Category: January 2016

Tennis Club holds Welcome Back Tournament

Kevin Rattey On Saturday, November 21, the RR Tennis Club held its season opener. The weather was perfect, and 32 players took to the courts. Team play consisted of Men’s, Ladies and Mixed Doubles. Light refreshments were also served. The new hours for club play are: Men’s Social Play: Tuesdays and Fridays at 9:00 a.m.…

Robson Unplugged January 13

John Sutton Our first Robson Unplugged event scheduled for January 13 in the Grill is quickly approaching. We have an exciting lineup of local talent ready to put on a show for you. We’ll start the evening with Wally Waluk. Come listen to Wally as he shares his stories through his songs written from the…

New members help RRLGA celebrate Holes-In-One

New members to the Robson Ranch Ladies Golf Association, front row: Debra Parker, Mary Pryor, Joanne Johnson, Betty Kumbera, Pam Reese and Marcia Tiefenthaler; back row: Jan Kinley and Terry Rattey. New members not pictured: Nancy Watt, Deb Stenerson, Robin Dunlop, Kathy Peterson and Flo Van Volkom; photographer, Judy Brozek

New member Terry Rattey had a great idea to celebrate all the holes-in-one from 2015 on December 1 during the ladies’ 18-hole league day. She contacted the restaurant, and Miranda baked a rum cake for the ladies’ group to help us celebrate. The members who had 2015 holes-in-one are Shirley Eliuk, Glady Miller, Jean DeChristopher…

National Mah Jonng Card update

The National Mah Jongg League cards must be ordered by February 1. All players should contact Mary Beth Fisher at marybeth5938@msn.com for more info or to drop off cash or check made to Mary Beth Fisher who acts as a collector. When a group orders through a collector, any excess money above the cost of…

The sewing room is buzzing with activity

The Robson Ranch Material Girls are back in full swing. We have close to 60 members. The members have been sewing up a storm over the summer in preparation for the Craft Show and also making tops for our charities and comfort quilts. Also during the summer months some new members were trained to use…

A Crafty Storage Solution

(Family Features) A desk or workspace is one of the most difficult spaces to organize. Between the things you need to keep within reach and the mementos and treasures you want close by, chasing away clutter may feel like a losing battle. Especially when surface space is at a premium, try turning to your walls…

Pottery Guild Silent Auction helps local students

Left to right, back row: Beth Durfee and Janet Bloam, RR Pottery Guild, Toltec Superintendent Dr. Bryan Mccleney and third grade teacher Mrs. Allison; the front row consists of Toltec students.

Janet Bloam and Beth Durfee The Pottery Guild had its first sale and auction in October. The proceeds from the auction, along with matching funds from CORR, made it possible to buy enough visual art supplies to fill a large table. Toltec School is in our district and has no funds for an art program.…

Casa Grande RC Flyers support charities

Robson Ranch resident Loretta Sutton and Roberto, both representing The Valley Humane Society, accepting cash and product donations from the flyers and visitors at the field.

Alan Friedman The Casa Grande RC Flyers’ celebration of National Model Aviation day at their field raised money and supplies in support of The Valley Humane Society. Past recipients of the club’s community service have been The Casa Grande Food Bank and The Wounded Warrior Project. The club hopes to do more to help give…

Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sisterhood news

Suzy Ziegler Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sisterhood invites you to join us for the first meeting of the new year, a presentation by Merle Nudelman, a lawyer, poet and educator. The meeting is January 21, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at the Chapel House in Sun Lakes. Merle has published four books of poetry with Guenica…