Thursday Talks: February 21 “Speaking of Ravens”

SBRTTA tournament highlights

2018 Adopt-A-Family Program a great success

Unit 4B scores a holiday trifecta

The Ranch House Sol Ballroom hosts the spirit of the holidays

SBRTTA tournament highlights

SaddleBrooke Ranch Table Tennis Club (SBRTTA) participated in their first inter community table tennis tournament against the club from SaddleBrooke on January 10, 2019. Members participated in both singles and…

2018 Adopt-A-Family Program a great success

Hard-working volunteers taking a photo break from loading the groceries for delivery to Mountain Vista School. Marlene Diskin Kudos to our Ranch residents who made our 2018 Adopt-A-Family Program a…

Unit 4B scores a holiday trifecta

Camille Esterman Residents of 4B arrived at our caroling party carrying trays of appetizers and desserts. Beverages including hot cider and eggnog with real whipped cream were offered by our…

We’re “Carolers” but don’t ask us to sing

Clockwise bottom left: Carol Lawrence, Carol Sorensen, Carolyn Blake, Carol Kramer, Carol Fielding and Carol Andrews. Missing from the picture are Carole Ericksen and Carol Smith. undefined

Carol Fielding On Tuesday, November 18, a group of ladies met at the Bistro for the first meet/greet of the “Carolers” of SaddleBrooke Ranch. No, we’re not singers…but all have the first name of Carol, although with different spellings (Carol, Carole, Carolyn). There are eight Carolers that we know of in the community, six of…

Oracle School District – January 2015

Big changes for Oracle School District Dennis Blauser Oracle School District Superintendent The Oracle School District is very excited about several key projects designed to provide a higher quality, more positive learning environment for its students. The Oracle School District administration and Governing Board has worked hard to maximize its limited financial resources. Through careful…

Upcoming Precept Bible Study at SaddleBrooke Ranch

Judy Smith Everyone’s lives contain those moments when happiness and contentment disappear only to be replaced by fear, uncertainty and deflated spirits. “How to Have Joy” is a Precept study on the book of Philippians that teaches us how to have joy in spite of the inevitable difficult circumstances in our lives. Precept Ministries is…

Eagles tribute band plays to a sold out crowd

One of These Nights performs to a sold out crowd. undefined

Steve Weiss On Friday evening, November 14, the group “One of These Nights” performed an Eagles tribute concert to a sold-out crowd in the activities tent of La Hacienda Club. The band seemed to resonate with the crowd. After the fourth song people in the audience began dancing in the aisles. Members of the band…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings – January 2015

Left to right: Pat Schlote, Merna Oakley, Joan Roberts, Anne Everett, Rich Roberts, Chris and Dan Garand, Steve Groth and Marv Richter. Photo taken by Nan Nasser. undefined

Thanksgiving Food Baskets Nan Nasser Members of SaddleBrooke Community Outreach sorted and filled 36 baskets with Thanksgiving food for families in Oracle. Everyone received a turkey with trimmings, 10 lbs. of potatoes, canned vegetables, rolls, pie and Cool Whip! Sixteen baskets went to families of children at Mountain Vista Elementary School and 20 went to…

Spice up your yard with easy herbs and edible plants

Join the crowd at The Gardeners Exchange on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at 1:00 p.m. in the La Hacienda Club at SaddleBrooke Ranch for an exciting introduction to vegetable and herb gardening in the desert. Arizona Daily Star blogger Susan Billings (“All Things Green”) will present a talk destined to get you ready to garden in…