Category: October 2018

SaddleBrooke Mother/Daughter group special luncheon

  Kathy Majer The SaddleBrooke Mother/Daughter group has been dining around town on the third Tuesday of each month for many years. Our goal is to give the moms and daughters some socialization and networking time. Once a year we are treated to a beautiful complementary luncheon at Fairwinds at Desert Point, an independent and…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Our sweet social Snowflake Linda Gorman, Editor of PetWise My name is Snowflake. I am part Pomeranian, Yorki and Shitzu. I weigh all of 9 lbs 3 oz with big brown eyes. My coat is mostly white with coffee tan accents. I am happy, lovable and gregarious. When I was a wee pup I remember…

The Desert Heat Pick Your Partner Open

Tom Graham The SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club in conjunction with the Women’s Golf Association and the Men’s Golf Association held its first community wide special event. Forty-eight two-person teams were placed in four flights for a Ryder Cup style event over two days in August. Each nine holes challenged the teams to a new game.…

Mini-lectures at Tennis Pavilion

Mini-lectures have become a favorite activity at the Health Fair. These three presenters will speak at the Tennis Pavilion. Shuttles will make a special stop near the pavilion. Dr. Mohammed Dardari SaddleBrooke, 9:30 a.m. Dr. Dardari recently joined the Northwest Allied physicians’ team at SaddleBrooke. His education is a perfect fit for our community. He completed…

Community Church of SaddleBrooke Men’s Empowerment Breakfast

  James R. Jensen You are invited to the Community Church at SaddleBrooke’s (CCSB) Men’s Empowerment Breakfast to be held Wednesday, November 7 at the SaddleBrooke TWO MountainView Ballroom. Doors open at 8:00 a.m.; serving breakfast at 8:30 a.m. The event is open to all men. Lt Col Voorhees retired from the United States Air…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club October luncheon

Donna P. Nelson We are so excited to be having our October 8 luncheon in the Ranch House. As this is the inaugural luncheon, we are limiting it to current enrolled members that month only. Our program will be inspiring; you may have seen signs and bumpers stickers with the motto “Be Kind.” Please join…

Asteroid Ahoy!

  OSIRIS-REx is NASA’s first mission to collect a sample from an asteroid and return it to Earth for study and it’s being led by the University of Arizona, right here in Tucson. Join Unit 32 on November 26 for a presentation and Q and A with the Mission’s Deputy Communication Lead, Christine Hoekenga, to…

CCP Stage Play vs Dinner Theatre – which is more desirable?

  Shawne Cryderman Community Circle Players (CCP) was founded in SaddleBrooke after ten successful years of stage play productions by Susan and Steve Shear’s PrimeTime Players. CCP’s co-founders Susan Sterling and Shawne Cryderman stepped out on the proverbial theatrical limb in 2017 and tested the waters of the SaddleBrooke audience by staging a dinner theatre.…

CCSB and upcoming scholarship awards

  Carol Thompson The continued support for the Robert Fries Scholarship Program is a priority for Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB). This will be the fifth year of participation for CCSB who has been given the responsibility to administer the Robert Fries Scholarship Program. It is funded by a gift from the Fries Family Trust…

Quilting Bees and so much more

We’re in! The wait is over. The Ranch Piecemakers are up and running in the Needs Arts Room. We already have a number of members trained on the long-arm machine, which means the stack of pieced quilts destined for the Tucson Veterans Home are getting their finishing touches. Classes are being held for beginning quilters…