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March 18, 2018
Beginning March 18th, the format of this email has changed. This email is now limited to special information regarding new clubs/groups, their special activities and meeting updates.
For a complete list of sanctioned clubs and groups in SaddleBrooke One,
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If you have a new announcement for this weekly email,
please contact Julia Huff: email@example.com The deadline for submission is Tuesday of each week.
SADDLEBROOKE COIN CLUB
CELEBRATING NATIONAL COIN WEEK – APRIL 7 By Ken Marich - The SaddleBrooke Coin Club (SBCC) will be sponsoring a half day coin show on Saturday, April 7, 2018 in the Sonoran Room in the Mt. View Clubhouse. Free admission. The show will be open to the public from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The Coin Show will feature educational coin exhibits, free numismatic literature, 2018 Guide Book of United States Coins (the Official Red Book) for sale, door prizes and free coin appraisals. There will also be Proof Sets, coins, currency and tokens for sale. Members of the SBCC will be on hand to help answer your numismatic questions.
National Coin Week (NCW) is sponsored by the American Numismatic Association and began over 90 years ago. The 2018 theme is “Connecting Cultures: From Many, One.” This theme is to recognize the role of numismatics in building bridges and promoting unity and reconciliation. In addition, the purpose of NCW is to disperse numismatic knowledge, to demonstrate that coin collecting is an educational and entertaining hobby and to help people better understand the history, art and science recorded on coins. Come and see some unique coins that celebrates unity across borders.
Plan to attend the SaddleBrooke Coin Show on April 7 and see interesting coins – ancient and modern, tokens, hobo nickels, currency, and gold and silver bullion coins. The SaddleBrooke Coin Club meets the second Thursday of each month in the Sonoran Room in the Mt. View Clubhouse from 7-9pm. For more information on the coin club or the coin show contact Terry Caldwell at 719-246-1822 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ken at 520-825-1709 (kenwm77@1709).
SaddleBrooke Cold War Symposium April 12th, 1:00pm at MountainView/Ballroom East “Air Force Intelligence Operations, Vietnam to Desert Storm” by Ron Elwood, Senior Master Sergeant (USAF, Retired) click here for flyer
Partners Western Dance Classes Announcing a new series on the Arizona 2 Step, Wednesday, March 14th, at 6pm, in the Mountainview Ballroom. The series will consist of 5 classes, tuition is $40 per couple. The Arizona 2 Step, is also known as the rhythm 2 step. It is: 1, 2, 3, Tap, 1, Tap. At 7 pm we will start a 5 week series on Western Waltz, this will be intermediate Waltz steps. Tuition for this class is $40 per couple. If you completed our beginner Texas 2 step/ Waltz class, you will be fine in this class. The first week will be easy steps, then we will get into some more interesting steps.
Instructors are Jane and Stan Gromelski, we teach because we want to share the fun of dancing, we think class should be just as much fun as dancing is. If you want to participate in our class, please email: email@example.com.
SaddleBrooke Freethinkers Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 10 am (Coffee Social at 9:30 am) Buddhism in Southeast Asia HOA2 MountainView Ballroom click here for details
ROTARY CLUB OF SADDLEBROOKE Agave Front Lounge - SaddleBrooke One
Thursdays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
March 22: The speaker will be Mo Tangara, a former professional basketball player, Philanthropist, Youth motivational speaker, mentor, Basketball coach, Basketball trainer & consultant. He is also a USA Basketball Gold Coach Licensee and NCAA Basketball Certified coach. March 29: Our speaker is Maurice (Maury) Anderson. His presentation is about a program in Iowa called the Iowa Freedom Rock
Monday, April 23: 20th Annual Fore for Kids Charity Golf Tournament, 12 noon at OV Country Club
For more information or to join us for lunch, call Neil Deppe at 297-4858
The Saturday Morning Science Discussion Group is looking for new participants. This is a group of people interested in science who meet one Saturday morning a month at the Preserve to discuss various items of scientific interest. For example, we recently had a series of meetings about artificial intelligence and its impact on the future.
If you would like more information, or are interested in attending, contact Dave Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-0117
Last 3 Star Parties before the Summer Hiatus! by Rita Fletcher
Star Parties are held at the SaddleBrooke Softball Field parking lot. Please enter and exit with only your parking lights on so as not to disturb those already viewing thru member’s telescopes and binoculars. Carry a red flash light to walk to and from the viewing area safely.
Mar. 19, Mo:n 7:15-9:15pm - Moon, Mercury, Venus, Pinwheel Galaxy, double star Castor, Crab Nebula
(April Star Party has been canceled)
May 17, Thu: 7:16–8:00 pm - 3 days old Jupiter, Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
June 12, Tue: 7:31–8:00 pm - No moon Jupiter, Ring Nebula
To support the club’s efforts to bring the sky down to earth, please consider membership. We thank, YOU! Visit our public website: https://sites.google.com/view/sbskygazer/home or on the HOA 1 and 2 websites under club listings. Membership is $10 per individual for the year. Call Sam Miller at (520) 468-2525 for information. Members enjoy discounted trips, socials, used sale items, and members-only website.
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