Category: November 2018

Save the date for Wellness Presentation on December 14

The Wellness Presentation will be held on Friday, December 14, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. The topic is Vascular Disease: Stroke and Cognitive Dysfunction and will be presented by Craig Weinkauf, MD, PhD Assistant Professor, Vascular Surgery, Banner University Medicine Center. As always, all Quail Creek Wellness Presentations are free…

New Mandara model home under construction

The new Mandara model home is currently under construction with an anticipated January 2019 completion date. Part of the Tradition Series, this exciting new home design features open concept living, master bedroom suite, den, two-car garage and a spacious outdoor space with plenty of options designed for casual, yet elegant living and entertaining. The Mandara…

More murders, more mystery, more fun

Next February 5, 6 and 7 will be the dates for the eleventh murder mystery play presented by Davey Jones. With the title of The Stolen Copper Caper, it will once again depict a local issue. A group of seniors are unable to sustain their lifestyle on Social Security alone and decide to rip off…

PCQC photo contest – What’s Cooking?

The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly members’ contest with September having a theme of What’s Cooking. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject did not draw as many entries as previous contests, in part because a number of club members were…

QCVGA and TWOQC team up for local veterans

JoAnn and Tom Haberer This month’s The Women of Quail Creek Homeless Veterans’ Clothing Drive was made even more successful due to the support of the Quail Creek Veterans’ Golf Association. The QCVGA purchased over $500 worth of new socks, t-shirts and underwear and donated the clothing to the drive to make sure homeless veterans…

Christmas…at my age

Dr. Madelaine Paschal Decades of Christmases have come and gone and I’m still waiting for just one more Christmas dinner, one more Christmas ‘event’, one more card, just one more. Because you see, I have always treasured Christmas, the name itself rings my bells, the idea of it makes everything better, the sound of it…

Oom-pah! Oktoberfest hits all the high notes

JoAnn Haberer This year’s Oktoberfest to benefit the Women of Quail Creek Scholarship fund was a big success on all fronts. The October 14 event of eating, drinking, dancing and making merry, German-style, was enjoyed by a full house of over 270 party-goers. The night began with a free large pretzel with cheese sauce for…

Residents perform in holiday concert

Call To Christmas is the theme for the Winter Concert of the Green Valley Community Chorus under the direction of Todd Wachsman. Todd is a doctoral candidate at the U of A’s choral conducting program. You will be entertained with a collection of favorite Christmas songs mixed with brand-new choral pieces to welcome in the Yuletide…