Happy Holidays from the African American Social Group

The African American Social Group held its holiday gathering at the Wildhorse Grill where they celebrated Christmas and Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa, a Swahili word meaning first fruits of harvest, was created in 1966 by Maulana Karenga, a professor at California State University at Long Branch. From December 26 to January 1 many Black/African-Americans celebrate Kwanzaa.

The African American social group invites all black residents to join with us as we meet to welcome Robson Ranch new homeowners and enjoy dinner, fellowship, conversation and outside activities. Only one member of the family needs to be black. We hold gatherings at a resident’s home, in a restaurant or at another venue. We are not a club, religious or political organization and do not charge fees. For additional information about joining us please contact Marie Milleage at milleagem@mygrande.net.