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HRR 04 Apr 2019

HRR 04 Apr 2019

APRIL 2019

what’s inside

11 is the only authorized and official monthly publication for the residents of the
Heritage Ranch Community with news and calendar of community events
endorsed by the Heritage Ranch HOA & its members.

For comments, submissions or more information:

COMMUNITY NEWS CONNECTION, INC.

18 906 W. McDermott Dr., Ste. #116-352 | Allen, TX 75013
972.396.8855
6 RANCH REMINDERS
8 FOOD FOR THOUGHT ADVERTISEMENT SALES
9 FITNESS & WELLNESS For information or to place an advertisement
10 RANCH REPORTER DEADLINES
11 PROFILE 972-396-8855
18 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS [email protected]
20 GOLF NEWS
21 WHAT’S YOUR RACQUET? www.communitynewsconnection.com

Tennis & Pickle Ball News Heritage Ranch Reporter is published monthly as an informational resource for the residents of Heritage Ranch community with news
and calendar of events of organizations endorsed by the HOA. Neither the HOA, Board of Directors, Management or membership of
21 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS Heritage Ranch explicitly or implicitly endorse any advertisement, the accuracy thereof or the qualifications, ability or professional
21 EVENTS ON THE HORIZON standing of any advertiser or service provider, or the quality of any service or product. Community News Connection does not in any way
22 GOLF SHOP NEWS endorse, support or take credit or responsibility for any of the services or events , paid or volunteer, listed herein. We also reserve the
24 DIRECTORY
right to refuse any advertiser or article submission that is not a good fit for this community philosophy or this publication.
2 Ranch Reporter | April 2019
The Plano
Food Pantry

“A Cooperative Effort to Help Those in Need.”

If you wish to have a food drive
or make a cash donation to
The Plano Food Pantry,
please call 214-704-5689 or
972-424-4574.
www.holynativity.org

Stay Connected

We are one click away!

Keep up with all of the Heritage Ranch happenings at: April 19th • 10:00AM-1:00PM • $10 per Child

Website: heritageranchhoa.com HR Annual Easter Egg Hunt is a Heritage Ranch
favorite tradition! There will be face painting, cookie
Facebook: www.facebook.com/heritageranchgolf
decorating, balloon animals, Bounce Slide and a
Find all the lastest information on golf, pools, tennis courts, special interactive activity with iCode Fairview!
dining, special events and more! You also can find contacts for
different Heritage Ranch departments, including management Don’t miss out on this annual tradition!

and staff; medical and emergency; local attractions and
ammenties; and the HOA Board of Directors.

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to Truth-in-Savings disclosure for complete details. Interest rate and APY are effective March 1, 2019. Rate subject to change. Available for personal and business accounts.

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 3

2019 Heritage Ranch What is the Artists Circle?

JUNIOR We are a group of Heritage Ranch Residents who meet
GOLF CAMP Monday mornings to work on our individual artistic
Ages 7-17 • $225.00 per Student • Fees include: projects in a casual friendly and supportive environment.
Currently, most of the group paint in watercolor a few us
• 14 Hours of PGA • Lunch everyday acrylics, others draw and sometimes paint one-of-a-kind
Instruction (Chipping, • Heritage Ranch Hat notecards.
Putting & Driving • Cap Clip
Range) • Etiquette Brochure Heritage Ranch watercolor artist-in-residence pro-
• Logo Golf Ball vides helpful advice upon request. This year, instead of
• On Course Instruction working together on class projects, we are doing individ-
ual projects at our ‘Open Studio” meetings. We welcome
Dates: visitors, new members and artists who work in various
media. We have an annual member art show in May.
Session 1 June 17th - 20th 8:30AM - Noon
Session 2 With so many newcomers we would love to meet other
Session 3 like-minded Ranchers with special artistic talents just
Session 4 waiting to be discovered.

July 15th - 18th 8:30AM - Noon

July 29th - August 1st 8:30AM - Noon

August 12th - 15th 8:30AM - Noon

Please Contact Golf Shop to sign up or for more information.
(972) 886-4700 X106 • SPACE IS LIMITED.

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4 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

THE RANCHERS FOR THE CURE ARE KICKING OFF
THE 2019 CAMPAIGN TO END ALZHEIMER’S!

Jill’s story: “My mother was a 3 seniors in the US dies annually lion dollars. These figures do not zation in Alzheimer’s care, sup-
lioness of a woman until she de- with Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s include the “out of pocket” money port, and research. Its mission is
veloped Alzheimer’s. Over my has the power to bankrupt our for outside assistance and the 24/7 to eliminate the Alzheimer’s dis-
decade as her care giver, I’ve families, our communities and our care given by caregivers. ease through the advancement of
watched the disease roar inside her healthcare system. Alzheimer’s research, to provide and enhance
like a trapped lion, crying out for and other dementias have cost the Although this is a depressing care, to give support for all affect-
help.” Watching a loved one disin- nation $277 billion; by 2050 the summary of facts, there is hope ed, and to reduce the risk of de-
tegrate day by day is painful as the cost could go as high as $1.1 tril- for a breakthrough on the horizon. mentia by promoting brain health.
brain cells die and shut down ev- There are growing efforts in mul-
ery mental and physical activity of tiple avenues of research into the The Ranchers for the Cure is
a once proud, elegant, intelligent, cause. Once the cause has been our local team registered for the
resourceful human being. The dis- defined, we hope be able to stop Alzheimer’s annual Walk to End
ease has no boundaries; it attacks the ravaging mental and physical Alzheimer’s. Mark your calendars
the weak and the strong. destruction of Alzheimer’s. The for our 2019 fundraising events:
Alzheimer’s Association is the
DID YOU KNOW? Although leading volunteer health organi- APRIL 1 AT 7:00 PM
the biggest risk factor is age, Al- Movie Night
zheimer’s is also attacking the 50,
40, and even 30 year olds. 5.7 mil- Heritage Ranch Ballroom
lion Americans are currently liv- JUNE 3 AT 8:30 AM
ing with Alzheimer’s. This figure
includes 5.5 million people 65+ Shotgun HR Chip-In For Charity
and another 200,000 below 65 Golf Tournament
years of age. By 2050 this number
is projected to be close to 16 mil- AUGUST 31 AT 8:00 AM
lion. Every 65 seconds someone in Rancher’S For The Cure
the US develops Alzheimer’s. 1 in “End Alzheimer’S Walk”

