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62 CLUBS AND CLASSES


African American Social Group The African American Social Group


invites all black residents to join us in fellowship as we socialize and welcome new homeowners to Robson Ranch. Only one member of the family needs to be black. We hold gatherings at a resident’s home or in a restaurant. Our African American


women’s


book group meets monthly. We read a wide variety of books, including topics about science, history, mystery, novels and trilogies. Members recommend non-fi ctional and fi ctional


selections of


interest, as well as current and past best sellers and classics and we look forward to continuing the review and discussion of many authors’ works. Group members are involved in


activities and clubs at Robson Ranch as well as organizations in the community, some of which are on a national level. Why not join us? We are not a club, religious or political organization and do not charge fees. For additional information about joining us please contact Maria Milleage at 940-262-3108.


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013


Happenings of the Rock, Gem, and Silver Club


Here are some examples of what you can make by joining the Sun Lakes Rock, Gem and Silver Club.


John Harrill, Club President The Sun Lakes Rock, Gem, and Silver


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Club is one of the oldest clubs in Sun Lakes. We welcome new members that are complete novices to experienced artists. Our volunteers teach people who have never been handy how to make jewelry and art objects they are proud to wear and show. The accompanying photograph shows some examples of items made by our members. Not only do we make jewelry, we make polished bears and book ends out of solid rock, Ming trees, beads and decorated gourds. Members can use all three of our workshops when they have qualifi ed by satisfactorily completing basic craft classes or demonstrated already acquired profi ciency. One of our shops is located in each of the three Phases. Our club provides (novice through expert) craft classes, as well as offering guided fi eld trips to areas with semi-precious stones. Some of the scenery on these fi eld trips are both isolated and beautiful. In addition, for those with basic


experience to senior crafts persons, we offer year-round, numerous open shop hours to pursue personal projects in a safe, friendly environment. Currently we have open shops available for metalsmithing, lost wax, lapidary, and faceting. Our open shop monitors are available to answer questions and instruct proper use of shop equipment. You will fi nd that our club’s shops are air- conditioned as well as very well equipped for you to learn new crafts or pursue old ones.


All of the crafts that we offer are listed on our website


at www.SunLakesRockandGem.


org. Classes will usually start after sign-ups for classes at our October 21, meeting. Class size is limited in some cases and the total cost will vary for class fees and materials. You must be a member of our club to take our classes. Some of the more popular crafts that we


offer are lapidary; silversmithing; lost wax; wire wrapping; beading; faceting; Dichroic glass; as well as Precious Metal Clay (PMC) where clay-like materials are formed, kiln fi red and become metal art or jewelry. For socials, our club has an Appreciation Luncheon for our volunteers; an annual Christmas/Hanukah party each December; and a club picnic each spring. To learn more about our club come to


our meetings. You will fi nd that we are a friendly group, eager to share our knowledge and experience. Currently we have over 200 members and are always looking for more. Annual membership costs $20. Our club is open to all Sun Lakes residents. We welcome and encourage guests at our meetings. We meet at 10:30 a.m. for our general


meetings on the third Monday of every month (October through April). We gather before each meeting at 10:00 a.m.


for


coffee, cookies and socializing. We also have a silent auction with good deals on donated supplies and equipment. Our next meeting will be October 21, at


the Sun Lakes Country Club Navajo Room. We hope to see you there. 


Scrapbooking news


Judy Farnham Scrapbooking is sweeping the nation.


This hot hobby is a fantastic way to preserve your memories and family history and have fun doing it. Scrapbooking clubs bring people


together, not just to improve their skills and learn new techniques, but more importantly to form friendships and help one another. Scrapbooking is all your personal style and photos; there is no right or wrong. Join our group and make cards or


scrapbook layouts like never before. We meet in the Sewing Room in the Resource Section of Oakwood on Sunday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Use paper and embellishments for


all hobbies and sports such as NASCAR racing, volleyball, football, quilting, etc. Paper is also made for all holidays, so those memories will last a lifetime and longer. Some tools and scrap paper will be


provided. If you have any questions or would like a


seat saved for you please call Judy Farnham at 480-895-6690. Having a good


time, that motto.  is our


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