RRWGA inaugural Swap Meet

Pam Kanawyer shopping Appetizer buffet Mary Beninato displaying Victoria’s welcome door What fun shopping and noshing Host Victoria Pettigrew and shopper Paula Bull Mary Beninato The RRWGA held the first…

Wine Knots go off the Ranch

Wine Knots toast “Friendship, the wine of life” Randy Johnston On Tuesday, August 16, the Wine Knots went on an adventure for their monthly get-together to visit Chef Point Café…

Woodshop Spotlight

JoAnn Bostwick Our CATC building has a display case that is used to spotlight certain artists and their work each month. In August the Robson Ranch Wood Shop chose to…

Kiwanis Clubs have a common bond

Southlake Kiwanis Club is making a difference.

Vicki Baker Whether a Kiwanis Club hails from here, there or around the world, they all share a common mission and core value, “Serving the children of the world.” Although they serve a different city, are comprised of members with different backgrounds and engage with different community agencies, the Southlake Kiwanis Club reaffirmed that one…

Saturday Men’s Bible Study Group

The men’s Bible study group

David Laschinger In our younger years we were faced with the challenges of raising a family, paying bills and staying employed. When we moved into this beautiful “Active Adult” community we may have thought life’s challenges would diminish or be less severe. Whether still employed or retired, the struggles of life have continued for many…

In Passing

Linda Lea Grau Linda Lee Grau of Jamaica Beach, TX passed away on Friday, June 3, 2016 at the University of Texas Medical Center in Galveston, TX of complications from cancer. She was 73 years of age. She will always be remembered for her love of the water, zest for life and incredible kindness that…

Cook Children’s Hospital memory boxes

Boyce Irwin, Jack Rhead, Loucille Battig, Gene Holt, JoAnn Bostwick, Sue Wells and John Rohde. Not pictured are Bruce Walker, Jim McGill and Sue Reber

The Robson Ranch Woodworkers are at it again. Cook Children’s Hospital reached out to us asking if we could make a commemorative box for keepsake items for their ICU patients. They said something simple. Boyce Irwin gathered our talent and resources, and we made a dozen boxes out of beautiful Colorado Beetle Pine. They measure…

Ladies of East Crestview enjoy game days

The Ladies of East Crestview Drive played Hand & Foot and Mexican Train at the home of Anne Owens. Those in attendance were, front row: Anne Owens, Vickie Bone, Kathy Zumann, Glenda Carr, Lillian Keehn and Carol Fortner; second row: Nancy Toppan, Carol Kerr, Clarice Turner, Brenda McKenzie, Barbara Cooper, Diane Edmonson and Cathie Rod.

African American Social Club

Marie Milleage The African American social group invites all black residents to join us in fellowship and to welcome new homeowners to Robson Ranch. Only one member of the family needs to be black. We hold gatherings at the home of a resident or in a restaurant. We are not a club, religious or political…