All are welcome! Help us to see
a world without Alzheimer’s!

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I will donate 10% of each sale’s commission to the JOIN DR. HOOGEVEEN FOR A FREE 1 HOUR REGENERATIVE MEDICINE LECTURE
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24 Hour Airport Service receive signals from the other cells in your body. Stem cells
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to educate both his patients and himself on a regular
basis in an attempt to promote greater awareness about
the virtues of wellness.

"Stem Cells are the most exciting
new medical breakthrough and
treatment available today."

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 5

4 WAYS TO REGISTER FOR RANCH REMINDERS
HERITAGE RANCH EVENTS

Computer (online registration) SPRING REMINDERS
Available 24 hours a day
With Spring fast approaching, we know there will be more friends and
Processed in order received family visiting in the community and would like to offer these reminders:
Log on to www.heritageranchtickets.com, choose event and book
• Only licensed drivers driving carts anywhere inside the
Follow instructions on screen community.
72 hour cancellation required
Walk-in (person to person) • Please walk on sidewalks and not in the streets. A lot of drivers
Front Desk of the Clubhouse not familiar with the Ranch will not expect people in the streets.

7:00 AM – 10:00 PM • For guests to utilize Heritage Ranch facilities, the member must
Registration for events organized by the Activities Department be present with their guest at all times. Some facilities, such as
the Fitness Center and Indoor Pool have age restrictions related to
Will be charged to your Club account guests that can utilize those facilities.
72 hour cancellation required

Corral Grill (person to person)
Register at the Bar for restaurant events

7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Will be charged to your Club account

72 hour cancellation required

Sign-up Sheets ARCHITECTURAL APPROVAL REQUIRED
Sign up in the Arts and Crafts Room for activities sponsored by
Please remember ARC approval is required for all exterior modifications
groups, clubs, classes and free monthly events to your lot except seasonal color changes in beds. ARC approval is
7:00 AM – 10:00 PM required for yard ornaments, yard furniture, pots, modifications to
beds, removal and replacement of trees and shrubs, exterior painting,
72 hour cancellation required structural additions and more. Please visit the Heritage Ranch HOA
Website, hover your mouse over the Resources tab and select Documents
CtoadlalfCyuo,asrfloalrTFoRdEaEy in the drop-down box. The Design Guidelines and all Design Guidelines
WyoiunrdEoSswPtRiCmINleaGatnei!ng! Modifications are located in the Policies & Guidelines Folder.
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FENCE REPAIR & REPAINTING
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Fences that are in disrepair or in need of a fresh coat of paint can
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Guidelines states that “All fences shall be maintained consistent with
INISNUSURREEDD-- RREELLIIAABBLLEE -- EEFFFFICICIEINETNT- P- RPORFOEFSESSIOSNIOALNAL the community-wide standard.” Please make sure your fences are
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6 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

Who’s Cooking?
Heritage Ranch has a kitchen staff
Jason Bartlett, they can be proud of. Under the from his Grandparents. The philosophy of
Heritage Ranch Executive Chef leadership of Jason Bartlett, Her- First In First Out (FIFO) is followed in Ja-
itage Ranch Executive Chef, celebrating son’s kitchen with respect to food supplies.
Taken from an interview of 12 years at the Ranch in May, the Ranch
Jason Bartlett by Bill McIIlverny. can boost loyal employee retention. Ja- Justin Boyd creates the menus and reci-
son, with help from Justin Boyd, Sous pes and is the trainer of kitchen employ-
Chef, does all the food ordering. Jason ees. He has been at the Ranch for 6 years.
reports 60% of the to-
tal food income comes Jesus Uriostegui has been employed at
from the dining rev- the Ranch for 11 years. Along with being
enue and 40% comes
from banquets. When in charge of the Omelet
asked about the variety Station and salads he
of soups, Jason indi- has many other duties.
cated that a different soup is offered each
day. Trying new items and making Menu Mario Reyes has
changes are always a “crapshoot.” been the Lead Cook for
6 years and is assisted
Jason trained under his Grandparents by two helpers. Angie
in their restaurant and believes in the ba- Gavlick has been at the Ranch for 6 years
sic truths: cleanliness; respect for the job; and is the creator of many of the soups.
keep it simple and the other truths learned The Heritage Ranch kitchen staff takes
pride in giving the residents a quality din-
ing experience and appreciates the oppor-
tunity to make adjustments to accommo-
date the residents’ requests.

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• Pet friendly
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• Entertainment, activities & outings
• Library, Theater, Bistro Café, Chapel,

Arts & Crafts room and much more.

