Caring Hearts and Hands Enjoy Private Concert with Joni Harms

Desert Duffers Provides Much-Needed Relief

TWOQC Showers Local Teachers

Where in the World Is the Crossing?

QCLGA Results

QCLGA PYP 2-Day Eclectic, August 25 Janet Johnson Flight 1: 1st Robin Brannan and Janet Johnson, -10; 2nd Debbie Riddell and Jan Scissons, -9 Flight 2: 1st Terri Bacon and Judith Olsen, -13; 2nd Kathy Linn and Elly Cashel, -8 Flight 3: 1st Carol Hocking and Linda Ulery, -9; 2nd Kathy Brogdon and Sonia Heeren,…

The Women Of Quail Creek Need Your Help!

Deb Melton To make the Javelina Hoedown a big success, The Women Of Quail Creek (TWOQC) need your help. All proceeds from the event are given away as scholarships each year. Currently, we are seeking donations of items to fill the raffle gift baskets and for the silent auction to take place at the Javelina…

It’s Budget Season!

It’s that time of year again for the Property Owners Association (POA). No, not the holidays, it’s budget season! Most homeowner and property owner associations use the calendar year as their fiscal year, and now is the time of year when many managers are formulating their budgets for the upcoming year. As you can imagine, there…

5K Kettlebell Swings for the American Cancer Society

Peggy McGee Members of the HIIT Fit class took up the challenge to do 50 kettlebell swings a day during the month of July as they participated in the American Cancer Society (ACS) Kettlebell Challenge. While some did the swings only on class days, others did the swings several days a week. The top “swinger”…

U.S. Military History: U.S. Flag Folding—Part 1 of 2

Ross Dunfee While not officially adopting a flag at the time of the Declaration of Independence, the “Continental Colors” (aka the “Grand Union” flag), has historically been referred to as the first national flag of the United States. That flag has a striking resemblance to the British East India Company (1707-1801), where the canton resembles…