Category: February 2018

“Hold My Court” Reservation System

Melani Caron, CAAM, CMCA, General Manager I would like to introduce to each of you a new program called “Hold My Court.” This new program will allow anyone in the community to make reservations to play pickleball in advance. The pickleball courts are available for everyone’s use regardless of whether or not you belong to…

The annual Christmas Golf Cart Parade was electric

Ron and Kim Gibbs On the evening of Friday, December 8, 34 golf carts and even some bicycles, all decked out in lights, garland, decorations and more lights, paraded throughout our community. The parade kicked off from the softball field parking lot where our very own Benjamin Castro and his food and beverage team provided…

Holiday Card Painting

Nancy Friedman, Secretary Why pay a small fortune for a holiday card or sending a weighty gift when you can solve both problems by hand painting your own holiday card! Your friend or family will enjoy a unique card/gift of your own making. They may even frame it. Ten ladies participated in the Fine Arts…

Robson Ranch RC Club “Sunday at the Park”

Butch Spiller Now that the cooler weather has come to Arizona the Robson Ranch RC Club has resumed its “Sunday at the Park” events. The first was held Sunday, November 5, and was attended by over 50 members. The event gives club members an opportunity to get together with spouses and friends on a Sunday…

Lady Lynx off to a great season

Connie Drew If you are working to improve your golf game, just like to play 9 holes, or love the idea of 9 and wine, check out the Lady Lynx Nine Hole Golf Association. The Lady Lynx is a fun group of ladies who play nine holes of golf each week following USGA rules. Their…

Robson unplugged

John Sutton We had a tremendous turnout for the December 6 Robson Unplugged event at the Grill. Thanks to everyone who came out to support Richard Shine, Jeff Jones and Larry Marik. They all did a great job. We have another outstanding line-up for the January 3 event. The first set at 5:00 p.m. will…

The history of needlepoint

Diana Oleson The roots of needlepoint go back thousands of years to the ancient Egyptians, who used small slanted stitches to sew up their canvas tents. Some needlepoint was found in the cave of a pharaoh who had lived around 1500 BCE. Modern needlepoint descends from the canvas work in tent stitches done on an…

Robson Ranch honored by ‘Where To Retire’ magazine

Kathryn Worrall Robson Ranch Arizona, located in Eloy, AZ, has been awarded a Best Neighborhood designation by Where to Retire, the only magazine in America geared toward helping people with retirement relocation decisions. The award recognizes outstanding master-planned and active adult communities. A profile of the development will be in the January/February 2018 issue available…