PCQC Photo Contest: People

Another TWOQC Scholarship Winner Graduates from College

Annual Cycling Event Raises Funds for Mental Health Awareness

Preview for 2021 Concerts

PCQC Photo Contest: People

First place won by Denny Huber. Third place won by Steve Piepmeier. Second place won by Shari Rogers. The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest,…

Preview for 2021 Concerts

Nancy Planck, Activities Coordinator Due to the uncertainty of when The Governor’s Office, CDC, and the Property Owners Association (POA) will provide guidelines for seating allocations for future concerts, we…

PCQC visits the University of Arizona mirror lab

Robert Thoresen Officially named The Steward Observatory Mirror Lab sits beneath the east side of the Arizona Stadium. Fortunately club members had an indoor industrial photo shoot on an extremely rainy day. Members were able to get a personalized tour while a group of University of Oregon football fans were sent off in a different…

Critter Club news

Marilyn Darcangelo On a sunny October afternoon costumed dogs and their owners were having fun at the annual Howl-0-Ween party. Although Judges Linda Von Felden and Anne and Art Pahl had a difficult time deciding winners, first prize was awarded to the Leibowitzs with the theme of the Wizard of Oz, second to Buttons and…

The Socials: A Hall Family Benefit Concert January 19

Kathy Stotz Do you love the Gaslight Theater? We have a treat for you! Come see Charlie Hall and The Socials for a Hall Family Benefit Concert in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom at 7:00 p.m. on January 19, 2014; a cash bar begins at 6:00 p.m. This event is being sponsored by Quail Creek residents…

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Holiday greetings. As 2013 comes to a close, I find myself in reflection of my accomplishments of the past and the travel memories that I have helped to create this year. As we travel into 2014 together, something to be mindful of is the meaning of the word travel. Webster’s Dictionary describes the word as…

Word of the Month: Frenetic

W. Smith I like to ponder word origins. With “frenetic,” we could start with Middle English; our word has been around a while. Working backwards, as we do with etymology, here goes the history. Frenetic can be traced back further than me frenetic—to Old French frenetique, from a Latin word meaning delirious, from a related…