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 7

Jack Arrigo Jason Bartlett

High Quality And Affordable PC Hardware, Call Doug Brown Director of Food & Beverage Executive Chef
Network And Software Support [email protected] [email protected]
Heritage Ranch Resident
CALL ME FOR DETAILS For private parties, weddings or large groups, please contact:
972.886.3099 Cell: 972.567.9590
Office: 972.886.3099 Patty Wake
Fast And Friendly In-Home Or Remote Serving Heritage
Computer Support Director of Catering & Events
Ranch For Over (972) 886-4700 Ext. 125 | [email protected]
11 Years
For more detailed information see us at www.HeritageRanchHOA.com
You want to stay in the place you
call home. We can help. Easter Champagne Brunch

Whether you need someone to Call for a free, April 21st • 2 Seatings – 11:00am & 1:30pm
help a few hours a week or need no-obligation appointment
more comprehensive assistance, Adults $32.95++ Children 5-12 Yrs $13.95++
Home Instead can help. 972.910.2997 Kids 4 and under Free

• Companionship Care Brunch Buffet
Assorted Breakfast Bakeries, Fresh Fruit Display
Omelet & Waffle Station with all the Toppings,
Apple Smoked Bacon, Sausage, Oven Browned Potatoes,

Shrimp Cocktail and Smoked Salmon Station
Broccoli Salad, Pasta Salad & Carrot Salad

Carved Inside Round of Beef, Spiral Cut Pit Ham,
Coconut Breaded Chicken with a Pineapple–Mango Chutney,
Seared Orange Roughy with Sautéed Bok Choy, Cilantro and
Ginger-Soy Sauce, Cream Cheese Yukon Whipped Potatoes,
Wild Rice with Butternut Squash and Cranberries, Seasonal

Spring Vegetable, and Assorted Dessert Display
Complimentary Mimosas

RSVP: Call Jack @ 972-886-4700 Ext 102

• Medication Reminders Corral Grill Kitchen Hours Sunday Brunch

• Personal Care HomeInstead.com/413 Breakfast 11:00AM – 2:00PM
• Meals & Nutrition Saturday & Sunday $18.95
• Transportation 7:00AM – 11:00AM
Sunday Brunch Includes
• Household Duties Each Home Instead Senior Care® franchise office is Sunday Brunch a Full Buffet With a Wide
independently owned and operated. © 2018 Home Instead, Inc. 11:00AM – 2:00PM Variety of Entrees, Omelets,

Legacy Lunch & Dinner Salads, and Desserts.
Monday – Sunday Large groups make reservations
Financial Advisors 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Bar is Open until 10:00PM Nightly with Patty Wake, Director of
Mike Jarvis, CFP Catering and Events.
Certified Financial Planner *Corral Grill Hours are Subject to
Integrity and honesty in Change or Close Due to Events. THE OUTPOST
8951 Collin McKinney Pkwy, Unit 101 planning for your asset and Please Call for Reservations.
McKinney, TX 75070 income protection for life Summer Hours
Wednesday Theme Nights Open Monday through Friday
469-361-9380
[email protected] April 3rd — Baked Potato Night 7:00AM – 8:00PM
April 10th — Seafood Night Saturday and Sunday
• Former United States Marine Corps Officer • Member of Creekwood April 17th — Pasta Night 11:00AM – 8:00PM
United Methodist Church • 26 years of Financial Services Industry Experience April 24th — Steak Night *Outpost Hours are Subject to Change
Because of Events or Inclement Weather
Securities and advisory services offered through Cetera Advisor Networks L.L.C., member FINRA/SIPC. Happy Hour
Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity. Friday Night Curbside To-Go
Monday through Friday
4:00PM – 6:00PM Every Friday Night
4:00PM – 7:00PM
Prime Rib Special 972-886-4700 Ext 115
Call in a To-Go Order from the
Every Sunday Outpost, Pull up to the Clubhouse
16oz cut $23.95, 10oz cut $18.95 Door Closest to The Outpost and the
Server will bring your Order out to
To-Go Prime Rib orders must be you without Leaving your Car
called in by noon on Sunday.

Pick up between 5:00pm-6:00pm.

8 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Eric Hoyle at [email protected] A-QUATIC B-ODY C-HALLENGE
Tuesdays and Thursdays • 8:00AM – 9:00AM
Classes are $4.00 unless otherwise noted
THE BENEFITS OF WATER AEROBICS
1st Wednesday • 10:45AM – 12:00PM
FITNESS CENTER ORIENTATION (FREE)

By Appointment Only
Contact Victoria at 214-477-8404

H2O WORKS
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays • 9:30AM – 10:30AM

PARKINSON’S REGENERATION TRAINING
Wednesdays • 4:00PM – 5:30PM
Heritage Ballroom West
PILATES

Tuesdays and Thursdays • 9:15AM – 10:00AM
STRENGTH & CARDIO

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays • 8:30AM – 9:30AM
WATER WALKING

Tuesdays • No Instruction Free to Attend • 9:30AM
YOGA EXERCISE PROGRAM

Wednesday • 10:30AM – 11:30AM
ZUMBA

Tuesday and Thursday • 10:15AM – 11:00AM

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Mon-Fri: 8:30 am-5:00 pm. Other times available by appt.

