Category: September 2018

Quail Creek’s dance doctor

Rick Bobillot “I’m happiest when I’m pursuing a challenging goal,” said my wife, Kathi Bobillot, who just received her Doctorate Degree in Ballroom and Latin Dancing. Kathi started her career in 1984 and had her own dance business in Washington State. In a profession dominated by male instructors, Kathi won more than 20 Top Teacher…

Putters and Duffers team up

Peggy McGee For a change, there was some cloud cover and a little breeze as the 64 Putters and Duffers formed four-person teams for a round of putting. This was the first time that the two groups had joined together on the putting green. Since the Putters were the host club, they, of course, had…

QCLGA Interclub tourneys

Peg Avent The last Green Valley Interclub Match for 2018 was held Thursday, August 16 at Quail Creek. The leagues represented were Canoa Hills, Country Club of Green Valley, Desert Hills, Quail Creek, San Ignacio and Torres/Ranch. In all we had 57 participants. The Pro Shop took great pride in managing the tournament. Not only…

Making a difference

Max Perzan Once again, this summer four ladies from the QC Needlework Club participated in the annual Bags for Kids Sew-A-Thon. This event is sponsored by Aviva Children’s Services and is held at the Tucson Women’s Club. Children placed in foster homes are given cloth clothing bags in which to place their personal belongings. Over…

New season starts for Casual Dance Club

Carlo Pensyl The Casual Dance Club kicks off a new season by welcoming past and new members to our first dance on Wednesday, October 17. The club offers dances each year in the months of October, November, January, February and March. These dances keep members excited with live bands, refreshments and activities throughout the season…

Putters garner more awards

Peggy McGee Celebrating with a brunch during the dog days of August, the Lady Putters recognized those who had done exceptionally well at putting despite rather high temperatures and high humidity in July and early August. After putting on August 22, the ladies recharged themselves with a delicious cobb salad followed by a slice of…

Wine Knots cheer “pour” decisions

Christy Marshall The Wine Knots celebrated July at the home of Bob and Christy Marshall where French wines from the Loire Valley, famous for its white wines, were presented. We enjoyed tasting a dry but fruity Muscadet and a light and refreshing red Chinon. It is said that good wine always goes with good food.…

TWOQC Sept. 24 program

JoAnn Haberer This month’s The Women of Quail Creek program comes just in time for a holiday home makeover. Lily Guthrie, owner of Tastefully Redecorated, will share ideas for using what you already own to redesign your home to reflect a fresher, more up-to-the-minute look. Lily first became excited about using the “redesign” concept when…

The Cool Car Club announces its 2018 – 2019 season

Jerry G. Bryant The Quail Creek Cool Car Club has announced the details of the upcoming season noting that there’s something for everyone. Back for the new season will be three popular events: March Road Rally (Charity Fund Raiser), April Car Show (Charity Fund Raiser) and the season closer mini golf competition and steak dinner.…