Category: July 2018

Student saves a life at Rotary charity event

Stephen Argentati San Manuel High School student Hunter Richardson was recently awarded the Service Above Self Certificate for his use of the Heimlich maneuver to save the life of a volunteer during the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club’s annual Fore For Kids Charity Golf Tournament. The award is named for the motto of Rotary, “Service Above Self.”…

Memorial Day Softball Tournament – A day of remembrance

Mark Hojnacki SaddleBrooke Senior Softball paid tribute to one of its brightest stars on Memorial Day 2018. Richie Adams passed away last September and our entire softball community lost a great friend and teammate. Richie’s wife, Ethel, was present for the tribute delivered by friend and past SSSA President Ed Cussick. We are all grateful…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Roots Genealogy Club

  Pegg Ridolfo The hot summer months are upon us and many of you have escaped to cooler climates or extended vacations. Some of our members indicated that they would be gone but didn’t want to miss out on any of the presentations and/or opportunities to learn and discover new avenues in research and explanations…

Help our local veterans in need

  Ed Davis The award winning American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 is sponsoring its annual charity golf tournament August 25 at The Views in Sun City. One hundred percent of the proceeds are to provide care and assistance to local homeless and at risk veterans and to the families of the deployed soldiers of…

Partners Western Dance Activities – summer 2018

Jane Gromelski, Partners Western Dance Club President Partners Western Dance Club will continue dancing in the summer months in the MountainView Ballroom on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. The practices will start in May and run through September. These are not classes but informal practices. Harry and Dottie Adams have volunteered to provide music and will…

STEM Education and Robotics

Doug May On May 24, SaddleBrooke resident Dr. Robert Springer presented a program about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education at the middle school level to the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke. Robert received his PhD degree from the University of California at San Diego. His area of expertise is Visual Psychophysics – the relationship…

Women On Our Own – staying busy and enjoying life

  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 many good restaurants. Potlucks: On the fourth Saturday of the month, we gather at a…

Gift Card Challenge

  Carol Smith Gathering Hearts will be collecting back to school gift cards for Youth On Their Own on August 17 at the Bistro from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Gift cards of $10 or $25 from Target, Walmart, Safeway or Fry’s will be collected for preparation of going back to school. Every fall can be a difficult…

SBR Democratic Club

  Kim Schweitzer The SaddleBrooke Ranch Democratic Club was formed in 2017. We have nearly 100 members and continue to grow. Since many of us are new to Arizona, our goal is to educate our club members about our local politics and politicians. We have had wonderful speakers address our group, such as: Mayor of…