SaddleBrooke Ranch Women of Wine Event

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women of Wine hosted SaddleBrooke Community Outreach in January.

Deb McGiboney

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women of Wine (SBRWOW) club hosted the SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) at our January SBRWOW event.

SBCO is a nonprofit, all volunteer community organization to help the Arizona communities and school districts between SaddleBrooke and Miami, including the San Carlos Indian Reservation. This 100-mile corridor includes more than three counties, eight school districts, Head Start programs, and approximately 4,000 youngsters.

If you would like to become a volunteer or donate, please email them at With your support, they feed, clothe, enrich, and educate.

The SBRWOW meet the third Thursday of every month at the Ranch House Grill, Sol Ballroom.

Our next SBRWOW event is Thursday, March 21, and we are celebrating our SBRWOW 2nd anniversary with a dance party featuring DJ Chuck Moses!

There will be a $10 cash only admission fee. Doors open at 2 p.m. for admission and Chuck Moses will play from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Sol Ballroom!

You must be an SBRWOW member to attend, so invite your friends to join SBRWOW on GroupWorks!

There will be a portable bar set up for you to order your wines, appetizers, and food. If you prefer a different beverage, please order at the bar, and join us. Follow us on SBR Women of Wine GroupWorks! If you’re not a member of GroupWorks, you can sign up for free at