Robson Ranch Raises Over $9,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association

Lea Ann Kirby

Robson Ranch held the Third Annual Alzheimer’s Golf Tournament on June 17. This year, the Robson Ranch Community raised over $9,000 for this event. All monies received went directly to the Alzheimer’s Association. The contributions came from golfers and non-golfers all over the Ranch, and we had a great contribution for 2022.

Much thanks go to the golf tournament organizer Alice Wright and her committee, which consisted of Cindy Sterling, Linda Scott, Connie Griswold, Gale Hicks, and Lea Ann Kirby, with the help of our director of golf Craig Pullen and his staff, and our food and beverage director Jeremy Trietsch and his staff who prepared lunch for us after golf.

A representative of the Alzheimer’s Association, Megan Rowe, came by Robson Ranch after the tournament and was very excited with the amount raised by Robson Ranch for this great cause for another year. This year, we had over 110 participants who were all very generous in signing up for the “extras” we had during the tournament, which only meant more donation money and also paying “over” the cost of the tournament, which resulted in more donations. The “extras” included purchasing Memory Flags in memory of a person who suffers or had suffered from Alzheimer’s and paying more than the $20 donation fee that was requested.

Thanks again to all who donated, participated, and gave of your time to make this event such a huge success!

Robson Ranch Denton—what a great place to live!