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Nurses of Quail Creek Donate to Hero Nurses

Marilyn Darcangelo With the intention of boosting morale and offering support to nurses providing care for COVID-19 patients, the Nurses of Quail Creek wrote letters to the Hero Nurses and collected donations for gift cards. The notes were initially intended for Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital (SCVRH) until it was learned that any COVID-19 patients with…

MOAA Chapter Helps Women Warriors X2

(Left to right) Peggy McGee and Karen Kuciver hold the layette items for the new baby and his mom. (Photo by Pat Crutcher)

Peggy McGee Even though the Green Valley Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) has not been able to meet for months, the stay-at-home restrictions did not dampen their commitment to help other veterans in their time of need. In late July, they had two requests for help from Women Warriors, a Tucson-based 501(c)(3)…

Quail Creek’s Virtual Events

Don’t forget we are still offering our Virtual Events which can be ordered through the Concierge Desk at 520-393-5822, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pick up will be at The Grill (restaurant) drive through, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Give us a couple days’ notice! Scallops & “Brownies” Cooking Demo and Meal Kit, which includes the…

Mission Accomplished!

Diane Gordon, Publicity Director The Military Baby Shower Committee completed its mission of supplying 23 families with everything they would need to welcome their newest patriot into the world. Due to COVID-19 and social distancing, the customary baby shower event had to be canceled. However, on June 13 and 14, the selected military families arrived…

QCLGA and Unit 29A Reach Out to the Homeless

Janet Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Jacquie Owens, and Peg Avent

Janet Johnson, Publicity Committee On April 16, I received an email titled “Tucson’s Homeless Need Our Help!” from the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona, (NAMIsa). How they got my email, I’m still not sure, but it definitely felt like it was a meant-to-be moment. I had been racking my brain sitting in our home,…

Quail Creek Residents Rise to the Occasion

Jeff Krueger Quail Creek residents have always shown a sense of community, caring, and friendship. We are known for our “Quail Creek Wave” as we traverse the community walking, biking, or in our golf carts. We also care deeply for our great employees that take such good care of us and our community. The month…

Quarterly Challenge “Dominate Color”

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek just completed its fifth quarterly photo challenge, which had a theme of “Dominate Color.” Each club member could enter up to three photos, which had to be taken within the calendar quarter, and the photographer/artist could post process the photo in any way—including using Photoshop filters and manipulation.…

2020 Ride of Silence Is Coming

Chuck Hill On the evening of May 20, the international Ride of Silence will be observed in close to 400 locations in the United States, and in fifty international countries on seven continents. Cyclists will take to the roads to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured. The Green Valley/Sahuarita event has been observed…