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 9

RANCH REPORTER Complimentary

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Dallas Arboretum Bus Trip RANCH REMINDERS Champagne

Thursday, March 22nd MAILBOXES & FENCES SPEEDING Brunch

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we keep Heritage Ranch beautiful. While the Board, Committees and Management the posted speed limit within Heritage Ranch is 25 mph. Stop signs are not to be
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owners must also maintain their property. Many of the mailboxes and fences within Ranch.
Sign up online at: www.heritageranchtickets.com the Community have been withstanding the Texas weather for several years and
are starting to show the effects. Please look at your mailbox and fence to see if HANDICAP PARKING
they could use sprucing up with a fresh coat of paint. If your mailbox needs to be As a courtesy to your fellow homeowners and guests of the Clubhouse, please
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common courtesy but also, the law.
TREE & SHRUB TRIMMING
Town of Fairview Ordinance 2007-12-4A, adopted 12/4/2007 stipulates that SAVE YOUR HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION TONS OF MONEY AND
a landowner must trim and/or prune to a minimum height of eight feet any HAVE YOUR CLUB STATEMENT EMAILED!
tree or shrub that extends above any sidewalk, trail, or other public right-of- Email your consent to [email protected] We have over 650
way and a height of fourteen feet above any public street, road or alley. We members participating, saving the HOA an average of $975 a month in addition
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of Fairview Ordinances. This will help ensure the safety of pedestrians in emailed Club Statements.
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pass safely. Additionally Heritage Ranch CC&R’s require that shrubs & grasses
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that are growing over the sidewalk so they are maintained within in the yard area.
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PROFILE: HERITAGE RANCH CHORALE

This is the first in a series of profiles of the key groups that contribute to the rich culture and lifestyle of our community.
HR Chorale President Nancy Busby provided us with this overview.

What is the Heritage Ranch Chorale? also sing the National Anthem at a Lovejoy High School baseball game,
The Chorale consists of neighbors who love to share their joy of singing perform Christmas music at area nursing homes and memory care facili-
with the Heritage Ranch community, and the group’s been going strong ties, and go caroling for homebound neighbors at Heritage Ranch.
since it was formed in 2005. Quite a few singers from the original group
are still contributing their voices – and that’s saying something about their How about providing a Spring Concert preview?
commitment over the years, with weekly Tuesday afternoon rehearsals
and few breaks each year. Our Spring Concert is coming soon: we’re performing the same pro-
Today, we’re between 55 to 70 voices strong, although the number of
singers varies from week to week, depending on who is travelling, caring gram on two dates, May 2 and 3, Thursday and Friday. The concert will
for family members or tending to physical issues. If you’ve been to one
of our concerts, you know that we can really fill the ballroom with good feature selections from “West Side Story,” by Leonard Bernstein, and
music!
“Les Misérables,” by Claude-Michel Schönberg, and we’ll incorporate
What’s the artistic background of the Chorale?
We are privileged to be directed by resident Jesse Young, a well-respect- some choreography as well. With this popular, even beloved, reper-
ed choral director who served at the college and high school levels for
many years. McKinney resident Gail Wasson is our piano accompanist toire, we’re anticipating high at-
who regularly exceeds our hopes with her spectacular musical abilities.
Because our singers’ musical background varies – from trained vocal- tendance. We hope that you’ll Want to know more?
ists to some who don’t read music -- we don’t require auditions, just a love be able to join us in the Heritage Sit in on a rehearsal, Tues-
of singing! Ranch Ballroom on the night that day, 3:00PM, Heritage Ball-
works best for you! To secure room West, to experience sing-
Can you tell us about your annual tickets for this concert, please ing for the love of it or call
performances and activities? look for an email blast announc- Nancy Busby, 214-733-7315.
ing ticket sales.
We sing four major concerts at Heritage Ranch: Fourth of July, Veterans
Day, Christmas Concert and our Spring Concert in May. Each year we Proceeds from the Spring Con-

cert, our only 2019 fundraiser, are earmarked for paying for our accom-

panist, music purchases, program printing, props and supplies for our

community outreach. All other concerts this year are free to Heritage

Ranch residents and the community. By the way, many improvements

to the ballroom’s audio-visual equipment have been financed by such

fundraisers, along with other funds generated by the Heritage Ranch

Performing Arts groups.

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 11

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with a lot of people listening!

If you would like to be a part of this
event, you may just show up!!!

Contact Pat Friend with any
questions at 214-616-2477

or [email protected]

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Vicky and Monica Dinner at 5:30PM
Giorgetti Team Show at 7:00PM
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We are set for another amazing night of entertainment with
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12 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

Mentalist HOMEOWNER DANCE
Mark Stone
Sunday, March 31st • 7:00PM
Thursday, March 28th
7:00PM It’s a night for Country Western dancing! The
Lost Cowboy Band has played at Heritage Ranch
$15 per Person many times and remains one of the most popular

This is a show you do not want to miss. country dance band’s that we
Mark Stone has traveled all over the book here. Come on down and
world performing mental feats. You wear your dancing shoes or boots
as an audience will be participating or just come down and relax while
in some of these displays. Mark mixes listening to the music and sipping

comedy with his mental ability and truly on your favorite beverage!
will give you an evening to remember.
Mark has appeared on the Dick Cavett
show and wowed him so much that he
was asked to come back 2 days later!

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April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 13

All dates and times are subject to change. Contact group leader for details.

