Remodeling projects featured in 2019 SBCO Home Tour

Horseback riders enjoy Oracle’s Triangle Y Stable

Wine and dine with the Colorado Club

Ranchers share their Texas pride

Remodeling projects featured in 2019 SBCO Home Tour

Mike and Sandy Gianotti expanded their home by eight feet to accommodate a larger kitchen area, with spectacular results. Nancy McCluskey-Moore The 2019 SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Home Tour proved…

Wine and dine with the Colorado Club

Tom Wingman and Kelly Reuter Main Course Colorado Club table 1 Tom Wingman and Kelly Reuter Main Course An outstanding evening was enjoyed by forty members of the Colorado Club.…

Ranchers share their Texas pride

Ranchers who were born in Texas or “got there as fast as they could” share their Texas pride at the Lone Star Roundup on March 21 at the Ranch House…

American Legion Post 132 presents German dinner

American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 will offer an authentic German Dinner Saturday, February 21, 2015, at SaddleBrooke HOA One Activity Center, 64518 East Galveston Lane, from 4:00-6:30 p.m. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be used for assisting veterans and their families in need as well as rehabilitation and transition programs for returning…

Sun Sounds of Arizona

Kathy Desmarais Are you, or someone you know, print-disabled? Most of us think of the blind when we think of the “print disabled.” But it also applies to those who have difficulty seeing the printed word due to cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, low visual acuity, retinitis pigmentosa, complications from diabetes, multiple sclerosis, brain and…

The Gardeners Exchange to discuss permaculture Feb 24

Deborah North, Pima County Master Gardener Come join The Gardeners Exchange in an eye opening discussion of the benefits of developing a permaculture in your landscape. According to Bill Mollison, the developer of the concept, “Permaculture is a philosophy of working with, rather than against nature; of protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and…

Line dance lessons with Rebecca – February 2015

Line dancers came out to have fun on the floor while supporting the animals on December 29 in SaddleBrooke. Can you find the 19 Ranch residents in the group? What a terrific bunch of folks from both communities that attended the dance and gave to help our furry friends. undefined

Dr. Mark Magdanz The annual “Tweener” Party, a celebration between Christmas and New Year’s, saw record participation to end 2014. Rebecca’s line dancing students literally filled the Vermilion Room dance floor beyond capacity. Leftover proceeds are being donated to a Tucson area trap/spay-neuter/release program coordinated by Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. Rebecca sends her many thanks…

February SASO event

Punch Howarth Works by Beethoven, Dvorak and von Suppe will be on the program by the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra in its 2015 opening concert. Conducted by Maestro Linus Lerner, this program will be presented in Green Valley: Friday, February 20, at Valley Presbyterian Church at 7:00 p.m.; SaddleBrooke on Saturday, February 21, at 7:30…

Treats and Talents Charity Auction March 11, 2015

Ann Vernon Mark your calendars and plan to attend the eighth SaddleBrooke Treats and Talents Charity Auction from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the HOA One clubhouse. This auction began in 2007 as a Unit 21 affair and has evolved over the years into a SaddleBrooke auction with steering committee members comprised of people throughout this community.…