Tag: Rockin’ Red Ranchers

Rockin’ Red Ranchers enjoy Christmas Tea

  Linda Terry Rockin’ Red Ranchers enjoyed Christmas Tea at the Victorian Tea Room in Classy Cactus Shopping Center. Twenty plus ladies gathered to exchange holiday greetings over tea and pastry in a lovely Christmas setting. For those unacquainted with English tea customs, the tea room hostess provided background on the scones, tea sandwiches and…

Rockin’ Red Ranchers participate in cooking school

Carol Cieslik layers the phyllo for baklava while Bernadette Fidelli prepares to butter each layer while directed by a Central Market instructor.

Linda Terry Red Rockin’ Ranchers headed to Southlake’s Central Market Cooking School to learn about Mediterranean Cuisine. The ladies enjoyed preparing classic Greek salad, pork tenderloin stuffed with spinach, pesto and feta cheese, and orange and rosemary baklava. After preparing the dishes under the watchful eye of a cheerful culinary instructor, the class enjoyed tasting…

Rockin’ Red Ranchers paint the town

Dorothy Hogan looks on as Rosemary Simecek paints the finishing touch on her wine glass.

Linda Terry Rockin’ Red Ranchers combined learning and leisure with an art class and painting party at Bottle and Bottega in Flower Mound. Ladies had to overcome hesitations (only one attendee was an art major!) when they learned they had to design and hand paint two wine glasses. Paint brushes were dipped into ceramic paint,…

Rockin’ Reds celebrate the main event

Southern ladies in their Derby finery

Vicki Baker And they’re off! The Kentucky Derby is America’s oldest thoroughbred horse race. For those of us who couldn’t make it to the track, the Rockin’ Red Ranchers Derby Day Party was the next best thing. On the first Saturday of each May, thoroughbred horses race in the “most exciting two minutes in sport.”…

Rockin’ Red Ranch Ladies wine, dine and learn

Judy Loomis, Mala Bowdouris, Gayle Coe, Nanci Zipes and Phyllis Ayers at the coffee house

Linda Terry Rockin’ Red Ranch ladies support local businesses so they visited the new Argyle Coffee House this month. Everyone enjoyed the various coffee and tea options as well as specialty pastries and caught up on the latest news. Observant ladies watched the barista prepare coffee or tea with leaf design in the foam topping.…

Rockin’ Red Ranchers enjoy spring fun

Sally Baggott, Jan Utzman, Lore Carr and Arlene Stotts

Linda Terry The Rockin’ Red Ranch ladies enjoy a good party any time of the year! They’re busy this spring developing new friendships and exploring Denton. Any activity is fair game, from designing greeting cards to lunching at the new Denton In and Out restaurant and even an educational meeting to learn more about quality…

Rockin’ Red Ranchers go red for a cause

Rockin’ Red Ranchers supporting the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement.

Vicki Baker The Rockin’ Red Ranchers kicked off February with an afternoon of dining, fashion, silent auction and fellowship, all for a good cause at the Go Red for Women Luncheon, Denton. Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year, more than all cancers combined. But this can be changed…