Tag: TWOQC

Newlyweds host baby shower

Peggy McGee Gary Frame and Mary O’Neill were both widowed when they wed in November 2013. Circumstances prevented them from having a reception shortly after their wedding so they decided to celebrate with their neighbors on April 1. Though they are both way past child bearing age, they are young at heart so chose to…

TWOQC gains notoriety on the national stage

Left to right: Clinical Director for Rehabilitation Programs Mental Health Care Line Jodi Frederick watches as Jennifer S. Gutowski, Associate Director, Tucson VA Medical Center, is presented a check for $10K by TWOQC President Peggy McGee to be used for furniture for homeless veterans as they move into housing. Dr. Timothy Muller Chief, Mental Health Care Line, looks on.

Four years in a row The Women of Quail Creek have sponsored a clothing drive for homeless veterans in the Tucson area with the last three years being part of the national Make A Difference Day program. On April 10, 2014, in Washington, DC, their efforts were recognized nationally when TWOQC President Peggy McGee was…

The Women of Quail Creek plans Luau June 30

Janice Pell The Women of Quail Creek members need to get out their tropical wear or hula skirts and get ready for fun at the Summer Luau luncheon on June 30 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom. The menu for the day will be grilled Hawaiian chicken salad, pineapple upside-down cake,…

Help military families by donating to All Aboard Noah’s Ark

Laura Colbert displays the diaper cake she designed and made for the baby shower. One lucky expectant mom will take it home.

Janice Pell Responding to the fun theme of All Aboard Noah’s Ark, residents of our community have been truly inspired in their support for The Women’s of Quail Creek’s third annual baby shower for expectant mothers of military families. Talented knitters have been hard at work making hats and baby blankets. Quilters have tapped their…

TWOQC general meeting

Janice Pell Thom and Kathy Mansur, volunteer veterans’ coordinators for Southern Arizona Honor Flights for WWII Veterans, will be the guest speakers at the May 19 general meeting of The Women of Quail Creek at 6:30 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom. Honor Flights fly WWII veterans on chartered flights to Washington D.C. for three day…

TWOQC Spring Field Trip and luncheon

Cowboy and some of the ladies get ready to do some wine tasting at the Triangle T Guest Ranch

Janice Pell March 31, a perfect Southern Arizona spring day, seventy-nine members of The Women of Quail Creek traveled by bus to spectacular Texas Canyon in the Little Dragoon Mountains for an enjoyable field trip touring the Amerind Museum and Art Gallery, followed by a tasty lunch complete with wine-tasting at the historic Triangle T…

Baby shower for military families needs contributions

Janice Pell Everyone loves babies. Babies have lots of needs: diapers, clothing, blankets, baby bottles, clothing—the list is endless. The happiness of expecting a baby is often offset by stress and money worries. The Women of Quail Creek asks you to spread joy to a military family by contributing items for a baby shower to…

Tucson Prunes to perform at April TWOQC meeting

Janice Pell Monday evening, April 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom, The Tucson Prunes will perform a lively, fun filled musical comedy review at the general monthly meeting of The Women of Quail Creek. Route 66 will be the theme for the show. Routines will be based on traveling the highway, starting on…

Final date for signing up for TWOQC March field trip

Janice Pell March 17 is the final date members can sign up for the March 31 outing to the Amerind Museum with a luncheon at the Triangle T Guest Ranch. Cost for the trip is $40 to include the bus fare, museum entrance fees and turkey croissant lunch with dessert and beverage. Buses will leave…

Photos and recipes needed for Quail Creek Cookbook

Peggy McGee The Women of Quail Creek Cookbook Committee is looking for photos for their new cookbook, A Shared Table. Photos of food in 300 resolution or higher can include assembling ingredients needed to prepare a meal, baskets of fruit or veggies, a dish of a prepared meal, foods cooking on the grill or food…