The Board of Directors for SaddleBrooke One has written the following to state their position regarding pickleball:
Pickleball in SaddleBrooke SaddleBrooke One Board of Directors
The SaddleBrooke One Board of Directors supports the expansion of pickleball. We recognize that it is the fastest growing sport among active adults. The Board has offered support for this amenity, on the condition that a suitable location for all residents is agreed upon. To identify the concerns regarding the location—let’s review the history of pickleball in SaddleBrooke:
Pickleball became a sanctioned club within SaddleBrooke One in December 2007. Although there were no courts in SaddleBrooke One, being a sanctioned club would allow them to reserve rooms within the common buildings for meetings with their members.
In 2009, pickleball courts were available within HOA #2, however there were growing concerns regarding the sound level of the paddle and ball as well as the chatter during play between opponents. In February 2009, a sound study was commissioned by the HOA #2 Board to measure the sound of pickleball play at the following locations: Desert View, Mountain View, a proposed site at the area south of the softball field, and the Preserve.
The result of the testing indicated that the ‘Pinal County Noise Code level was not exceeded by the pickleball activities at any of the locations tested. In several instances, the background noise level (i.e. traffic) dominated the measurements.’ There were attenuation goals recommended that would ‘reduce the perceived annoyance to neighbors (i.e. SaddleBrooke residents) for each location. The softball field and main court at the Preserve indicated ‘no abatement needed for SaddleBrooke residents’.
In October 2010, the HOA #2 Board, due to increasing complaints from HOA #2 residents and under the direction of Robson Communities, Inc., RCI, commissioned a second sound study at the Ridgeview location between HOA #1 homes located in Units 4 and 3-South. The test was conducted on a dirt surface. The result of this study also claimed that the ‘Pinal County Noise Code level was not exceeded by the pickleball activities at any of the locations tested’ at this site. However, after reviewing the sound study, there are discrepancies in the environmental conditions present at the different locations tested.
To resolve the complaints of the HOA#2 homeowners, in 2011, HOA #2 moved to construct six pickleball courts on RCI property that was located between SaddleBrooke One homes. All courts within HOA #2, except for the Preserve location, were closed to pickleball play, when the Ridgeview courts were opened for play. Closing the other courts satisfied the wishes of the HOA #2 homeowners located next to the courts. In December 2017, the Preserve courts were also closed to quell any future complaints from the HOA #2 residents located nearby. HOA#2 (RCI) thus solved their problem with noise complaints.
In May 2016, the SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association, (SPA) brought a petition to RCI requesting to add to the courts at the Ridgeview location. Over the past six (6) years the residents located closest to the courts have brought up concerns regarding the ‘quiet enjoyment of their homes’ as well as the increased traffic, and disturbance to the wildlife in the area. In November 2017, the residents living next to the Ridgeview courts presented the SaddleBrooke One Board of Directors with a petition to block any additional courts to be constructed at the Ridgeview location.
The SaddleBrooke One Board reviewed the petition of the homeowners and agreed with the concerns that were raised. The Board further agreed to support the homeowners, by reviewing other possible locations around SaddleBrooke for pickleball play. The first location was the Desert View site to provide covered courts, however, the HOA #2 Board rejected this proposal.. The next step, had members of the SaddleBrooke One Board travel to Phoenix and meet with the Arizona Land Department Commissioner who manages trust land to review the possibility of purchasing or leasing trust land. The state authorities have responded to the Board indicating that they are open to a discussion regarding land use.
The SaddleBrooke One Board approached HOA #2, requesting that a six month moratorium be placed on any expansion, so that both boards could review the options with regard to location.. The HOA #2 board has decided to proceed with expansion at the Ridgeview location, with a possibility of covered courts. The SaddleBrooke One Board recognizes the covered courts would not solve all of the issues brought forward by the homeowners, and may cause additional concerns (i.e. lighted parking areas). The SaddleBrooke One Board is committed to finding a solution and providing support for pickleball, however, the Ridgeview location is not supported for expansion.
