Meet Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb March 14th

Rancheros kick off the new year in style with an ice cream social

Valentines for papercrafting

SBR residents attend American Hockey League game in Tucson

Meet Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb March 14th

Sheriff Mark Lamb Stephen Argentati and Sheila Tuhy The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office works tirelessly to ensure public safety under the guidance of Sheriff Mark Lamb. Sheriff Lamb has strong…

Valentines for papercrafting

Papercrafters had a class on how to make these pretty, fancy valentine cards. The class was taught by Chris Nunamaker and 17 people attended. All the cards turned out great…

Saddle up for fun in the fall

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Riding Group has its fall schedule ready for fun in the great outdoors. The first ride will be at nearby Pusch Ridge Stables in Catalina on Saturday morning, September 26. This ride winds through the Catalina State Park and gives a great view of the mountains. Riders often see rabbits, ground squirrels…

SaddleBrooke Ranch 8-ball open schedule for September 12

Join the Ranch Billiards Club at the SaddleBrooke Ranch 8-ball Open on September 12, 2015. This event is supported by Hardin Brothers Automotive in Catalina and SaddleBrooke HOA 2 Bistro. What: 8-Ball Tournament, $5 entry fee, BCA Rules. Play on two tables, single game, double elimination. Twenty-two spots available. First 22 to pay the $5 entry…

Latest News Fom New Home Sales

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Sales Team We had amazing sales in July with a promising outlook for August and September. Thank you to all of our SaddleBrooke Ranch residents for truly making our community so popular. According to recent surveys from potential homebuyers, the people—you—are responsible for so many of the positive comments we receive. Just…

Community Church provides Habitat with tool kits

Front row: Sandy Simester, Cathy Scott, Nancy Rude, Dick Kroese, Sharon Williams and Sandy Hines; back row: Keith Gordon, Steve Willis, Shannon Schudda and Steve Wilson

Connie Saiz The Community Church of SaddleBrooke has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Tucson since 2003 by donating their time and talent to help qualified local families become homeowners. Since 2007 the congregation’s Mission Committee has provided a basic tool kit for every new Habitat homeowner. This year we provided 20 tool kits because that…

SBCO partners with Wheels For Kids in Oro Valley

Bicycles refurbished by Wheels For Kids

Melanie Stout SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) has again partnered with Wheels For Kids, a nonprofit organization operating out of Oro Valley, to provide refurbished bikes to needy children in our service area. Wheels For Kids operates exclusively with volunteers who love to fix up bikes and make people happy. Please check out their website http://www.azwfk.org/.…

SaddleBrooke Health and Wellness presents Health Night Out August 24: “Can You Hear Me Now?”

Left to right: Drs. Thomas Kang, Amanda Kester and Jonathan Lara

Don Jensen On Monday, August 24, the Health Night Out team will welcome Drs. Thomas Kang, Amanda Kester and Jonathan Lara of Sonoran Ear, Nose and Throat to SaddleBrooke. Sonoran ENT is Tucson’s newest Otolaryngology (ENT) practice. They offer the full range of diagnostics and medical/surgical treatment options in Otolaryngology. Surgeries, when necessary, are performed…