Crocodiles, Stingrays, and Bats, Oh My!

Quail Creek Writers and Poets

November 2019 PCQC Photo Contest – Pottery

Lady Putters Celebrate a Good Year on the Greens

Desert Duffers Aids Families in Need

Desert Duffers Aids Families in Need

Crocodiles, Stingrays, and Bats, Oh My!

Cindy Mayron Once upon a time—50 million years ago—crocodiles, stingrays, and bats inhabited southwestern Wyoming. Today their fossilized remains, plus those of turtles, fish, birds, insects, mammals, and plants are…

Quail Creek Writers and Poets

Clockwise (left to right): Paul Riggins, Craig Simpson, Yasmin John-Thorpe, Curt Dailey, and Jerry Hanks. Yasmin John-Thorpe We are a group of over 20 members who meet in the Kino…

November 2019 PCQC Photo Contest – Pottery

First place Second place Third place Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest with November having the topic of Pottery. Each club member…

Desert Duffers Aids Families in Need

Thomas Sharples Through the tenth annual fundraising event, the Quail Creek Desert Duffers Golf Association was able to make holiday contributions to local service agencies. Contributions by membership was able…

Desert Duffers Aids Families in Need

Thomas Sharples Through the tenth annual fundraising event, the Quail Creek Desert Duffers Golf Association was able to make holiday contributions to local service agencies. Contributions by membership was able…

Quail Creek Appreciates Their Employees

Connie Bandstra Dec. 2 marked the day to honor our 217 employees for their commitment to excellence in making Quail Creek the lifestyle we, as residents, have come to enjoy. They have been dedicated this past year in not only the front of the house, back of the house, but all around Quail Creek. We…

Oh, What a Parade!

Nancy Planck More than 50 golf carts, bicycles, cars, and trucks participated in the annual Quail Creek Holiday Parade held on Dec. 8. Decorated with strings of twinkling Christmas lights, silver bells, and colorful ornaments, the parade, led by our local Green Valley Fire Department, slowly traversed the community to the enjoyment of residents along…

Berry Bushes for the Birds

Bonnie Nowicki, MG Winter has arrived! While most of our landscapes are quietly sleeping, several berry-bearing plants are taking over the garden spotlight. These hardy shrubs not only bring riotous colors of red, orange, and blue; they attract quite a crowd of hungry native birds. Just remember the three necessities for our feathered friends are…

Quail Creek Library Volunteers Annual Meeting 2019

Susan Warburton, Co-chair of the QC Library volunteers.

Mary Smith The Quail Creek Library may have the highest circulation of any library in Green Valley, but we’ll never know. There is no check-out system, no cataloging of books, no bar codes, and no late fees. The Quail Creek Library, located in the Madera Clubhouse, continues to be on an honor system. You take…

Dreams are Like Wild Horses

Paul Riggins Note: this poem was inspired by the words heard in a song by Dave Stamey called A Song for Jake.   Catch a dream and ride it deep into the desert Ride it like you own it Ride it like you know it Ride it and never look back Keep your eyes on…