Women prevail once again at annual Prickly Pear Golf Tournament

Rally on the SarengeTee

TWOQC hosts baby shower for National Guard

Nurses’ Group gearing up for the fall

Rally on the SarengeTee

Left to right, back row: Marci Yenerich, Cheryl Collyer and Mary Lynne Fischer; front, Rose Welliver, Sherry Gall and Cheri Sipe Terri Erickson The rally committee is gearing up once…

TWOQC hosts baby shower for National Guard

The shower committee was rewarded with hugs and smiles for their efforts to make the moms aware of the love and respect the military has from the community; photo by…

Nurses’ Group gearing up for the fall

The Nurses’ Group last spring Karen Lickteig After a quiet summer and lots of vacations the Nurses’ Group will get started with a Pizza Party Monday, September 8 at 5:30…

Experience Tucson’s St. Philip’s Farmers’ Market

Palm straw cowboy hats and pachuco 50s style fedoras

Ron and Vicki Sullivan St. Philip’s Farmers’ Market is the in town fun weekend venue to shop for food and artisan goods. Located in the heart of Tucson on Campbell Road between River Road and the Rillito River every Saturday, it is in one of the oldest and best known weekend farmers’ market locations in…

July photo contest – Pete Murphy wins hands down

First Place: Pete Murphy, Gunslinger

Robert Thoresen Old Tombstone was the location for Pete’s winning photograph Gunslinger. The contest theme was Hands which required the three finalists to go out and plan the shot rather than culling through their photo files for an appropriate entry. Pete’s granddaughter was visiting this summer and a visit to Tombstone was one of the…

History of Madera Canyon

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Friends of Madera Canyon is pleased to present the History of Madera Canuon on Monday, October 6 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom by Vice President of Education, FOMC Jim Woodward. Tickets are $10 per person and available at the Concierge Desk or Green Valley/Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce. Today when we…

An interview with QC Ballroom Dance Club president

Robert Lewis

It’s going to be an exciting dance season. We have some great bands and the dinner/dance themes will allow our Chef and culinary staff an opportunity to present some amazing dinners. How long have you been members and how did you get involved in the QCBDC? We came as guests to our first ballroom dance…

Annual garage sale – November 15

Quail Creek will be conducting its annual garage sale on Saturday, November 15, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We anticipate having over 200 homes participating. Plan on attending this annual community-wide garage sale. There will be a separate manned vehicle lot with everything from golf carts to cars to RVs. Food and beverages…

Happy Birthday to you! – September 2014

Happy birthday to every one celebrating a birthday! If you’re on this list be sure to stop by the Quail Creek Grill for your free Sunshine Dessert! Didn’t receive your ebirthday Card? Changed your email address? Please take a moment and let me know. Call at 444-2575 or send an email to: quailcreeksunshine@gmail.com so you…

Crossing Borders to put hands in clay

Ron Sullivan showing his Mata Ortiz Mexican Pottery

Vicki and Ron Sullivan What do Mata Ortiz Mexican Pottery, Silver City in New Mexico and Quail Creek have in common? Would a hint help? The 2014 five day Clay Festival held in Silver City, New Mexico, could be the answer. On an overcast Thursday afternoon in August, a group of 12 people sat underneath…