Tag: Democratic Club of Quail Creek

DCQC’S Women in Blue’s Luncheon a Huge Success

Sept. 28 was the club’s monthly luncheon held in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom. Joining our Democratic Club of Quail Creek (DCQC) women were members from Green Valley Democrats. Our gathering was extra special because the focus included a presentation about Clothed in Compassion, a program of Eagle’s Wings of Grace in Tucson. Eagle’s Wings of Grace is…

DCQC Speaker Series Continues with Award-Winning Photographer Richard Olsenius

On Nov. 20, the Democratic Club of Quail Creek is delighted to have award-winning photographer Richard Olsenius as our speaker. His career spans 50 years of capturing the world in photography, video, and music. He has worked on newspaper stories covering local and national news and magazine stories for National Geographic covering people, places, and events…

The Democratic Club’s Speaker Series Continues Live August 21

Marybeth Bates The Democratic Club of Quail Creek’s (DCQC) guest speaker is Joanna Williams, the new executive director for the Kino Border Initiative (KBI). KBI’s vision is “a humane, just, workable migration between the U.S. and Mexico.” Its mission is to promote U.S. and Mexico border and immigration policies that affirm the dignity of the human person and a…

David Domke, Common Power Co-Founder, Is The Speaker for DCQC’s June 19 Meeting

Marybeth Bates According to David Domke, “The Democratic Party’s future runs through Arizona and is very much part of the new southern strategy.” Here is an overview of his talk: “The Biden and Harris campaign pulled off a significant victory nationwide, the second-biggest Democratic presidential win since 1988, and the Democrats gained the majority in the…

Giving Back to Our Community

DCQC members participating in the trash collection.

Marybeth Bates On March 3, 17 Democratic Club of Quail Creek (DCQC) members and friends got together for the Democratic Club’s first trash collection effort as part of Sahuarita’s Adopt-a-Roadway program. They picked up an impressive 32 bags of trash, a pile of PVC pipe, a 9 by 4 foot plywood sign, a pile of rebar, assorted whiskey…

Civic Engagement Beyond Voting and RTS

Marybeth Bates The federal and state elections of 2020 are behind us, and Arizona’s Democrats are overjoyed to have turned the state purple. Can we afford to let politics fall to the wayside until the next election? No! Some time ago, a small group of women came together to form Civic Engagement Beyond Voting (CEBV)…