Category: March 2015

Upcoming events – March 2015

March 5 – Howard Schneider Big Band Dance. Bar opens at 6:00 p.m., dance 7:00-10:00 p.m. in the Hermosa Ballroom. Homeowners, $10 pp; Non-homeowners, $15 pp. Tickets are on sale at the reception desk in the Ranch clubhouse. March 14 – Ceramic/Pottery annual Spring Pottery Sale in the Hermosa Ballroom from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.…

Shirley Eliuk gets an Ace

Candy Burtis On January 19, 2015 Shirley was playing with the Robson Ranch travel team at Coyote Run, Leisure World. On hole no. 6 she used her 5-hybrid to hit 130 yards for her ace! It was an exciting day for Shirley and the rest of the travel team. Congratulations, Shirley!

Pickleball Club news – March 2015

David Lawell What do you do when an uninvited guest shows up at your party? Mike Rains and MJ Wong were faced with that dilemma on the second day of the annual resident pickleball tournament. Besides, the guest had not paid the entry fee! Just kidding! The guest wasn’t a real person but her presence…

Casa Grande RC Flyers activities abound

Alan Friedman Swapmeets, Fun Fly contests, flying and socializing fill the winter schedule at the Casa Grande RC Flyers field across from the shooting range in Casa Grande. The club contest director, Jerry Linderman, schedules fun fly events that are not only fun for pilots but also enjoyable for the spectators. People come from all…

Alzheimer’s needs our attention

Have you noticed how many articles are written regularly on Alzheimer’s? In the Jan/Feb issue of the AARP Bulletin, the cover shows pictures of many famous people who have died with Alzheimer’s. The article, The Faces of Alzheimer’s, “Cases are Soaring but Funding Lags,” is so informative for us who have a very good chance of…

Robson Ranch Hikers continue exploring Arizona Trails

Diane Kandel, Publicist Friday is the usual day RR hikers head for the mountains! One hike of particular interest and beauty took place January 23 at the Tortolita Mountains. Wild Burro, Cochie and Ruelas Canyons cut through the southwest end of the Tortolita Mountains, an unassuming but rugged range just a half-hour drive north of…

Amore – Love – who doesn’t love to be romanced?

February is known as the month of romance. True to the spirit of love and romance Robson Ranch Material Girls have had a busy February romancing their fabrics and turning them into quilts! Classes were full and we learned some great techniques! Mock Mola was one of our most popular classes drawing on our minds…

RRMGA news and scores

Frank Sanchez Robson Ranch Men’s Golf Club recently welcomed Jay Wilson as our new golf pro. Jay was born in Virginia and spent the first 30 years of his life in the South. He moved to Arizona to attend the golf academy in Phoenix. Jay came to Robson Ranch from Oakwood golf course in Sun…

2 Your Health – March 2015

Editor’s Note: “2 Your Health” is a new column in the Robson Ranch Views dedicated to health issues. Each month different doctors and or medical associations, from varying specialties, will be writing on issues of importance. Articles are based on experiences and independent research conducted by the doctors or medical associations. We encourage anyone considering…