Category: January 2019

Lady Putters support food bank

Peggy McGee The Putters have gone all out to support the Green Valley Food Bank (AKA Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona) this year. First it was Christmas in July and then it was Christmas in December when the ladies donated 179 pounds of food and $550 in cash. That was phenomenal considering they were…

Sun Lakes Rotary Club and Healing Vets present the Hooked on Healing Veterans Ride Feb. 23

This rapidly growing ride raises funds that go support our returning wounded veterans. One hundred percent of our ride proceeds go to the Phoenix program of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a not-for-profit dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military personnel and disabled Veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including…

MIM tour planned

Bob Stuart Arizona Pathfinders, a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a one-day tour on Saturday, April 6, 2019, to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ. Join us for an interesting musical adventure. Travel is by luxury coach; all fees and gratuities are included. Embark on a musical journey. Spend…

All in the Family

Ron and Vicki Sullivan Mark your calendars for March 1, 2 and 3. Quail Creek will host its fourth annual spring Mata Ortiz pottery, Zapotec weaving and Taxco jewelry show at the Kino Conference Center. For the first time, master potters Mirna Hernandez and son Jesus Octavio Silveira Jr. will be featured artists at Quail…

SBRWGA hosts 2018 Robson Cup Challenge

Cathy Kerley On November 12, 2018 the ladies of the SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association hosted the Robson Cup Challenge at the Ranch for the first time! Seven teams of twelve women competed from the surrounding Robson Communities including MountainView/Preserve, SaddleBrooke One, Oakwood, PebbleCreek, Quail Creek, Robson Ranch and SaddleBrooke Ranch. It was a bitter…

Girls just want to have fun

Peggy McGee As the New Year began, the Lady Putters finalized their plans for the first of 2019 playing events with the other two Quail Creek ladies golf groups, the Niners and 18-hole golfers. The competition is slated for Thursday, January 24 with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Cost for the Putters will be $23.…

Review of “It happened one Christmas Eve”

The Anonymous Reviewer The Quail Creek performers presenting this Christmas play did an outstanding job from the opening act to the fan favorite Hallelujah Chorus then ending with the choir performing five really impressive numbers. Director Dodie Prescott and Musical Director Cindy Gierada put together a very pleasant and enjoyable show.