Expansion at the Grill continues

Zapotec weaving and dye traditions come to Quail Creek

Cool Cars and Street Cars…A visit to the Flandrau Planetarium

The Lady Putters present annual awards

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Expansion at the Grill continues

  Sherry Jackson, RCI Corporate Communications The expansion of The Grill at Quail Creek is coming together nicely as construction activities progress. Structural steel, wood framing, interior framing and roofing…

The Lady Putters present annual awards

  Peggy McGee The Lady Putters heralded the New Year by recognizing the high achievers for 2017 as well as the winners for the latest six-week period at their luncheon.…

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

  Peggy McGee On a sunny day in mid-January with above average temperatures, the Golfing Girls did indeed have fun. This special event teamed the three all-female golfing groups in…

Dont miss PAG’s presentation of California Suite

Tal Middleton If you came to see Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite a few years back, you are sure to enjoy Quail Creek PAG’s upcoming play this April, of his Oscar winning production, California Suite. You will see four separate vignettes ranging from hilarity to poignancy. Watch Hannah and Billy Warren meet after nine years of divorce to…

Calling all Quail Creek Art Lovers and Neighbors

Sue Bowerman Mark your calendars for March 16, 17 and 18 at the Quail Creek Creative Arts and Technology Center from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Eleven artists from Quail Creek will be participating in the Tubac Center of the Arts Open Studio Tour. Instead of showing work in their individual studios, they will exhibit…

Quail Creek Holiday Parade highlights

Anita Fisk More than 40 golf carts, motorcycles, antique cars and trucks participated in the annual Quail Creek Holiday Parade held on December 7. Decorated with strings of twinkling Christmas lights, silver bells and colorful ornaments, the parade, led by the local Green Valley Fire Department, slowly traversed the community to the enjoyment of residents…

QCMGA 2 Man Championship results

  Tim Phillips The first major three day event on the QCMGA Tournament Schedule is the Two Man Team Championship. This is a two-man team competition played on a net best ball basis with winners in each of the five flights. Within each flight there were eight teams in all but one flight had nine…

All about services for blind vets

  Peggy McGee Diane Kellermeyer, Chief Southwestern Blind Rehabilitation Center at the Tucson VA hospital, was the speaker at the January meeting of the Green Valley Chapter, Military Officers Association. The requirement to help those blinded by their military service was established on January 8, 1944 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt decreed that “no blinded…

Second Kino Lecture well-attended and received

  Jean Tittle On Monday, January 15, 2018, Randy Serraglio from Tucson’s Center for Biological Diversity delivered a talk and slide show titled “Arizona Jaguars: A Future in Limbo.” With his expertise and passion for protecting this endangered species and its habitat, Randy entertained and educated the audience as to what will enable this beautiful…