Meat and Cheese Board a great after golf or pre-dinner treat

Garage sale items needed for November cancer benefit sale

QCLGA members enjoy a “No Frills Member/Guest” tournament

Lady Putters celebrate Christmas in July

Lady Putters celebrate Christmas in July

Mary Anderson, Janet Wegner, Joyce Walton and Diane Dodd sported holiday attire for Christmas in July; Photo by Sylvia Butler. Just some of the grocery donations that the 43 Lady…

Gourdy Guys In The Creek

Carol Signore Quail Creek added eight new members in 2018 including some very talented new Gourdy Guys. One new gourder, Ken Bahr, has taken an innovative approach to mask making by combining his previous woodworking experience with brand new gourding skills. He recently transformed a large round body gourd, with thick wood dowels he hand-sanded…

Cancer fundraising goal still possible

Ginny Hutcheson The Quail Creek Fights Back Relay For Life Team has so far raised a record setting $29,259 to fund cancer research, patient programs, education and advocacy for the American Cancer Society. The team is hoping to raise the last $741 prior to the August 31, 2018 Relay For Life end of year. The…

Save the date!

“History Before the Start of the Spanish Mission,” presented by Craig Reid, will be on January 28, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. Seating is limited. Father Kino journeys north to the O’odham village of Wa:k in 1692 to establish the mission of San Xavier del Bac. Two centuries before this…

Summer sewing fun

Max Perzan It all started in 2010 when the ladies of the Quail Creek Needlework Club made “pillow case” sundresses to help young girls who had been victims of a devastating earthquake in Haiti. The club was able to send more than 100 dresses at that time to support the young girls. The tradition of…

From good to gorgeous

JoAnn Haberer On August 27, The Women of Quail Creek will host Elise Marquam-Jahns, a nationally known makeup artist, who will present tips on looking your best regardless of your age. Have you noticed a few unexpected (and unwelcome) changes in your skin and appearance in the past few years? And has it seemed as…

Mark your calendars

A Mata Ortiz pottery, jewelry and Zapotec weaving show will be held in the Kino Conference Center, October 12 (noon-5:00 p.m.), October 13 (9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.) and October 14 (10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.). Watch Mata Ortiz potters form, paint and fire pottery. Marvel at jewelry made from pottery shards wrapped in Taxco sterling silver. Be amazed…