Want a dance lesson?

PCQC photo contest – automobiles

Cool Car Club Rally benefits the Green Valley Food Bank

The moon did shine over Quail Creek for Moonlight Madness

Computer Club’s March meeting hosted Cox Communications presenter

Computer Club’s March meeting hosted Cox Communications presenter

Want a dance lesson?

Four amateur couples Book a private lesson (one person or one couple) or a semi-private lesson (two or more couples). Dancing is the best form of exercise for your body…

PCQC photo contest – automobiles

First place Second Place Third Place The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest with February having the topic of automobiles. Each club member could enter…

Painting workshop

There will be a Painting Workshop in the Fine Arts Room at Quail Creek on Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. starting October 14 and running through December 16. All mediums will be taught and you need to bring your own supplies. The fee for each class is $5.00 Class starts with a demonstration or…

In Passing – Betty Jean Towle

Betty Jean Towle, 74, passed away peacefully on August 13, 2013. Betty was born on February 14, 1939, in Anaheim, California. Betty was owner and editor of the Rancho Penasquitos News in San Diego, California. She then was employed at NCR, as an executive administrative assistant in San Diego, California. Betty held the title of…

Spotlight on Advertiser – The Carlson Bridge™

The Carlson Bridge™ is a non-invasive, no-grind biological bridge. It is the only patented direct composite bridge available in the world. It is a new type of bridgework available to make dentistry, more affordable and less invasive. With this new-age technology, it may no longer be necessary to cut healthy teeth to bridge a space…

July 4th grand marshall

Right after her graduation from Mount Saint Agnes College in Baltimore in 1966, Peggy McGee was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Women’s Army Corps. Her first assignments were in personnel and administration, two of the three fields opened to Army women at that time. Her last assignment while on active duty was as Death…

News you can use: Saving a single from a video

John Hockemeier Have you taken videos of your travels, of the grandkids and other interesting topics? Wouldn’t it be nice to select individual frames of some memorable scenes so you can view them whenever you want without having to show the video every time? Probably the more experienced videographers know how to do this. Can…

July Photo Contest winners

Robert Thoresen July’s photography contest theme was “Let’s Have a Celebration,” appropriately tied to the Fourth of July. Two of the three winners were shot locally at Quail Creek and the third somewhere off the Alaskan coast line. Ken Haley won First Place with a picture taken during last month’s Quail Creek Fourth of July…