Car wash to support JROTC

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TWOQC honor fallen heroes on Memorial Day

Quilt Covey creates a “Morning Joe” quilt

Car wash to support JROTC

Peggy McGee The Sahuarita High School Naval JROTC unit will be holding a car wash (exteriors only) at the American Legion Post 66, 1560 W. Duval Mine Road on Saturday,…

TWOQC honor fallen heroes on Memorial Day

JoAnn Haberer On Monday, May 31 Laurie Brown, a Marine Corps veteran, laid a floral wreath at Green Valley Mortuary and Cemetery on behalf of The Women of Quail Creek.…

Quilt Covey creates a “Morning Joe” quilt

Colleen Curran Normally, the Quilt Covey’s Monday meeting is at 1:00 p.m. Recently, they decided to meet at 9:00 a.m. to create a “Morning Joe” quilt. The pattern showed a…

Eco fashion

JoAnn Haberer On Monday, July 30, at 6:30 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom, Karen Lukacs will present a fascinating look at how she creates “eco fashions” using reclaimed garments and fabric remnants. Karen has been sewing and weaving since high school. In 1966 she originated her technique of deconstructing and then repurposing fabric into…

TWOQC honor fallen heroes on Memorial Day

JoAnn Haberer On Monday, May 31 Laurie Brown, a Marine Corps veteran, laid a floral wreath at Green Valley Mortuary and Cemetery on behalf of The Women of Quail Creek. Laurie was accompanied by Ruth McDermott and past presidents Peggy McGee and Carol Mutter, along with current president, Pat Neel. Carol Mutter, current chair of…

Word of the Month: Hoedown

  David Zapatka Listening to classical music this morning as I do every morning and evening, I heard Aaron Copland’s familiar Hoe-Down classic. I’ve always thought a hoedown was a country-style social gathering with dance and music. Right on track, the upbeat and catchy Copland tune comes from his score to the ballet Rodeo, which…

Superintendent’s Revenge revisited

Tim Phillips The latest edition of the Superintendent’s Revenge for the QCMGA was held on May 29, 2018. This event has pin placements on every hole located in precarious and usually unfair places by Superintendent JR Kies. If a hole could be made on the edge of the green, it was deemed to be fair…

Putters patriotic x 2

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters had two opportunities recently to show their love and respect for our Nation’s flag. On May 30, the traditional Memorial Day, the ladies donned their patriotic t-shirts as they putted. Again, in June, in observance of Flag Day they once more wore red, white and blue to show their love…

5 Tips for Healthy Summer Hydration

(Family Features) Summer provides countless opportunities to get outside for hiking, biking and running around with friends and family. However, having fun in the sun also requires proper hydration. While staying hydrated may seem easy, healthy hydration is not always a given. For example, the water coming out of your faucet can travel through miles…