Tag: veterans

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…

Veterans and residents of Robson Communities

On June 6 we commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day 1944. Think about what this means to the brave men and women who wore the uniform of the United States military and courageously fought for freedom. They were 18, 19 and 20 years old in 1944. Today they’re pushing 100. The French government is commemorating…

Quail Creek Veterans Day Golf Tournament a big success

Tom Haberer The Veterans Day Golf Tournament hosted by the Quail Creek Veterans’ Golf Association raised over $4,000 for local veterans’ charities while providing a fun day of scramble golf, raffle prizes and lunch at the Madera Clubhouse. Over 140 golfers participated in the holiday event held on Monday, November 11. QCVGA is open to…

Veterans’ Voice

Art Sloane The Veterans Administration is seeking public comments on the draft task force report concerning Gulf War veterans’ illnesses. The instructions for how to submit comments will be posted at regulations.gov. In addition, a public discussion board on the seven focus areas is at vagulfwartaskforce.uservoice.com. To view the report without making recommendations, go to…