SAVE THESE DATES A bulk trash pickup has been scheduled for April 14th A shredding event has been scheduled for April 21st More details will be sent soon.
REMINDER, Regarding MAIL TUBES Rules & Regulations Section 16.D : All material placed in tubes must be identified by either the name of the sanctioned club or organization or the name and address of the homeowner distributing the material. Anonymous material is not allowed.
The SaddleBrooke Dog Park Speakers Series Presents…
Ask the Veterinarian Featuring Dr. Allison Haydt Mesquite Veterinary Hospital Thursday March 22 (Doors open at 3:30) Presentation 4 PM Mountain View Ballroom click here for flyer
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
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
* 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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