Putters conquer the Dog Days of Summer

Christmas Service Cantata at CCSB

Spring tour of Palm Springs and Death Valley announced

What is Day of the Dead?

Rewarded after receiving professional advice

Putters conquer the Dog Days of Summer

Camille Esterman Heat and humidity greeted the Ranchette Putters as they arrived each Wednesday morning in July. Although conditions were sticky, cool heads prevailed and many ladies were very successful…

Christmas Service Cantata at CCSB

Carol Thompson The Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) choir will be preforming a first time ever Christmas Cantata at the December 9 service. We invite everyone to come and join…

What is Day of the Dead?

Linda Shannon-Hills Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a celebration of life and death. While the holiday originated in Mexico, it is celebrated all over Latin…

Rewarded after receiving professional advice

Camille Esterman Golf club pros Mike Jahaske and Ken Steinke flank several award-winning putters: Mary Schlachter, Sandy Bickelhaupt, CJ Kerley and Karen Ransom. Forty-six members of the club teamed up…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Birthday Club luncheon

Birthday Club members who celebrated their birthdays at the luncheon, left to right: Deena Ream-Robinson, Anne Terrell, Sue Wells, Mary Spyros, Jeanne Biancini, Linda Thompson, Linda Whittington and Lee Rinke.

Jan Larkey The Birthday Club is a wonderful way to see our friends, welcome newcomers and enjoy a variety of programs. We are called the SaddleBrooke Ranch Birthday Club because members who have birthdays within the month of the luncheon are gifted with a complementary lunch. In the month of August we celebrated eight birthdays…

Southern Arizona Guide

Linda Shannon-Hills “Southern Arizona’s Best Hidden Treasures” presented by Jim Gressinger from Southern Arizona Guide kicked off our July Thursday Talks at SaddleBrooke Ranch. As the Ranch grows the new residents come with a thirst for knowledge about their new home in the Sonoran Desert. Jim presented the new and seasoned residents some wonderful ideas…

Fall festivities are coming to the Ranch!

Doug and Betty Pearce enjoying the horseback ride at last year’s Chuck Wagon dinner ride at Tanque Verde Ranch.

Dianne Johns Fall is just around the corner. SBR residents will be returning from vacations, and snowbirds will start trickling in. Keeping with their tradition, the Ranch will continue to offer fall festivities to its residents. On Labor Day the Bistro will offer a hamburger and hot dog lunch. The lunch will be offered between…

Attention SaddleBrooke Ranch – Silver Alert!

Left to right: John McCallum, Bob Johns, Bob Christiansen, Rick Ludeman and Mike Hart

Has anyone seen these guys? Better yet, does anyone even know who these guys are? Five neighborly residents of the Ranch decided they were going to bike together Tuesday morning. A couple are very experienced and a few are very inexperienced! They loaded up on their safety gear: helmets, bike shorts, sunglasses, sunblock, water, etc.…

The Health Fair is fast approaching

U of A Pharmacy student testing a SaddleBrooke resident at the Health Fair.

Phyllis Ketring The time for the annual SaddleBrooke Health Fair is approaching on Saturday, October 17, 9:00 a.m. to noon at the HOA One clubhouse. Parking will be at the MountainView parking lot with two luxury coaches shuttling fairgoers continuously between MountainView and HOA One. Shuttles will operate until 1:30 p.m. to allow people time…

Outside the Box?

Standing with back to camera, Ross Messer; left to right, front row: Lynn Fidler, Mary Lou Glazer, Linda Whittington, Kim Pearce-Bull, Phil Barish and Roberta Bowers; back row: Raeone Gilson, Beler Watts, Cheryl Watts, Gary Egrebetson, Tim McCauley, Carole Lawrence, Judy Verbeke and Keith Sturdivant, partly obscured

Keith Sturdivant Outside the Box? What the heck is that? I see it on the monthly meeting list, but…? These are just a few of the questions I get asked when I tell someone that tomorrow I’m going to Outside the Box, or I just got back from Outside the Box. Now I’m not one…