It’s Time to Register for SaddleBrooke Ranch’s 8th Annual Cancer Walk!

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Last Call for SBCO Walk for Kids Registrations!

Elks Lodge 2815 Gives $400 Worth of Supplies to School

Fidget quilts

A sample of the Fidget Quilt made by Kerstin Seifert and Carol Smith.

What is a Fidget Quilt? It is a small quilt made with different textured fabrics and often adorned with assorted objects to help busy the nervous hands of people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Frequently they get fidgety hands, and the fidget quilts are a soothing thing to give their hands something to do and giving…

Donations needed for Youth On Their Own

Youth On Their Own, located on Alvernon Way in Tucson, has a need for the following: regular size deodorant, shaving cream, body wash/soap, toilet paper, new undergarments to fit size 13-21 year olds: boxers (no briefs please) or ladies underwear, socks (short/ankle, to wear with athletic shoes), bras, fabric softener sheets, shampoo and conditioner and…

Memorial Day – A time to remember, honor and teach

A wreath laid on a veteran’s grave at Evergreen Cemetery in Tucson

Linda Nicholson Does this slogan sound familiar to you? We hope so! It has only been five months since 40 Ranch residents volunteered at the annual Wreaths Across America event at Evergreen Cemetery in Tucson. In 2014 Kay Lantow and Linda Nicholson introduced this event to their friends and neighbors at SaddleBrooke Ranch. That year…

JEWEL…digital magazine for experienced women enjoying life

Left to right: Elaine Macedo from Nadine’s; Models Stephanie Henricks, Joanna Hill-Devine and Sidonia St.Germaine; Dee Sanders, JEWEL founder.

Marlene Diskin If you missed the April 11 SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club Luncheon, you missed a wonderful presentation by Dee Sanders about JEWEL. JEWEL stands for Journal for Experienced Women Enjoying Life. “It is the acronym we have given our digital magazine that targets all baby boomer and senior women,” said Dee. “Since we are…

Horseback riders enjoy the Foothills of the Rincon Mountains

Left to right: Kelly McGarrity, Janelle Authur, Bob Johnson, Debbie Shelton, Paul Bailey, Dave Normandie and Doug Rinke

Rebecca Williams Sixteen riders headed up the trail at Colossal Cave Mountain Park located southeast of Tucson in Vail. This picturesque venue reopened under new management and was a welcome addition to the group’s venues. The scenic trail wandered gently through the saguaros, cottonwoods and barrel cacti. Wildflowers were in evidence from the recent rain.…