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Holiday Cheer abounds at TWOQC Luncheon

  Diane Quinn The December 11 holiday luncheon of The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) was certainly full of cheer. Two hundred and fifty members and guests of TWOQC dined on a traditional turkey dinner complete with dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy and cranberry sauce. Festive gingerbread cookies adorned each table and served as the…

Another “Gift of Hope” for the Tucson VA

  Laura Colbert and Diane Quinn On December 4, six Quail Creek residents went to the Tucson Veterans Administration Complex to help set up and serve homeless veterans and their families during the VA’s annual holiday turkey dinner. Four of the volunteers were members of The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC), sponsors of the Gift…

New Board takes over for TWOQC

Diane Quinn New officers were elected to the Board of The Women of Quail Creek during the December 11 Holiday Luncheon. Those Board members, taking office on January 1, 2018, include: Pat Neel, president elect and JoAnn Haberer, first vice president Publicity. Other members of the Board for 2018 include: President Pam Rodgers, Past President…

Celebrating women in American history

Diane Quinn The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) hosted a program on November 13 focusing on women who changed the world from 1851 to present times. Sharon Rezac Andersen, a Green Valley resident, presented actual speeches of Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks and Wilma Mankiller. In unison those assembled read the…

TWOQC recognizes Veterans

  Diane Quinn The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) participated in the Veterans Day memorial wreath laying held at Green Valley Cemetery. The annual recognition and remembrance of those who have served our country was held November 11. Five members of TWOQC are veterans: Laurie Brown, Marine Corps; Laura Colbert, Navy; Marianne Faust and Julie…

TWOQC membership Spooktacular brunch

  Diane Quinn Over 200 members of The Women of Quail Creek got into the Halloween spirit during their October 30 Membership Brunch. The women, many in costume or festive garb, celebrated the activities of the social and charitable organization while dining on a light brunch. Carol Mutter, president of TWOQC, recognized the many volunteers…