Category: February 2018

Introducing Partners in Care (PIC)

Mary Beth Fisher Robson Ranch continues their efforts to bring to the community a resource list of neighbors willing to volunteer to offer assistance in times of need. The idea came to Mary Beth Fisher, a retired nurse, as she stepped up to help several Robson Ranch neighbors and friends during their medical situations. “Everyone…

Residents continue to support Angel Wishes Project

Mary Beth Fisher For the ninth year, residents immersed themselves in the Salvation Army Angel Wishes project. The Christmas Angels are requests from deserving and less fortunate children in Pinal County with an emphasis on children in Casa Grande, Arizona City and Eloy. The 250 wishes were on the trees at RR Sport Center for…

From The New Home Sales Team

The Robson Ranch Arizona sales team is looking forward to a fantastic 2018. This year is going to be full of new and exciting ways for residents and future residents to live life inspired. Visit www.Robson.com to view available designer homes, lot maps, and the latest Robson Ranch Arizona news. There are currently eight move-in…

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…

Robson Ranch Softball – significant milestones

Phil Savage, Club Secretary There have been some significant milestones reached recently by the RRSC. First, the membership has achieved the milestone of 50 members. With the impressive sale of homes in our community, our club continues to grow (leaps and bounds). Secondly, and most importantly, is the fact that we now have league play…

Do you love golf, but hate the cold?

Connie Drew Ladies, do you love to golf but dislike the cold Arizona mornings in the winter? We have the answer for you. Lady Lynx is a nine hole golf association that has a 1:30 p.m. tee time each Thursday. The sun is bright, and the temps are warmer at this time of day. Even…

Word of The Month: Perspicacious

David Zapatka Perspicacious – per·spi·ca·cious, /pərspəˈkāSHəs/ Adjective – 1. Having a ready insight into and understanding of things. 2. Of acute mental vision or discernment, keen. 3. Having or showing an ability to notice and understand things that are difficult or not obvious. Perspicaciously – adverb. Perspicaciousness, perspicacity – noun. First known use 1548 from Latin perspicācitās (“discernment”), from Latin perspicax (“sharp-sighted”), from perspiciō (“look…

Casa Grande RC Flyers make major field improvement

  Alan Friedman The Casa Grande RC Flyers recently added a much requested addition to their airfield which is across from the public and police shooting ranges at 2725 S. Isom Road in Casa Grande. Thanks to the city that provided and installed a large flag pole at the field, the club purchased a remote…

8th annual Robson Trap Trials set for March 23

  Susan Knox Wilson, PebbleCreek Gun Club Communications Team The eighth annual Robson Trap Trials will be held on Friday, March 23, 2018, at Casa Grande Trap and Skeet. All shooters, experienced and novice, are encouraged to enjoy the fun and camaraderie of this prestigious and unique event. Last year shooters from six Robson communities…