Category: February 2018

Taliesin West and Museum of the West

Join Arizona Pathfinders on a tour to Phoenix, AZ to visit Taliesin West and the Museum of the West on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Here, on the outskirts of Scottsdale, Frank Lloyd Wright built his winter compound, Taliesin West, which today ranks among the region’s most fascinating attractions. He designed the buildings with an organic…

To SaddleBrooke Ranch residents

Cynthia Chevalley, Chairperson The Board of Directors of the Tri-Community Food Bank and I would like to express our extreme gratitude for your support over the holiday period. Donated non-perishable foods and generous funding help us to provide 250 holiday meals and all the fixings at Thanksgiving and Christmas time to our client families. We…

Elks Lodge offers scholarships

Pat Cox Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge #2815 is currently accepting applications for its student scholarship program. Scholarships are valued at a minimum of $500. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2018. Applicants must be United States citizens whose primary residence, or the primary residence of their parents or grandparents, is in the greater metropolitan…

From The New Home Sales Team

The SaddleBrooke Ranch sales team is looking forward to a fantastic 2018. This year is going to be full of new and exciting ways for residents and future residents to live life inspired. Visit www.Robson.com to view available designer homes, lot maps and the latest SaddleBrooke Ranch news. We are currently in the process of…

Volunteers needed

Lisa Jenk Donor Ambassadors are the face of the American Red Cross to the blood donor. They warmly welcome the donors and guide them through the donation registration process by providing instruction, reading material and excellent customer service. These volunteers have the opportunity to positively impact the donor’s experience with their caring attitude and professional…

Gardener’s Exchange

Linda Vautrin-Hale The Gardeners Exchange in conjunction with the SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners welcomes you to attend “Pruning: Science and Art” with Pima County Master Gardeners on Wednesday, February 21 at 1:00 p.m. at La Hacienda Club. Learn how to prune confidently and correctly. Pruning not only makes your trees and shrubs look better, but…

Women On Our Own (WOOO)

Liz Boyd WOOO is for single women living in SaddleBrooke and the Ranch who want to stay busy and enjoy life. Our activities include: Dining Out: We go out for dinner on the third Wednesday of each month and enjoy Tucson’s restaurants. In January, it was the Outback Steakhouse. Potlucks: On the fourth Saturday of the month,…

We all have stories worth telling

Jan Larkey At our ages, everybody living in SBR has interesting stories to tell: the lessons life has taught you, career ups and downs, turning points that sent you in a different direction, your love story and your family’s history. If getting started is a challenge, join the Writing for Fun and Family group of…

Ranch Roots meet author

Pegg Ridolfo On Monday, February 26, 2018, our genealogy group will have the pleasure of hearing from someone who has done what we all aspire to do, written a book on the history of her family. Mary Lou Forier will show and tell us how she researched the history of a branch of her family,…

Mafioso Murders cast and production

Andrea Molberg Getting curious about Community Circle Players’ live mystery dinner production this April? Mafioso Murders performers will be moving among the diners dropping clues during CCP’s latest “whodunit.” Big audiences are expected given that almost 900 attended CCP’s dinner mystery last year. Tickets for Mafioso Murders, which include both the performance and an Italian…