Are You Ready to Learn About Spiralizing?
Join us at the August program where Randy Wade (owner, Tumacookery) will be doing a cooking demonstration and tasting, also offering his tips, tricks and taboos of spiralizing. This method of turning vegetables and fruits into noodles allows cooks of all skill levels to whip up creative, healthy, and delicious meals. Spiralizing offers great flavor without the processed ingredients. Mark your calendar so you don’t miss out! (TWOQC programs are offered to club members and first-time attendees only.)
Give a big thank you to Yellow Brick Coffee this weekend!
When attending the Artisan and Farmer’s Market this Sunday afternoon, look for Anna and David Perreira of Yellow Brick Coffee. Anna was the presenter for our July program and she shared their wonderful coffee. She will be back this Sunday at the market so stop by for samples, to make a purchase, or just to say ‘hi’ and thank her for presenting to TWOQC.
Please write a note or letter to the 25 WWII and Korean War Veterans (one served in WWII, Korean War and Vietnam) for Mail Call on their Honor Flight back from Washington DC telling them that what they did all those years ago was appreciated. Let them know that the sacrifices they made – being away from loved ones and friends in an often hostile environment, risking their lives every day, and facing all the other realities of wartime – were acknowledged and appreciated.
The names of the veterans are attached (in this LINK). Place the letters in an envelope (do not seal) with the vet’s name plus initial of last name and deposit in the container outside Kay Robinson’s home, 898 N. Kenneth Drive by August 29 or bring to TWOQC program.
Reading Glasses Needed for Hospitalized Veterans
The VA has a need for reading glasses.
If anyone has any that are not being used, they may be dropped off at Peggy’s house at 1908 E Longspur Place or brought to our program on August 29.
Coupons for the National Guard
Coupons for the National Guard should expire September 18 or later. Coupons destined for overseas should expire July 1 or later. Coupons may be turned in at the program on August 29 or dropped off at Judy Poffenbarger’s (2390 E Bluejay Bluff Lane) or Peggy Richmond’s (2731 E. Eba Court) at any time. Both have a box by their front doors. [PREPPING COUPONS]
Donations for Veterans
If you are starting to get more 2017 calendars in the mail than you can possibly use, rather than throw them in the trash or recycle bin, please save them for the hospitalized veterans. Those being hospitalized long term and those living in the nursing home facility really appreciate getting them. Both wall and pocket calendars as well as greeting/note cards are needed. Please bring them to the program on August 29 and place them any unopened travel sized toiletries on the table in the back of the ballroom.
We are looking for some cupcake stands for the Fashion Show on February 24.
If anyone has any they can lend us at that time, please let Carol Shelton know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date – UPCOMING EVENTS
♦ September 26 – 6:30 p.m. – Dr. Manuel Valenzuela, Superintendent of the Sahuarita Unified School District (SUSD) will headline the September 26 program of The Women of Quail Creek. Now in his seventh year as district Superintendent, Valenzuela oversees the education of 6,300 students in the rapidly growing K-12 district.
Dr. Valenzuela’s talk will focus on issues and solutions in the on-going struggle to provide the students in the Sahuarita Unified School District with the best skills for success. He will talk about emerging issues and provide details about local challenges.
In addition to Dr. Valenzuela’s talk, TWOQC will be entertained by the Walden Grove High School Women’s Chorale under the direction of Benjamin Lebovitz. The Chorale is composed of 16 members, the majority of whom are freshmen and sophomores, ages 14 to 16.
The September 26 program of TWOQC will take place in the ballroom of the Madera Clubhouse beginning at 6:30 pm. The program is open to all members of TWOQC and to first time guests. Members are encouraged to arrive early to make reservations for the Club’s October Membership Luncheon.
♦ October 31 – 11:00 a.m. – TWOQC Membership Luncheon – This annual event provides an opportunity for the Club to report to the membership regarding the current status of the Club as well as sharing plans for the future. It also provides an excellent opportunity for members to be recognized for the hard work and generosity of time and talents they have given to help make TWOQC one of the most active organizations in Quail Creek.
This year’s program will feature Heather Rowe, nighttime TV news anchor for KOLD, Channel 13. Ms. Rowe’s remarks will be preceded by lunch. There will be a no-host bar opening at 10:30. The initial program and lunch will begin at 11:00 in the Madera Clubhouse ballroom. Tickets for the October 31 luncheon are $10 for members and will be available at the September 26 program of TWOQC. [MORE PROGRAMS – download a complete schedule of events]