Category: Clubs & Classes

Bridge at Robson Ranch

Sue Russell, Eddie Bigler, and Alice Wright

Alice Wright Competitive Duplicate Bridge is still happening at Robson Ranch, just not face to face. We are playing through the Denton Bridge Studio on Bridge Base online at www.bridgebase.com. If you need help getting online, contact Eddie Bigler at 303-842-9770. Due to the nature of our game, we do not know when we will…

“Snowvid 2021” Didn’t Stop Us!

Judith Smothers gave several of us a lesson on making unique and original wine stems. We had such fun and the creativity was certainly released!

Karen Ellsworth Even though we couldn’t get up to the studio for a while, we made up for lost time! We are diligently working on amazing products for the Holiday Market this fall, learning new techniques and enjoying the friendships and fellowship that creating together brings us. A new Happy Potters beginner’s class starts March…

Road Runners Travel Club

Karen Lyons Robson Ranch Road Runners Travel Club is heading out west in June for an exciting adventure. If you are not a member, join the club and come along for an exciting eight days. Joining is easy, just visit our website, www.rrrrclub.com, for instructions and you will be on your way to this and…

Off to the Movies

La Donna Womochel The Women’s Club organized a trip to the local movie theatre as the first, hopefully, of many trips for 2021. Thirty-six women gathered at the theatre to view Robin Wright’s excellent film Land. The film presented a woman learning how to deal with grief and how to cherish friendship—subjects that the members…

Show Us Your Stuff

SIG meeting (Photo by Mike Conley)

Steve Simpson, Robson Ranch Club Officer The Robson Ranch Drone Special Interest Group (SIG) meets the fourth Monday of each month (except August and December) starting at 7 p.m., at the Creative Arts and Technology Center, room 104. We invite all with interest in any drone related topics to attend. Our March 22 meeting was…

Sigma Chi Brotherhood

Dave Parker The Sigma Chi Brothers at Robson Ranch were able to restart monthly meetings at the Wildhorse Grill after COVID vaccinations. Brother Mick Fox gave a blessing before an outstanding lunch. The March chapter meeting included discussions about COVID, the recent winter storm and, of course, golf. Brother Chuck Newcomer gave an update on…

Car Club Mustang by a Different Name

Leroy Schuetts and his Ford T5.

Ron Hoeberling Ford Motor Company officially launched the 1964 Mustang at the New York World’s Fair on April 17, 1964. It was the brainchild of Lee Iaccoca to compete against the popular Chevy Corvair. Many Mustang parts came from the Falcon to speed up development and lower design costs. Sales reached 419,000 in the first…

Kiln Krafters Venture Out

Frances Hackley, Secretary Members of the Kiln Krafters got together March 16, to find some new projects. The group of ten ladies drove practically to the other side of the world to Dragons and Dolls Ceramics. Dragons and Dolls Ceramics is in Farmersville, Texas, on the other side of McKinney. There, one can find a large…

The Paint and Palette Club

Kathy McMahon creating different values of grey along with deepest blacks that will be used for her future project involving geometric forms.

Francesca Romano I am excited to say that our membership is growing! As a result of our recent press releases, we are attracting new members who have varying interests and skills. On March 15, Kathy McMahon did a short demonstration on how she prepares her Yupo paper for an acrylic pour. To quote Kathy, “Although…