SaddleBrooke Ranch Employee Appreciation 2019 underway

O Holy Night – A Christmas Advent cantata and luncheon December 6

SBR Riding Group enjoys the first ride of the season

Shalom Club breaks the fast together

Shalom Club breaks the fast together

Co-chairs of the event Roberta Bowers, Florence Messer, Sherry Weiss, and Kim Schweitzer. Phil Barish leads the traditional blessing over the bread. Kim Schweitzer For the second year in a…

Summer in the Word

Terry Barringer Are you looking for a little spiritual pick-me-up? The Women’s Ministry at the Community Church at SaddleBrooke has just the offering for you. Summer in the Word is a six-week series that will introduce you to some thought provoking subjects. Six women will share their message on a wide variety of scriptures and…

Quickstep – a very quick trip around the dance floor

Steve Holdener Quickstep has been described as “a light-hearted member of the standard ballroom dances.” It’s fast and powerful but contains subtle syncopations. The first time I saw a couple dancing a Quickstep I thought it was a very fast foxtrot, and I was able to dance somewhat of a “quickstep foxtrot” even though it…

Pilar Born crowned 2015 SBRWGA President’s Cup champion

The Green Team

The SBRWGA held its 2015 President’s Cup tournament March 31 with Pilar Born the overall winner with a low net 67. First flight winners were 1st Alex Anna, 2nd Brenda Armenia, 3rd Joyce DeYoung; Second flight winners: 1st Pilar Born, 2nd Sue Wells, 3rd Bonnie Stark. Closest to the pin winners: Alex Anna on nos.…

SASO season finale is a humdinger

Punch Howarth Linus Lerner leading the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra in this season’s final concert promises to be a great conclusion to an outstanding season. Three generations of composers are featured that includes the Russian Modest Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain who died in 1881; German Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto in G who died in 1920; Englishman…

If you love gardening, join the Master Gardeners

SaddleBrooke Master Gardeners are volunteers for University of Arizona Pinal Cooperative Extension. They assist the public with University research-based, home horticulture information through educational programs and projects. You don’t have to be an expert gardener to become a Master Gardener volunteer; you only need a desire to learn and to help others. The next Master…