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SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Back to the Garden: Rain and Shine

Riders Look Forward to Mounting Up for the Fall

Riders Look Forward to Mounting Up for the Fall

Serve for the Cure Tennis Tournament

Sue Cook Sept. 30 through Oct. 2, SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Association is hosting Serve for the Cure Tennis Tournament. The purpose of Serve for the Cure is to promote early cancer detection and prevention. The players will be wearing pink and playing with pink balls. Stop by the festive courts and cheer on players who…

Fine Arts Guild Art and Wine Event

Karen Brungardt The SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild once again held their Art and Wine Event, with 40 happy painters, in July 2021! A sack supper was provided to each person along with wine and/or water to start the evening. All art supplies, sack supper, wine, and water were provided by our guild and Karen Brungardt…

Baby It Is Hot Out!

Debbie Witten The SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball players agree it is hot but that does not stop them from hitting the courts and playing for hours. The debate continues on what is the best way to keep hydrated. Ask four women and you will get four different opinions. Nancy Nix likes to drink Liquid I.V. The…

Oracle Schools Foundation

Benefit Concert to Raise Funds for Oracle Schools Foundation Alan Mollenkopf The SaddleBrooke Western Heritage Preservation Club is sponsoring a benefit concert to raise funds for the Oracle Schools Foundation (www.oracleschoolsfoundation.com). The concert is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m., and tickets are now on sale. The concert venue is the DesertView Performing…

Nature’s Way: Out of This World Birding

Jim Hoagland I have been fortunate to travel the world for birding to places such as the Peruvian Amazon, Costa Rica, Spain, Alaska, Peru, Galapagos, Africa, Europe, and Belize. In Belize. I saw my “spark bird,” the trogon, which started me on my path to becoming a full-time birder. We just returned from another trip…