Name That Tune on August 31

Save the Date – TWOQC clothing drive for homeless veterans

Quail Creek Photographers Tour Tohono Chul

Putting Challenge for the Lady 18 hole golfers and putters

Military families showered with support

Diane Quinn Looks of amazement shined on the face of each Mom and expectant Mom as she entered the transformed mess hall of the National Guard 162nd Fighter Wing on July 25. Twenty-eight families, 12 of whom included moms who are in the military themselves, joined The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) for its fifth…

Jeff Krueger wins May’s photo contest

First Place: Jeff Krueger - Bird Bath

Robert Thoresen A definition is needed for this article. How is reflections defined? Thanks to Webster’s New World Dictionary of the American Language for assistance. As a verb or noun reflection is an image of somebody or something that appears in a mirror or other reflecting surface (synonyms: mirror image—likeness—echo—image—replication); the process or act of reflecting…

Photography Club April contest winners

First Place: Jim Burstrand – Circuits

Robert Thoresen April’s contest theme was electronics. Two of the three top finishers took apart circuit boards to create their images. Third place finisher Steve Piepmeier approached this topic from a much larger geopolitical scale. Jim Burkstrand’s first place photo Circuits was taken April 1, 2016. Jim had an old electronic weather station that had stopped…

TWOQC participates in Memorial Day Recognition

With approximately 300 people in attendance, The Women of Quail Creek laid a wreath at Green Valley Cemetery during the annual Memorial Day tribute to our nation’s fallen. Peggy McGee represented TWOQC at the annual event and placed a wreath made by TWOQC member Sandi Beach. The event was marked by an F-16 flyover from…

Resident publishes book

Author James Asbell offers witty advice for anyone with health difficulties.

Lee Asbell Quail Creek resident James Asbell has recently published a book entitled Live Well With Terminal Illness and Other Crappy Diseases. Fifteen months ago, Jim Asbell was diagnosed with incurable Stage IV colon cancer. This was not Jim’s first experience with nasty health issues. It all began with polio when he was just a…