ARTS & CRAFTS 972-886-1101 972-302-8782 Elm Arts and Crafts Room
[email protected] Janet Tillman Nancy Martin
Artists’ Circle 225-773-3186 214-551-0495
Artists’ Circle Game Night [email protected] [email protected]
Every Monday from 10:00 AM -12 PM Euchre, Rummikub and more!
Elm Arts & Crafts Room Every Friday at 7:00 PM DANCE Medical Speakers Program
Fran Fatta Elm Arts and Crafts Room Events and dates vary
214-663-4911 Carol Sullivan Dance Club Ask to be added to email blast
[email protected] 972-363-1125 Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM Henry Kaplan
[email protected] Heritage Ballroom Stage Side [email protected]
Card Crafters Pat Moran
2nd Friday monthly at 10:30 AM Ladies Poker 214-558-9775 HOBBIES
Elm Arts and Crafts Room Every Wednesday at 6:30 PM [email protected]
$5 for materials Oak Card Room Book Club
Ann Cardile Line Dancing (Afternoon) 4th Tuesday monthly
214-544-1722 MahJongg Club Every Wednesday 10:00 AM
Every Tuesday 6:00-9:00 PM 3:00-4:00 Beginner Class Elms Arts and Crafts room
Happy Hooker-Fiber Arts Every Wednesday 1:00-4:00 PM 4:00-5:00 Improver/Intermediate Linda Judd
Every Monday Oak Card Room Class 248-872-3618
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Reservations required Al McGee [email protected]
Elm Arts & Crafts Room Sue Prince 214-500-5950
Sandra Gelfand [email protected] [email protected] Coloring Group
972-549-0882 Every Thursday 2nd and 4th Friday monthly
Men’s Duplicate Bridge 1:00 PM 12:00 noon-lunch/Coloring-1:00 PM
Nifty Needles Every Friday at 1:00 PM 1st Thursday of month is beginner Outpost Grill/Oak Card Room
1st and 3rd Thursday monthly Elm Arts and Crafts Room class Rowenna Bradshaw
9:00 AM-3:00 PM Al Ladwig Heritage Ballroom Stage Side 214-856-0799
All other Thursdays 972-886-0315 Sylvia Macaluso [email protected]
10:00 AM-12:00 noon [email protected] 972-549-2275
Elm Arts & Crafts Room [email protected] Genealogical Society
Toni Selby Men’s Poker 3rd Wednesday monthly
(972) 978-5800 Every Thursday at 4:30 PM Line Dancing (Evening) No meetings June-August and
[email protected] Oak Card Room Every Tuesday at 7:00 PM December
1st Tuesday of month is beginner 4:00 PM
CARDS & GAMES Social Party Bridge (all levels) class Elm Arts & Crafts Room
Every Monday and Friday at 6:30 PM Heritage Ballroom Stage Side Jan Samuels
Canasta Hand and Foot Elm Arts and Crafts Room – Monday/ Sylvia Macaluso 972-549-1550
Every Monday Elm Arts and Crafts Room – Friday 972-549-2275 [email protected]
12:45-4:00 PM Jacob & JoAnn Hes [email protected]
Oak Card Room 972-363-0539 Heritage Ranch Garden Friends
Open to men and women [email protected] Tap Class (Instructor Tonya 10:00 AM
Martha Irish Brayton) Heritage Ballroom West
972-549-2266 Third Fridays Ladies Bridge and Every Tuesday Bonnie Short
[email protected] Lunch Beginners – 4:00-5:00 PM [email protected]
3rd Friday monthly Experienced – 5:00-6:00 PM com
Duplicate Bridge 11:30 AM Corral Grill followed by Heritage Ballroom Stage Side Details at
Every Monday at 6:30 PM Bridge in Card Room HeritageRanchGardenFriends.com
Oak Card Room Sign-up in advance in Elm Arts and HEALTH/MEDICAL
Jane Nordam Crafts Room Photography Club
972-363-2503 Marilyn Hallgren Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregivers 1st Thursday monthly at 4:00 PM
[email protected] 972-886-0920 Support Group Details at http://home.grandecom.
[email protected] 2nd Thursday monthly net/~chenkle/HRPG/HRPG_Web_
First Friday Ladies Bridge & Lunch 4:00-5:30 PM Page.pdf
Buffet Tuesday Ladies Intermediate Elm Arts and Crafts Room Elm Arts and Crafts Room
1st Friday monthly at 10:00 AM Bridge Joan van Vliet Charlie Henkle
Oak Card Room Every Tuesday 972-549-0120 972-886-0888
Sign-up in advance in Elm Arts and 1:00-4:00 PM [email protected]
Crafts Room Oak Card Room Discussion Group
Carolyn Dill Cindy Porter 2nd Monday monthly at 3:45pm • continued on next page•

14 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

All dates and times are subject to change. Contact group leader for details.

Storytellers Club POLITICAL/CIVIC Get Connected Bible Study Boomers
4th Monday monthly at 1:00 PM Every Tuesday (Fall, Winter, Spring) Monthly Happy Hours 5:30-7:00 PM
September-May Democratic Club 7:00-8:00 PM Ask to be added to email blast
No Meeting in December Go to www.demclubathr.com for Elm Arts & Crafts Room Oak Billiards Room
$50 for eight programs and May activity details Larry or Marilyn Eagan Patti Jones
luncheon Shari Shaw 214-215-5011 972-523-5101
$10 guest fee per program [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Heritage Ballroom
Mail Checks to: Republican Club SOCIAL Fly Girls (flight attendants)
Lindy Johnston www.hrrepublicanclub.blogspot.com Events and dates vary
361 Hitching Post Drive Ted Puchacz Billiards Society Cynthia Drey
972-363-0718 Info at www.TheBilliardsSociety.com 972-363-2404
PERFORMING ARTS [email protected] Men’s Happy Hour every Wednesday [email protected]
@ 4:00 PM Haroldy Woods
Heritage Ranch Chorale RELIGION Women’s Play every Tuesday 10:00 214-680-7171
Every Tuesday at 3:00 PM AM-12:00 noon [email protected]
Heritage Ballroom West Bible Study for Ladies (Non- Oak Billiards Room
Nancy Busby Denomination) Bob Sloan Iowa Connection
214-733-7315 Every Monday 214-715-7315 Monthly events and dates vary
[email protected] 9:30 AM fellowship/10:00 AM study Sheila Levatino Barbara Brunette
Ballroom 972-363-0550 972-533-3015
Theatre Guild Virginia Armstrong [email protected] [email protected]
Thursdays quarterly at 2:00 PM 972-549-0029
Elm Arts and Crafts Room [email protected]
Tony Macaluso
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All dates and times are subject to change. Contact group leader for details.

