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Trap Skeet Competition

RC Club Winter Season Racing Results

The Fine Arts Guild’s Progressive Art Show and Sale

Quilts for Shelters

Sue Bart Members of Desert Threads, a chapter of Arizona Quilters Guild, have kept busy making children’s quilts for area shelters. Jody Edwards, community services chair, hosted a sort, cut, organize, and kit making day at her home in Sun Lakes. Sue Bart made many kits which the members have been making into soft quilts for…

Meet Linda Luttrell Fine Arts Guild’s Artist of the Month

Linda Luttrell

Nancy Friedman, Co-Education Chairman Using her artistry from an art degree obtained at North Dakota State University, Linda worked at a commercial plant care shop. However, she had not done any painting until she and her husband started renting during the winter months in Robson five years ago. Linda and her husband, Jim, grew up…

New for the Fine Arts Guild: Watercolor Spotlight

Some of the participants from Terry's class were (left to right): Karen Cutrell, Terry Helmstettter, Margie Calhoun, Doreen Beers, Louie Cano, with Susan Halley in the front row.

Nancy Friedman On the 18th of March, the Guild started Watercolor Spotlight Thursdays on which members with watercolor supplies met to paint selected subjects with Don Helmstetter as their mentor. On the first trial day, the room was filled to our “COVID limited capacity,” which is ten. Those participating the first Thursday were Doreen Beers,…

Trap Skeet Competition

Sun Lakes team (left to right): Mac Mackerman, 69; Ted Tenbroeck, 73; Frank Nance, 68; Charles Chapman, 71; and Sean Jeffries, 65

Frank Nance On March 12, the Robson communities held their annual Trap Skeet Competition at the Casa Grande Trap and Skeet Club. The 2020 shoot was cancelled because of COVID-19. Sun Lakes won the 2021 shoot with a score of 346. PebbleCreek was second with a score of 331. Robson Ranch finished third with a…

Word of the Month: Ontology

David Zapatka Last month’s column on “negentropy” elicited this response from a reader, “My thermodynamics class was at 8 a.m. and I slept through that particular law. Thanks for the review, albeit a little late to do anything with it.” There’s an art to scheduling university classes, and avoiding 8 a.m. classes was one of my…

International Address Newspaper Forwarding

Effective May 1, 2021, if you would like to receive the Robson Ranch Views at your international address during the summer months, the price of mailing will be $8 per month. You can also read the Robson Ranch Views on our website at www.robsonranchviews.com for your convenience. Please call our office at 480-895-4506 for setup and further…