Tape, scissors, go!

Snowball Tennis Social

Robson Ranch RC Club holds weekly flying events

How many artists does it take to change a light bulb?

Tape, scissors, go!

From left to right: Jaine Toth, Robin Tisinger, Doreen Beers, Chris Korenic, Pam Dunfee, Diana Sitker, Georgia Brosnihan, Pat Serveiss and Lorraine Walden; many others participated but missed being in…

Snowball Tennis Social

Patty LaCroix, Walt Krahl, Mike Smith, Jim LaCroix & Susan Simon It may be winter, but Eloy, Arizona rarely sees snow. That didn’t stop the Tennis Club at Robson Ranch…

How many artists does it take to change a light bulb?

Color pencil participants Sharon Nergaard (left) and Carolyn Gibson with Acyrlic student, Rose Kanoldt. A compilation of 20 tiles from participants’ works from Nils Johnson’s class on Acrylic Abstract Art.…

Mixed Putting League holds 2nd awards dinner

On January 31 the Putting League had its second awards dinner. Over 80 people attended the event; the awards given were as follows: putter of the year for gross scores, Nick Pike; putter of the year for net scores, Sam Achman; most holes in one, Larry Mansfield. Each winner received a trophy, a $25 gift…

Robson Ranch Singers concerts March 19 and 20

Sandy Carpenter It’s that time of year! The Robson Ranch Singers are eagerly rehearsing for their spring concerts on March 19 and 20 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hermosa Ballroom. Something you surely don’t want to miss out on! Music from Elvis to Fleetwood Mac, let us take you down memory lane as we sing…

Residents receive their angel wings

Robson Ranch AZ residents received their angel wings when they so generously met the Christmas Wishes of 250 local children. RRAZ had participated with the Salvation Army Angel Wish program for ten years, filling the wishes of nearly 2000 local children. In addition to the gifts, many residents eagerly volunteered to deliver the many bikes,…

Residents Authors

Dizzy Izzy & The Red Witch: Memories of My Parents, is Robson resident Jaine Ellen Toth’s book of anecdotal stories about her colorful and intriguing mother and father. After reading the manuscript, author Marlene Macke wrote, “You will find the stories endearing, poignant, witty, honest and insightful. You will laugh out loud and shed a…

Clarification

The front page of February’s Views featured a Chef’s Gala event from SaddleBrooke Ranch. A photo of a scallop dish happened to be placed next to Chef Jeff Coonce receiving his Chef’s Gala award. While the scallop dish is mentioned in the article, Chef Jeff won the award for a seabass dish. We apologize for…