Rockin’ Red Ranchers kick off September events

Cheddars lunch attendees from left to right: Dorothy Hogan, Jan Utzman, Nita Ice, Betty Gardner, Carol Solow, Carol Cooley, and Carol Cieslik. Sioux Koster and Sandy Schoeder were seated nearby and not visible in the photo.

Linda Terry

September kicked off with a bang (or was it a gong?) for three Rockin’ Red Ranchers events. The ladies attended a popular movie, toured a benefit resale store for girls impacted by sex trafficking and unplanned pregnancies and planned a cocktail party. Of course, they were busy but that didn’t stop them from sampling some really delicious food at new restaurants, too.

What do Rockin’ Red Ranchers do after viewing the popular Crazy Rich Asians movie at the new Denton Alamo Drafthouse Cinema? Of course, they go to lunch at the newly opened Cheddars Scratch Kitchen nearby.

Rockin’ Red Ranchers Board members prepared favors for a Peacock Cocktail Party on the Wildhorse Grill patio and gazebo. Rumor is there are fancy fans and peacock feathers going into the favor bags. Sounds like it’s going to be fun!

Riders sometimes tie horses to the tree branches outside Marty B’s restaurant. Rockin’ Red Ranchers drove cars but they posed happily under the wild mustang sculpture inside.

Rockin’ Red Ranchers were amazed by the size and variety of ranch size menu items at Marty B’s. Afterwards, the group toured Divine Finds, an Argyle store accepting donations of furniture, clothing and home décor with the goal of providing aid to girls impacted by sex trafficking and unplanned pregnancies.