It’s not too late!

Bev Kloehn and Laura Benson

Members of the League of Women Voters – SaddleBrooke Unit are teaming up with the administration of San Manuel High School to hold a Career Day for their students in Spring 2015 and we need you to share your career insights. It’s not too late to become involved.

Please join us Tuesday, October 14, from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Coyote Room North at the SaddleBrooke 1 clubhouse for coffee, tea and goodies. The food is to entice you to spend just a small part of your morning learning how you can be involved with us in this important community project. It won’t be hard to help, and it won’t take a lot of your time but it will make a big difference.

Please call Bev Kloehn at 818-0914 to let her know that you’ll join us for the short informational meeting on October 14; or if you can’t make this meeting that you want to be part of the project so she can provide you with information.

Thank you in advance for your interest and involvement.

Important Voter Information

The 2014 Voter Guide prepared by the League of Women Voters® of Arizona is now available in each of the SaddleBrooke Libraries and at SaddleBrooke Ranch. The Guide provides an explanation and background for each of the three state proposition ballot measures. Pick up a copy to assist in making your voting decisions on these important propositions.

Dates to Remember …

October 6 – Last day to register to vote in the 2014 General Election

October 9 – Early voting begins (be sure to mail your completed ballot so it’s received by the Pinal County Recorder on or before November 4.

November 4 – General Election

Voter registration forms are available in the main offices of both SaddleBrooke HOAs and SaddleBrooke Ranch. You’ll need to re-register if your name and/or address has changed since the last time you voted in Arizona or you wish to change your registration political party designation.