Regarding the termination of the Reciprocity Agreement between SaddleBrooke Ranch and HOA1:
The residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch (SBR) did not have anything to do with or have any input for canceling the developer's reciprocity agreement between the three HOAs. For several years we have enjoyed SBR residents' friendship and association in golf, clubs, F&B events, social functions and dining activities. As our neighbors, should we seek to "punish them" as some would suggest or do we want to continue our friendships? Some of our residents, particularly Trivia and Bingo players feel strongly that SBR residents be barred from participating in these events. As a private entity the Association through the Board of Directors may legislate total exclusion if that is the will of our residents. However, at a recent coffee by the GM and President, the question was raised to about 60 residents on how they felt. A "straw poll" indicted 50 of 60 voted to be more inclusive than exclusive. Consequently the SaddleBrooke One Board has taken the position that:
Any previously contracted events by SBR residents will be honored
Any golf memberships purchased before Jan.1 will be valid until expiration. No new memberships will be sold to SBR residents
Any SB resident has the right to invite anyone as a guest for functions such as golf, dining, etc unless such event is specifically designated for SB residents only.
Reservations for events will not be taken from SBR residents going forward
Fitness Center outsourced programs will be valid for the time being.
Clubs will be required to reword their charters as to membership policies if the activity takes place on HOA1 property. example "Hiking Club probably not effected"
The HOA1 Board will continue to review SBR actions and may adjust the aforementioned statements
Note that the Reciprocity Agreement is still in effect for HOA2 and HOA1 residents. As we go through this transition, please be patient and if you have any helpful suggestions they should be sent to Vivian Timian, GM
From Your SaddleBrooke One Board of Directors
SaddleBrooke One Communications
Reciprocal Agreement with SaddleBrooke Ranch Ends 12/31/17
The HOA1 Board members have received final confirmation RCI that the Reciprocal Agreement between SaddleBrooke One and the SaddleBrooke Ranch (SBR) will not be renewed. The current agreement ends as of midnight, December 31st, 2017.
RCI has stated that beginning January 1, 2018, at 12:01 AM, the only amenities at SBR that will be open to SaddleBrooke One residents are:
- The services provided in the Spa: Salon, Massage Therapist, Barber Shop
- Golf (at a non-resident rate)
- Pickleball (as it has its own agreement that will end on September 1, 2018)
Usage of any other amenities, such as, the fitness center, aerobics rooms, arts and technology room, pools, dog park, etc. will not be permitted.
Attached is a copy of a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document that was prepared by RCI for SaddleBrooke Ranch residents that you may find helpful. Click on the link at the bottom of this email.
The SaddleBrooke One Board Members realize that there are many clubs, associations and organizations that will impacted by these restrictions. During the first quarter of 2018, a study of the policies that govern usage of our facilities will be conducted and there will be an opportunity for resident feedback.
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
Stretch Class for Men $6 WEDNESDAYS: 3:15 – 3:55 pm MONDAYS, starting February 19th: 2:00 - 2:40 pm It is NOT Yoga. It is functional flexibility training. Learn it & take it to your field of play. Your back, hips, knees & shoulders will thank you.
Meetings are 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month 9:00am Bobcat Suite (lower level of the SB One clubhouse)
Upcoming Meetings:March 1, March 15
Upcoming Board Meetings Regular Board Meeting : February 22, 2pm - Coyote Special Meeting with Long Range Planning Committee & Board
March 13, 10am-3:30pm - Vermilion
Regular Board Meeting : March 29, 2pm - Coyote
If you have an upcoming activity or event that you would like included in this weekly email,
please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submission is Tuesday of each week.
Bingo 2nd Monday of each month - The Vistas Dining Room Bingo Sales Begin 5:30pm | Early Bird Bingo 6:45pm | Regular Bingo begins 7:00pm
(Prices start as low as $3 per pack for 11 games (Cash Only!) Seating is limited so come early!
