Category: Clubs & Classes

A Trip to Africa

Mike Moss One of the great opportunities of the Robson community is the chance to share and learn about the tremendous experiences of each other’s lives and adventures. Recently, the members of the Robson Ranch Gun Club were able to vicariously visit Africa and ‘go on safari’ on a reduced budget! Club members Lee and…

Happy Potters Update

Karen Ellsworth Summer has arrived! We are spending many hours in our lovely air-conditioned studio catching up on time lost to COVID-19 restrictions. Our creativity is flowing—the shelves are packed and the kilns are full. Each time we unload the kilns, it’s like Christmas morning! We have several exciting upcoming events! First, on July 11…

Two-Steppin’ Is Distinctly American

Susan Supak Luckenbach, Sons of Hermann Hall, Broken Spoke, Red River, and Stagecoach are names that frequent the lips of country/western dancers. These, and many other names beckon dance hall images to float through the minds of Texans. The alluring sounds of twin fiddles, a steel guitar, an acoustic bass, and drums provide foot-tapping music…

Summer Cooking

Jessica Small, Better Living for Texans Agent The weather is getting warmer and more and more people are preparing for the grilling season. Grilling foods is popular for a variety of reasons—not the least of which are the delicious tastes we create when grilling and the joy of being surrounded by family and friends. However, from…

Girls on Wheels Under the Big Top

Vicki Baker Elephants don’t usually come to mind when thinking of Oklahoma wildlife. We imagine buffalo, deer, and cattle, but the Sooner State is home to the second largest herd of Asian elephants in America. Girls on Wheels (Cassie Richardson, Karen DiPietro, Susan Hebert, Vicki Baker, and Nancy Burns) hit the road in search of…

Making Back to School Easier for Children in Need

LaDonna Womochel The Community Outreach Committee of the Robson Ranch Women’s Club is once again organizing a Backpack Drive for children whose families are impacted by domestic abuse. The Denton County Friends of the Family has asked this committee to collect essential back-to-school items as defined by the Denton Independent School District, and place them…

A Labor of Love and Mud

Janet Laminack, County Extension Agent-Horticulture Seems like it has been raining for 40 days and 40 nights, or at least it feels like it. I know that we will covet these rainy days soon enough, but that is not today. Too much rain is a problem, especially with the heavy clay soils we have in…

Fishing Club Visits Lake Texoma

Dean French Twelve members of the Robson Ranch Fishing Club drove up to Kingston, Okla. to fish at Lake Texoma on June 8 and 9. The first night all the participants stopped at The Woods (lodging not camping) to stay the night before rising at 5:15 a.m. to eat a hearty breakfast of breakfast burritos,…

It’s Time to Make the Old Look New

LaDonna Womochel Who hasn’t thought about wanting to spruce up her home? If you need some ideas about how to make your home feel like new, come to the Robson Ranch Women’s Club (RRWC), on Aug. 2 (doors open at 11 a.m. and lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.). The featured speakers Paula Esterline and Kristin…