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Sunrise Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Bridget Bonner Sunrise vinyasa flow yoga resumes, beginning Friday, April 16 at 7 a.m., and will continue each Monday and Friday. The location will be outdoors behind the Ranch House Grill, overlooking the beautiful lake and mountain. You will be required to bring your own mat and any props you enjoy, such as a yoga…

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…

Word of the Month: Ontology

David Zapatka Last month’s column on “negentropy” elicited this response from a reader, “My thermodynamics class was at 8 a.m. and I slept through that particular law. Thanks for the review albeit a little late to do anything with it.” There’s an art to scheduling university classes and avoiding 8 a.m. classes was one 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,…

Whimsy for Today

Becky Kueker I just learned there is such a thing as “anti-skills,” you know, personality traits to leave behind. Simply stated, what you should not do is just as important as what you should do. From what I understand, bad personality traits have run rampant since COVID, just another side effect of what society seems to…

Rotary Club: Leading Rotarians in the Ranch

Front row: Liese Razzeto, president elect of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke; back row (left to right): Dan Watson, John Oszust, Monica Oszust, and Gary Terrell

Barbara Barr and Joe Guyton Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke come from all over the area. Most of the members live in the Robson communities of SaddleBrooke Ranch and SaddleBrooke. However, we also have members who live or work in Catalina, Oro Valley, and Oracle. Together, we gather as friends to make a…