$6 limited Bingo menu buffet.
If you have questions, call Virgil Maynard: 825-6620 or email virgilRmaynard@gmail.com.
Please do not call the SaddleBrooke offices.
NEXT BINGO is March 12th Please note that Bingo night in April will be on the third Monday (April 16) not our normal second Monday.
Senior Villages at Saddlebrooke and Saddlebrooke Pet Rescue will benefit from a Live Quilt Auction - Wednesday, February 28 5-7 PM in the HOA1 Activity Center featuring 15 donated quilts from Saddlebrooke Friday Quilters!
All auction proceeds will be given to these charities.
Tickets are available for a $10 donation and include wine and cheese and participation in this event!
For tickets contact: Kelly Rospond 520-818-2990 | Barb Turner 847-975-0244
Sandy Morse 805-216-0278 | Leslie Rocco 724-689-9843 | Connie Rank-Smith 520-861-7747
Learn about Electronic Resources available from Pinal County Library Wednesday, February 28 1:00-2:30 pm Ballroom West, MountainView Clubhouse -
Sponsored by your SaddleBrooke Libraries
Open to all SaddleBrooke residents. No reservations necessary.
Shirley Condit, Outreach Services Librarian for the Pinal County Library District, will do a presentation on the Library District's digital products such as the cloudLibrary, hooplaDigital and Recorded Books. She will go over the new features in the recently updated apps and you will learn some basic troubleshooting techniques. The Library District has also joined with other library systems in Arizona to increase their ebook offerings through cloudLink and you will learn how that works as well. Shirley will be available to answer your questions after the presentation.
Don't have a Pinal County library card? Then apply for one online at: http://bit.ly/pcldvirtuallib. If your library card has expired, you can renew it online by completing a new Virtual Library Card application. You will receive a confirmation email that your library card has been renewed. Please note that the cloudLibrary ebooks are not compatible with Amazon's basic ereaders such as the PaperWhite, however you can use it with Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets.
SADDLEBROOKE ARTISANS SPRING ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR Saturday, March 3, 9am-3pm | MountainView Clubhouse Your talented friends and neighbors of HOA1, HOA2, and SaddleBrooke Ranch are participating artisans. Each participating artist designs and creates their own unique hand crafted items. You will see, and be able to purchase, items to display, Items to wear, gifts. Woodcarvings, Baskets, Silversmith Jewelry, Lapidary jewelry, Artificial Succulents, Floral Arrangements, Purses, Southwest Apparel, Leaded and Fused Glass, Walking Sticks, Greeting Cards, Paintings, Photography, Gourds, SaddleBrooke Authors, Table Runners, Pottery, Ceramics, Quilts, and much more. Also, if you are an artist or crafter wishing to participate contact Mark Erickson at 520-907-8636 or email@example.com
A FUN NEW event to support homeless pets! “HOWL at the MOON” Dog Walk Thursday, March 15, 2018 $15 TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Word has it your pups want to help homeless pets too...so we're having a moonlight fundraiser walk for dogs and their humans! Leash up the pups and gather your friends for a 2-mile (5:40 pm check-in) or 1-mile (6:10 pm check-in) golf course stroll under a full moon. Start at HOA#1 tennis area for a 1 or 2 mile sundown golf course walk. Ticket price includes: water and a monster cookie mid-way, enter to win prizes, pets receive a bandana, and 1st 100 registered pets get a bone shaped carry case with goodies.
Registration fee is $15/family. Download your registration form OR pick one up
at the drop locations listed below. We'll contact you with finalized start times once registration closes.
Mail to SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue, 63457 E. Squash Blossom Lane
Drop Locations: 62945 E Harmony Drive, U 36 OR 65700 E Skyblue Court, U9.
Finalized start times/details will be provided two weeks prior to the event.
Contact Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org | 724-689-9843 for info.
This is going to be howling good time!
