Category: June 2020

Unit 22W – Doing Our Part to Keep Our Highway Clean

Bill Foraker, Unit 22W Do you know that the residents of Quail Creek have volunteered to pick up trash along Old Nogales highway? We have adopted a stretch of Old Nogales highway from the intersection of it and Quail Crossing blvd. (our main entrance road), north to the road entering the concrete plant. There are…

PCQC April Photo Contest—Birds

1st Place - Crested Caracara Landing by John Tubbs

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest, with April having the topic of birds. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject was an extremely popular one for the members and drew 42 entries. All of our entries were…

Tax Season Continues

Peggy McGee After a forced break from preparing taxes when COVID-19 hit, the AARP volunteers resumed their tax preparation duties at the beginning of June. However, to comply with CDC guidelines for social distancing and safety concerns from the sites where taxes are normally prepared, there will be no walk-in clients allowed. Rather, everyone must…

Congratulations!

Janet Johnson, Publicity Committee, QCLGA Amazing! BobbiJo Rathvon had not one, not two, but three Eagles on April 26 on Quail 6, April 30 on Quail 7, and May 21 on Quail 6. Fabulous! Great job. Janet Johnson, Publicity Committee, QCLGA Congrats to Karen! On May 10, Karen had an Eagle on RR number 4.

Remembering Our Roots

Note: This is a Paid Advertorial Representative T. J. Shope, Senator Vince Leach, Senator J.D. Mesnard As our state and nation grapple with the emerging challenge of how to overcome the global COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, it is more important than ever for Arizona to resist the temptation to abandon the free-market principles…

Thank You Quail Creek from The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross The American Red Cross is so grateful to all our partners that continue to stand with us through the evolution of the Coronavirus Disease 2020 (COVID-19). Hundreds of thousands of donors and blood drive hosts have responded to the call to support the lifesaving mission, and we can’t thank you enough!…

Sassy Succulents

Bonnie Nowicki, Master Gardener Perusing through my favorite gardening books, I can’t help but marvel at the amazing variety of succulents. They are unusual; so plump and artistic looking. In my May 2019 article on cacti, I mentioned that all cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti. Succulents are plants that are able…

Mark Your Calendar

Please mark your calendars for the following events that are tentatively scheduled for the remainder of 2020. We are waiting until the CDC provides guidelines for these future events. 12th Annual GVFFA Chili Cook-Off Friday, Sept. 25; 5 p.m.; Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom Local fire and law enforcement departments will kick up the heat at…