Yours and many of those less fortunate. All the profits of the Goose go to supporting SaddleBrooke Community Outreach and IMPACT of Southern Arizona. Finally, a way to get back more than you g… Read more

The results of HOA1’s recent homeowner survey was released on Monday, May 23. In that survey, owners were asked, “Are you in favor of strategic discussions and investigations that could, over … Read more

The Jewish Friendship Group has had an active and rewarding season. We were able to meet in person for all activities which allowed new members to join us. Read more

What better way to beat the heat than to curl up with a good book set in a cold climate? Your SaddleBrooke Community Libraries offer a variety of Fiction and Nonfiction books to enjoy during t… Read more

Wagon-masters Don and Denise Gosselink, and co-wagon-masters, Dan and Andrea Stephans guided our spring trip to Phoenix. This cultural adventure was delayed due to closed venues. We were all d… Read more

Senior Village volunteers hosted a household chemicals and electronics recycle collection event on Saturday, April 23 in HOA2’s MountainView parking lot. SaddleBrooke residents dropped off eno… Read more

This year, SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network’s annual Fashion Show and Luncheon will be held at the HOA#1 Clubhouse on Wednesday, November 30 and Thursday, December 1. Watch for notice of ticket… Read more

It's all about flags, fathers and good ole summertime fun at the Goose in June! Find that perfect gift for dad and celebrate Flag Day in style! Don't miss our second $5 clothing bag sale the w… Read more

The Jewish Friendship Group held their traditional Second Night of Passover Seder on Saturday, April 16. A huge Thank You goes to Sam Horowitz, Mark Schwartz and Susan Kravitz for leading us i… Read more

Members and guests of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke celebrated Cinco de Mayo in style at the home of Linda and John Howard. The main feature was an amazing nacho and taco bar, which included… Read more

June is Gay Pride month all over the country. On the morning of Saturday, June 28, 1969, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons rioted following a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a … Read more

The FBI estimates that financial scams cost seniors $3 billion each year, while the Federal Trade Commission puts losses closer to $36 billion. With savings, homes, and good credit – plus the … Read more

A stellar performance by the two American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 sponsored contestants who competed at the state level of the American Legion Oratorical Scholarship program on Saturday, Ma… Read more

While purchasing a book from an online service may be quick and easy, if you are a true lover of books and reading you really should browse the bookstore at the Golden Goose. Do you realize ju… Read more