PEO Chapter EP Annual Charitable Luncheon & Fashion Show MountainView Ballroom
Friday, March 9th at 11:00AM featuring SteinMart's 2018 Spring Collection & SaddleBrooke Barbershop Chorus
click here for details
Registration Open - Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries Spring Tour This year's tour, "Exploring Arizona’s Diverse Cultures” is scheduled for April 14-20 and includes Canyon de Chelly, the Hopi Reservation, Sedona and the Verde Valley. For more information about the trip and a registration form, please visit the FSL website: https://sbfsl.org/tripsother-events//
Kent Volkmer, Pinal County Attorney & SB HOA2 invite you to attend Part III of a Community Conversation What you need to know when reporting a crime DesertView Performing Arts Center
Thursday, April 19th at 10:00-11:30 AM
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
LOVE THY NEIGHBOR MINISTRIES, INC.
GOOD NEIGHBOR GET TOGETHER PROGRAM™
From 10:00 AM until 1:30 PM once a month, care receivers enjoy a fun-filled program which includes activities, crafts, simple chair exercises, games, music, entertainment and a light lunch, while their caregivers take time for themselves.The program is free of charge.
For more information or to apply go to www.LTNM.org
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
* FALL HOURS * 9:00am - 4:00pm October thru April (OPEN SUNDAYS) The Gift Shop is now open 7 days a week...
(excluding Palm Sunday, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day)
Senior Village: Your Chauffeur, Handy Man and Social Secretary
How much does it cost to take a taxi to a doctor’s appointment or call a repairman to fix your loose door knob? How enjoyable would it be to have monthly social activities planned for you and all you need to do is show up and have fun? Senior Village can provide you with all these services for just pennies per day. As an all-volunteer organization of neighbors helping neighbors, we are able to keep our annual dues at an amazingly low rate: a single person pays 13 cents a day and a household amounts to 16 cents per day.
Give us a call to join, and then one of our three volunteer teams will be at your service: Going My Way acts as your chauffeur; Helping Hands takes care of jobs around the house and yard; Friendly Contact plans social activities like birthday lunches, bingo, putters, bocce and a book club. This is a deal you can’t afford to pass up.
We are committed to serving you. 520-314-1042
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February 18, 2018
Resurrection at SaddleBrooke Church (520) 575-9901 All Community Worship for SaddleBrooke Join us for Worship -Vermilion Room at SaddleBrooke One 8:30 am & 10:00 am Worship Services Every Sunday
CCSB is a Christ-centered church with a mission to glorify God by becoming a community of grace where people will receive, live and share the love of Jesus Christ. Join us at the DesertView Perfoming Arts Center in SaddleBrooke each Sunday at 8:30am.
3990 Clubhouse Drive | 520-825-5394
Opening Reception: The Psalms: An Artist's Journey Free Art Reception at Church of the Apostles - Sun, Feb. 18th, 3pm 12111 N La Cholla Blvd (just north of Tangerine)
Exhibit on display Feb. 18 - April 30, 2018. During the reception, artist Suzanne Hesh will speak about her abstract expressionist work, refreshments will be served, and "Psalm Meditations for Piano," by John Carter, will be played by Dr. Elliot Jones, Director of Apostles' Music Ministries.
Al-Anon "Back to Basics"Meetings every Monday at 3:00 pm
in the Bobcat Suite (lower level of SB One clubhouse--at the end of the hallway)
The Barbershop Chorus of Saddlebrooke meets every Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM in the Agate Room of the HOA2 Arts & Crafts Center, 38725 S Mountainview Blvd. We have been singing in Saddlebrooke since 1998, and now number about 25 singers. We are part of the international Barbershop Harmony Society. We would love to have any men who like singing to try us out – you will find it is a unique singing style. We have tenors (high notes), leads (melody), and the low voices singing baritone and bass. We do not compete. Our goal is to have fun in addition to singing well. We do performances a few times a year, as well as a concert at Desertview Theatre in December. JOIN US! YOU’LL HAVE A BALL!!
