado Club.…

Ranchers share their Texas pride

Ranchers who were born in Texas or “got there as fast as they could” share their Texas pride at the Lone Star Roundup on March 21 at the Ranch House…

SBRPA holds World Cup Festival

Actually, the real winner of the World Cup Festival was the SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball Club community. With a new format that ensured inclusiveness, 211 games were refereed in the three days (March 28-30) of World Cup tournament play. One hundred one SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball members from all rankings participated; many playing in a pickleball tournament…

It’s a Mitzvah!

Kim Schweitzer Jewish families in need received a special Passover delivery the Sunday before the holiday. Residents of both SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch volunteered to deliver bags of Passover groceries to families in Tucson. This was a collaborative effort with members of SaddleBrooke Ranch Shalom Club and SaddleBrooke’s Jewish Friendship Club. Future projects are planned,…

How does Your Garden Grow?

Louise Grabell It’s hot and getting hotter. Don’t be one of those “complainers” I talk to so often. Complaints about winter being too cold or too wet. Now all I hear is it’s too hot. Stop complaining and remember why you moved to Shangri-la. As a gardener, I feel we are blessed with wonderful opportunities…

Arizona Red and Pink Hatters do it again

For the eighth straight year, The Red Hat Society’s Arizona chapters have just completed their annual State Convention. This year’s theme, “At The OK Corral”, was co-chaired by Queen Mom and Ambassador Judy Wolin of Chapeaux Rouge Chapter and Queen Mum and Ambassador Ann Crabtree of Desert Ya-Ya’s Chapter. This year’s venue was at the…