Fiesta Couples putting

Pickles and Burgers pickleball carnival

Helping to fight hunger

Are these nutrition statements fact or fiction?

Technology Club hosts general meeting on “cutting the cord”

Fiesta Couples putting

Photo by Jacque Hendricks Photo by Jacque Hendricks Shooting with a lime; Photo by Jacque Hendricks Streamers blowing in the wind; Photo by Jacque Hendricks Camille Esterman On a windy…

Pickles and Burgers pickleball carnival

On May 29, over eighty pickleballers participated in the second Pickles and Burgers social play event with a carnival theme. Players were assigned to teams of five or six with…

Helping to fight hunger

Nan Nasser Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church (MSPC) will participate in a program designed to raise awareness of hunger in our area and ways to help alleviate it in our geographic…

It’s not too late!

Bev Kloehn and Laura Benson Members of the League of Women Voters – SaddleBrooke Unit are teaming up with the administration of San Manuel High School to hold a Career Day for their students in Spring 2015 and we need you to share your career insights. It’s not too late to become involved. Please join…

Thank You, Friends – October 2014

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Dear Readers: The students at Mt. Vista Elementary School in Oracle, AZ wish to thank all of the generous and kind residents who donated cash, checks, school supplies and food products to our recent “Stuff The Bus” campaign in Eagle Crest, Oracle, SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch on Saturday, August 16, 2014. The National Junior Honor…

Colorado Club hikes Egret Trail

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Linda Shannon-Hills Our hiking boots were left at home this time as 45 Colorado Club members’ hike on Egret Trail was between two homes to socialize with our Ranch neighbors from Colorado. Our host families were Barb and Bob Drury and Al and Nancy Swenson, next door neighbors on Egret Trail. On Monday, August 25,…

San Miguel…the top city in the world to visit

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Linda Stack-Chenok This year Conde Nast travelers have selected San Miguel as the No. 1 city in the world to visit! Why? It is a combination of many different things: sunlight bouncing off earth-tone walls, flowers, restaurants in old haciendas, stores, history, museums, music, art and gorgeous B&Bs and hotels. The city itself is a…

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries – October 2014

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DeGrazia: The Man and the Myths Mary Kopp The Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries is hosting two events in November featuring the life and work of noted Tucson artist Ted DeGrazia. A lecture about DeGrazia is set for 4:00 p.m. November 19 in the MountainView East Ballroom. DeGrazia biographer James W. Johnson will share stories he…

Find fun in learning how to square dance

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Don and Rebecca Williams The SaddleBrooke Squares will be hosting a free opportunity to try square dancing on Sunday, October 12, at 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the MountainView Ballroom. Square dancing is the original American dance enjoyed by thousands in cities in the U.S. and around the world. Once you know how, you can go to…