There are only a few seats left and this is the last chance to purchase tickets to the holiday luncheon on Monday, December 12. Enjoy a delicious lunch of turkey and trimmings while being entertained with familiar Christmas songs. Price is $20.00 for members and $25 for guests.
For your ticket please contact Carol Mutter at «email@example.com» or call her at 907-440-2082.
Remember to bring your Christmas gift bag for a YOTO student to help fill the sleigh and make their holiday a bit brighter! For further information ««READ MORE»». If you did not get a card yet and want to pick one up you can get a card from the box on Diane Quinn’s front porch at 2276 E. Skywalker Way or contact «firstname.lastname@example.org». «Learn about YOTO»
The photo book is such an awesome tool to recognize your fellow members. Come photo-ready to the December luncheon and your head-shot will be added to the member photo book of paid members for 2017. To view the photo book, click here: «Photo Book featuring 175 members».
In solving the previous mystery woman photo last week, we now have another with no name. If you are this person or know her name, please contact: «email@example.com». Thank you to Ruth McDermott, Diane Nickolas, and Phil Opdenbrouw for reaching out last week in the mystery solving. »»UPDATE: Dec. 2 (9:22 a.m.) — This week’s mystery is solved! Photo is Suzan Van Thull. Thank you: Anne Benton, Vicki Workman and Carmella Graham.
2017 applications for new members and renewals for current members will be available at the December luncheon or you may go directly to the website’s «membership page» to complete the «application». You may bring your renewal to the luncheon, mail to Patti Giannasi at 1232 N. Rams Head Road or place in the Women of Quail Creek box at Patti’s front door (map). «PRINT MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION»
Stuff the Truck
TWOQC has an opportunity to assist the Green Valley/Sahuarita Food Banks for Christmas. As many of you know the food bank ran out of food last month at least once and had to shut their doors early. One of our members has met with the food bank and they will work a joint effort with TWOQC to accept donations in the West parking lot between the Madera Clubhouse and the CATC building on December 17 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. You can “drive-thru” and volunteers will unload it for you.
The following items will be accepted:
- Perishable Food (frozen only)
- Non-perishable Food
- Hygiene items (diapers-baby and adult; soap, shampoo, dish soap, laundry detergent)
- Baby Food
- Monetary donations will be gladly accepted (just $9 gives 1 family a meal)
♦ Help “Stuff the Truck” for donations to the Green Valley/Sahuarita Food Banks on December 17 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you would like to help please contact Pam at «firstname.lastname@example.org»
Diane Quinn is looking for a few people who are interested in helping with the YOTO committee. Please contact her at «email@example.com». »»UPDATE: Dec. 6 — Thank you to all who responded so quickly. At this time we do not need additional volunteers for the Yoto Committee.
There are 22 Christmas songs for you to enjoy in the left sidebar of the website. The songs will play while having TWOQC’s website open in your browser window (see ♦NOTE below).
- To begin, simply single-click on any of the songs in the Music Player.
- Adjust the volume on the Music Player’s volume bar.
- After a song plays, the next song in line will automatically begin.
- Once the last song on the list finishes, the first song will automatically play and the list will be repeated unless “stopped”.
- You may select an individual song to play with a single-click on the song title.
- To stop the music entirely, single-click on the double-vertical lines as indicated in the graphic.
Total run-time for the entire list to play once is approximately 60 minutes. Don’t forget to turn up the volume on your device. Enjoy! ♦NOTE: The Music Player will stop playing as you navigate through the website. To prevent this from happening, open 2 browser windows with TWOQC website in each: keep one open while playing the music, and use the other to peruse the website. Questions? Contact: «firstname.lastname@example.org».
Hospitalized Veterans — Some items on their wish list include: baseball and knitted hats, gloves, scarves, back-scratchers, watches, book lights, audio books on CD, AM/FM radios or CD players with headset, puzzle books (including large print), shoelaces, sunglasses, deodorant, gloves, nail clippers, water bottles, playing cards, and hand-held electronic games.
Homeless Vets Program — The staff at the homeless center said they can use paper products, plastic utensils for the veterans who walk into their office. If you have any leftover Thanksgiving napkins or other napkins, small paper plates, or Styrofoam cups.
If you would like to contribute items please place them on the table at the back of the ballroom on December 12. If you aren’t attending the luncheon, they may be left at Peggy’s house at 1908 E. Longspur Place. «map»
We have received a thank-you note from the VA regarding the donations for the Southwest Blind Rehabilitation Center, and one from the Ballet Continental Dance Company for our donation (Ballet Continental performed at the November program). Both letters can be found on our website: «Thank You»
Fashion Show – The Power of Purple: February 24, 2017
I know – It’s not even Christmas yet and we are already talking about the Fashion Show! It isn’t until February but it doesn’t come together overnight and it takes all of us to make it successful. TWOQC Power of Purple luncheon and fashion show profits benefit the local American Cancer Society Research and Development.
Tickets are $25 and will be on sale in the Madera lobby:
- December 12 · 11:00 am just prior to the holiday luncheon
- December 16 · 6:30 pm
Items to be added to raffle baskets for the fashion show and lunch are needed to make this event fantastic! Ideas would be:
- small items to combine for baskets for the kitchen, home office, decorative items;
- things for the outdoors (BBQ, small yard art – which might be individually raffled);
- perhaps that special item you knew you would love… got it home and never used it.
A drop off box (on a bench) is placed on the front porch at the home of Carol Shelton, 2415 E. Overview Lane (map). You may contact Carol Shelton at 398-3261 and leave message or by email at «email@example.com». «Stay tuned: Fashion Show»
2016 TWOQC Nominations for Board Positions: We will be voting at the December 12 luncheon. In accordance with the new TWOQC By-laws adopted on October 31, 2016, four positions are to be filled during elections at our December luncheon.
The Nominating Committee has put forth the following names and positions:
- President Elect – Pam Rodgers
- 2nd VP/Membership – Judy Collins
- Treasurer – Linda Matthews or Nancy Jacobs
- Programs – Kathe Alves
Coupons for the National Guard should expire December 12 or later, and those for overseas should expire October 1 or later. Coupons may be left on one of the tables in the back of the ballroom, or dropped off at Judy Poffenbarger’s at 2390 E. Bluejay Bluff Lane (map) or Peggy Richmond’s at 2731 E. Eba Court (map) at any time. Both have a box by their front doors. «Prepping Coupons»
- December 12 – 12:30 p.m. – “O Christmas Tree” Holiday Luncheon · Quail Creek Musical Duo
- January 30 – 10:00 a.m. – The Color Red · Diane Foray
- February 24 – 10:00 a.m. – Power of Purple: Fashion Show & Luncheon