SaddleBrooke One wins high praise at 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards
The Arizona Daily Star Readers' Choice Awards Ceremony was held at the Starr Pass JW Marriott on Wednesday, August 29. SaddleBrooke One was the winner of two categories: Best Master-Planned Community and Best Benefits Program. SaddleBrooke One took second place in five categories, and general manager Vivian Timian was third place in the category of best boss.
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:September 20
Regular Board Meeting : September 27, 2pm - Coyote Room
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From Pinal County Assessor's Office: Property tax bills will be in the mailbox soon. If you have questions about your property valuation, call the Assessor's office. If you have questions about the tax bill itself, call the Treasurer's office. Both can be reached by dialing 311.
Golden Goose Fashion Show and Walkathon Registration
The 22st annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Walkathon will be held on Saturday, October 27th. Plan now to participate and enhance the lives of many children in nearby communities. The event raises funds for SBCO’s many programs, including Kids’ Closet, Teen Closet, educational opportunities, and food donations to the Tri-Community Food Bank.
Registration for the Walkathon opens on Monday, September 24th following the SBCO General Meeting. This meeting, which features the “Golden Goose Fashion Show,” will be held at 3:00 PM at the MountainView ballroom. Beginning on October 1st, walkers can register every Monday through Friday between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm at the SBCO office at Suite L in the Minit Market plaza.
Music Mends Minds Please join us--bring your loved ones who have any form of neurodegenerative disease and friends who are looking to help. VOLUNTEERS RESTORE THE RHYTHM OF LIFE! It's Free ! 1:00-2:00 pm ~ October 10 & 31, November 7 & 14 West Ballroom at HOA#2 Community Service Project of the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club
Free Services Available for Pinal Residents Saturday, Sept. 29 in HOA1 Clubhouse, Coyote Rm. 10:00-noon Director of Independent Living Services for Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens will speak to our community regarding the many services available to our community. Please come to this important informational forum. Be prepared for what many of us will be experiencing, possibly needing, at any time.
The Gardeners Exchange of SaddleBrooke Ranch in conjunction with the SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners welcomes you to attend “Everything you Wanted to Know About Desert Bees but Were Afraid to Ask” by Dr. Stephen Buchmann,” adjunct professor in the Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona on Thurs, Sept 20 at MountainView Ballroom, SaddleBrooke at 1 pm.
Dr. Buchmann has authored almost 200 scientific publications and 11 books, including his latest book "The Reason for Flowers," Simon & Schuster publisher. Copies of this and other of his books will be available for sale. Cash or checks accepted. As a specialist in the study of the interactions of bees and their flowers, especially buzz pollination, Dr. Buchmann will discuss bee diversity, what is a bee, how bees make their livings, threats to bees and what homeowners can do to help conserve and protect bees. Also learn more about killer bees.
No registration needed. Open seating. For more information, please contact Margaret Larmour, at email@example.com or 520-307-2100.
SADDLEBROOKE ARTISANS FALL ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR Saturday, November 3rd, 9am-3pm
Your talented friends and neighbors of HOA1, HOA2, including The Preserve 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 (in Mini Mart near Bank of the West)
2nd Friday each month, 10am-Noon 4th Tuesday each month, 2-4pm
Bring your needles, syringes. Place any prescription pills in plastic bags. Containers
should be thrown away, labels removed. 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)
SENIOR VILLAGE PUTTERS AND BOCCE RESUME IN SEPTEMBER
Now that the weather is starting to cool and turn into refreshing fall days, members of Senior Village can once again enjoy outdoor activities. Our monthly putters and bocce groups will be back in action starting September. Not only do these sports offer social interaction, they are also beneficial for both mental and physical health.
Jot these dates on your calendars and come join the fun! PUTTERS: Second Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am. Location: Caddy Shack off Ridgeview. For information, contact Sandy Suwyn 818-1553 or BJ Murray 425-533-1409
BOCCE: Third Wednesday of the month from 1:00-2:00 pm. Location: By the HOA1 by tennis courts. For information, contact Lois Violanti at 520-818-1880
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SOMETHING MISSING IN YOUR LIFE?
Join us on Friday morning as we explore the Word of God to learn what He would like us to be and to do. Discussion, fellowship and study are at the heart of our gatherings.
Join us for breakfast at 8:00 AM in the Mesquite Grill at MountainView for relaxed fellowship. Had breakfast by that time? Then join us for our study and discussion at 9:00 AM in the Ocotillo Room, HOA2 MountainView Clubhouse.
WHAT: Study and discussion of God’s Word.
WHERE: Ocotillo Room, MountainView Country Club.
WHEN: 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Every Friday
For additional information call Jay Hansen at 520-271-8542 or Dr. Bill Pohnert at 825-7862
Join the Barbershop Singers
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.
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Resurrection at SaddleBrooke Church Beginning October 7th, church services will be at 9:00 am and 10:30 am.
Cookies and coffee will be between 10-10:30 am.
If you have any questions, please call Judy at 818-6758
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.
Sept 13: Speaker: Tim Kanavel, Economic Development Manager, Pinal County
If this sounds of interest to you, come join us for lunch at the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. For more information contact Wendy Guyton at 404-5712 or email@example.com
If you have never line danced before, SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club (SBLDC) is offering a special
3 Week Class for Newcomers on Fridays, beginning
October 19, October 26, and November 9, 2018 from 10:45 am – 12:00 pm. The class is limited to 20 newcomers. All we ask is that you join our club for a membership fee of ONLY $10.00. This fee covers the annual membership for 2018, as well as all workshops, program sessions and social events. The Club provides workshops and programs for Beginners (Level 1), Improver (Level 2) and Intermediate (Level 3). All sessions are taught by member volunteers who have years of experience. For more information about our club, please check our website sbldc.weebly.com. Contact Dorothy Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the 3-week class for newcomers.
SADDLEBROOKE STROKE/NEUROLOGICAL SUPPORT GROUP All care-givers of neurologically impaired loved ones
please join us for sharing of information and support
Friday, Sept.21st, 11:30-1pm, Preserve Clubhouse, Room #1. Lunch is available from the standard menu, to be consumed at meeting. Necessary to notify management of number attending
PLEASE RSVP BY WED.SEPT.19th to Marilyn Sellers 818-0965 or email@example.com Looking forward to seeing many of you. We are here to give support, education during this difficult period of time
SaddleBrooke Western Heritage Preservation Club
The 284 member SWHP Club will resume meetings
in September with 14 meetings planned through April 2019.
Our web site (www.swhpclub.org) provides information regarding
club membership, mission and a meeting schedule. Every meeting features live entertainment, either western music and/or cowboy poetry.
Meetings are held at either the HOA #1 Activity Center or HOA #2 Mesquite Grill.
Club dues are $10 per household.
Contact Al Mollenkopf: firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-5636
for information and a membership application.
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