Quail Creek’s Virtual Events

Non-Perishable Foods Drive for Homeless Veterans

Javelina Hoedown

TWOQC’s Mentoring Program Brings Challenges and Rewards

Quail Creek’s Virtual Events

Nancy Planck, Activities Coordinator 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 2 p.m. Pick…

Javelina Hoedown

Photo by Jim Burkstrand Peggy McGee What if you planned a Javelina Hoedown and no one could come? That is exactly what happened to The Women of Quail Creek’s Scholarship Committee. In…

Support Scholarships for JROTC Cadets

Peggy McGee MOD Pizza, located at 18767 S. Nogales Highway, Suite 105, in Sahuarita, is once again showing its support for local organizations to assist them in fundraising efforts in light of COVID-19 restrictions. Even though the restaurant is not yet fully open for sit-down meals, they are now operating at 50% capacity, extending their fundraising program…

Javelina Hoedown

Photo by Jim Burkstrand

Peggy McGee What if you planned a Javelina Hoedown and no one could come? That is exactly what happened to The Women of Quail Creek’s Scholarship Committee. In preparation for the event, they made sure they had the popular Javelina Cowboy pint sized glasses available. Now they would like to sell their remaining inventory to raise needed funds…

August PCQC Photo Contest: Animals

Third place by Steve Piepmeier

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest, with August having the topic of animals. 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 22 entries. All of the photos can be…

TWOQC’s Mentoring Program Brings Challenges and Rewards

Top row (left to right): Clarice Sullivan, Patricia Fina Weaver, and Jeri Collins; middle row: Patty Zatkin and Suzan Bryceland; bottom row: Janice Pell, Sandi Beecher, and Chris Webber. All of the mentors look forward to the time when they can get together with their mentees, perhaps at lunch or at least for a cup of coffee. (Photo by Jim Burkstrand)

Peggy McGee Patricia Fina Weaver developed The Women of Quail Creek’s (TWOQC) mentoring program in spring 2018 to help ensure that the scholarship winners were successful in their academic endeavors. Initially, Patricia was the only mentor. And then COVID-19 hit! How could the 2020 scholarship recipients be helped when face-to-face contact was out of the question? It…

Putters News

Peggy McGee Even though the Putters have had very limited income this year because of COVID-19, they have not forgotten the needs of the local community. In addition to what individual members donated, the club hit its checking account and donated $200 to the Green Valley Food Bank in April, and another $150 in July. In…