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Reading Between the Wines

Linda Gayer In November 2009, two of us formed the book club Reading Between the Wines; as of today, four of the original members remain in the group. Many wonderful books have been read and discussed, lasting friendships have been formed, and lots of glasses of wine have been consumed. Our most recent book, that…

Beginner Pickleball Lessons Reaches 100 New Players!

Front row: Cristina Campbell; middle row (left to right): Joe Murauskis and Steve Arthur; back row: Gerard Wittman

Doris Betuel Open to all homeowners, the Robson Ranch Pickleball Club (RRPC) has been providing free beginner pickleball lessons to any and all players. This program was started a few years ago and most recently has been led by Steve Arthur, long time RRPC member and avid pickleball player. Even with the challenges of COVID…

Glass Fusing Yard Decorations!

Doris Betuel Spring has sprung in our community! Glass fusing artists are making lots of fun things to put in their gardens! Check out the recent addition of glass totem poles and garden stakes that our members have made. Thank you to Connie Lundberg, glass artist extraordinaire and member of the Robson Ranch Fused Glass…

It’s Still a Jungle Out There

Kristy Sebillian, Jeanie Bales, and Robin Tanke

Pat Mumy The Robson Ranch Ladies Golf Association spent a day on the wild side for one of the most popular tournaments of the season, The Past Presidents Party. Continuing the theme from last year, teams “dressed for the jungle” and competed against the field, both with score and costume. The amazing tee signs were…

Fine Arts Guild Displays Their Talent

Nancy Friedman, Co-Educational Chairman While the studio was closed during the months of January and February, the members of the Fine Arts Guild continued to do their artwork at home. Some were also preparing for the Progressive Art Sale scheduled for March. Photographs from that sale should be forthcoming in the next Robson Ranch Views.…

New to Line Dancing? No Problem!

Absolute Beginning line dance class

Paul Gayer The new year means the offering of a new line dancing class. Line dancing is one of the most fun dances out there because you can do it anywhere, and best of all, you don’t need a partner. In January, CJ and Kathy started a new Absolute Beginning line dance class. Absolute Beginning is…

Fine Arts Guild Demonstration Classes Resume

Nancy Friedman With a slow COVID summer, the guild started their demonstration classes again for the fall/winter season in mid-October. As of this writing, five classes have been completed along with two impromptu discussions. Ten classes were scheduled for the months of January and February with four needing to be repeated due to our limited…

The Power of a Simple Gift: 2,834 Boxes Packed!

Dave and Bev Douglas Operation Christmas Child, A Samaritan’s Purse Ministry, sends shoeboxes packed with toys, school supplies and hygiene items to needy children around the world. Many children receiving a box have never before received a gift. In a year of such uncertainty, shoeboxes are a way to show some love to children who have little.…