Tag: TWOQC

Winfield family wows QC audience with Turquoise lecture

Jean Tittle, Kino Lecture Series Coordinator Quail Creek’s Kino Lecture series closed out their successful season with “American Turquoise: Collecting with Confidence” given by the three generation Winfield Family – former owners of the Lone Mountain Turquoise Mine in Nevada. Two hours prior to the lecture, Jason, Michelle and Robert Winfield gave private evaluations of…

Second Kino Lecture well-attended and received

  Jean Tittle On Monday, January 15, 2018, Randy Serraglio from Tucson’s Center for Biological Diversity delivered a talk and slide show titled “Arizona Jaguars: A Future in Limbo.” With his expertise and passion for protecting this endangered species and its habitat, Randy entertained and educated the audience as to what will enable this beautiful…

The Woman of Quail Creek 2018 Scholarship Program

  Pat Neel Following a highly successful Oktoberfest and fundraising season, TWOQC are pleased to offer four scholarships to be announced in March and April. The scholarship program was established in 2015 to recognize graduating women from the Sahuarita School District who have demonstrated academic merit and dedication to their community through ongoing community involvement.…

The Women of Quail Creek welcome new president

  JoAnn Haberer On Tuesday, January 23, Pam Rodgers officially became the new President of TWOQC as the gavel was passed from out-going President Carol Mutter. As Past President, Carol will become the Chair of Community Relations. TWOQC now boasts over 360 members united under their mission: To provide a forum for Quail Creek women…

Knit Wits help homeless moms-to-be

  Peggy McGee All it took was one email from the Green Valley Chapter, Military Officers Association liaison with the VA to Donna Lou Hetler, Chair of Knit Wits to get the ball rolling. The VA had said that there were five homeless veterans who were expecting babies in the next few months. Initially it…