Category: June 2017

Wine dinners

Due to the remodeling of The Grill and Oasis Lounge, we will not be holding Wine Dinners the months of June, July and August. Stay tuned for what is coming in the future!

2018 Monday Night Variety Show Series tickets on sale

Quail Creek Country Club 2018 Monday Night Variety Shows Series presented by TAD Management and Khris Dodge Entertainment begins a new season (series). Tickets on sale May 30 through June 30; Rows A through D – $144 per person; Rows E through Q – $138 per person. Individual tickets on sale July 5 at $25…

Firehouse dinner and tour

First row: Paul Ellsworth, Lynda Eckebrecht, Justine Lewis, Paula Scafuri, Bernie Sullivan, Tom Sullivan, Brenda Easley; second row: Firefighter Anthony Taylor, Ralph Scafuri, Robert Lewis, Jim Easley, Bill Eckebrecht

Justine Lewis Members of the former Quail Creek Ballroom Dance Club won the Firehouse Dinner auction at the Firefighter’s Ball held in March at the Madera Clubhouse. They were treated to a fabulous steak dinner, tour of Station 151 and an exciting ride on the fire truck on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Their winning donation…

Robson Communities named a Top 100 Employer in Arizona

Sherry Jackson, Corporate Communications, RCI Robson Communities, Inc. is proud to have been named by the Arizona Republic as one of the state of Arizona’s largest private-sector employers in 2017. Robson Communities made the list along with other top employers such as Banner Health, which leads the list with more than 43,000 employees in Arizona. Other…

Highlights from 15th annual QCMGA Member/Guest Invitation

The Shoot Out winners, left to right: Tom Brennan and Randy Aldrich with Invitational Chairman Tom Dunipace and Head Golf Pro Joel Jaress

Tom Dunipace The Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association held its fifteenth annual Member/Guest Invitational on Tuesday, April 25 through Thursday, April 27. The event concluded with an awards banquet the night of April 27 featuring live music from The Two of Us. Tim Phillips, president, thanked the Invitational Committee chaired by Tom Dunipace for their…

April 2017 Photo Contest: Rust

Pete Murphy won first place with his photo Sunken Ship.

The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued into 2017 with its monthly members’ contest having a theme “Rust.” This month it drew another large number of entries – we had 36 shots submitted by members, all of which can be seen on our Flickr site: https://www.flickr.com/photos/129343350@N08/sets/72157681406769371 Pete Murphy won first place with his photo Sunken…

Dollars and Sense

Diversification is still important to retirees Edward Jones Financial Advisor During your working years, your primary investment goal is generally growth – you need your money to grow so that you can eventually afford the comfortable retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned. But when you retire, should you change course and adjust your investment strategy from offense…

Verde Valley Venture tour

Arizona Pathfinders Inc., a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a five day tour October 23 through 27, 2017 to the Verde Valley. Join us for an eventful tour to this region in the central transitional region of Arizona. Highlights: Day one – Travel to Arcosanti between Phoenix and Camp Verde, Arizona…

Happy Birthday to you!

Didn’t receive your e-Birthday card? Changed your email address? Important: There has been some confusion about how to submit your birthday information. These are the correct, and only contact methods: email address: quailcreeksunshine@gmail.com; call or text 444-2575; a sign-up sheet is also available at the clubhouse in the Sunshine folder. 06/15 Gary Bataller, Gordon Bobillot,…

A veteran tells her story

Cadets prepare to post the Colors; photo by Eileen Sykora

Peggy McGee May is traditionally the month when we honor our nation’s veterans. To help TWOQC have a more meaningful May meeting, the Sahuarita JROTC posted the Colors at the beginning of the meeting. The speaker, Jan Haeger, joined the Navy at age 18 to see the world, but alas, Navy policy said she could…