SaddleBrooke walking for community

The sixteenth annual Walkathon was held on Sat. Oct. 16 in SaddleBrooke.

The fundraiser for SaddleBrooke Community Outreach benefits many communities in eastern Pinal County. The walk consisted of two distances one was 3.25 miles and the Half Walk was 1.5 miles.

The walks both started at and ended at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse where everyone then enjoyed a great breakfast. Walkers from SaddleBrooke, Catalina,OroValley,Tucson, San Manuel and other areas participated in the walk.

Mammoth-San Manuel School district brought a bus down filled with kids and faculty for the event. SaddleBrooke Community Outreach through its programs especially Kids’ Closet and Teen Closet has greatly benefitted the Tri-Community,OracleSchool DistrictandMammoth-SanManuelSchool District.

Their programs reach out to many communities including Catalina, Oro Valley, San Manuel, Mammoth, Oracle, Dudleyville, Kearny, Superior and San Carlos.

This year’s Grand Marshals were Maggie DeBlock, President and Paula Morgan, V.P. Kids’ Closet. Thank you SaddleBrooke Community Outreach for all that you do!

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