Tag: SBCO

The new board is ready to work!

Left to right, front row: Gayl Van Natter, recording secretary; Joan Roberts, president; Willie Reich, membership; Pat Armlein, membership; Nan Nasser, past VP; Ann Coziahr, Golden Goose representative; back row: Doug Sweetland, special events; Melanie Stout, Kids’ Closet; Elise Grimes, education; Betsy Lowry, special events; Susan Richards, grants; Sandra Valeton, treasurer. Absentees include Marcia Van Ommeran, recording secretary; Anni Evans, Kids’ Closet; Anne Everett, treasurer; Dorothy Moore, corresponding secretary, Make a Difference; Steve Groth, education; and Merna Oakley, communications.

Nan Nasser SaddleBrooke Community Outreach had its first board meeting of the 2015-16 year. The photo, taken by Ken Siarkiewicz, was referred to as the people who get the jobs done. Yes, it is a big board, with a big job. Programs include clothing children, educating kids, providing nourishment for the young minds. We touch…

SBCO Walkathon

These Boots Were Made for Walking

Do you remember the song These Boots Were Made for Walking? Well, polish off your boots and sneakers and get ready for the 19th annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Walkathon to be held Saturday, October 24, beginning at 7:30 a.m. with warmups in the HOA One parking lot, a walk around Ridgeview and ending with a…

SBCO annual Appreciation event highlights

Left to right: Rich Roberts, Rebekah Masuch, meat manager, Elvia Colores, HR representative, and Joan Roberts. Photo by Ken Siarkiewicz

On Monday, April 13, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach held its annual Appreciation Program honoring special groups and volunteers who have made a difference in the lives of the neighboring needy children we service through our various programs. This year SBCO has honored a team at the Walmart Neighborhood Market at Magee and Oracle in Oro Valley…

SBRMGA donates to scholarship program of SBCO

Left to right: Jack Gressingh, president of SBRMGA; Steve Groth, SBCO VP education; and Frank Sciannella, SBRMGA organizer.

Nan Nasser The annual spring golf tournament, held by the SaddleBrooke Ranch Men’s Golf Association, resulted in a large contribution of $6,500 to the scholarship program of SaddleBrooke Community Outreach. The event included sale of raffle tickets as well as dinner tickets. Frank Sciannella and his committee were recognized for their hard and profitable work.…

Shredding event April 10

Nan Nasser On Friday, April 10, SaddleBrooke Community Outreach joined forces with Long Realty, Golder Ranch branch and the Beacon Foundation, the largest employer of disabled Americans in the area, to host a shredding event for residents and friends of people in SaddleBrooke. Beacon Foundation has several contracts with the U.S. Government for shredding and…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Arthur Posner gives check to SBCO President Joan Roberts.

Gift from Treats and Talents Auctions The annual Treats and Talents Auction held March 11 raised enough funds to support SaddleBrooke Community Outreach, IMPACT, Youth on Their Own and several science projects in neighboring schools. Co-chair Arthur Posner presented a check for $6,000 to SBCO President Joan Roberts as part of the proceeds from this…

SBCO help us help our kids

Nan Nasser For many years SaddleBrooke Community Outreach has been recycling aluminum cans to help support our programs for needy children in neighboring communities. We have worked well with Tucson Iron and Metal and recently received a note saying that our current receipt for $840 should have been for $1,440, but there was so much…

SBCO raffle to benefit local charities

Nan Nasser SaddleBrooke Community Outreach has once again been included in a raffle opportunity for a special car, the 2015 Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Edition. There are only 1,965 of these cars produced, and Ford Motor Company has provided one to the Jim Click Automotive Team. There will be 300 Tucson charities selling tickets for…

SBCO’s annual food drive is coming on March 14, 2015

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Nan Nasser The annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Food Drive is coming on Saturday, March 14. This year the food will be sorted and packed for trucks heading to Mammoth at the SaddleBrooke Country Club, HOA One. The nonperishable food items will be delivered to the Tri Community Food Bank in Mammoth serving Oracle, San Manuel,…

SBCO collects Labels and Box Tops for Education

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Nan Nasser SBCO Collects Labels for Education and Box Tops for Education. Emilie Siarkiewicz has reorganized this collection to benefit schools in our service area based on goals, wish lists and their own efforts to collect the labels and box tops. Labels for Education has been in place for 41 years and has provided $114…