Tag: SaddleBrooke Squares

SaddleBrooke Ranch Residents and Square Dancers Team Up to Make Medical Masks

Members of SaddleBrooke Squares (left to right) Rick Beeble, Donna Martin, and Elaine Beeble model masks made by club members and volunteers.

Rebecca Williams In early April at the suggestion of Rick and Elaine Beeble of the SaddleBrooke (SB) Squares, the Squares and their sister club, Rancheros Square Dance Club, undertook a formidable challenge to make 500 medical masks for visiting nurses, Senior Village volunteers, vulnerable SaddleBrooke residents, nursing homes, foster care social workers, pediatric clinics, Tucson Medical…

SaddleBrooke Squares are growing

J.P. Blount The SaddleBrooke Squares recently celebrated their 25th year in the community! But the club isn’t resting on its laurels. Instead, the club decided to reach out to the entire SaddleBrooke One and SaddleBrooke TWO communities to let them know about square dancing. The club’s efforts were led by members Richard and Donna Martin…

And they’re off and dancing… square dancing, that is

Won’t you come on out and join us in a square?

Bob White When this article hits the streets of SaddleBrooke the class of 2018 will be on their way to learning the steps and calls of Mainstream Square Dancing. Their Mainstream lessons will continue for the next 14 weeks before moving on to the second phase of the lessons called Plus Dancing. These lessons go…

Fall square dance lessons begin October 8

A Happy Anniversary cake is presented to Larry and Bonnie Kraber at a recent club dance.

Bob White Once again this year the SaddleBrooke “Squares” square dance club will be kicking off the fall dance season with lessons for those who would really like to get involved in an exciting and fun-filled way to socialize, exercise and dance in a whole different way: square dancing. This is not your grandmother’s old…

A square dance mini vacation

Cindy and JP Blount at the Reno festival

Kay White My husband and I recently thought it would be nice to have a change of pace from our busy SaddleBrooke schedule, so we decided to take advantage of now knowing how to square dance, thanks to lessons we had in the MountainView ballroom, and take a square dance trip. For the past two…

School’s out – So let’s dance!

Thanking the teachers and coordinators

Sheila Bray My husband John and I felt proud as we graduated from the Square Dance class of 2017 receiving a diploma and official name tag. Hmm, come to think of it no one failed the course. You have to develop the ability to laugh at yourself (not pard’ner, of course) when you make simple…

A fun club for you to join

Kathy and Norm Smith are ready to dance.

Linda Lewis Square dancing is really, really fun. Just ask the over 30 SaddleBrooke dancers who went to Yuma over Valentine’s Day for the annual Yuma Square Dance Festival. Or ask the folks from Sierra Vista who met with SaddleBrooke dancers at the Catalina Recreation Center in early March. You can also check with the…

Square Dancing: friendship set to music

The SaddleBrooke Squares

Rebecca Williams Don and Rebecca Williams of SaddleBrooke Ranch have been helping others learn to square dance for over 15 years. They were initially introduced to square dance in the Chicago area. Rebecca explained, “Unlike some types of dance, learning all the calls takes a number of weeks. However, once learned you can go anywhere…

A New Year’s memory

The SaddleBrooke Squares

Kay White All join hands and you circle the ring Stop where you are and give your honey a swing Swing that girl behind you Now your own, your very, very own Aallemande left with the sweet corner maid Do-sa-do your own Now you all run, run away with the sweet corner maid Singing Oh…