On Wednesday, July 1st, Club Rancho Sahuarita hosted a Grand Opening for its new kitchen and flex space. The event was attended by roughly 750 residents, and included tours, entertainment, food and drinks. Residents who were unable to attend the grand opening are invited to stop by the Clubhouse to check out the new space, and to attend any of the exciting events over the next two weeks included as part of the larger Grand Opening celebration, (more information available here).
On July 3rd, the skies above Sahuarita will light up with the glow of the Town’s own fireworks show. The show, which is just a small part of a larger event made possible by many partners: including the Town of Sahuarita, Rural/Metro Fire Department, Sahuarita Police Department and Rancho Sahuarita. The event will also include lots of other exciting activities before the fireworks show, including:
-"Whatever Floats Your Boat" Competition* (6:30 p.m. [Registration at 6:00 p.m.])
Sahuarita Unified School District has wrapped up a school year filled with student, faculty and school-wide successes.
The beginning of the 2014-2015 school year was marked by a budget override election, held in Nov. of last year. The Maintenance & Operations override, which supports programs like athletics, career & technical education, and the arts, received an extension by Sahuarita voters. By a slim margin, the extension to continue the existing Capital Outlay override was voted d...
Sahuarita Food Bank is organizing a new way for Rancho Sahuarita residents to make a difference in their community.
The Food Neighbors Project is a brand new effort to support the Food Bank that’s unlike any food drive you’ve done before. Instead of asking for one-time donations of food, the Food Neighbors Project is recruiting people to become long-term food donors.
The program enlists people who want to give small amounts of food to the Food Bank every two months. With enough people ...
Excerpted from "Green Homes Are So 2010: The Future Is Wellness Communities," which originally appeared on Realtor.com. View the full Realtor.com article here.
Arizona is usually associated with retirees and spa retreats, not millennials. So when developers planned Rancho Sahuarita with the intent to draw young families looking for a healthy lifestyle, surely there were skeptics. But this 3,000-acre community—with its 17 miles of bike paths and 15-acre lake, just 9 miles south of Tucs...