We are a group of SaddleBrooke residents, who, according to our organizational charter “believe in the responsible search for truth and meaning and in the application of reason and science to the understanding of the universe and the solving of human problems. We believe that tolerance, compassion, equity and civility should characterize the interaction among peace-loving persons and organizations.”
Where do we meet?
The Freethinkers currently have two meeting venues:
MountainView Ballroom is at 38759 S. MountainView Blvd off of SaddleBrooke Blvd.
HOA#1 Activity Center is at 64518 E. Galveston Lane. From the intersection of SaddleBrooke and Ridgeview Blvds. head south on Ridgeview about one block to E. Idlewind Dr., turn left on to Idlewind and drive to the end of the street, then turn left on S. Samaniego Dr. to the end of the block where you will see the Activity Center. Parking is limited with no parking on the street. It is recommended to park in the main parking lot near the Bocce courts and walk down the pathway to the Activity Center Click to see MAP
When do we meet?
Generally, we meet the fourth Sunday of the month, October through April. Programs begin at 10:00 AM with a coffee social starting at 9:30 AM. Check upcoming programs as dates and times may change depending on speaker availability.
To ask questions or and get on the Saddlebrooke Freethinkers mailing list, contact the webmaster at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive announcements and program schedules.
While all SaddleBrooke residents are welcome to our programs, a $2 donation is suggested to cover administrative costs. Membership dues are $10 per calendar year which entitle member to member only events and no suggested donations at meetings.
Board of Directors for 2018:
President: Barbara Starrett; Vice-President: Mel Durchslag;Treasurer: Sue Ayers; Secretary: George Kramer; Volunteer Coordinator: Rhoda Kaplan; Publicity: Rolly Prager; Membership: Fran Berman: Members at Large: Boyd Bosma, Bonnie Buntain, George Citron, Rich Miller, Rich Reiner and Nile Vernon.