Category: Clubs & Classes

Travel Club

Carolann Boykin We are having so much fun traveling near and far with our friends from Robson Ranch! New trips are being added every month, so be watching those HOA announcements or our website, www.rrrrclub.com, for upcoming trips so that you don’t miss out on all the excitement that is offered. Here are a few…

Elephant Bulls Sighted

The Republican Club does more than get involved in politics. We have lots of fun! “Bulls Shooting the Bull” is a monthly happy hour for Republican men at the Wild Horse Saloon. Every third Friday of the month at 3:15 p.m., men from the Republican Club get together to share a drink and some fun…

Juliet Luncheon

The Juliet luncheon was held last month at Edge of the Lake Winery in Valley View, with 26 ladies attending. Chris, the winemaker, talked about the history of the winery and explained the operations. Wine tasting, yummy food, and fun was had by all.

Smallies Play It Big for Fishing Club

Scott Baker When you think about smallmouth bass (or smallies), the Great Lakes come immediately to mind, followed by clear, natural, northern lakes and Rocky Mountain streams. But the State of Oklahoma, land of shallow, muddy-water lakes where largemouth have long reigned supreme? Not so much. Well, it’s time you changed your thinking. The RR…

Throwing 101

Cindy Groszkiewicz Happy Potters members Paul Stolnacke and Carolann Boykin recently took a Throwing 101 class led by Cindy Witham. Our studio, located in the Wine Cup Room of the CATC, has four pottery wheels for use by trained members. If you are interested in learning the skill of throwing pottery on a wheel, you…

Robson Ranch Chi Omegas Celebrate Founders’ Day

Consie Javor On April 5, 129 years ago, Chi Omega Fraternity was established at the University of Arkansas by four young women and one dentist. For 129 years, our Sisterhood has united women, forged friendships, and fostered community. Chi Omega sisters from Robson Ranch and surrounding areas met to celebrate this milestone at the home…

Kiwanis Club Supports Refuge for Women

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Robson Ranch welcomed Executive Director Christine Mann for her presentation on Refuge for Women. Refuge for Women is the nation’s largest nonprofit, faith-based organization that provides a continuum of care for women aged 18 and older who have escaped human trafficking or sexual exploitation. The North Texas site is…

What Door Will You Open Today?

Sandy Hestes When we come to a door (or window), we have a choice. We can open it, close it, walk by it, walk through it, bang on it, paint it a bright color, or ignore it. “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed…

Voices Members Learn About the State of Childcare in Texas

Voices United’s featured speakers in April were Michelle Salazar Perez and Zutella Vea Holmes, both affiliated with UNT. Professor Perez holds the prestigious Velma E. Schmidt Endowed Chair for Early Childhood Education, and Ms. Holmes is pursuing her doctoral studies in the Early Childhood Studies program. “Texas’ investment in pre-K education falls approximately $2,000 below…