Ladies Lunch Bunch Sandy Genovese Retired Old Men Eating Out Front of HR clubhouse
Make reservations in notebook 214-802-2867 (ROMEOs) Jim Salinas
Elms Arts and Crafts Room [email protected] Call or message for details [email protected]
Sandy Gorman Roy Serpa
972-549-2500 New York Connection 972-886-0406 Bocce Ball League
[email protected] 3rd Saturday monthly [email protected] Spring and Fall Leagues
11:00 AM Don Livingston
Ladies Social Oak Billiard Room Singles Mingles 972-832-2052
Every Monday at 5:00 PM Susan Geminder Select Fridays at 5:00 PM [email protected]
Corral Grill [email protected] Heritage Ballroom
972-363-0038 Barbara Hoxsey Bowling League
Louisiana Roots 972-886-1011 Every Wednesday (Fall and Winter)
Events and dates vary Pennsylvania Connection [email protected] 1:00 PM
Gayle Barns Monthly events and dates vary Plano Super Bowl
972-835-0830 Charlie Arnt SPORTS All residents welcome to join
[email protected] 214-477-4753 Eric Hoyle
[email protected] Allen Americans Hockey Fan Club 972-886-4700 ext. 101
Men’s Happy Hour(s) Discount tickets available during [email protected]
Every Wednesday at 4:30 PM Ranchettes (Single Ladies Dinner) hockey season
Oak Billiard Room 2nd Wednesday monthly Barry Janssen Couples Golf Association
5:30 PM 972-363-0997 Every Tuesday
Midwest Connection Heritage Ballroom West [email protected] 8:30 (Spring, Summer, Fall)
Events and dates vary Elouise Plain 9:30 AM (Winter)
Ask to be added to email blast 972-363-0388 Bicycling Group Sign up the prior Sunday by noon
Darlene Baughman [email protected] Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday www.hrcouplesgolf.org
[email protected] 9:00 AM
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All dates and times are subject to change. Contact group leader for details.

Croquet Golf Men’s Golf Association [email protected] Every Saturday – 9:30 AM
Saturdays at 9:00am March-October Walt Ingram Indoor Pool
Bocce Court Every Thursday at 8:30 AM 512-923-8543 Phyllis Allen
Jon and Linda Taylor Annual Membership dues are $90 972-975-7705
972-886-1002 John Skinner Table Tennis [email protected]
[email protected] 214-908-7182 Every Monday (open play)
[email protected] Every Thursday TRAVEL
Disc Golf 7:00-10:00 PM
Don Livingston Men’s Nine Hole Golf Association Elm Arts and Crafts Room Road Runners Travel Club
972-832-2052 April-October Bring paddles and balls Wednesdays
[email protected] Every Tuesday Ken Chadee 4:00 PM every other month
Tee times starting 7 AM 972-886-0292 $5 membership dues
Fishing for Fun November-March [email protected] Details at http://
Join email list for details Every Tuesday (weather permitting) roadrunnerstravelclub.com
Bob Cantin Tee times starting 1 PM Tennis Association Don Wilson
469-236-6722 $25 membership dues Men: Every Monday, Wednesday/ 972-603-6880
[email protected] George Lark Friday
[email protected] Women: Every Tuesday/Thursday RV Club
Ladies Golf Association Open play: Sunday Call or message for details
Every Wednesday (weather Pickleball HR courts Chris Maxwell
permitting) Open play for men and women www.hrtennisassociation.com 214-498-4171
8:30 AM Courts One and Two [email protected]
Sign up in the Golf Shop Monday-Saturday -Times vary due to Water Volleyball Georgeann Bilich
Martha Vannoy weather Every Monday - 10:45 AM 214-934-0008
214-537-4767 Cindy Ingram Every Tuesday – 6:30 PM [email protected]
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The Heritage Ranch Ranchettes, our community’s single ladies, celebrated with a lovely Valentine-themed dinner on February 13th at
their monthly meeting. Coordinated by hostesses Katy Gray and Lois Clagett, the event was complete with games and an assortment of
pretty outfits and fun hats. A total of 38 attendees voted for their favorite hat, and the winner received a cute stuffed valentine toy. A big
thanks to our ladies who volunteer each month to plan the dinner menu, theme and entertainment. We always have a great time with a
variety of menu choices and creative entertainment!

left

Pennsylvania Connection held a planning
session at the home of Charlie and
Sandy Arnt on January 31st. Pictured
from left to right: N. Catlin, R. Short, S.
Arnt, H. Germinder, C. Arnt, P. Ernst, R.
Robinson, S. Dougherty, R Ernst, S. Eley,
J. Transue, J. Collette, J. Eley. Anyone
interested in participating in upcoming
events, please contact Charlie or Sandy
Arnt at 214-477-4753 or [email protected]

above

Heritage Ranch Pickleball members gathered together for Happy Hour on Feb 21st when we showed off our new Pickleball shirts.
Looking forward to a new spring season of Pickleball. If you are new to Pickleball come out anytime and you will be playing in as little
as 30 minutes. Welcome to all HR members.

