Category: March 2017

Gardeners Exchange

Learning about echinopsis The Gardeners Exchange of SaddleBrooke Ranch welcomes Jan Shrader to speak on “Echinopsis” on Wednesday, March 15, at 1:00 p.m. at La Hacienda Club. Echinopsis is a cold-hardy cactus from South America with an extraordinary trumpet flower, perfect for growing in the micro-climates of SaddleBrooke and SaddelBrooke Ranch. For years horticulturalists have…

SBRLGA thanks Coyote Golf

Colleen Carey SaddleBrooke Ranch Ladies Golf League thanks our premier sponsor, Coyote Golf Carts. Special thanks to Coyote Golf Carts for stepping up and supporting the SBRWGA. They offer exemplary customer service and offer one of the most extensive lines of new and pre-owned golf carts. They sell EZGO, Yamaha and Garcia. Coyote Golf Carts…

Ranch Roots does DNA

Carol Andrews On Monday, March 27, the Ranch Roots Genealogy group will meet at 1:00 p.m. in the La Mesa Room. In February we held a DNA workshop, and we’ll continue the workshop this month. Each person who has had their DNA analyzed should bring any printouts they have and the online access codes. We’ll…

SaddleBrooke Artisans Arts and Crafts Fair

Eve Fly Save the date Saturday, March 11, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. MountainView Clubhouse. The SB Artisan Arts and Crafts Fair has over 100 artists, and our attendance is over 1,000 visitors from all over the Tucson area. What makes this show different and well attended is that we have so many different artistic…

Spring Bible Study – springing forward – or sliding into home?

Pat Huska, teacher

Terry Barringer So ladies of the SaddleBrooke communities, how is your fourth quarter living going? Have you recently taken stock of your spiritual progress? Are you maximizing your spiritual gifts? Do you need an “attitude change” to put wrong things right again? Have you considered those things that can never be reclaimed: spoken words, lost…

CCSB scores again

Left to right: Brooke McIntyre for the Dallas Cowboys, former NFL referee Pastor Steve Wilson and Carol Thompson for MN Viking country

Carol Thompson For the 2nd year in a row, The Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) donated soup to the Tri-Community Food Bank on its “Souper Bowl Sunday” February 5th. CCSB members, family & friends donated 1,450 pounds of soup, exceeding expectations and donations from last year by 500 pounds! Community Church at SaddleBrooke meets every…