This week’s Friday Morning Message: Holiday Luncheon: December 11th | Spreading Holiday Cheer for YOTO | It’s Dues Time | Scholarship Fundraising Items Available | Wine Totes & Pilsners | 2018 Fashion Show | 2018 Baby Shower | Volunteer Opportunity | NEW Holiday Website Theme | Homeless Veteran Received Needed Help | Upcoming Events
♥ FINAL SALES FOR LUNCHEON SEATS WILL BE DECEMBER 3rd ♥
A few single tables are still available for the Holiday Luncheon. If you have plans to attend, please get your seats now by contacting Nancy Jacobs at (970) 946-3910.
- 11:00 – luncheon registration begins
- 11:30 – bar opens
- 12:00 – program begins
- 12:30 – lunch will be served
- Seating for members and first-time guests is $20
- If you are purchasing for multiple persons please have the names of each person when you pay
Menu: Roasted turkey breast with mashed potatoes (gravy served on both the turkey and the potatoes), cranberry walnut dressing, homemade cranberry sauce will be on the table, and rolls & butter. Dessert will be Gingerbread cookies with icing and red & green sprinkles.
Raffle ticket sales for the gingerbread man center pieces have started. You may purchase your tickets from Carol Mutter at $1.00 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5.00. The final sale of raffle tickets will be the day of the luncheon on December 11th prior to the start of the luncheon. You may contact Carol at email@example.com.
The Continental School Jazz Band and Chamber Orchestra will provide entertainment. We are truly privileged to be able to enjoy the efforts of these talented local youth making beautiful music.
For those of you who have purchased your seats and feel you might have forgotten your table number, don’t be concerned the table number will be beside your name when you check in at registration.
Just a few days left to complete your YOTO (Youth On Their Own) Holiday Gift Bag. Completed bags can be brought to Diane Quinn’s house at 2276 E Skywalker Way by December 10th or bring them to the luncheon on December 11th.
Did you pick up a card that you can’t fulfill? Things come up so if this has happened to you call Diane at 591-7935, no questions asked, or put the card in the TWOQC box at her home. We would like to help all 250 students have a good holiday.
Have you paid your 2018 membership dues? We know many of you have but there are still many that have not and we want to make sure you don’t miss out on anything. Dues of $25 are due by December 31, 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 to complete the form. You may bring your renewal dues to the holiday luncheon, drop it in the box at Angie’s front door or mail it to Angie Werner at 1924 E. Orinda Lane. For any questions you may have contact Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You shopped ’til you dropped on Black Friday… your finger tips are raw from Cyber Monday … and you’re still not finished!
Take heart, the scholarship committee has you covered. Come see us prior to the December 11th luncheon. If you can’t make the luncheon don’t worry, contact Pat Neel at 625-4476 for all the items, and all with the cute TWOQC logo!
- Aprons (tavern/craft size $15, standard size $18)
- Thermal totes ($7 ea or 3 for $20)
- Wine totes ($4 ea or 3 for $10)
And, a great way to commemorate someone’s birth or anniversary year are the Bing & Grondahl annual plates. They will be available for sale at $10 each.
All items are cash or check (if check, please make payable to TWOQC Charity Account).
The wine totes have arrived and the Pilsner glassess are scheduled for delivery on December 4th in the late afternoon. You will be notified when they arrive.
Thank you all who donated to the November 11th cancer benefit garage sale. You helped raise over $4,000 for the American Cancer Society.
Now it is time to think about making up a raffle basket for the February 7th cancer benefit luncheon and style show to help the Quail Creek Fights Back Relay For Life team raise dollars for cancer.
While shopping, please pick up a thing or two to add to raffle baskets or shop for your own basket to put together. Suggestions might include: coffee/tea · pasta & wine · pet food & toys · garden & plant · purse & scarf · sports/exercise
Please ask the spa, dentist, dermatologist, restaurant and other businesses that you are visiting if they would be willing to donate a gift certificate for their services. This is a great way for a business to advertise and reach 300 households plus a way for TWOQC to help fund cancer research. Basket items and gift certificates can be delivered to Ginny Hutcheson at 2494 E Bluejay Bluff Lane or email@example.com for pick-up of items.
The fashion show luncheon committee is also seeking volunteers who would be willing to sell 50/50 tickets around Quail Creek and the community plus handle the 50/50 ticket sales on February 7th. Contact Ginny for more information.
Remember the next Baby Shower meeting is on Wednesday, December 6th from 10:00 to 11:30 at the Kino Conference Room.
We currently have seven moms signed up. We are excited to get started so bring your ideas with you!!! If you have questions, please contact Kathi Krieg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An opportunity is available to lead the current committee for the 9th annual Homeless Veterans Clothing Drive that will be held on October 20, 2018. The committee has worked on previous years’ events in an organizational capacity and is structured to offer complete support to the incoming Chair.
The vision of the committee is to give the area homeless veterans hope, dignity and honor by providing them with quality clothing and household items donated by the residents of Quail Creek. We endeavor to demonstrate our gratitude as we serve those who have served us so courageously.
Please consider sharing your “Gift of Hope” as you Chair this event that makes such a difference. For further information or to volunteer, please contact email@example.com.
Gearing up for the holidays, the website theme has changed (for December only).
“Silently, like thoughts that come and go, the snowflakes fall, each one a gem.” -William Hamilton Gibson
Thanks to all who responded to the call to help the veteran who became homeless when a fire destroyed their home. They received so many of the items on their list of things they needed, plus some items not on their list. One thing that the man still needs because the shoes we gave him didn’t fit is size 10 ½ shoes or work boots. Contact Peggy McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help with the shoes.
(♦) public event
Dec. 11, 2017: Holiday Luncheon (YOTO holiday gift bags) Doors open at 11:30, program begins at 12noon
- Jan. 15 – 7:00 p.m: Lecture Series: Arizona Jaguars (♦)
- Jan. 29 – 10:00 a.m: Tumacacori Mission · Park Ranger
- Feb. 7 – 10:00 a.m: Fashion Show (Dillard’s apparel) (♦)
- Feb. 26 – 10:00 a.m: Tubac Presidio (Shannon Stone)
- Mar. 12 – 7:00 p.m: Lecture Series: American Turquoise “Collecting with Confidence” (♦)
- Mar. 26 – 9am-4pm: Field Trip (Tubac Presidio & Tumacacori Mission)
- May 19: Military Baby Shower
- June 25: Summer Luncheon
- Oct. 29: Membership Brunch
- Dec. 10: Holiday Luncheon