Dealing with the dog days of summer at Quail Creek

PCQC photo contest for August 2018 – Shadows

Quail Creek Duffers participate in Folded Flag Foundation’s charity scramble

Beautiful golf outing on a great day for the QCLGA 18-Hole Club

Unit 15 walks to end hunger

PCQC photo contest for August 2018 – Shadows

First place Walls Have Ears by Steve Piepmeier. Second place Heading Home by Jim Burkstrand. Third place Giant Storm Chasers by Janet Wagner. The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued…

Unit 15 walks to end hunger

Unit 15 residents who walked to end hunger. Diane Quinn Current and former residents of Quail Creek Unit 15 joined together to support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona…

‘The Girls of Atomic City’ sparks stimulating discussions

MC Kollschegg Denise Kiernan’s book, The Girls of Atomic City, reveals a part of U.S. history that took place in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and was shrouded in mystery and suspense for many years. Oak Ridge was one of those secret cities that suddenly sprung up seemingly out of nowhere and for no particular reason. However,…

Did you know your house is for rent?

Joyce-CA Webb The Scam Squad received a complaint from a concerned citizen that all Green Valley residents need to be aware of. A relative alerted her that her winter home was advertised on Craigslist as a rental property. She had not authorized or had any knowledge of this and had never listed her home as…

‘Man In Black: The Music of Johnny Cash’ May 21

Lonely Street Productions presents Man In Black—The Music of Johnny Cash on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. Ticket price is $25 per person. A cash bar opens at 6:00 p.m. and will remain open through intermission. Man in Black—The Music of Johnny Cash starring Robert Shaw with…

Spark your creative fire with glass

Study Group Leader John-Peter Wilhite (kneeling) along with Quail Creek/OLLI-UA Green Valley Campus Tucson Glass Art Scene class members and friends taking a moment at Tucson’s Philabaum Glass Gallery and Studio.

Ron and Vicki Sullivan If names like Corning Glass, Dale Chihuly and Preston Singletary tantalize a taste for the silica art form of glass, then Sonoran Glass Studio (SGS) is a must. Founded in 2001 as a nonprofit, SGS is one of the premiere glass arts education facilities in the Southwest. Located in one of…

POA office – summer schedules and reminders

Concierge Desk closing on Saturdays for the summer. Starting Saturday, May 10, the Concierge Desk will be closed Saturdays until October 4. We will also be closed for the following holidays: Memorial Day, May 26; Independence Day, July 4; Labor Day, September 1. We will still be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to…

MOAA holds 4th annual Baby Shower

Green Valley MOAA Auxiliary hosts fourth annual Baby Shower for 162nd FW, AZANG. Left to right from back: Jackie Dow, Sharon Rychener, Judy Knox, Betty Atwater, Gisela Dolney, Betty Deardorf and Fran Labossiere; front, Barbara Brown and Lynda Linker

Janelle Ward The Green Valley Chapter of MOAA (Military Officers Association of America) Auxiliary held its fourth annual baby shower for the wives of servicemen who are deployed, soon to be deployed or have just returned from deployment. This year’s event was held to support the wives of service members of the 162nd Fighter Wing,…