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SBR Piecemakers Community Outreach Quilts

Lorraine Smith The Ranch Piecemakers adopted La Casa de Paz as the beneficiary for its community outreach project during 2019. During the year, Piecemaker members stitched together over 28 quilts which were donated to this women’s domestic violence shelter in Pinal County. In addition, CJ Kerley spearheaded a Holiday Clothing Drive and drove over to…

DesertFest Returns to SaddleBrooke Ranch March 7

Murphy Kulasa Don’t miss all the fun! On Saturday, March 7, 2020, DesertFest returns to SaddleBrooke Ranch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and it will be bigger and better! With a very exciting lineup of activities scheduled for this event, you won’t want to miss a moment! Celebrating SaddleBrooke Ranch and the Ranch House…

“The Outsider” is Coming to SaddleBrooke Ranch on March 18

Tim Morsani The Community Circle Players is bringing its latest dinner-theater production, The Outsider, to SaddleBrooke Ranch for a one-night performance on Wednesday, March 18. The political satire by Paul Slade Smith, presented by arrangement with Playscripts, Inc., deals with the trials and tribulations of an unknown career government official reluctantly thrust into the political…

Senior Softball Another Option for SBR Residents

Ranch senior softball players (from left): Charlie Scott, Jef Farland, Terry Hurley, David St. Jules, Mary Schneck, Charles Hendryx, Barb St. Jules; Not pictured: Steve Schneck, John Shaughnessy, Terry Mihora, Janice Mihora, Jeff Stolze, Hugh Parker, and Rick Hanson; photo by Dennis Purcell

Terry Hurley There’s lots to do at SaddleBrooke Ranch, but one activity many residents may not be aware of is softball; probably because the games are played at SaddleBrooke. SaddleBrooke Senior Softball is open to Ranch residents. This past fall season saw 11 men and three women play on the state-of-the-art field complete with dugouts, electronic…

Ranch Texans share a bite, a beer, and a sunset

Janelle Authur Twenty-one members of the SaddleBrooke Ranch Texas Club and guests donned their jeans and boots to share “a bite, a beer, and a sunset” on Oct. 13, at the Ore House Hilltop Tavern in Oracle. The Texas flag and western music welcomed members to the outdoor patio as they arrived. The group spent the…

SaddleBrooke Ranch ARTwalk – Saturday, November 9

Linda Shannon-Hills Please join us for the seventh annual SaddleBrooke Ranch ARTwalk on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. TheARTwalk is an open-studio tour that introduces SaddleBrooke Ranch residents to the talented artists that live within our community. The event invites SaddleBrooke Ranch residents to stroll or cart or drive to the various artists’ studios or…

First Tee of Tucson and SBCO big winners at Golfer Appreciation Day

Janice Neal Robson Resort Communities sponsored the SaddleBrooke Ranch third annual Golfer Appreciation Day on Sept. 15. The Golfer Appreciation Day benefitted SaddleBrooke Community Outreach and The First Tee of Tucson. $4,700 was collected, and $2,350 was donated in a presentation each to SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) President Steve Groth and Paul Knott of The First Tee of…

Ranch Piecemakers quilt raffle tickets on sale

Cheryl Murray Do you feel lucky? You don’t need a lucky charm or a four-leaf clover; you just need to buy a raffle ticket (or two, or ten, or twenty) to have a chance of winning this year’s Ranch Piecemakers raffle quilt. It is breathtakingly beautiful, and it could be yours. This quilt embodies everything…

SBRWGA hosts biggest ever sixth annual Sadie Hawkins Tournament, sponsored by Melissa Hawkins and Farmers Insurance

Jeanne Osterlund SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association hosted its sixth annual Sadie Hawkins tournament on Sept. 10, with a record number of 84 participants—40% more than last year. I think we can call this a gol-dern, knee slapping, successful event! Our mystery announcer gave us directions for the game with his authentic (and hysterical) hillbilly…