On Dec. 11, Lee Noble opened up her beautiful golf course home at Robson Ranch to host the holiday party for the Robson Ranch Singles Group. Approximately 40 members of the group attended, spreading holiday cheer and laughter.
A 50/50 drawing was held and Chuck Senk and Bonnie Carnagey presented the winners with cash prizes: 1st place—Kristine Archuleta, 2nd place—Connie Kwilasz, and 3rd place—Lee Noble.
What a wonderful evening to kick off the holiday season at Robson Ranch AZ! And, all of this couldn’t be possible without the leadership and guidance of Chuck Senk and Bonnie Carnagey, and all of the volunteers for setup, cleanup and all of the beautiful donations of food and beverages. No one went home hungry!
The Robson Ranch Singles Group will kick off 2023 with two bus tours arranged through Arizona Winery Tours (Tucson) on private buses, as follows:
Olive Mill Tour on Jan. 19, 2023, complete with a tour of the facilities and a tasting of a variety of olive oils, lunch from the Olive Mill Restaurant, and wine tasting at the Garage-East Winery, which is the first winery in Gilbert. Rumor has it everyone may get a souvenir olive (maybe?)!
Tubac Arts Festival on Feb. 12, 2023, which is the longest-running arts festival in southwest Arizona, with approximately 250 vendors, food trucks, arts and crafts, and music.
Chuck Senk would like to thank everyone for committing to a day of travel, wine, sightseeing, and friendship on the bus tours and events in 2022, and he’s looking forward to what 2023 has in store for the Robson Ranch Singles Group.
Chuck Senk and Bonnie Carnagey have agreed to help guide the Singles Group for the 2023 year. The Singles Group would like to thank both Chuck Senk and Bonnie Carnagey for everything they have done to put the Robson Ranch Singles Group on the map! Watch for announcements concerning the 2023 events on GroupWorks!
If you are single and would like to join the group, meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month at 2:30 p.m. After the meeting, the group plays games such as Qwirkle and 5 Crowns in the Fireside Room of the Robson Ranch AZ Ranch House.