Category: Generals

Gospel Rescue Mission

Lisa Chastain

Dick Kroese Ray Chastain was a yardmaster for the Southern Pacific Railroad and highly respected. He would see the men, women, and children riding the trains into Tucson. He felt sorry for them, so he started taking them home, feeding them, giving them clothes, and providing whatever else was needed. Then, in 1953, he left…

Welcome New Neighbors

Andrea and Tom Cothran moved from the State of Washington to Unit 6. They are looking forward to leaving the rain behind and starting the next chapter at SaddleBrooke Ranch.

Linda Harvey and Linda Shannon-Hills, Co-Chairs Welcome to our 18 new homeowners who recently moved into SaddleBrooke Ranch, with most arriving in March 2021. As part of moving into SaddleBrooke Ranch, there is a multifaceted program for all new homeowners. Each new homeowner is welcomed by a newcomer volunteer who can answer questions. The program also consists of…

Health Fair 2021 Scheduled for October 23

Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator The 2021 Health Fair is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 23, 9 a.m. to noon. If the pandemic numbers decrease while vaccinations increase, and both SaddleBrooke One and MountainView open their spaces for public use, it is very likely that the 2021 Health Fair will be back in a familiar format. Currently,…

New Grief Support Group Begins

Kristina R. Turner GriefShare is a Christian-based, 13-week support group that has helped many folks make the very difficult journey through grief. A new group will begin in May. This Christian-based support group welcomes anyone who has suffered the death of a spouse, child, or loved one, whether it has been recent or years ago.…

Kids Receive New Clothing

Nancy McCluskey-Moore Due to COVID restrictions, students from Catalina to Miami couldn’t come to Kids’ Closet in Mammoth to select their new spring wardrobes. Thanks to the hard work of Kids’ Closet volunteers, along with the cooperation of parents, teachers, and school administrators, the clothing was delivered to the kids! Counselors provided teachers with the names…

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Happenings,

Steve Groth, SBCO president, presents a check for the $226,647 raised by the SBCO Food Drive to Tri-Community Food Bank chairperson, Cynthia Chevalley.

23rd SBCO Annual Food Drive a Resounding Success! Nancy McCluskey-Moore The compassionate residents of SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch made the 23rd annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Food Drive a record-breaking success. This year the food drive raised $226,647.83 in donations! This is an enormous increase compared to the $91,798 raised in 2020. The families assisted by…

International Address Newspaper Forwarding

Effective May 1, 2021, if you would like to receive the SaddleBrooke Ranch Roundup at your international address during the summer months, the price of mailing will be $8 per month. You can also read the SaddleBrooke Ranch Roundup at our website at saddlebrookeranchroundup.com for your convenience. Please call our office at 480-895-4506 for setup and further…

It Takes a Village

Linda Shannon-Hills To coin a phrase, “it takes a village” rings true for the SaddleBrooke Ranch COVID-19 vaccination drives that took place during the first four months of 2021. Taking on this project to vaccinate over 1,700 people at SaddleBrooke Ranch was a huge project and could not have been achieved without the help of over 150…