Ranchers brighten the holidays

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Horseback riders enjoy a new trail at Tucson Mountain Stable

Putters welcome later start

SBR Shalom Club celebrates the Festival of Lights

Ranchers brighten the holidays

Marlene Diskin and Kim Schweitzer We are proud to report that for the 10th year, generous Ranchers have supported the “Adopt-a-Family” program that brightens the holidays of many of our…

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Louise Grabell, Pinal County Master Gardener Outdoor gardening is over. Rest for the weary is not a bad thing. However, it is time to spruce up your home for the…

Putters welcome later start

Camille Esterman Putting time on the SBR green was pushed back one hour beginning in November. Ranchette Putters welcomed this change, hoping that the sun would help take the chill…

Pickleball Festival inaugural event a huge success

Men’s 3.5 Medalists - Center Gold - Marv Richter and Bill Reynolds, on outside Bronze - Bob Hills (Far L) & Rich Hanson (Far R), next in Yellow shirts Silver- Steve Phillips (L) & Bud Fairbanks (R)undefined

Steve Baer Last month the SaddleBrooke Ranch Pickleball Association held its first annual Pickleball Festival for members. Some 70 matches were played by 64 players over the course of the six day double elimination event. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded with 48 members earning medals. Preliminary rounds took place on Monday, April 14…