Unit Happenings

Holiday Lights Golf Cart Tour

Shalom Club Celebrates Hanukkah Virtually

SBRWGA Announces New Board for 2021

2 Your Health: Deep Tissue Massage: Why Does Massage Hurt?

Heidi Overman, LMT #MT-24997 Communication is key to a successful massage! Deep tissue massage is often preferred when getting a massage. This type of massage can be very successful in breaking up adhesions, chronic muscular holding patterns, increasing range of motion, decreasing pain, and can break up “stuck” fascia. Deep tissue massage usually focuses on…

Promoting Literacy in the Copper Corridor

Maggie deBlock SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Cause Club members delivered books to the San Manuel/Mammoth Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade teachers’ library as well as books donated for other grade levels. The Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade books were purchased using matching grant money from Rotary District 5500. This story began when the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary…

Engaging and Enriching Virtual Programs for Older Adults

Jennifer Brauner The Center for Senior Enrichment (CSE), under the auspices of Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS), provides daily Zoom programming for all older adults throughout the Valley, exploring music, movement, history, art, and more during the month of February. New this month is a Latin Fusion dance class on Monday mornings, Feb. 1…

SBRWGA Announces New Board for 2021

SBRWGA 2021 Board (left to right): Carol Mihal, Cheryl Reddy, Joanne Oliver, Mindy Hawkins, Susan Pharr, Lorraine Smith, Trish Kelly, Alex Anna, Barb Simms, and Jeanne Osterlund (not pictured: Diane Taylor, Marci Whitehead, and Pam Horwitt)

Carol Mihal With an unusual and challenging 2020 behind us, the SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association (SBRWGA) is looking forward to the New Year with its newly-elected board to organize and lead the way to a wonderful year of golf and camaraderie. A large number of board members from 2020 decided to stay on for…

SBRWGA Awards Most Improved Player for 2020

SBRWGA President Jeanne Osterlund presents "Most Improved Player" award to Beth Chamberlin

Carol Mihal In late December 2020, the SBRWGA announced that Beth Chamberlin was the winner of the “Most Improved Golfer” for the past year. When Beth started playing golf on Jan. 1, 2020, her handicap was 33.3. Over the course of the year, Beth worked hard to improve her game which resulted in a December…