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The Women of Quail Creek hits 400 member milestone

Gala party to celebrate 15th year anniversary of The Women of Quail Creek

Girls just want to have fun!

Quail Creek pickleball players welcome first professional female instructor

The Women of Quail Creek hits 400 member milestone

TWOQC’s 2019 Executive Board members, from left: JoAnn Haberer, 1st Vice-president; SueAnn Obremski, Secretary; Diane Quinn, President-elect; Pat Neel, President; Nancy Jacobs, Treasurer; Angie Werner, 2nd Vice-president; Carol Mutter, Past…

Girls just want to have fun!

Janet Wegner, Sharon Schoen, Cheri Sipe, Sherry Gall and Bonny Wilcox Flight One, second place: Jan Topolski, Andrea Jondal and Joan Campbell Flight Two, first place: Jacquie Owens, Sherry Gall…

TWOQC seeks donations for baby shower

Janice Pell To support military personnel and families, once again The Women of Quail Creek will be hosting a baby shower for expecting mothers of the armed forces. Twenty five National Guard moms to be will be feted at the August event. All Aboard Noah’s Ark is the theme of this year’s shower. Join the…

TWOQC learns about book festival

Janice Pell Marcy Euler, Executive Director of Tucson Festival of Books, was the featured speaker at The Women of Quail Creek general meeting on February 24. Marcy shared the background of the festival beginnings and its rise to become the fourth largest book fair in the country in just six years, attracting over 120,000 attendees…

March 2014—Happy Birthday to you!

Next time you see someone on this list, wish them a happy birthday! Better yet, stop by the Quail Creek Grill with them for their complimentary dessert! If we missed your birthday or you didn’t receive your e-birthday card, please take a moment and let me know. Please call or email the information to me…

Residents visit Amerind Museum in Dragoon, AZ

Vicki and Ron Sullivan, Quail Creek residents and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI-UA Green Valley) study group leaders, along with class members and their guests take a moment to remember in front of the Amerind Museum in Dragoon, Arizona, on February 15. The group’s visit to the Amerind was part of a four week study…

Whipple Observatory to open soon for tours

John Hockemeier On March 17 (weather permitting), the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory (FLWO) on Mt. Hopkins begins conducting the first public tours of the season. The observatory, located in the Santa Rita Mountains, about 12 miles southeast of Quail Creek, is one of the premier astronomical laboratories in the world and is operated jointly by…