Tag: volunteer

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings

Roselina Cota and her Teen Closet “personal shopper,” Mary Ewald, shop at Target.

SBCO Teen Closet helps students dress in style Nancy McCluskey-Moore For the past 18 years, the SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Teen Closet program has enabled students between the ages of 13 and 18 to purchase new clothing and school supplies. Students from San Manuel, Canada del Oro and Ironwood Ridge High Schools eagerly shop in…

Seeking summer substitutes

A special opportunity exists for two or more people that would like to contribute time and talent to support the dogs at the Pinal County Animal Care and Control Shelter (PCACC) without having to interact directly with the shelter’s dogs. Residents of SaddleBrooke, which is located in Pinal County, successfully funded and built nearly 90…

Volunteer! It’s good for you and those you help

  Nancy McCluskey-Moore Nonprofits rely on volunteer labor to deliver goods and services to those in need. Donating your time and talent clearly helps those who receive assistance from a food bank, educational program or other not-for-profit organization. But did you know that you also benefit from being a volunteer? Various studies have found that…

Kids’ Closet needs Thursday volunteers

  Want to improve children’s lives while having fun? Become a Thursday volunteer during the fall season at the Kids’ Closet in Mammoth. The work involves helping children between the ages of four and 13 select new school clothing and shoes from our extensive inventory. By serving as a personal shopper, you’ll ensure children take…

Mark your calendar for American Red Cross Blood Drive – Sept. 22

  Linda Shannon-Hills SaddleBrooke Ranch will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Saturday, September 22 from 7:00 a.m. until noon at La Hacienda Clubhouse in La Mesa and Montana Rooms. To make an appointment, call 800-733-2767 or go online to www.redcrossblood.org. Right now, the American Red Cross has a significant blood shortage…

The Famous Painting Program

Sharon Groth The Famous Painting Program is in its second year at Mountain Vista School in Oracle. This program presents a famous painting to classrooms first through sixth grades once a month by our art loving volunteers. Ranch volunteers include Sharon Groth, Sherry Weiss, Nancy Reif, Linda Ritger, Larry Ritger and Susan Swanson. Tucson artist…

Call for volunteers

The Holualoa Tucson Marathon is looking for volunteers between Thursday, December 7, and Saturday, December 10. Activities include handing out race day materials to runners during the expo at the Hotel El Conquistador and handing out goodies on race day at The Golder Fire Department. Shifts and times vary depending on the date you are…

American Red Cross Blood Drive set for September 23

Linda Shannon-Hills SaddleBrooke Ranch will be hosting its second blood drive by the American Red Cross on Saturday, September 23, from 7:00 a.m. until noon at La Hacienda Clubhouse in La Mesa and Montana rooms. To make an appointment call 800-733-2767 or go online to www.redcrossblood.org. We added more registration spots, so please sign up…

20th Anniversary of SaddleBrooke Health Fair

Volunteers welcome fair goers. There is still time to sign up.

Phyllis Ketring Volunteers are the key to the ongoing success of the SaddleBrooke Health Fair. There is still time to sign up. Email Sally Sample at samplesaly@aol.com. Shifts are 90 minutes of fun. The Health Fair celebrates its twentieth anniversary on Saturday, October 14, 9:00 a.m. to noon. The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy…

Health Fair seeks volunteers

Health Fair volunteer distributes free tote bags to fairgoers.

Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator The Health Fair has vacancies on every team right now. That is good news if you have a particular preference. We need people to greet vendors, provide information and assist during the fair, help with surveys and support vendors as they take down exhibits. One of the most pressing needs is…