Sassy Stampers: Operation Baby Shower

JoAnn Gantos In the last few years, the Sassy Stampers Club has participated in the Support Our Troops—Operation Baby Shower. Although, this year with COVID-19, we do not have all…

Lady Niners Restart Their Season

Candy Conway-Mikulik, Sandy Thompson, Dee Kamerman, and Renee Kowalski WLN Communications With new standards for golf finally released, PGA Director of Wildhorse Golf, Craig Pullen, opened the course for organized…

Graceland Ninjaz Show & Dinner Postponed

Graceland Ninjaz Show & Dinner will be on Saturday, Aug. 22; lobby bar opens 6 p.m.; doors open 6:30 p.m.; dinner starts 7 p.m.; show starts 7:45 p.m.; cost $40/person;…

Champions Rotary Club Installs New Officers June 24

David Everly The officers are (left to right): Vice President Roger Shady, Treasurer Don Fryer, President Justin Lansdowne, President-Elect Lisa Dyer, Sergeant-at-Arms Justin Lemish, and Robert Crawford, out-going president. Not…

Robson Ranchers Donate 8,373 Masks

Marguerite Rose and Sandi Price The Material Girls Club whizzed past their goal of 5,000 masks with a final total of 8,373 masks made in 54 days. In the beginning, Marguerite Rose, founder of the club, commented, “I doubt you’ll get 100 masks made.” After all the masks were completed, she joked, “If you had…

Yard of the Month

Glen and Glenda Carr have the June Yard of the Month.

Theresa Peoples The home of Glen and Glenda Carr was nominated as the June Yard of the Month. Please drive by 9620 Crestview Dr. to see this lovely yard. Glenda and Glen do all their own gardens and even brought plants from Odessa, Texas, when they moved here.

Raku Pottery: Worth the Wait

Raku pottery

Pat Bender Happy Potters finally headed to Farmers Branch on May 30, for their off-site raku class given by Conor Muldoon. The class was cancelled two times due to the COVID-19 shut down. The delay was worth the wait, as we once again opened the trash cans full of our raku pieces. The magic of…

Women’s Club 2020 Backpack and School Supplies Drive

Community Relations Chair Nanci Odom presents Friends of the Family backpacks and school supplies from the Women’s Club 2019 drive.

Sharon Foy The Women’s Club is excited to announce the annual Backpack and School Supplies Drive, on behalf of the Denton County Friends of the Family (DCFOF). Denton County Friends of the Family has provided safety, hope, healing, justice, and prevention for victims of domestic violence for 40 years. The Backpack and School Supplies Drive…

Flag Day Parade

Sara Lucido and Bonnie Mau It was great to get out and see friends, neighbors, and visitors outside at safe distances on an absolutely beautiful sunny, cloudless, but breezy day. The smiles, camaraderie, and laughter echoed along with bells and horns throughout the unknown but fun route led by Eric and Nancy Taschner. In less…