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What is your dancing goal?

Lady Putters score again

Lady Putters celebrate Flag Day

What is your dancing goal?

People of all ages take lessons for various reasons, including fun, exercise, social benefits and improved brain function. Resident Pete Prairie’s goal is to refresh his skills and surprise a…

Lady Putters score again

Left to right: Sung Whitehead, Saville Gardner, Sharon Prusak and Peggy Wynkoop all got scores under 40 for the first time in their putting careers; Photo by Sylvia Butler. Yoshie…

Lady Putters celebrate Flag Day

Photo by Sylvia Butler The Lady Putters showed their colors in observance of Flag Day, June 14. Every hole on the putting green sported an American flag to commemorate the…

Not an ‘Orphan Train’ but a train full of orphans

Mary Kollschegg Christina Kline, author of Orphan Train, pulls in the reader by her choice of book title and once the reader is hooked proceeds to tell the incredible story of a 91 year old woman who had been an orphan train rider. The founder of this bizarre program that existed in our country from…

Pre-order a cookbook now and save

Peggy McGee A Shared Table, Quail Creek’s newest cookbook, may be preordered in the Madera Clubhouse lobby between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon on June 11 and between 11:00 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. on June 30. Cookbooks are $14 each or buy 10 and get one free and will be available in October, just in…

Red Cross Blood Drive

Be someone’s hero. You can save more than one life with just one donation. The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give blood. The American Red Cross is holding three blood drives at Quail Creek in 2014: June 29, October 19 and December 28. The June 29 drive will be held from 8:00 a.m.…

Computer Club experiences growing pains

Growing pains, as it turns out, are not just for preteens. It’s a phenomenon being experienced right here in Quail Creek by the Computer Club. These numbers help tell the story: * In 2013, Computer Club instructors taught 168 classes and help clinics. Classes are generally two hour events; a total of about 336 hours…

Desert Duffers head to Casa Grande

The Duke approves the strategy for the day while the Duffers enjoy breakfast.

Wally Ueberschar On Wednesday, May 14 many of the Duffers from the Men’s Nine Hole Gold League took the opportunity to play the San Miguel Golf Course in Eloy. Breakfast was available for those who arrived early. The course was challenging due to high winds, but still a lot of fun. After golf we headed…

Preparations underway for 4th of July Food Drive

Quail Creek’s Military Officers Association of America is once again coordinating the 4th of July Food Drive in the Madera Clubhouse lobby. Under the direction of Steve Abel, this timely event aids in providing food to needy families who have members in the Tucson Air National Guard currently serving to protect our freedom. What better…