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SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

The Annual Walkathon attracts a committed group of participants and volunteers, but COVID-19 has caused the 2020 event to be canceled for the first time in 24 years.

2020 Annual Walkathon Canceled Nancy McClusky-Moore Since 1997, hundreds of SaddleBrookers have joined in SaddleBrooke Community Outreach’s (SBCO) signature fundraising event, the Annual SBCO Walkathon. The funds raised through sponsorships and registrations are used to provide a multitude of opportunities for kids residing in the Copper Corridor to succeed. Annually, SBCO touches the lives of…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

SBCO Salutes Volunteer Buzz Hackett Nancy McCluskey-Moore Gordon “Buzz” Hackett clearly enjoys performing community service. After arriving in SaddleBrooke 21 years ago, he was quickly recruited to serve on the SaddleBrooke Patrol. This position, which he held for 17 years, was a natural fit for a man who had a 20-year career with the U.S.…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Mike and Mary Redgrave are proud supporters of the SBCO Scholarship Endowment Program.

Mary and Mike Redgrave Donate to the SBCO Scholarship Endowment Program Ron Andrea In February 2019, Mary and Mike Redgrave moved to SaddleBrooke Ranch from Sacramento, Calif. Mary had worked in financial services, while Mike ran the state air quality database for the California Air Resources Board. In retirement, both Mary and Mike were looking…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Ken DeLeo, Steve Groth, Terry Zimmerman, Gary Terrell, Barry Milner, and Bob Wample

Thank You Masked Men Linda Shannon-Hills A huge thank you goes out to the six men from SaddleBrooke Ranch that collected food items needed by the Tri-Community Food Bank. Over seven SUVs full of food were delivered on Wednesday, May 13, donated by our generous residents. The Tri-Community Food Bank in Mammoth serves 350 families…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

The SBCO Food Drive leadership team (left to right) Cynthia Chevalley, TCFB chairperson; Andrea Stephens and Dan Stephens, Food Drive co-chairs; Steve Groth, SBCO board president; back row: Ken Siarkiewicz; Lori Ward, Food Drive co-chair; and Bob Wample and Betty Ryan, SaddleBrooke Ranch Food Drive co-chairs

Superior High School Student Attending ASU with the Help of Community Outreach Ron Andrea Makayla Martinez graduated third in her class at Superior High School with a 3.8 GPA. She was treasurer of both DECA and Student Council, and served as both president and editor of her high school yearbook. She worked as a restaurant…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach

Scholarship Endowments Offer a Win-Win Opportunity Ron Andrea Ruth and Dale Leman are one of several couples who have decided to contribute to the SBCO Scholarship Endowment Fund. According to Dale, “I hit the magic age of 70.5 and my financial institution informed me early in 2019 of the amount required for my mandated IRA…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach

Augustine Hing plans to become a teacher and inspire others to take advantage of their educational opportunities.

Scholarship Student Makes the Most of Her Opportunities Ron Andrea SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) provides college scholarships to local students who qualify based on six rigorous criteria. One such student is Augustine Hing. In addition to earning a 3.9 grade point average as valedictorian of her high school class, Augustine was a member of Student council…

SBR resident supports SBCO in a unique way

Guitarist Rick Still providing entertainment at a neighborhood party. Photo by Diane Still.

Camille Esterman Rick Still has lived at SaddleBrooke Ranch for a little over two years, and as an accomplished guitarist, he has found a unique way to share his talent. Rick has played at many private parties and unit functions, entertaining everyone with swinging and soulful tunes. Folks have been known to put on their “dancing…

First Tee of Tucson and SBCO big winners at Golfer Appreciation Day

Janice Neal Robson Resort Communities sponsored the SaddleBrooke Ranch third annual Golfer Appreciation Day on Sept. 15. The Golfer Appreciation Day benefitted SaddleBrooke Community Outreach and The First Tee of Tucson. $4,700 was collected, and $2,350 was donated in a presentation each to SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) President Steve Groth and Paul Knott of The First Tee of…

Thank You Friends

Steve Groth, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) president Thank you, SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club and residents who participated in the Golfer Appreciation Day, for your donation of $2,359. This contribution will fund 31 fall wardrobes for our kids!