Cards, Cards, and More Cards

Material Girls Quilting

Sierra Sound Prepares for Upcoming Season

Annual Recruitment Drive for Robson Ranch RC Club

Cards, Cards, and More Cards

Ladies in the masks (left to right): Pam Dunfee, Sandy Kantrud, Nancy Barnes, Pat Serviess, Janie Toth, Georgia Brosnihan, Diana Sitker, and Debra Forsnight. Pam Costner On a Thursday afternoon,…

Material Girls Quilting

Diane Bohmert Since reopening the studio, Material Girl members have been busy quilting their quilts on the long arm. We also have seen several members post on our Facebook page,…

Sierra Sound Prepares for Upcoming Season

Ron Gibbs Sierra Sound is made up of guitarist Ken Muhlbeier and vocalist Kim Gibbs. Both Kim and Ken are long-time residents of Robson Ranch. They have been entertaining audiences…

Playing by the Rules

Larry Sundin The COVID-19 pandemic has been quite a challenge for all of us as we’ve been learning to adhere to a whole new set of rules for doing life together. Some of the rules, like social distancing, have limited our ability to interact with friends and family. Other rules have made it impossible for us…

Softball Profile: Bill Schaible

Softball Profile: Bill Schaible

Keith Bradley Just outside Flint, Mich., is the small town of Swartz Creek. It was here that Bill Schaible first played little league baseball. Like many other youngsters, his lack of success prompted him to turn his attention to other endeavors. “In four years of playing I think I got one hit,” he remarked. Golf,…

Fused Glass Club Is Back

Mary Nunn The Fused Glass Club is back after an intermission! We’re so happy to connect with each other, from a distance, and share our ideas again. There have been some interesting projects, from hedgehogs to multi-jointed giraffes to modern lanterns. We will start small classes in the near future. If you are interested, contact Doris…

Word of the Month: Contumacious

David Zapatka Sister and reader Judy Haberstroh wrote after reading the June column, “This one is interesting. Initially I was leaning toward using ‘yet’ but once I saw the specific definition of ‘still,’ I felt that was the correct word. However, when talking, I would more likely place the word ‘still’ after ‘it’s’ rather than…