Category: January 2019

SBRMGA membership notice

Tom Graham The Men’s Golf Association has continued growing both in membership and in the regular weekly and special event participation. The reasons are many and point to a value proposition. Yes, we may be removed from our careers but we still understand value. Clubs at the Ranch have membership fees. The SBRMGA membership cost…

SBR residents volunteer at Kids’ Closet

Camille Esterman Have you ever driven past the large red building on the west side of Route 77 in Mammoth and wondered what went on behind the doors? Here is a look into the happenings at Kids’ Closet, a SaddleBrooke Community Outreach program. 8:30 a.m.: Eager volunteers from SaddleBrooke Ranch and SaddleBrooke attend an orientation…

Love your heart with these foods

Nancy Teeter, RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist National Heart Month, February, is just a couple of weeks away. This month serves as a reminder that what we eat has a significant impact on systemic inflammation which in turn influences the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you have not already incorporated all eight tips listed below, consider…

The Rotary Club program for a happy, heathly new year

Barbara Barr Is better fitness on your list of New Year’s Resolutions? It’s on the list for many of us. On Thursday, January 3, area fitness experts will speak on “Fitness Fit For You” at the Agave Lounge of the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. The program will include the fitness tailored to your needs and options…

Bridge Q & A

Bring your questions! Barb Feeley Sullenger will help with: how to select an opening lead; how to respond to a preempt; local tournaments and places to play bridge; how to value a void, etc. We will meet in the La Montana Room at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, January 18; $15.

SBRMGA year end discussion

Tom Graham Revisiting the year with Sam Rossi and Richard Osterlund begins with what the year set out to be. Several months ago as we began you were excited and honored that the membership expressed confidence in you. Today aside from the fact that you have been unanimously re-elected I sense that there is a…

SBR artists tap Gail Kolanda for Drawing 101 and 102

The initial series of four classes will give anyone the initial guidelines to be able to draw and create a picture. The February series of four classes will expand on this ability. Drawing is essential to all artists. The pencil will be your best friend and help you portray onto paper your interpretation of a…

Spotlight On Advertiser: DSA Vacations

Helena Bushroe Even for the most intrepid travelers, Africa may feel like it’s still another world away, but the truth is that, in our ever-shrinking world, it is becoming easier to experience the continent that conjures images of brave explorers trekking through the bush in search of majestic, larger than life animals. Airlines are opening…

SBCO home tour set for April 7

Nancy McCluskey-Moore The SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) home tour will be held from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, 2019. This fundraising event helps SBCO support a wide range of programs benefiting youngsters in nearby communities. This year’s tour will once again focus on remodeled homes in SaddleBrooke. You’ll see extensive as well…

Arizona Pathfinders plan trip to the MIM – April 6

Bob Stuart Arizona Pathfinders, a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a one-day tour on Saturday, April 6, 2019, to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ. Join us for an interesting musical adventure. Travel is by luxury coach; all fees and gratuities are included. Embark on a musical journey. Spend…