Questions? contact: email@example.com
SaddleBrooke Bereavement Support Group Meets Every Sunday, 4-5:30 p.m. SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse, Coyote Room South (lower level). Support groups provide a confidential forum, to share feelings, concerns and information as a way of supporting and encouraging each other as we make our journey through loss and grief. Always lead by master prepared facilitators. No cost to attend...No commitment to come back. FOR INFORMATION, call 825-8980
LADIES ONLY - WEDNESDAY MORNINGS DUPLICATE BRIDGE Come join us! We have great fun, & the game is just competitive enough to be interesting.
This is a non-sanctioned game, every Wednesday at the HOA1 Activity Center, 9AM-12:30PM (arrive at 8:45). Sign-up book is at Activity Center counter.
Open to all residents and renters of SB1 and SB2. Coffee is available!
Questions: Rosemary Marcello - 651-775-9722, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday Night Bridge Pairs & Those Who Wish to Join Us Thursday Night Bridge Pairs is a rubber bridge club. We meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30 in the HOA #1 Activity Center. The fee to play is $1.25 per person. The sign-up sheet is located in a white folder on the podium in the HOA#1 Library. We prefer that you bring a partner, but if you need one, an attempt will be made to find one for you if you contact us. Please phone either Connie Kacer (825-7585)
or Barb Fleming (825-2827) if you have any questions.
TUESDAY NIGHT PARTNERS BRIDGE 1 We welcome rubber-bridge players with partners to join us on Tuesday nights in the HOA2 Catalina Room (adjacent to the Mesquite Grill). The sign-up sheet is located in a binder on the desk of the library at the MountainView Clubhouse during the six days preceding play. Sign up not later than 9:00 a.m. on Monday, the day before you wish to play. Play begins promptly at 6:45 p.m., so please arrive about 6:30. The fee is $1.50 per person.
More information: Dean Werstler (825-9057) or David Lamb (825-2439)
Want to go to Heaven? We Can Help! Would you like to study the Bible, interact, and enjoy Christian fellowship with other men? If so, join our MEN'S BIBLE STUDY (MBS). MBS meets in SaddleBrooke most Fridays, 9:00 - 10:30 AM (Oct. through May)
Join us Friday at 8:00
AM in the Mesquite Grill at MountainView
for breakfast/coffee & fellowship. Then at 9:00
AM we go to the Ocotillo Room, MountainView clubhouse, for nondenominational Bible study. (click here for full details).
We welcome all men regardless of their previous affiliations or experiences. For additional information, call Paul Vincent Volpe (818-9174) or Bill Pohnert (825-7862)
Check out our class schedule, see a free sample of an online class or get answers to common questions on our website: www.saddlebrookecc.org Membership applications, class enrollment, payment options and contact information are available here as well.
Monday Mixers We welcome all past and new putting players. Putting starts at 3:30 PM on Mondays, but come at 3 PM for the first event for sign in and practice. This is an extremely laid back fun event where we putt for 45-60 minutes then enjoy socializing with friends.
Steve and Debi Truesdale: 346-225-3775 | email@example.com Tom and Linda Carr: 712-251-1731 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Not Dance ? Ball Room Dance Lessons Offered Tuesdays & Wednesdays
in HOA1 Vermilion Room for residents of SaddleBrooke.
No sign up required. Questions? Contact Walter: email@example.com
Dance Schedule: Tuesdays 1pm-2pm - Instruction | 2pm-3pm - Open Dance for all residents
Wednesdays 12 noon - Open Dance for all residents | 1pm - Instruction
SADDLEBROOKE ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCERS If you like to have great exercise and lots of fun and camaraderie, try English Country Dancing! We meet every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the Vermilion Room at SaddleBrooke One or the Craft Room #3 SaddleBrooke One if the Vermilion isn’t available. Wear comfortable clothes and preferably low-heeled leather-soled shoes. There is no charge for the classes – just come and enjoy! For further information contact: Enid Fowler (520) 818-1932 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org OR Kay White: (520)818-9482 e-mail: email@example.com
On February 19 we'll start a basic
American Tango series of 3 classes.
