The following proposed revision has been posted for resident review and comment:
SaddleBrooke One Rules & Regulations (References to SaddleBrooke Ranch have been red-lined for removal; text to be added is green. Changes are on cover, change log, and pages 6, 11, 12, 21, 24, 26, 27)
Children's Hours: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Lap Pool Hours: 6:00 am to 8:30 pm
Meetings are 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month 9:00am Bobcat Suite (lower level of the SB One clubhouse)
Upcoming Meetings:June 21, July 5
Next Coffee with GM & Board President : July 13, 9am - Agave Lounge
Regular Board Meeting : July 26, 2pm - Coyote Rooms
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Music Mends Minds COME JOIN US--1:00-2pm Wednesday West Ballroom at HOA#2 June 27th During summer Music Mends Minds provides smiles, brain stimulation, and fun to those suffering from cognitive decline as a result of neurodegenerative diseases
This is a community service project of Saddlebrooke Sunrise Rotary Supporters: Saddlebrooke Sunrise Rotary & Senior Village at Saddlebrooke
SADDLEBROOKE TOWN HALL
When: June 20, 2018 at 10:00 AM Where: DesertView Theater Who: Pinal County Supervisor, Mr. Anthony Smith Topic: State of the County Address
Mr. Smith will be providing information addressing the financial health of the county, general indicators, status of local and regional transportation projects and economic development efforts. A Q&A will immediately follow the presentation.
All HOA1, HOA2 and Eagle Crest residents are invited to attend. This is not a political event. Campaign signage and literature distribution are not permitted.
The Gardeners Exchange of SaddleBrooke Ranch in conjunction with the SaddelBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners welcomes you to attend “Small Wonders,” by Dr. Frank Rose, garden writer, artist, photographer and nature lover, on Wednesday June 27th at La Hacienda Club, SaddleBrooke Ranch at 1 pm. Dr. Rose, a retired pastor, found his second calling in the world of botany. He is currently writing three books, one of which is the subject of his talk – a closer look at some hard-to-see flowers. He is a watercolor artist and self-taught botanist. Books will be available for purchase. Checks accepted. No registration needed. Open seating. For more information, please contact Margaret Larmour, at email@example.com or 520-307-2100.
SADDLEBROOKE PETRESCUE NETWORK
Monthly pick-up of gently used linens, pet beds, pet food
and miscellaneous pet items the first Friday of every month.
Prescription Drug Drop-off Program Pinal County Sheriff's SaddleBrooke Substation is opened on
2nd Friday each month 10am-Noon 4th Tuesday each month 2-4pm
Bring your needles, syringes. Place any prescription pills in plastic bag's with containers
being thrown away after removal of labels. Note: No liquids, creams can be accepted.
This a service provided by HOA1 and 2 Community Volunteers.
Any questions please call Esta Goldstein 825-1181
Come check out our Artist of the Week ! SaddleBrooke's Very Own Gift Shop
All items made exclusively by SaddleBrooke Residents
Located between the HOA1 Arts & Crafts building & Fitness Center
* SUMMER HOURS * 9:00am - 1:00pm May thru September (CLOSED SUNDAYS) OPEN Monday - Saturday... (excluding Palm Sunday, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day)
Words of Praise for Senior Village
Note from a Senior Village member: “Wanted to express my gratitude to the Village for the wonderful, thorough and completed job that Helping Hands did for me. [The volunteers] came to my home exactly on time, 9am, to turn my mattress and install a new kitchen TV. They were so thorough, efficient, friendly and completed the job, checking their work. I so appreciate the service since they saved me $200 for what I would have been charged by Best Buy. We are very fortunate to have the Village with [volunteers] who give of their talents and time with a smile, great spirit.” To learn more about the Village transportation, repair services and social activities or to become a member, patron or volunteer, phone 520-314-1042. You may also visit our website at: www.seniorvillageatsaddlebrooke.org
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June 17, 2018
For a complete list of sanctioned clubs and groups in SaddleBrooke One, visit the Clubs & Groups section of our web page: /sb_clubs-and-groups-1384.html. You may search alphabetically or by category.
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ROTARY CLUB OF SADDLEBROOKE Agave Front Lounge - SaddleBrooke One
Thursdays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is packed with energetic volunteers coming together as friends in Rotary to assist area schools, our community, and international philanthropies. Rotary is open to those who are retired or work in SaddleBrooke, SaddleBrooke Ranch, and surrounding communities.
Tuesday, June 19 ... NOTE THE DATE CHANGE: Small Slams Bridge Club asked us to use our space for a Alzheimers Fund Raiser, so we are meeting on Tuesday. The speaker will be Youth on Their Own.
June 28--Changing of the Gavel: Neil Deppe will summarize his year as president and install Doug May as the new president
For more information or to join us for lunch, call Neil Deppe at 297-4858
SaddleBrooke Cold War Symposium Summer Video Festival: July 12, August 9 Mountainview's Sonoran Room 1:00-3:30pm Our summer season features Cold War humor films to make you laugh out loud!
July 12th: "The Mouse that Roared"
August 9th: "Dr. Strangelove"
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New Info week of June 18th
Week of June 18, 2018
·SaddleBrooke Town Hall – State of the County Address with Pinal County Supervisor, Mr. Anthony Smith, June 20 at 10:00 AM at DesertView Theater. Mr. Smith will be providing information addressing the financial health of the county, general indicators, status of local and regional transportation projects and economic development efforts. A Q&A will immediately follow the presentation. All HOA 1, HOA 2 and Eagle Crest residents are invited to attend. This is NOT a political event. Campaign signage and literature distribution are not permitted.
·Road Work: Units affected will be part of unit 23 and all of unit 25 (excluding Desert Bluff) Dates are tentative weather permitting. If you need more information, please contact your unit rep. >>Paving Schedule<<
Milling-June 19th – 22nd
Paving June 25th – June 27th
·Attention all SBHOA 2 Homeowners: Our 2nd half billing of 2018 dues statements will be coming soon! Some of you may have seen some erroneous information regarding the due dates based on what happened last year at this time. As you may know there were challenges due to the implementation of our new software, and therefore the due dates were extended to August 1st instead of July 15th. We intend to follow the Policy Manual that states Annual Dues will be due on January 15th & July 15th with late fees being assessed on the 1st day of the following month.
Due Date: July 15 Late Fee Date: August 1
·Golf course path usage during non-golfing hours is now available for members. Please use the following link to review the Rules & Regulations regarding usage >>Section 8.2 Golf. To ensure the safety of all, Patrol will be actively monitoring usage. Fine Schedule for Golf course & Pets >> Fine Schedule
·Rules & Regulations – Revised Rules are now available for residents. Click on the following link to view >>Rules & Regulations – April 2018, log-in may be necessary. Residents can also pick up a hard copy at the Administration office.
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