Category: July 2017

New Pinnacle Fitness Center now under construction

Sherry Jackson, RCI Corporate Communications Development has begun on a new, multi-million dollar fitness facility at Robson Ranch Texas. The 9,500 sq. ft. under one roof building, Pinnacle Fitness Center, will be located next to the resort-style pool and will feature the latest cardio and weight machines. Treadmills, bikes and elliptical machines will have individual…

Happy Birthday to you!

Cecile was “arrested!” Read about her “crime.”

Robson Rancher arrested Paula Bone How does one celebrate a birthday? Answer: with friends, cake and candles. But some people are more unconventional than others. Cecile Carroll recently celebrated her birthday in handcuffs in a restaurant surrounded by friends. Cecile was surprised with a birthday luncheon at Portofino’s in Krum. Caught totally off-guard, Cecile entered…

Kiwanis Club rewards student excellence

Jane Onwuegbuchu, majoring in nursing

Vicki Baker and Jim Galbraith The Kiwanis Club Robson Ranch was thrilled to announce the recipients of its 2017 Foundation Scholarships. Since 2009, 18 TWU college students have been awarded scholarships totaling $15,000. This year there were 14 strong candidates for consideration. In addition to club members Ralph Bunker, Ellen Cheshire and Barbara Anderson, the…

Photo Club explores crime scene photography

Our speaker Donna Krouskup, left, with her colleague Gina Riley

Dave Loomis The Robson Ranch Photo Club welcomed Donna Krouskup and her associate, Gina Riley, both crime scene investigators for the Denton Police Department, to speak at our monthly general membership meeting on June 19. Room 102 of the CATC was full of members and guests interested in learning about crime scene photography and some…

Kiwanis Club helps others get a clean start

Kiwanis Club collects personal care products for Interfaith Ministries.

Vicki Baker We’ve all done it. You stay in a hotel and pack away the unused complementary toiletries. Then slowly but surely your home toiletry stash begins to look like a CVS Pharmacy. Don’t fret. Kiwanis Club has the perfect solution! Donate these unused toiletries so that individuals in need can benefit from your inventory…

Potluck Club Round Robin – Safari dinner

Genny and Ralph Bunker, Denny Anderson, Cheryl and Ray Lubojacky

Bren McKenzie Approximately 54 members participated in the RR Potluck Club’s annual Safari Dinner. The event began with appetizers at the homes of Denny and Nancy Anderson, Scott and Vicki Baker and CT Robertson and Bren McKenzie. The members then traveled to the main course hosted by Harold and Susan Codianne, Norm and Bee Bender,…

WGA Match Play Invitational

First Place Team

Sallye Ortiz After watching another brilliant sunrise from the Wildhorse Golf Club practice area on Monday, May 22, 72 WGA and MGA golfers began the 10th annual WGA Match Play tournament. The players had attended a pairings party at Mike and Sue Miloser’s home on the previous Thursday evening where names were drawn for the…

Wine Knots not!

The Wine Knots in tasting mode

Randall Johnston On Friday evening, May 26, the Wine Knots group was hosted by Tom and Kathy Zumann. The evening was about change; in other words the specialty of the night was not wine but samples of martinis. The group started with a happy welcome back to Barry and Diane Williams and welcoming and introductions…

Pastor’s Corner

Jim Mann Last month was graduation time, a time for sage advice from renowned speakers. But I was thinking Everything You Really Need to Know, You Learned in Kindergarten. 1. Listen to the teacher: her job is to teach, protect us and keep us from eating the glue. 2. Pay attention in class: if we…

Witness the Fitness with Living Well Walkabout

Vicki Baker We all know that walking is great exercise for all ages, but a walk can be a lot more than just physical exercise. On the morning of July 15 walkers in the three-mile Living Well Walkabout not only reaped healthy benefits to the body but also discovered it was the perfect low-impact way…