Category: November 2020

Relishing Pickleball: The Ready Position

David Zapatka One of the most common errors I see on the pickleball court is not being ready to play. What does this mean? Being ready to play means a number of things. It means being focused on the point at hand. Paying attention to debris on the court, listening to what someone is saying,…

You Definitely Need a Flashlight Now

Peggy McGee Now that the days are getting shorter, a flashlight could be your best friend. A flashlight could keep you from encountering a snake as you walk from a store to your car, or even as you walk from your house to retrieve your newspaper or mail. An orange flashlight would be the color of the…

TWOQC Scholarship Winner Helping COVID Patients

Peggy McGee A 2018 winner of one of the $1,500 Women-in-Transition (WIT) scholarships is helping COVID-19 patients on a daily basis. Because people are rightly concerned about encountering someone who has been in contact with someone with coronavirus, we are not revealing the awardee’s name. Regardless, we wanted the Quail Creek community to be aware…

QCLGA Net O.N.E.S. October 15

Janet Johnson Flight One 1st Place (tie): Bonny Wilcox and Susan McCune 3rd Place (tie): Bobbi Jo Rathvon and Sung Whitehead Fight Two 1st Place: Sherry Morris 2nd Place: Kate Schwartz 3rd Place: Jacquie Owens Flight Three 1st Place: Linda Price 2nd Place: Cathy Nelms 3rd Place: Sharon Schoen Flight Four 1st Place: Kathy Linn…

What’s New Around Quail Creek

Murphy Kulasa, Marketing Manager Quick Move-In Designer Homes at Quail Creek With convenience and functionality in mind, these well-appointed homes are professionally designed and equipped with the latest upgrades, all at a great value. New Home Designs At Quail Creek, each new home, from brand new to recently introduced, is designed with active adult resort-style…

Original Quail Creekers

Mr. Robson, Ms. Bryant, and Ms. Walton

Deborah Bryant Joyce and Buzz Walton are the only original couple who still live in Quail Creek. Joyce and Ed Robson had a lot to talk about remembering how the development started. In 1990, prior to Robson’s development, there were only ten homes in the area. Upon settling in Green Valley, the Walton’s made unlimited contributions…

Photo Club Monthly Challenge: Colorful

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest with September having the topic of Colorful. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject was a fun one for the members and drew 30 entries. All of the photos can be…

Men Who Learn to Dance…

Kathi Urban … are angels in disguise! Until lessons resume, I know the ladies will be patient. Private lessons (one person or one couple), semi-private lessons (two or more couples), and group classes will resume as soon as possible. Most likely, private lessons will be approved first. Choose from: * Ballroom (foxtrot, waltz, tango, Viennese…

A Dream Came True

Karen Kuciver holds the Wendy's Boutique sign as she begins work on organizing the thrift shop. (Photo by Peggy McGee)

Peggy McGee Ten years ago, Karen Kuciver was an alcoholic, a drug addict, and living on the streets. Her future was less than dim, but then what seemed like a miracle happened. Karen decided to turn her life around when she was threatened once again with losing her employment. That would mean losing another home…