Honor Flight in April
Eight WWII Veterans and 17 Korea War Veterans will be taking an all expenses-paid journey of commemoration, reminiscence and reflection April 23rd to see the WWII Memorial and others in Washington DC. on the Honor Flight.
After a three day trip of camaraderie and memory making, our veterans have a “secret” Mail Call – the very same kind of mail that kept their spirits alive during the war. Please participate in letting our veterans know how much their service has meant to us and that we honor them by writing letters to the 25 attending this flight. Place the letter in an envelope addressed to the veteran. CLICK HERE for the list. Place them in the box outside Kay Robinson’s home by April 11th: 898 N Kenneth Drive, Quail Creek.
April 25th Program · 6:30pm
Cheri Romanowski of Cheri’s Desert Harvest ::: Cheri’s all-natural products are made from fresh fruits and vegetables indigenous to the Sonoran Desert. Only the freshest prickly pear cactus fruit, citrus, honey, sweet peppers, and hot chile peppers are used in her preserves. Come hear Cheri talk about the fruit that is hand-harvested at the peak of ripeness and her quick mixes formulated with wholesome ingredients.
$cholarship Night ::: During the April 25th program, you will meet Carly Frieders and Kayla Christiansen, the impressive young awardees of TWOQC scholarships. They will be joined by their families and high school counselors. Carly and Kayla will provide a snapshot of their future goals, and what the scholarship means to them. This will be an exciting moment for all!
Your support of the project was astonishing and plans are in the making for the 2016/17 fundraising season. Watch for forthcoming photos of the girls.
Our hosts for our meal, Tammy and Don, shared that they do cater for private parties with a minimum of 5 people required. Private Behind-the-Scenes tours are also available for a minimum of 10 at $10 per person. For contact info at the zoo, check with Peggy McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-6188.
Cynthia Rosenlund left her hat on Bus 1 on the zoo trip. If anyone found it, please contact her at email@example.com.
“Read Me A Story” BABY SHOWER
For a list of contributions needed for the baby shower please access THIS LINK.
If you would like to donate your time our next planning meeting is Monday, April 4th at 11:00 a.m. in the Kino Conference Center.
Please contact Pamela Rodgers with any questions at 520-561-7969 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations may also be dropped off at her home, 2640 E. Sawyer Road (drop box on front porch) or call and she will be glad to pick them up in the Quail Creek/Green Valley area.
Coupons for National Guard should expire April 10th or later. They especially appreciate the restaurant coupons—it seems they tend to eat out after the weekend drills. The expiration date for overseas is the first of the month BEFORE the current month.
Clipped and sorted coupons for the National Guard may be dropped off at the following locations:
- Peggy Richmond’s (2731 E. Eba Court)
- Judy Poffenbarger’s (2390 E. Bluejay Bluff Lane)
- Lois and Janet Connell’s house (529 N. Ramos Lane)
REMINDER: There is no regular coupon program at this time. Please drop off coupons at Judy and Peggy’s houses before the end of the month. [HOW TO SORT COUPONS…]
Upcoming Events For Your Calender
June 27 – 12:30 p.m. …Summer Luncheon: The Arizona Balalaika Orchestra will be performing under the direction of Mia Bulgarin Gay. Tickets for the lunch will go on sale prior to the May 23rd program. Get your plans made – only ten seats at a table please!