Category: Clubs and Classes

Happy Potters are happy

Carolyn Detjen I wasn’t around when the pottery club was named. “Happy” is a curious descriptive for a club filled with vintage fossils. What? You think that is a mean thing to say? Well, I am close to being the oldest artist in the club, and I think that since I am composing this article,…

A muy bueno time at Dance Club’s fiesta

Senoritas of the fiesta.

Vicki Baker Cinco de Mayo officially commemorates the Mexican army’s improbable victory over the French in a battle in 1862. Unofficially, it was the perfect reason to throw a fiesta. And what better way to celebrate than at the Dance Club’s “Viva la Fiesta – Cinco de Mayo” Dance Party held Saturday, May 4? The…

Spotlight on Ruth Klein

Sandi Price Ruthie (as she likes to be called) is a long-time member of Material Girls. Before the Arts and Crafts Center was built, Material Girls met in the Sports Center Gym, setting up their own tables and tearing them back down under the impatient stares of the next group waiting to use the gym.…

New Baby Boomers join in the fun

Susan Parker On the third Friday of June we had several “new” Boomers join us for dinner and drinks. The new members are Don and Sharon Benzine, Suzy Karbong-Edgren and Kelly Edgren, Mike and Shelly Flatt and Dottie and Ron Hurt. Our group filled three large tables and the round table. Several Boomers walked around…

Voices United news

Voices United luncheon

Rupa Mathur The Voices United, a non-partisan group of progressive women living in Robson Ranch, held their monthly lunch meeting on Saturday, June 1. The meetings are generally held on the first Saturday of the month at the Clubhouse from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tracy Olson, president, started the meeting by welcoming three new…

The Women of Robson Ranch see ventriloquist perform

The Women of Robson Ranch were entertained by seventeen-year-old Landon Harvey, ventriloquist, at their June 3 luncheon meeting. Landon’s old friend, “Mervin,” invited Geraldine Cawle to join on him on the stage. Even though “Mervin” was an old, crotchety man, he managed to keep Geraldine on her toes and created a room full of laughter.

Republican Club elects new officers

  A new group of officers began serving the Republican Club in June. They are President Jim Linden, Vice President Paul Vicalvi, Secretary Joyce Ambre and Treasurer Amy Enloe. Jim Linden grew up in Austin and attended Texas A&M University, graduating in 1976 with a B.S. in Building Construction. He and his wife, Pat, have…

Rockin’ Red Ranchers picnic at Denton Park

Dorothy Edlund, Carol Cooley, Joyce Ambre, Betty Garner, Jennifer Rahn, Mala Bowdouris, Rosemary Simecek, Rosemary Weinstein and Carol Solow.

Linda Terry No ants at this picnic or cookout! The Rocking Red Rancher’s kicked off summer activities with a picnic at Hobson Park in Denton. The day was sunny and the temperature moderate – great weather for a picnic! Which Wich Sandwich Shop provided box lunches, and hostesses brought fun and games. There were activities…