Category: May 2018

May T.G.I.F. features Louisiana Bayou – May 25th

  May T.G.I.F. takes us to the Louisiana Bayou on Friday, May 25, 2018. The cash bar opens at 5:15 p.m. and the dinner buffet begins at 6:00 p.m. This event will feature Desert Treasure from 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. MENU: Cajun coleslaw; cornmeal breaded catfish with remoulade sauce; collard greens; chicken etouffe; dirty rice and…

Putters visit MountainView

  Peggy McGee Forty-four Lady Putters boarded a bus at Quail Creek at 7:30 a.m. on April 16 for the approximately one-hour trip to SaddleBrooke for a friendly competition with the Mountainview Lady Putters. The course presented some unique challenges being different in layout from the greens the “blue team” is used to. To present…

Putters do more than putt

  Peggy McGee The Lady Putters are often thought of as a purely fun-loving group, but behind the laughter there are hearts of gold. Over the years the Lady Putters have sponsored two food drives annually to support the Green Valley Amado Community Food Bank. At their Moonlight Madness and Battle of the Sexes events,…

16th annual Member Guest invitational results

  Tim Phillips For the 16th year, the QCMGA hosted the Member Guest Invitational Tournament run from April 4 through April 6, 2018. Chuck Stensrud took on the chairmanship for the fourth time. He and his committee provided an interesting venue that included five nine-hole matches, tee gifts chosen by the participants from a wide…

TWOQC “A Wee Bit Irish” luncheon

  JoAnn Haberer The Women of Quail Creek would like to invite members and guests to experience a taste o’ the Emerald Isle on Monday, June 25. The luncheon will feature an Irish theme, with entertainment by the Celtic Steps, dancers from Tucson. Under the direction of master teacher Christopher McGrory, from County Donegal, Celtic…

Nurses of Quail Creek

  M. Darcangelo and B. Mitro Over 20 nurses gathered at the home of Jan Agner on April 9 to hear Chris Erickson, RN discuss Alzheimer’s disease, one of 70 forms of dementia. She discussed the ten items on an assessment sheet she distributed and then provided information on the Citizen’s Care Program from the…

2018 Robson Trap Trials a success!

  Susan Knox Wilson “What an outstanding competition we had this year,” exclaimed Bill Wagner, PebbleCreek Gun Club Vice President and lead organizer of the 2018 Robson Trap Trials. “We had perfect weather and 58 great shooters from six Robson communities here in Arizona. We had a number of very close scores and a lot…

Construction well underway for restaurant expansion

  Construction progress continues on a major expansion of Quail Creek’s beautiful restaurant facilities. With framing, electrical and plumbing complete, construction crews are in the process of installing drywall. The next phase will be adding stucco to the exterior of the building. Upon completion, the restaurant renovation and expansion will feature a U-shaped bar, additional…

Learn to make cacti containers on May 21

  JoAnn Haberer This month, The Women of Quail Creek will offer a presentation by Kathy Stone and Francesca Moses-Schelenski on creating cacti containers. The program, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Cacti Container Planting” will focus on basic components including pot selection, soil, tools, fertilizer, as well as designing and caring for…