Feb. 19, 26, and March 5 at 2 pm in the Vermilion Room. Monday classes are free.
Please note: No Monday class the 2nd Monday of the month due to Bingo.
. February we are teaching
Bolero, a slow, sweeping romantic dance. This is 10:00 am Thursdays in the Vermilion Room. We charge $5 per couple for Thursday class. Each couple will receive a practice music CD and a step-sheet of the dance steps being taught.
For information about Latin Dance Club activities, membership or our popular dance instruction DVDs, call 818-0604 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ~ Jeanny & Wally Mara, Instructors since 2005
SADDLEBROOKE SQUARES SQUARE DANCE CLUB SQUARE DANCE LESSONS *REFRESHER DANCES CLUB DANCES Want to learn how to square dance? Know the calls already but need refreshing? Tuesday nights 7pm MV ballroom Club dances every Thursday, 7pm MV ballroom
For details: www.saddlebrookesquares.com or call Bob White at 520-818-9482
The Digital Photography Club of Saddlebrooke (DIGS) The Digital Photography Club of Saddlebrooke is open to any resident of Saddlebrooke who has an interest in taking their photography to the next level, both in the field and in the digital darkroom. We also sponsor several special interest groups for those with interest in wildlife photography, field trips, critique sessions and photo editing with Adobe Lightroom and PhotoShop.
Photographers with all levels of photographic experience are welcome. Check out our website here or contact Nelson Rodriguez (email@example.com) for meeting information & upcoming programs.
For info on joining our club, please contact Treasurer Sharon Cotter: firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet the second Tuesday each month at 3:30 PM at the Activities Center at 64518 Galveston Ln. Guests are welcome. Visit our website to learn about events & actions in SaddleBrooke & the Tucson area. There are lots of opportunities to get involved!
The SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club
Meets 1st Thursday of each month 1:00 PM in the Coyote Room
The horseshoe pits are located in SaddleBrooke between the softball field & the Edwin Rd. wall. Official play is Tuesday & most Wednesdays at 9AM during the winter
, 7:00 AM in the summer. Some people play Friday morning. Or play when you have the urge. The black horseshoe equipment box can be opened with your homeowner’s pool key. All we ask is that you sign a waiver sheet (in the box/leave in the box) before using the equipment. If you decide to become a member, a $10 donation is requested.
Come. Relive your youth!
Contacts: Joe Florito - 818-0363 or Don Stone - 818-1693
S a d d l e b r o o k e K n i t W i t s Do you enjoy knitting or crocheting? Want to learn and share new ideas and patterns? Knit or Crochet for several charities near our community? Our members meet every Wednesday morning from 9-11:30am at HOA1, Arts & Crafts Room 3 & 4. Join us during our social knitting time each week, where we share ideas, learn new techniques and make new friends.
We would love to have you join our membership.
All Saddlebrooke HOA 1 & 2 residents, renters and their guests are welcomed.
Annual dues are $12. Stop by any Wednesday with your questions,
or you can reach us at email@example.com
The SaddleBrooke Links Players meet for golf every Thursday & for Fellowship Forum every other Thursday at the HOA1 Coyote North room,
starting with Fellowship at 10AM (topics cover living right today) followed by golf.
For those interested in Radio Controlled Model Aviation (including Model Airplanes and Drones). Come join us for breakfast and comradery every Wednesday morning at 8:00 AM in the Roadrunner Grill. Our flying days are Tue, Sat, and Sun. Whether you are new to RC models or a seasoned flyer – all are welcome – we teach flying and flight safety. http://tricitymodelers.com/
SaddleBrooke Paper Crafters Club Our objective is to share ideas & techniques in rubber stamping & paper crafting while creating friendships. We meet at 1PM the 2nd Wednesday each month in the HOA1 Arts & Crafts Room #4, and we also have monthly Saturday workshops taught by a member or a visiting artist.
