Birthdays… who turned 70, 80 and 90?

Friends gather to celebrate September birthdays. Gayle Coe September seemed to be the banner month for birthdays! Margaretha Kortschak, Joan Krause, Ruby Wilson, Gayle Coe, Mary Ann Carroll, Nancy Garre,…

Baby Boomers meet off campus

Dave Parker On the fifth Friday of any month, the Robson Ranch Baby Boomers go off campus. Margaret O’Neill, Commander in Chief of the Boomers, planned the event at the…

2018 WGA Member Member Tournament results

Ok Cha Cummings, Gale Hicks, Marlen Womack and Dianne Miller. Pat Sands, Katheryn Claudy, Lea Ann Kirby and Alice Wright.0 The 2018 WGA Member/Member held on August 21st was a…

Summer tournament winners announced

Arlene Pfeil – Jim Gregg Summer Open first place team of David Jones and John Wyant receiving trophies from Bill Cashin and Jim Gregg Don Pooley The Arlene Pfeil –…

Spring Dance Party in full bloom

Goodbye winter; Dance Club “Swings into Spring”

Vicki Baker When you think of spring blooming flowers, budding trees and chirping birds come to mind. But for the Dance Club we think “Swing into Spring” and dance, dance, dance those winter blues away! We got the party started on April 29 and rang in the warmer season with friends, dancing, fun and lots…

Horseshoes anyone?

The 2017 Robson Ranch Denton Veteran’s Horseshoe Tournament participants

Dick Dauphinais It was a glorious day on the “pitch” on Robson Ranch with beautiful sunshine, a cloudless sky with temperatures in the mid-seventies with only a slight breeze; most would call it a top 10 day. The flags were in place, the portable tent was up, the fans benches were filling-up; yes, it was…

Women’s Club May Luncheon honors Mother’s Day

Left to right: Connie Wells, Dotty Griffith, guest speaker, and Joyce Frey

Gayle Coe The May luncheon was an enthusiastic program complete with a presentation by Dotty Griffith, The Texas Food Woman. The table decorations featured Women’s Club members’ personal memorabilia, which was in keeping with the Mother’s Day theme. The ballroom doors opened at 11:00 a.m., and members and guests located their seats in anticipation of…

Shoe Drive benefits global cause

“Sole” survivors of the Kiwanis shoe drive

Vicki Baker Thanks to the incredible generosity of Robson Ranch, the Kiwanis Club collected 3,500 pairs of shoes during its March “Soles for Needy Souls” Shoe Drive, which far surpassed all expectations. The club’s mantra is “changing the world one child at a time.” This time they did it one pair of shoes at a…