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Tennis anyone? How do I get started

Wes Hurst Whether you are an experienced player or completely new to the sport, the SBRTA (SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Association) has a process for you to get started. Both new and experienced players should go to www.saddlebrookeranch.org/tennis and checkout the information on the site. If you know you want to become a member, just click…

Exciting cookbook project underway

Leslie Gordon Bringing recipes from home to share with new friends helps us Ranchers both stay connected to our roots and explore each other’s cultures through food. Brought to you by the SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club, Yum!, the new cookbook, will also raise funds for Outreach. We encourage each Rancher, including our men, our vegetarians…

Construction progressing on Clubhouse and Creative Arts Center

Sherry Jackson, RCI Communications Development continues to progress on the new Ranch House Clubhouse and Creative Arts Center at SaddleBrooke Ranch. Construction is expected to be completed in mid-May on the 40,000 square-foot under roof clubhouse and restaurant. Currently, the beams have been installed, interior and exterior painting has been completed with flooring installation next.…

SBRWGA Queens of Swing

  Janice Mihora SaddleBrooke Ranch Womens Golf Association held its first Queens of Swing tournament on Tuesday, November 14. The year-long event concluded with the final tournament to award one low gross and one low net winner for the year. Twenty-two members competed for the title of “Queen of Swing.” Congratulations to low gross winner…

Ranch resident in concert February 19

  Bruce Carlson SaddleBrooke Ranch resident Bruce Carlson will be doing a concert at Catalina State Park Saturday, February 17, at 3:00 p.m. You’ve probably seen Bruce limping around the pool area in a white cowboy hat as he is recovering from a broken femur. The music genre he writes and sings is Folk/Americana. His…

Happy New Year! What can Line Dancing do for you in 2018?

Dr. Mark Magdanz Why line dance after the seasonal celebrations fade? The lessons provided at SaddleBrooke Ranch promote the maintenance and improvement of your mental and physical health. How can this activity do it? Just to review a few ways: (1) Memory and Learning: choreographed movements require some memorization, concentration, reading skills. Learning new skills…

Tennis Festival: An Australian Experience

Terry and Anita Zimmerman G’day mates! Decorated in the Aussie (Australian) format, the annual Steiness Tennis Festival at SaddleBrooke Ranch was held on October 20 and 21. The event consisted of two days of tennis matches in men’s and women’s doubles, mixed doubles and three singles matches for a few energetic players. There was a…

The Ranch revs up for the holidays

Linda Shannon-Hills Neighbors at SaddleBrooke Ranch, dig out your holiday decorations for the Holiday Cart Parade on Friday, December 15, starting at 2:00 p.m. from La Hacienda Clubhouse. Last year was so much fun, but this year will be even better. Some of the ideas from last year might inspire your creativity to make that…

Holiday Golf Cart Parade

The 
Gormans, winners 
of the 2016 parade

Linda Shannon-Hills SBR is having the annual Holiday Cart Parade on Friday, December 15, at 2:00 p.m. Start thinking about how you will decorate your electric carts for the parade. Prizes will be awarded for the top three winners. More details to come in the December Roundup.

Putting for a good cause

Linda Nicholson On September 13 the Ranchette Putters gathered on the SaddleBrooke Ranch putting green as usual. But on this day the lady putters were putting for a good cause. In August club president Nancy Galant proposed the club’s next charity effort be on behalf of Sister Jose Women’s Center. The idea was warmly received…