Category: Generals

Veterans Day concerts

World War II Veterans Ed Lamport and Austin Cleveland. Picture by Randy Hatcher.

Sheilah Ross, Publicity Chair It was COLD! It was WINDY! But Robson Ranch residents turned out in record numbers for the Music Club Community Choir’s VETERANS DAY CONCERTS. Choir Directors Joe and Tawana Arnett had promised a new format and all new music—even the Star Spangled Banner was a little different from past years (same beautiful…

Veterans’ Park ceremony

Service dogs at the Veterans Day ceremony.

Seventy-five persons braved temperatures in the 30s and 25-30 mph winds to attend the 9:30 a.m. ceremony at the Robson Ranch Veterans Park on Veterans Day. It was the sixth anniversary of the dedication of the Park. The Honor Guard was comprised of Robson Ranch Veterans: Staff Sergeant Watson Crumbie, USMC, WWII and Korea; Lieutenant…

Featherheads donate $1265 to Support Our Troops

Featherheads donate $1,265 to Support Our Troops.

Sam Goodrich At the November 15 meeting of Support Our Troops, several members of the Featherheads golf group donated $1,265 to SOT. Featherhead spokesman Doyle Hicks presented the donation to SOT president Chuck Runner. The donation capped off the most successful fundraising week in SOT history. The Featherhead donation was added to the total raised…

Pathfinders Group news – December 2014

Bill and Patti Withers

Peggy Villagomez Pathfinders Group had its general meeting in November and elected a new slate of officers. The president for 2015 is Peggy Villagomez, vice president is Virginia Wheeless and secretary/treasurer is Eileen Ballock. We held our last luncheon for the year in November and will look forward to meeting and greeting our new neighbors…

Corrections to the Robson Ranch Kiwanis Cookbook

Maple sausage and apple balls, page 20. Add 3/4 c. Bisquick to the ingredients list. Blueberry cornmeal pancakes, page 77. The name of the chef is Ardie Owen. Oven baked pork chops and potatoes, page 104. Add to recipe instructions. Layer pork chops over the onions being careful not to overlap meat. Crisscross bacon over…

Editorial deadline changes

Chelsea Johnson The holidays are almost upon us! Since Christmas is so close to the editorial deadline, we are moving it up. Please have all editorial submitted by 4:00 p.m. on December 23 (for the January issue). Be sure to mark your calendars now! If you have any questions about submission guidelines, please call Chelsea…

The National Guard – always ready, always there

Charles Runner, President, Support Our Troops Our Nation’s military history began on December 13, 1636 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. By decree, all able bodied males between 16 and 60 had to join the militia. It was not so much to protect the New World settlers from Indians as it was to protect them from…

Welcome New Neighbors – December 2014

Robson Ranch welcomes the following new homeowners to the Ranch: Kathey Bailey, Joyce Betty, Kenneth and Sharon Blank, Johnnie and Joan Brown, Margaret Brown, Joseph and Cynthia Buff, Paul and Yvonne Callaway, Danny and Connie Chapman, Debra Davis, Richard and Anita Freese, Douglas Gandy, Terry and Linda Haynes, Casey and Connie Holloway, Barry and Susan…

Eye of Newt, Toe of Frog, Wool of Bat and Tongue of Dog

Best Costume: Pebbles and Rock Cavestone, Bert and Mark Zeitlin

What sorcery did the Bryants and Gilbertis conjure up this Halloween? Nancy Toppan Eye of Newt, Toe of Frog, Wool of Bat and Tongue of Dog, what Sorcery Horrors have the Bryants and Gilbertis conjured up for Halloween? Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen. Voices whisper in the trees, “Tonight is Halloween!” Spirits…

HOA Trivia Night results

First Place Team, Village Idiots: Coleen Brandt (Brandt Travel sponsor), Paige McLeod, Connor McLeod, Mike Welton, Chris Maier, Tom Scharnberg, Ingrid Scharnberg, Lynee McKeown, Mike McKeown and Gary Brandt (Brandt Travel sponsor)

Althea Parent The last 2014 HOA Trivia Night was another night of fun and a huge success. There were 13 teams and 15 spectators. Each team had eight members, which either helped or hindered with getting the answers. It’s always best to go with your gut, but some teams would talk themselves out of the…