Category: May 2014

Baby shower

Janice Pell TWOQC thank everyone who has already made contributions to the baby shower in August for expectant mothers of military families. If you are leaving for the summer and would like to make a donation of money or any baby items, you may drop them off at 1908 E. Longspur Place at any time.…

Newlyweds host baby shower

Peggy McGee Gary Frame and Mary O’Neill were both widowed when they wed in November 2013. Circumstances prevented them from having a reception shortly after their wedding so they decided to celebrate with their neighbors on April 1. Though they are both way past child bearing age, they are young at heart so chose to…

Singles Club hikes Madera Canyon

Left to right: Bob Wendland, Kathy Follett, Carol Hansen, Marci Yenerich, Bonnie Smith and Peter Prairie

Marci Yenerich The Quail Creek Singles Club ventured to Madera Canyon on Friday, March 28 for a morning hike. Always planning ahead, Peter Prairie suggested we park one car at Proctor Parking Lot and we drove the six participants up to the top parking lot. We then took a leisurely hike down, roughly three miles.…

2014 AZ Diamondback games – on sale now!

Quail Creek is offering three more bus trips to Chase Field this season; enjoy a movie and leave the traffic and parking hassles to us! Limit 50 tickets per game. June 8, 1:10 p.m., Atlanta Braves, $43; deadline to purchase is May 25 July 20, 1:10 p.m., Chicago Cubs, $46; deadline to purchase is July…

Women’s Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study

Kay Robinson During May the studies will be from God as He Longs for You to See Him (book $5). Come to the Silver Room at Madera Clubhouse at 1:00 p.m. Tuesdays to form a closer relationship with God. Lessons: May 6 The Wisdom of God, May 15 The Justice of God, May 20 The Love…

2014 Ride of Silence

Cyclists head down Abrego escorted by Pima County Sheriff

Nineteen year old Albert Rich was a familiar face as a lifeguard at the Rancho Sahuarita swimming pool. He was pursuing education at the University of Arizona after graduating from Sahuarita High School. On July 3, 2013, he was bicycle commuting between his two jobs in Tucson and was swept under the wheels of a…

QC Niners host 2014 Robson Challenge

Left to right: Diane Averill, Joan Heinz, Tommy Reid, Patti Zatkin, Betty Barnes, Sally Abbott, Diane Hernandez, Cheri Sipe, Lee Schmidt, Freda Hyles, Jan Topolski and Bonnie Smith.

Deb Maloney The Quail Creek Lady Niners played host to the annual Robson Challenge Golf Tournament on March 26. Joining Quail Creek were teams of twelve from Mountain View, The Preserve, Eagle’s Nest and Tuscany Falls. The winning 2014 team was The Preserve from SaddleBrooke. Medalist for the day with the low gross score was…

TWOQC gains notoriety on the national stage

Left to right: Clinical Director for Rehabilitation Programs Mental Health Care Line Jodi Frederick watches as Jennifer S. Gutowski, Associate Director, Tucson VA Medical Center, is presented a check for $10K by TWOQC President Peggy McGee to be used for furniture for homeless veterans as they move into housing. Dr. Timothy Muller Chief, Mental Health Care Line, looks on.

Four years in a row The Women of Quail Creek have sponsored a clothing drive for homeless veterans in the Tucson area with the last three years being part of the national Make A Difference Day program. On April 10, 2014, in Washington, DC, their efforts were recognized nationally when TWOQC President Peggy McGee was…