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April 2022 PCQC Photo Contest: Landscapes

The Putting Green Glowed for Moonlight Madness

TWOQC Members Embrace Gardening in the Sonoran Desert

Double Lung Transplant Journey

Jim Click Raffle Tickets for Scholarships

Nancy Jacobs The Women of Quail Creek’s Funding and Giving Committee will be selling Jim Click raffle tickets to help with our 2023 Scholarship Awards. The tickets will sell for $25 each (5 for $100) with the entire proceeds from the ticket sales going to scholarships. Tickets will be sold on the following dates and…

Anza Athletic Club Class Descriptions

Body Blast T,TH 10 a.m. Lorraine Beaver. Work all muscle groups using high-volume reps and low resistance with dumbbell weights—a great workout geared to improving muscle tone and definition and cardiovascular fitness. Bring a mat and lots of water! Class limit 20. Chair Yoga SA 11 a.m. Angelika Adkins. A low-intensity exercise in which yoga postures…

Refresh Yourself and Your Garden

Bonnie Nowicki Time passes quickly when you are engrossed with tending your personal garden. Whether it be planting your newest acquisition, trimming dried palm fronds, or sweeping the driveway of pollen and pods from your mesquite tree, you are engaging with nature. That’s a good thing, and it should be invigorating. Your landscape is a…

A Cry for Help—Men Suffer, Too

Bobbi Gordon, YANA Chair Losing a spouse or life partner is a life-changing event that affects every facet of living. In an effort to help new widows living in Quail Creek, members of The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) created the outreach group known as YANA (You Are Not Alone). YANA members offer support to…

Relishing Pickleball: The Half Volley and the Drop Volley

David Zapatka Continuing our study of Pickleball Fundamentals: Master the basics and compete with confidence by Mary Littlewood, “As opposed to the volley, which is a shot taken when the ball is still in the air, the half volley is hit just after the ball has bounced. It is a reaction shot taken most often as…