All SaddleBrooke Residents are welcome to join. Annual dues are $20.
Contact Sharon Scanlan: 825-5367 or Opal Larkin: 825-4062
Monthly event: pick-up of gently used CLEAN towels, linens, blankets, flat sheets and pet supplies such as carriers and pet food. Clean pet beds & prescription containers are also needed. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-548-7861 to arrange the pick-up. Please contact us at least one full day before the requested pick-up date so that we can arrange the most efficient schedule. Just place it in your drive-way on the day of pick-up and we do the rest. Next Pick-up Friday, March 2nd email@example.com
Pinochle Group We meet every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9:30am-12:30pm, at HOA 1 in the Javelina Room, across from Agave Lounge. Both double deck partners and single deck auction are played. Both men and woman are invited.
SB Plant-Based Nutrition Support Group Are you curious about starting a whole food, plant-based lifestyle? Do you want to know how to lead a healthier life & help save the environment? Come to one of our meetings or potlucks, meet members & hear their journeys toward a better way of life. Our next meeting is Wed, February 21 at 4 pm, Coyote Room, HOA #1. Call Sharon (808-292-4164) or Sandy (763-753-9432) for further information.
Monthly meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, in Ballroom East, Mountain View Clubhouse. Guest speakers have included Dr. Zhudi Jasser, representatives from Border Patrol, the NRA, County Sheriff, County Attorney, County Supervisor, State Reps, Senator, & many more.
See our website: sbrc1.org
ROTARY CLUB OF SADDLEBROOKE Agave Front Lounge - SaddleBrooke One
Thursdays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Feb 22: Steve Groth "SaddleBrooke Community Outreach"
SaddleBrooke Rotary is packed with energetic volunteers. Many came together in Rotary to assist schools in Oracle, San Manuel, Mammoth, Catalina, & Nogales. Our club provides youth leadership training, funds college scholarships, & supports Ronald McDonald House & Make a Wish Foundation. If you like giving back and working with a team of like-minded professionals, Rotary may be for you. For more information or to join us for a Thursday lunch, call Neil Deppe at 297-4858
SaddleBrooke Silversmith & Lapidary Club Meets Wednesdays and Fridays 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the Turquoise Room at Mountainview Arts and Crafts Center. We welcome experiences as well as beginners.
Stop in any Wednesday or Friday find out more about us.
SaddleBrooke Singles Club SaddleBrooke singles (male & female) meets formally once a month to plan a variety of activities in which members can participate as a group. If single in SaddleBrooke and interested in joining us, please contact David Dodd (firstname.lastname@example.org - 520-954-5944)
Saddlebrooke Stroke/ Neurological Support Group
Inviting all those, who are going through the daily physical and emotional times of helping their loved ones maintain their dignity of life, to come to our monthly lunch meetings for the support from open, free discussion on how to help not only their loved ones, but themselves, the care-giver.
Luncheons are 3rd Friday of month. Reservation must be made RSVP: Janine Wahlfeld 619-838-7080 or email@example.com OR Myra Knapp firstname.lastname@example.org.
SADDLEBROOKE SUNRISE ROTARY Come for lunch & enjoy the fun. Join a group of Rotarians on Thursdays
at MountainView Country Club, Catalina Room at 12PM. This is a wonderful way to meet new friends & listen to great speakers. Learn how you can give back to your community.
BE A GIFT TO THE WORLD! For more information, contact Ron Lenz: email@example.com | 262-358-0130
Tennis players, SaddleBrooke Tennis Club wants you !
For more information, call the tennis center (825-0255) or Connie Kacer (825-7585)
We look forward to meeting you and seeing you on the courts!
