Category: July 2023

New York/New Jersey Club Sets Sail on Saguaro Lake

Our members set sail on Saguaro Lake on a beautiful day in May—just a magical setting set in the Tonto National Forest with the backdrop of the Superstition Mountains! We set sail on the Desert Belle, a double-decker boat that took us around the 22-mile lakeshore. We saw the rich vegetation around the lake, especially…

Volunteers Spruce Up Oracle Visitor Center and Local Cemetery

Alicia Bristow, OWN Oracle Board President Volunteers from an El Rancho Robles retreat (Bulletproof the Husband organization) recently formed working groups to carry out jobs at the Oracle Visitor Center and at the local cemetery. Twenty-two volunteers, guided by Mark Thomson at the Visitor Center, and approximately 15 volunteers, guided by Justin Palmer at the cemetery,…

New Captions

NEWCOMER WELCOME – MAY 11     NEW RESIDENTS Kim Herrmann and Nick Catgenova – Moved from Quail Creek AZ.  Closed May 2023.  They purchased a resale in Unit 9A on Hackberry Lane.  Previously lived in Maui, Dana Point.   They found the Ranch a friendlier community.   They have two pets.   Marjorie and…

Summer with IJSS!

Melanie Einbund As we get into summer, it is nice to stay connected and celebrate the changes and warmth of the season. In friendship we will meet a couple of times during the summer just to say “hello.” A gathering for July is being planned with Jewish Friendship Group (JFG), and as a congregation to meet before the beginning…

Let’s Get Our Hands Dirty

Patti Jo Lewis Summer is heating up and the Mudslingers pottery club has the perfect place to cool off. Our intro to hand-building class can be enjoyed in our pottery studio. To enroll, drop by the studio during studio hours and provide your contact information on the signup sheet (located on the bulletin board). The cost is…

SBR Newcomers Welcome Gatherings July 13 and August 10

Linda Shannon-Hills You are loving our wonderful community, but do you know all that is available to you as a new resident? Don’t be overwhelmed with moving to SaddleBrooke Ranch. It’s a new community, new state, new home … “where do I find all the information to make settling into this new community easier?” Come…

Don’t Forget to Wave!

Sandy Jessop This article was originally published in 2017, however, I have been asked to resubmit it as a reminder of the things that make our Ranch so special. There are so many things that make our community unique and special. Of course, the beautiful resort-style outdoor pool with attached lap lanes seems like it…