Category: January 2018

TRIPS Made In Tucson IV a success

Joyce Clark TRIPS educational day tours once again celebrated entrepreneurship in Tucson on November 14. The group began the tour day by learning about the history and process of making Italian gelato at Pistachio Gelato on Campbell Ave. Elio Sottoscritto and his partners were extremely enthusiastic hosts as they emphasized the healthy ingredients used in…

From The New Home Sales Team

  We are happy to report that 2017 was a great year for Quail Creek. We welcomed many new residents and had lots of new and exciting activities going on. Our outlook for 2018 is even better, with a new restaurant expansion and much more. Be sure to visit www.robson.com for updates on all planned…

Magazines in the library at Madera Clubhouse

Larry Thomson The Quail Creek Clubhouse Library has a good selection of recent magazines. They are on racks in the rear of the library sorted by general categories. All magazines are from donations so please keep bringing them in to share. Donations can be shelved directly, placed in the donation box in the hall or…

QCVGA brings holiday meals to Camp Bravo veterans

Tom Haberer and Charlie Shultheis Camp Bravo, one of a growing number of loosely connected veterans’ camps in Arizona, is a homeless veterans’ camp located in the South Tucson industrial area. The camp is a temporary living center and works with the VA and other training and employment agencies in an attempt to transition homeless…

3rd Annual Pottery Show March 2, 3, 4

  Ron and Vicki Sullivan Mark your calendars for March 2, 3 and 4. Quail Creek will host its third annual spring Mata Ortiz pottery, Zapotec weaving and Taxco jewelry show at the Kino Conference Center the first weekend in March. Located in the heart of Quail Creek, Kino Conference Center is adjacent to the…

Empty bowls offer more than just soup

Peggy McGee The twelfth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser event will be held on Saturday, February 10 at Valley Presbyterian Church, 2800 S. Camino del Sol in Green Valley. There will be three seatings: 11:00 a.m., noon and 1:00 p.m. This event features soups prepared by several restaurants in the local area. All proceeds are used…

SASO January concert for Chinese New Year

  Punch Howarth Linus Lerner and the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra will celebrate Chinese New Year in January with a series of four performances in conjunction with the local Chinese community. The orchestra has participated in this event several times in the past years. As many SASO followers are aware, the orchestra was guest artists…