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Gathering Quail Creek talent ‘Under One Umbrella’

JoAnn Haberer Calling all creative people! Do you quilt, sew, do woodworking or lapidary? Are you a host or hostess with “the mostest”? Whatever your passion, we’d love to talk to you about donating your talent to this year’s Women of Quail Creek Fashion Show fundraiser, “Under One Umbrella”. Every year, TWOQC puts on a…

He came. He saw. He conquered!

Jean Tittle, Chair of the Kino Lecture Series Quail Creek’s Kino Lecture Series opened its 2018-19 season with Dr. John Klein’s “From Tucson to the Top of Everest” talk and slide show. Described by audience members as “hair-raising,” “breath-taking” and “heart-stopping,” Dr. Klein’s presentation was met with requests for a return engagement at Quail Creek.…

QCVGA and TWOQC team up for local veterans

JoAnn and Tom Haberer This month’s The Women of Quail Creek Homeless Veterans’ Clothing Drive was made even more successful due to the support of the Quail Creek Veterans’ Golf Association. The QCVGA purchased over $500 worth of new socks, t-shirts and underwear and donated the clothing to the drive to make sure homeless veterans…

TWOQC Homeless Veterans Clothing and Household Items Drive a star spangled success

Stephanie Esposto The Women of Quail Creek held their ninth annual Homeless Veterans Clothing Drive on Saturday, October 20. They collected 8,771 items, packed 446 boxes and filled two 10-feet box trucks, three pick-up trucks and some SUVs. Monetary donations totaled $705. The event has grown considerably since founder Col. (Ret) Peggy McGee launched it…

TWOQC residents honored for their contributions

Marianne Cobarrubias Quail Creek residents John and Peggy McGee were recently honored by the Green Valley News/Sahuarita Sun as the recipients of the 2018 AZ19 Region’s Most Influential People. This first of what will likely become an annual recognition program identified 23 people who live along the I-19 corridor from Tucson to Nogales who give back…