Category: October 2014

Maxine Harrison to teach watercolor class in November

Watercolor artist Maxine Harrison will be teaching another of her great watercolor classes November 19 and 21 at 9:00 a.m. until noon in the Creative Arts Center. This will be Maxine’s seventh set of lessons at Robson. All levels are welcome. Continue to learn or give watercolor painting a try! The ability to draw isn’t…

Zumba classes begin

Zumba is here at Robson Ranch. Zumba classes are being held Monday and Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. in the aerobic room. Zumba is one of the most unique, fun and beneficial exercise programs out there. It combines Latin and other music types to create a fun, movin’, groovin’ way to exercise. Where else can you…

First Ace

Kathy Holwick gets her first Ace!

Kathy Holwick gets her first Ace! While golfing with her dad, Harold, on August 28, Kathy hit her 5 iron 140 yards on Buttes No. 9 for her first hole-in-one. She said she was so excited that she was shaking but added that her dad was even more excited! He picked up his ball and…

Hiking Club meeting notice

Diane Kandel, Publicist RR Hiking Club All residents of Robson Ranch are invited to attend the general meeting for the Hiking Club. The meeting will be held October 16 at 4:30 p.m. at the Sport Center meeting room. This meeting will be the kick-off for the new 2014 – 2015 hiking season. Members and anyone…

Pickleball Club news – October 2014

Charlie Forbush’s (far left) Inter-community mob.

David Lawell Once again summer is winding down, and cooler temperatures will return. High temperature and humidity does not deter pickleball players around the Eloy – Casa Grande communities causing them to hibernate and wait for cooler temperatures. Starting early in the mornings six days a week, a collection of players (sometimes large and sometimes…

Welcome New Neighbors – October 2014

Welcome these new residents to your neighborhood: Gary and Marilyn Cunningham, Howard and Kathy Fuller, Monte and Rebecca Sheffler, Joanne Johnson and Robert Kleinke, David Keefe, Michael and Patricia Palumbo, Gaylord and Eileen Anderson, Stephen Gove and Angela Timm.

Santa Cruz Valley Historic Museum plans dinner dance fundraiser

The Toltec Elementary School is currently being restored by the Santa Cruz Valley Historic Museum.

On Toltec Road between Interstate 10 and Jimmie Kerr/Frontier blvds on the east side of the road just south of the railroad tracks sits a building with significant historical value to the community. Eligible for the National Historic Registry, the old Toltec Elementary School is currently being restored by the Santa Cruz Valley Historic Museum.…

Deadline to sign up for Marathon Bridge is Oct. 27

Sign up now for the November to April Marathon Bridge; the deadline is October 27. For interested new players: You will be given a schedule of which couple you will be playing at your home or theirs. This isn’t dinner bridge; the host couple usually has snacks at the table and a light dessert during…