Category: May 2020

Material Girls Club Donates over 4,000 Masks

Sandi Price

Sandi Price The Material Girls Club at Robson Ranch (RR) Texas has been sewing masks … a lot of masks. To date, we have donated over 4,100 masks. Our goal is 5,000. There are 75 volunteers led by coordinator Sandi Price. Material Girls Club members make up 95% of the volunteers. The rest are Robson residents.…

Ready, Set, Go!

Don Pooley By the time you read this article, we all hope that activities will have returned to Robson Ranch. Of course, our favorite activity is table tennis. Our normal play sessions are in the gym on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from noon to 2:30 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to noon, and in the multipurpose room on…

Memory Box

Joey Misiaszek Boyce Irwin is a name synonymous with box making. About six years ago, Boyce started a project to create the Beads of Courage boxes for the Children’s Hospital for terminally ill children. Each child would receive a different bead based on their treatment and the child would keep them in paper bags or…

Word of the Month: Obsequious & Sycophant

David Zapatka Friends and readers Randi and Jim Nulty write, “We enjoyed your April WOTM column. Randi once scored a triple word in Scrabble using the word ‘pismire.’ I think it was 70+points. We have never forgotten the word or its definition.” I suspect many of our readers are Scrabble players. I’ve always enjoyed that…

Teapot Time

Carolyn Detjen The focus for Happy Potters articles in the Pioneer Press always has been for me to inform you with the facts of our creative busyness. However, with the shutdown caused by COVID-19, we are not scurrying around these days in our wonderful workroom. So, I thought that I would cruise down memory lane and give…

COVID-19: Objectives for the Future

Lynn Stucky, DVM, Texas State Representative Calls. Emails. DMs. In the past two months, the amount of information I have received and delivered to constituents, state agencies, fellow lawmakers, and my family has given me a broad perspective on how COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of our lives. This is personal, regardless of whether…

Welcome New Neighbors

Robson Ranch welcomes the following new homeowners to the Ranch: John and Eileen Banke, Michael Braam, Marc and Bonnie Busboom, Barbara Dolan, James Draper, Bob and Kathy Duda, Shawn and Teri Griffith, Joanne Hart, Doug Jones, Barbara Murry, Ty and Katharine Nelson, Tucker and Margaret Olander, Mike and Sherry Pate, Stephen and Karen Rynn, and…

Robson Ranch Women’s Club Home and Garden Show Rescheduled to July 18

These vendors have been with us throughout our rescheduling! Please show your appreciation by supporting their businesses. Attic/Storage Units Daylight Rangers; Safe Lifts; Yellow Door Storage Bank UMB Cars & Carts Adventure Golf Cars; Grapevine Golf Cars; Shine It Auto Detail Electrical/Plumbing/Heating and Air BCI Mechanical; Ferguson Electric Fun Stuff Gypsy Caravan; KL Wiles Handmade…

Lady Niners Adapt to a New Normal—Life Without Golf

WLN Communications As we all faced a new enemy, COVID-19, Robson Lady Niners found sheltering in place meant life without golf for 30 days. Yes, it was a new normal, but a necessary one and we found many ways to keep ourselves occupied and time to pray for those afflicted with the virus. When Craig…

Music Around the Fairway

Dave Parker What do you do when everyone is under orders to shelter at home? Jay and Linda Vandenbree came up with “music around the fairway.” Jay sent out an email to everyone that had patios facing hole no. 2 north asking for one favorite song from each household. He then put together a 2.5-hour…