Nine and Dine first golf outing of 2015

Third place was awarded to Jackie and Donald Maurer and Karen and Don Skokan. First place winners were Jo and Bob Leenhouts and Deb and Larry Nortunen. The Wildhorse Lady…

Dance Club “Sock Hop”

The Sock Hop band The R.R. Ballroom was full of nostalgia for the Dance Club’s “Sock Hop” on April 10. From poodle skirts and rolled up jeans to hula hoops…

USTA Robson Ranch Women’s Tennis Team news

Pictured during a match in April, left to right: Linda Grandfield, Joyce Kain, Captain Catherine Bass, Pat Weber, Co-captain Dee Dale, Elaine Barnett, Marcia Harnly and Patrice Forsyth. Not pictured are team members Elizabeth Tesoriero, Sandy DeVincenzo, Paula Hemingway and Doris Wilson.

The current Robson Ranch Woman’s Tennis team is a 3.5 adult league (no age restrictions but you must be 21). We play three lines of doubles and two lines of singles. Teams in our division are Colleyville City Park, Bryan Nelson, Denton Country Club, Highland Shores, Lifetime Fitness in Colleyville, Richland Hills Tennis Center (two…

Robson Ranch Writers’ Guild plans expansion

Writers provide constructive criticism for each other.

Are you a writer? Is your mind full of stories about work or family? Do you share your stories with perfect strangers? Do you want to write but don’t know how to begin? Have you published articles, a novel, a short story, even poetry? This month the Robson Ranch Writers’ Guild will start its second…

The “BIG” Adventure

Left to right, front row: LT Bryant, Mary Bryant and Scott Baker; back row: Mike Moore, Andy McConnell and Doug Henderson, arriving at the McDonald Observatory preparing for the Twilight Party.

Scott Baker The adjective “big” does not fully identify what you witness in this “big” state, with a “big” sky, covering such a “big” landscape. Big Bend National Park in West Texas is the definition of all of these things. Scott Baker, Andy McConnell, LT and Mary Bryant and Doug Henderson from Robson Ranch travelled…

Road Runners Tour Tyler during the Azalea Festival

Judy Harris, Barbara Roberts, Susan Parker and Geils Hegranes touring azalea gardens in the rain.

Peggy Crandell On a cloudy and rainy Saturday morning 44 Road Runners with umbrellas in hand, set out to view the spring azaleas in Tyler. Well there weren’t any azaleas, at least none in bloom. However, along with touring the city where we saw and learned about some of the grand historic homes and their…

Water Volleyball at the Ranch

Four teams working on two courts

Scott Baker It must be Thursday or Sunday evening because it is now water volleyball time. The indoor pool has a siren call to the group of individuals that come here to play a water sport where it is possible for everyone to get involved and have fun. The main rule is to have fun,…

Photography Club hosts renowned speaker May 18

Close Encounters

Shirley Waterhouse The Photography Club will again host a world class speaker. Steve Kozak will judge and critique club member submitted photos on May 18 at 7:00 p.m. in room 104 of the CATC building. Steve has authored numerous books, produced instructional DVDs, hosted photographic adventures and is a sought-after speaker all across the United…