Tag: QCVGA

Veterans Day golf event a smashing success

  Charlie Shultheis On Friday, November 10, 2017, the Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association held their annual Veterans Day Golf Event. This latest event featured 26 four-person teams playing in a scramble format. All the teams had a great time as the weather cooperated with sunshine and warm temperatures with a modicum of breeze. The…

QCVGA brings holiday meals to Camp Bravo veterans

Tom Haberer and Charlie Shultheis Camp Bravo, one of a growing number of loosely connected veterans’ camps in Arizona, is a homeless veterans’ camp located in the South Tucson industrial area. The camp is a temporary living center and works with the VA and other training and employment agencies in an attempt to transition homeless…

QCVGA registering members for 2018

Charlie Shultheis It is once again time to register for the Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association (QCVGA) for 2018 Membership in the QCVGA allows you to be a participating member in an organization formed to foster the rules and camaraderie of golf and also to participate in social and charitable activities that help local military…

QCVGA sponsors Pearl Harbor Day golf event

Charlie Shultheis The Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association is sponsoring a Pearl Harbor Day Golf Tournament at the Haven Golf Course on Thursday, December 7, 2017. The Haven is located at 110 N. Abrego Drive in Green Valley. Check-in will start at 7:15 a.m. with a Shotgun start at 8:00 a.m. This tournament is open…

QCVGA tournament registration

Charlie Shultheis The Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association (QCVGA) has opened registration for the annual Veterans Day golf tournament to be held on Friday, November 10. This tournament is our primary fundraiser for the QCVGA’s charity work. Our charity activities include gift certificates/gift cards supporting the 162nd ANG Fighter Wing’s Family Readiness Program; the Fisher…

Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association continues support of the 162nd ANG Fighter Wing’s families

Charlie Shultheis As one of its missions, the Quail Creek Veterans Golf Association (QCVGA) provides recurring, charitable support to a number of military-related activities in the Tucson area. Among those are the 162nd ANG Fighter Wing Family Readiness Program, the Fisher House at Tucson VA Health Center, United Way for Women Warriors, Military Officers Association…