Category: December 2017

Military officers plan luncheon

  Peggy McGee As a departure from the usual dinner meetings, the Green Valley Chapter, Military Officers Association will hold a luncheon meeting at noon on Tuesday, January 23 in Ballroom No. 3. Guest speaker will be Diana S. Kellermeyer, Chief, Blind Rehabilitation Service and the Southwestern Blind Rehabilitation Center (SWBRC) at the Southern Arizona…

Join the fun with the Putters!

Peggy McGee The mornings are cooler and the numbers are growing as the Lady Putters meet each Wednesday for fun and laughter on the putting green. The club welcomes back the winter residents and invites new comers to join them. This group is a great way to make new friends. All one needs is a…

Green Valley Gardeners to host lecture January 22 at QC

  Green Valley Gardeners Lecture begins at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, January 22, 2018, in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. Guest speaker will be Mark Sitter, owner of B&B Cactus Farm. Popular speaker Mark Sitter, will share his vast knowledge of all things cactus-related as he makes his fifth visit to Quail Creek. Mark Sitter…

TWOQC membership Spooktacular brunch

  Diane Quinn Over 200 members of The Women of Quail Creek got into the Halloween spirit during their October 30 Membership Brunch. The women, many in costume or festive garb, celebrated the activities of the social and charitable organization while dining on a light brunch. Carol Mutter, president of TWOQC, recognized the many volunteers…

Oktoberfest an Über success

  Diane Quinn Oktoberfest came to Quail Creek on Sunday, October 29. The festival celebrating German fun, food and beverage was sponsored by The Women of Quail Creek as a fundraiser for the organization’s scholarship fund. The evening began with pretzel and beer tasting and an opportunity for those attending to vie for a variety…

Pottery and Sculpture Club displays totem poles

  Cheryl Osburn The members of the Quail Creek Pottery and Sculpture Club (POTS) had fun making three Totem Poles that are displayed outside of the Creative Arts and Technology Center (CATC). Members sculpted something seen in southwest Arizona. The Totems have cactus, desert flowers and many birds including a Roadrunner and a covey of…

Lady Putters added fun to Bewitched event

Peggy McGee While the Lady Golfers and 9-Hole golfers were taking the game seriously at the Bewitched for Charities event, the Lady Putters added more than just a touch of whimsy to their game. Alternating holes presented some unique obstacles that the ladies had to maneuver through. On one hole they used a broom to…