Tag: The Women of Quail Creek

Scholarship Applications Available Now

Deb Melton Each year The Women Of Quail Creek (TWOQC) Scholarship Committee awards scholarships to high school girls and to adult women returning to school. We refer to the adult women as Women In Transition (WIT). The TWOQC Scholarship program was started in 2016 and has grown steadily each year. In 2016 scholarships were awarded…

Angel Heart Pajama Project Collection a Huge Success

Peggy McGee For its final project for 2022, The Women Of Quail Creek’s (TWOQC) Community Outreach Committee sponsored a collection of children’s pajamas and age-appropriate books for the Angel Heart Pajama Project (AHPP). This Tucson-based 501(c)(3) donates new pajamas and books to children ages 0-14 who are homeless, going into foster care, seriously ill, or…

TWOQC Members Made a Paintbrush Santa

Jane Gold On Dec. 2 four The Women Of Quail Creek (TWOQC) members learned to make an adorable paintbrush Santa with Sharon Pulcinella! Something a little different to liven up their holiday decorating this year. All supplies were provided by Sharon. Attendees just brought their sense of fun.

Kim France Is Honored with a Memorial Scholarship Fund

Judy White The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) Scholarship program offers the opportunity to create memorial scholarships or dedicate a scholarship in celebration of a significant event. The scholarships can be funded as single gifts or by setting up a fund to which many people can contribute. When Quail Creek resident Kim France passed away…

A Special On-the-Go Excursion

Jane Gold On Oct. 28, for the first time, Pat Neel and Bonnie Hyra took a group of 14 members of The Women Of Quail Creek (TWOQC) to the Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center located at 564 S. Stone Avenue. The day excursion began with a delightful lunch at American Eat Co. (not to…

TWOQC Experienced the Mainly Murals Walking Tour

Jane Gold “City of Murals” is another nickname for Tucson, where many downtown buildings display bright, expressive scenes. They capture the heritage, natural landscape, resilience, and defining events of the city’s cultural history. You may have seen them, but do you know their stories? In November, 13 The Women Of Quail Creek (TWOQC) attendees went…

TWOQC Check Out the Heirloom Farmers Market

Jane Gold On Oct. 16 eight The Women of Quail Creek (TWOQC) members went on an On-the-Go excursion to Heirloom Farmers Market, Tucson’s largest year-round farmers market! This Heirloom Farmers Market is located along the bike trail known as The Loop and is nestled in the southeast corner of Rillito Park Racetrack. The market hosts…