Wearing pink attire and riding a decorated Harley, Leslie Brown draws attention to breast cancer issues in the annual Women’s Motorcycle Ride she helped create 14 years ago. “Heels & Wheels” raises funds for mammograms, biopsies and surgical interventions, providing life-saving treatments to women who lack access or funds.
As a member of the Women’s Guild at Springboard Home for Youth in Crisis, Linda Thomson (front) plans and executes events and fundraisers, while also supporting staff members who care for the girls in residence. Photo includes Marsha Cottrell, president of the Guild.
While actively promoting Wreaths Across America in Tucson, Linda Nicholson (right) participates in the annual ceremony at Evergreen Cemetery, where volunteers remember and honor our veterans. Photo includes Kay Lantow (left) and Sheron Jones (center), an American Gold Star Mother.
Sherry Weiss (left) and Sharon Groth display On The Stage by Edgar Degas, one of 26 prints discussed in grades one through six at Oracle’s Mountain Vista School. The Famous Paintings program exposes children to fine art and replaces classes that are no longer offered in the school.
SaddleBrooke Community Outreach provides program opportunities for (left to right) Sandi Fredrickson, a seasonal ‘dresser’ at the Kids’ Closet; Sharon Groth, a purchaser for the Teen Closet semi-annual shopping events and Camille Esterman, SBCO’s Treasurer. Photo includes a mannequin wearing a sample of new clothing distributed at Kids’ Closet.
Every other Saturday, Marian Bianchini helps at the Pima Animal Care Center, providing animals with opportunities for socialization, exercise and positive stimulation.
Tuesday afternoons find Kerstin Seifert at the Western National Parks Association where she assists at day-long events, creates and maintains merchandise displays and introduces visitors to the mission of providing funding for 71 smaller national parks and monuments in the west.
The Sister Jose Women’s Shelter is blessed to have Jeanne (left) and Marian Bianchini working in the kitchen, serving breakfasts and lunches to residents twice a month; helping to nurture homeless women in a welcoming and safe environment.
A sea of pink visors, wide brimmed sun hats and occasional cowgirl hats dot the 18-hole SBR putting green on Wednesday mornings. On other days of the week many members of the Ranchette Putters are busy volunteering at local community, charitable and civic organizations. Our members do amazing work outside of the Ranch.