First banquet held in new Sol Ballroom

September new members (left to right): Nancy Sasser, Cheryl Stroben, Linda Inhelder, Mary Preston, Linda Sentivanac, Marilyn Jankowski, Linda Mamula, Cheryl Farrier, Sharon Passov, Crystal Fitzner, Tricia Meehan; Photo by Florence Messer

Donna P. Nelson

On October 8 the SBR Women’s Club’s Luncheon was held in the Sol Ballroom. The room is beautiful, servers and service were great and the food was phenomenal! Great job, Robson team, Chef Jose and all the Ranch staffers. We are looking forward to our monthly luncheons in this beautiful facility.

On November 5 join as we LEAP to better health (Lifestyle, Eating And Performance) with Sarah Duke, Certified LEAP Therapist, Nutritionist, Dietitian, RDN, CLT. Located in Oro Valley, Sarah has practiced over 18 years, in many areas of nutrition, but her passion lies in helping people find relief from symptoms caused by chronic inflammatory conditions: taking a functional approach to nutrition which uncovers the root cause of what is causing symptoms. She helps many clients with chronic inflammatory diseases such as Fibromyalgia, migraines, Crohn’s disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, PCOS, Ulcerative Colitis and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Inflammation is the common link among these conditions, and sensitivity to food (or chemicals in food) is often the cause of symptoms.

A simple blood test called Mediator Release Test (MRT) to measure sensitivity to 170 different foods and chemicals. Once we know which foods cause inflammation and, more importantly, which ones don’t, a custom designed diet that promotes healing and addresses all your symptoms, most clients see relief in the first two weeks.