SaddleBrooke Western Heritage Preservation Club
Next meeting is Friday, Feb. 23rd, 6:00 PM at the HOA #1 Activity Center Our featured resource persons for this meeting are The Wall-Eyed Moles See http://wall-eyedmoles.com/music/ for details and music videos.
To defray expenses for this event a $10 cash donation PP for Club Members, and $13 for non-Members, will be collected at the door. To make reservations for this event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 850-5636. Your may bring your own drinks and snacks to the Activity Center.
Women on Our Own
for single women in non-committed relationships
Make new friends & participate in fun activities!
If interested, contact Lynn Crookes LCrookes54@gmail.com, 433-9759.
World War II Club Roundtable We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:000pm in the Sonoran Room at the Mountainview Clubhouse, to discuss all aspects of WW II, from the major battles such as the Battle of the Bulge to the eﬀects on the home-front such as the military draft or how food rationing changed our eating habits. Recent topics include: Germany’s invasion of Russia, The Allied bombing of Germany, the uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto, and how the Spanish Civil War influenced WW II.
All SaddleBrooke residents are welcome.
Contact Steve Reggentin for more info: 465-0909
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please contact Julia Huff: email@example.com The deadline for submission is Tuesday of each week.
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Monday Message for the Week of February 19, 2018
· Next HOA 2 Board – February 20th – 11:00am – DesertView Theater.
· The New sbhoa2.org Website is GOING LIVE 3/1/2018 – Townhalls will be held on 3/1 at 3:00pm and 3/2 at 10:00 am to introduce the new website.
· Finance Committee: We are looking for an individual who has had a professional career in Investment Management. Anyone with this background and interested in serving our community is asked to contact Barry homer 400-0536 firstname.lastname@example.org or Hank Greenleaf 770-0994 email@example.com
· From ALC - Architectural and Landscaping Committee Permit is required for all alterations to the exterior of your residence and for hardscape and landscaping changes. Planting of bushes does not require a Permit. Hardscape changes include construction of walls, patios, fireplaces, firepits, BBQ’s, walkways, retaining walls and similar projects. Exterior changes to your residence include changes to doors, windows, installation of gates, various screens, painting of your house, building of garage extensions, room additions, casitas and similar projects. When work requiring a Permit is undertaken without obtaining an ALC Permit, fines begin at $125.00.
· The Community Circle Players proudly present >>The_Mafioso_Murders Live Dinner TheatreApril 12, 13, 14 and 15, and will be bringing mobsters, moles, murder and bootleg hooch to the MountainView Ballroom for your entertainment. At the end of the performance you will be asked to help solve “who dun it” and prizes will be awarded. Tickets $49.
· Event Tickets may be purchased at the Administration Office, Monday through Friday from 8am–3:30pm. Call 825-2818 or on-line at http://www.dvpac.net/<<Click here for all shows
· Banquet Events:Contact our Banquet Manager, Liz Lawson, at 825-7382 to book your event.Click Here for More Info >> Events & Banquets
· Aqua Classes:If the temperature is less than 40 degrees at 8am, class will be cancelled. Call DesertView Fitness for information, 818-1300 .
New 2018 Classes & Workshops:
To see all the things Fitness has going on listed below please click Here >>Fitness ProgramsLog-In may be necessary
· DesertView Fitness Center Open House – Wednesday, February 21st 9am – 1pm
· Move It Monday
· Fitness PreHab
· Pilates – Wednesday 11:00am
· Balance - Flexibility - Thursdays 10:00am
· Chair Yoga Express
· Vinyasa Flow Yoga - $7 per class
· Zumba Gold - $15 for 3 classes or $7 for 1 class Tuesday & Wednesday
· Flexibility-Mobility-Stretching Workshop – March 5th & 12th
· Foam Rolling Workshop – Feb 26th
· EZ Riders – Indoor Cycling
· Fitness Schedule – February
Fitness Classes must be pre-paid if not using charging privileges. To pre-pay for classes go to the Administration Office or DesertView Fitness Center.
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