Category: September 2021

Sigma Brothers Meet

Dave Parker The July meeting of the Sigma Chi Brothers was held at the Wildhorse Grill. Since July is generally a high travel month, we had a number of Brothers missing. This month we initiated a new Brother to the group. Harvey Layman joined in the monthly meeting and met all the Brothers present. Discussion…

Get Ready for a Fun Exhibition

Frances Romano The Paint & Palette Club (P&P Club) is very excited to present a new and fun exhibition scheduled for Oct. 24 through 29, in the Clubhouse Hallways featuring many dressed-up easels. Our artists are already churning up their ideas for this event. We will have an opening reception with an open cash bar…

Leon’s Back

Don Pooley Leon Cock, Table Tennis Club’s Patriarch at age 87, has returned to regular play. I played as his partner recently and can attest that he’s still the same old Leon that club members have enjoyed over the years. In between tall tales and stories about his new “WHATABURGER” outfit, we actually got in…

Friends of the Library: Introducing the Board

Dianna Lucas In July we inducted the board members for the new year and they’re off and running. They have been busy preparing for the book discussion on Emma, that was held in August, and dispersing funds to fill some long-standing needs for the library. Let’s find out a little about each one of our new board…

Road Runner Update

Karen Lyons Day trips with the Road Runners Club are only one part of the benefits of being a member of the club. Our members traveled on Aug. 5 to Globe Life Park to watch the Texas Rangers play the Anaheim Angels. The club has three more trips planned this year. State Fair of Texas…

Motorcycle Club Enchanted By New Mexico

Scott Baker Do you experience that feeling of exhilaration, that adrenalin rush each time you climb onto your bike? Then come along with the Robson Ranch Motorcycle Club as we relive our recent journey to the Enchanted Circle in Northern New Mexico, the picturesque 83-mile loop through mountains, valleys, mesas, and national forest land. En…

Robson Ranch 65+ Traveling Softball Team

Tom Neagli and Rosemary “Killer” Myers-Neagli In this COVID state of mind, the 2021 Robson Ranch 65+ Traveling Softball Team (RR 65+) went to four tournaments around the North Texas area. This is the first time ever that they walked away as winners of not just one, but two tournament championships—Heart of Texas in Waco…

Delivery On the Wing: Butterflies Are Beautiful Pollinators

Janet Laminack, County Extension Agent-Horticulture, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension—Denton County In order to make seeds, plants need to be pollinated. Some plants are self-pollinated, but many rely on some other creature, a pollinator, to assist in the process. We tend to think of honey bees and butterflies, but native bees, flies, beetles, birds, and even…

Yard of the Month: August

Carole DiQuollo Cindy and Charlie Warner, who live at 9705 Stonewood, are the recipients of the Robson Ranch Garden Club August Yard of the Month special sign. Their front, side, and rear plantings are beautifully maintained by Cindy. Please stop by to admire the work that has gone into this landscaping.