18 Ranch Reporter | April 2019

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2019 Issues* HRR Due Date
May Issue 03/22/19
June Issue 04/22/19
July Issue 05/22/19
August Issue 06/21/19
September Issue 07/24/19
October Issue 08/23/19
November Issue 09/20/19
December Issue 10/18/19

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*Each issue will be mailed at the end of the previous month.

April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 19

Phone: 972.549.0276 • Fax: 972.540.0606

Men’s Nine Hole Golf Association ments, or questions. Or visit our website at www.hrmga.com. We hope

We had an excellent turnout for our annual meeting with some new to see you on the course!

faces ready to take our money. President – John Skinner Treasurer – Patrick Leahy

We are now in our spring schedule with tee off at 7:30 for the back 214-908-7182 614-579-5393

nine on Tuesday or 18 holes shotgun at 7:30 on Thursdays. Our first [email protected] [email protected]

tournament is April 2nd, sign up now and start tuning up those rusty

swings for the fun to begin. Vice President – Paul Sawasaki Secretary – Scott Reed
310-849-4436 469-767-2957
For questions please contact the clubhouse or President George Lark [email protected] [email protected]

at 214-504-4154. Web Master is Ron Vickery at 972-363-0536.

Don’t miss the great comradery and fun golf. Join now!

Your board members are: Past President – Dick Mlack

George Lark, President 214-504-4154 972-363-0094
[email protected]
Joe Durham, VP 214-384-3486

Dennis Furman, Treasurer 972-363-2512

Will Leasch, Secretary 815-621-3370 Heritage Ranch Ladies Golf Association

Ron Vickery, ************Tee time change in April**********
8:30AM Shot Gun, 9 Hole Follows
webmaster/tournament director 972-363-0536
April 3 - (Wed) - TOURNAMENT - “JINX DAY”
Bill Vernier, Director 972-363-2114 Individual Play

John Noordam, Director 972-363-2503 April 10 - (Wed) - Play Day - “TRUE/ FALSE”
Individual Play
Dave Ettinger, Director 972-569-8819
April 17 - (Wed) - Play Day - “THROW OUT PAR 5’s”
MGA (Men’s Golf Association) Individual Play

The Heritage Ranch Men’s Golf Association (MGA) is open to male April 24 - (Wed) - Play Day - “5 CLUB DAY”
golfers of all abilities, who are either owners, residents, annual pass Individual Play
holders, Heritage Club, or Ranch Club members, and are 48 years of
age or older. If you are new to Heritage Ranch and would like information about
our Ladies Golf Association, please contact Kathy Sexton at Ksexto-
The goal is to provide our members the opportunity to participate, [email protected]
meet new golfers, establish new friends and enjoy themselves.
Couples’ Golf Association
Our 2019 season begins the first full week of March and continues April will see two fun events for Couples Golf. On Tuesday, April
through October. We play on Thursdays at 8:30AM and have a full
schedule of events including weekly tournaments. The MGA Match 9th, please join us for our first 18 hole tournament of the season with a
Play, MGA Member-Member, MGA Club Championship, and MGA shotgun start at 8:30AM with lunch at the club following.
Heritage Cup are a few of the key tournaments held each year. The
tournaments are flighted and all players tee off from the MGA tees. On Tuesday, April 23rd another fun Nine & Dine will take place
with a shotgun start at 4PM with dinner following.
A USGA, GHIN handicap is required to participate in MGA Tourna-
ments. The Golf Shop will enroll players in the GHIN system upon If you haven’t joined for the year, please contact our Treasurer, Ma-
payment of the GHIN fee. rie Shisler at [email protected] to join.

The annual membership dues are $90.00. Our Tuesday play days have moved to 8:30AM for the summer.
It’s easy to join. Simply complete the 2019 registration form and Please sign up by the prior Sunday noon in Golf Genius. Remember
deliver it along with your check made out to the Heritage Ranch MGA that you can sign up with another couple from HR or you can invite an
to the Golf Shop. outside couple to play with you or you can sign up as a single couple
The MGA Board members for 2019 are listed at the top of the next and you will be paired with another single couple. You can find up-
column. Please contact any officer for additional information, com- dates and our complete schedule of events at www.hrcouplesgolf.org.

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• WHAT’S YOUR RACQUET? • HO MEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
OF HERITAGE RANCH, INC.

2019 Board of Directors Meeting Schedule

Apr. 19, 2019 9:00AM Arts & Crafts Room
May 17, 2019 9:00AM Arts & Crafts Room
June 21, 2019 9:00AM Arts & Crafts Room

TENNIS EVENTS ON THE HORIZON

March did come in like a lion and left like a lamb. March 28.............. Mentalist Mark Stone
Spring is finally here! So come out and enjoy this March 31.............. Homeowner Dance (Rob Dixon)
beautiful weather and play tennis. Be sure to look at April 3................... Kids Camp Registration
the HRTA website for information and scheduled times. April 4................... Live Trivia Night
Included on the website are also photos of tennis activities April 11................. Godspell by First United
and the Tennis Association officers serving 2019-2021. Methodist Kid’s Choir
A shout out goes to Jerry Kwiecien, a member of April 16................. Ladies Style Show
HRTA! His 3.0 over 65 USTA team out of High Point April 18................. 2019 Concert Series
Tennis Center in Plano competed at the USTA National (Texas Gypsies)
Tournament in Surprise, Arizona in late January. Congrats April 19................. Easter Egg Hunt
to Jerry for his participation in our much loved sport! April 21................. Easter Brunch
Social tennis is held in the mornings on the HR courts April 25................. Cliff Erickson Dinner Show
as follows: April 29................. HR Jam Session
• Men: Monday/Wednesday/Friday
• Women: Tuesday/Thursday HOWDY NEW NEIGHBORS
• Mixed: Saturday
Jo Ann Cameron – 448 Long Cove Drive
HRTA website: www.hrtennisassociation.com Gary & Beth Wilson – 424 Black Diamond Court
Stay healthy and play tennis! Robert & Cynthia Drey – 730 Scenic Ranch Circle

