Category: June 2021

Vagabonds Visit Willcox

Jill and David Riker The Vagabonds RV Club spent a four-day, fun-filled rally in Willcox, Ariz. Willcox is in the heart of Arizona wine country, so we had a great time exploring many wineries. Friday afternoon we did a group wine tasting at Birds and Barrels Vineyards on their beautiful patio overlooking the vineyards. Andy’s Tex-Mex…

Friendship Center Hosts Bless the Pets

Pat Sand and Ron Hunt A favorite of so many, the Blessing of the Pets worship service was Sunday, April 25. Four-legged friends attended, with a large gathering in person and on Zoom. Pastor Ron Hunt of Friendship Center led a very meaningful service. The readings of the day were 1st Corinthians 15:35-42 and the…

RRLGA Solheim Cup

The Red and Blue Teams dressed to win! Golf pro Jay Wilson keeps the two rival teams separated.

Pam Mumy Every two years, the best professional women golfers from Europe and the USA go head-to-head in a matchplay golf tournament called the Solheim Cup. In August of this year, the Solheim Cup will be played in the USA at Inverness Country Club in Toledo, Ohio. To honor the event, the Robson Ranch Ladies…

Madaras Gallery Presents Purple Mountain Majesty

Pink Ocotillo at Pusch Ridge

Nina Berghausen Tuesday, June 1 through Wednesday, June 30, Madaras Gallery presents Purple Mountain Majesty. Diana Madaras’ stunning violet hues bring the magic of the Sonoran Desert to life. Diana sees the awe of each scene through her own vibrant color palette. Visit the gallery during the month of June to view this collection of…

Robson Ranch Softball Profile: Keith Uhlenbrauch

Keith Uhlenbrauch

Ken Muhlbeier Born in Appleton, Wis., Keith Uhlenbrauch lost his father at an early age, but there was no lack of discipline, as his mother enrolled him in a Catholic grade school. “The nuns had us toe the line,” says Keith. “I can remember getting hit by the ruler more than once.” Keith first started…

Robson Ranch Walk to End Alzheimer’s November 20

Terry Price The AARP magazine February/March edition has a terrific article featuring Tony Bennett and his experience with Alzheimer’s. It is 10 pages and something we should all read, if not for ourselves, for our parents! You will learn so much. I’ve been involved with Alzheimer’s for 12 years and certainly learned from this article. My…

Tangling with Mary Beth Fisher

Tangling with Mary Beth Fisher (far left) and participants Laurie Laramie, Linda Webb, Pam Phillian, Karen Cutrell, and Kathy Schroeder.

Nancy Friedman, Co-Education Chairman On May 5, six participants “tangled” with Mary Beth Fisher. Mary Beth explained the history of Zentangle, a name trademarked by a meditation practitioner and an artist. Mary Beth calls Zentangling yoga for your brain. Having taken numerous yoga classes, Mary Beth first had members of the class do some meditative, deep…

Word of the Month: Enough

David Zapatka Have you had enough? How much is enough? Enough of what? Enough stuff? Enough politics? Enough religion? Enough of some person? Enough of some activity? What does enough really mean? Reader and sister, Judy Haberstroh, says, “I came across this excerpt and thought the word ‘enough’ may be a good one for your column.…

Ladies Social Club April Luncheon

Nora Shelton On April 19, the Robson Ranch Ladies Social Club held their April luncheon after a long break due to COVID. The guest speaker was Mike Taylor, Robson Ranch general manager, who represents the homeowners. He provided an informative update, which included some exciting changes at Robson Ranch. Our next luncheon will be held…