Category: March 2014

Lonely Street Productions presents British Invasion

Lonely Street Productions presents British Invasion—Rock and Roll From Across the Pond on Monday, March 28, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. Ticket price is $25 per person. A cash bar opens at 6:00 p.m. and will remain open through intermission. We all know the Beatles changed the game when it…

Monday Night Book Club discusses The Orphan Master’s Son

Mary Kollschegg For those who lived during the time of the Korean War (or Conflict as some insist on calling it), their recollections of the news stories about North Korea probably do not include such concepts as friendship, love or beauty. The Monday Book Club’s selection for April, The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson, contains all…

Sweetheart dinner

Wally Ueberschar On February 11, the Men’s Nine Hole Golf League (aka: Desert Duffers) hosted a Sweetheart Dinner for members, wives and guests. It was a great turn out with 113 guests. Our current President Frank Hewitt thanked our 2013 Board of Directors and all committees for their help in producing a wonderful year of…

News from the Green Committee

The February 3, 2014, Green Committee meeting was both spirited and informative. The meeting was well attended by members who came to offer their opinions regarding over seeding. The Green Committee’s objective is to promote and enhance the golfers’ enjoyment and satisfaction from the use of the Quail Creek golf facilities. As the Quail Creek…

PCQC: Pete Murphy takes first place

Robert Thoresen Pete Murphy’s winning first place picture of the sandstone feature Ear-of-the Wind was taken on a club overnight photo field trip to Monument Valley in November 2011. The trip also included a Navajo guided tour of Antelope Canyon and Mystery Valley. Pete took over 1100 pictures on the trip, discarded a bunch, but…

Veterans and residents of Robson Communities

On June 6 we commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day 1944. Think about what this means to the brave men and women who wore the uniform of the United States military and courageously fought for freedom. They were 18, 19 and 20 years old in 1944. Today they’re pushing 100. The French government is commemorating…