PICKLE BALL Gail Coyle – 823 Mustang Drive
Kelly Brown – 942 Scenic Ranch Circle
We are so excited to have our eight permanent pickleball Joni Soale & Treva Thompson – 904 Grand Cypress Lane
courts now finished at Heritage Ranch. Please come out Elizabeth Freeman Bovis – 429 Cabellero Court
and learn how to play pickleball. If you are new to the
sport, we offer instruction for beginners during scheduled- April 2019 | Ranch Reporter 21
play times. Don’t have a paddle? Don’t worry. We have
extra paddles you can use while you learn to play.

HR Pickleball - OPEN PLAY Schedule
Monday thru Saturday - times vary due to weather
You can contact any HR member if you want to play
at a time not posted above. Come
out and enjoy pickleball! We
have a locker located on the
courts with extra paddles
and pickleballs you can
use while playing at the
Ranch.

Contact: Cindy Ingram -
[email protected]

Head Golf Professional — CHARLIE MABIE

April Golf Calendar The “Masters” Play With The Pro
• Couples Golf Play Tuesdays at 8:30AM Tee Times April 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th
• 9 Hole Men Play Tuesdays at 7AM Tee Times on #10
• LGA Playdays – 8:30AM Shotgun Start for 18 holers, with 9 Hol- $10 per entry, You may enter as many times as you like!
Make Your Own Tee Time and Group
ers to follow
• MGA Playdays – 8:30AM Shotgun Starts Pick a player out of the hat from the Top 50 Players in the Augusta
• April 2nd – 9 Hole Men Major 7:30AM on #10 Tee National Masters Field and your Net Score will be added to their
• April 5th – Cure for Sam Golf Tournament 144ppl 1PM Shotgun
• April 9th – HR Couples’ Golf Tournament 50ppl 8:30AM Shotgun Tournament Score of that day.
• April 11th , 12th, 13th & 14th – “Masters” Play with the Pro 1/3 of the field will win Golf Shop Credit
• April 14th – MEGA Golf Tournament 40ppl 1PM Tee Times
• April 14th – Boomers’ Scramble 32ppl 4PM Shotgun April is “Empty Your Garage” & Trade-Up Month
• April 18th – Callaway Demo Day 1-5PM Bring in those old clubs that are just gathering dust.
• April 19th – Good Friday The golf shop will offer you the PGA Trade-in price that can be
• April 21st – EASTER
• April 23rd – HR Couples’ 9 & Dine 60ppl 4PM Shotgun used towards your next purchase.
• April 24th – Ladies’ Callaway Demo Day 1:30-5:30PM Trade-In values will be increased by 50% with the purchase of
• April 26th – Veteran’s Center of North Texas Golf Tournament Golf Clubs. To qualify for 50% increase in Trade-In Value, the

120ppl 1PM Shotgun clubs must be of the same number and type.
• April 27th – Sean Leach Memorial Golf Tournament 100ppl 1PM
Callaway Golf Demo Events –
Shotgun Come Try Out the New 2019 Technology
• April 29th – Wendy Pollard Golf Tournament 90ppl 1PM Shotgun
April 18th 1PM to 5PM
MYcoKuirnnDeoywDnteonwtinst Ladies’ Demo day April 24th 1:30pm to 5:30pm

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GOLF CLINICS (Weather Permitting) • The LGA Hole-in-One Club is open to Members of the La-
The clinics cover the fundamentals of Full Swing, Short Game dies’ Golf Association only
and Game Management. Clinics are 6 to 1 ratio (student to teach-
er) and are held on Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays from 11AM • The Heritage Ranch Hole-in-One Club is open to All Heri-
to Noon. Cost is $20.00 per student, per clinic. Space is limited, tage Ranch Residents
so reservations are required. We will also have a Saturday Clinic
from 11AM to Noon that is open to anyone. HOW IT WORKS
• Sign Up in the Golf Shop
“RANCH BUCKS” SUNDAYS • When someone in the Hole-in-One Club makes an Ace or
Receive $15 “Ranch Bucks” with Paid Prime Time Sunday an Albatross (score of 2 on a Par 5), your account will be
Round. *Does not apply to weekend mid, twilight or super-twi- charged $5.
light rates. Bucks expire 1 month from date of issue. Cannot • The total pot will be paid out to the person who made the
be applied to Club Membership Statement. Cannot be combined hole-in-one.
with any other offers or promotions.
HOW TO WIN
KIDS PLAY FREE!!! • Make a hole-in-one or albatross at Heritage Ranch
Bring kids , ages 17 and under, after 2PM and the kids play free • Verified by at least two (2) witnesses, other than the shot
when accompanied by each full paying adult. OR, Kids play for maker
$1 times their age if playing before 2PM when accompanied by • As part of a 9 or 18 hole round of golf, any weather suspend-
each full paying adult. ed rounds must be completed as soon as reasonably possible.
• Scorecard must be turned into the Golf Shop
Heritage Ranch Hole-in-One Club • No Mulligans
You can be rewarded for that SPECIAL SHOT!!
THERE ARE 2 HOLE-IN-ONE CLUBS AVAILABLE WHAT YOU WIN
• 100% of the pot
• As credit to your Club Account (Golf Shop or Grill)
THIS IS VOLUNTARY, YOU CAN ELECT
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