Awards & Recognition

Tributes and Honors

Strike up the band in Honor of The Women of Quail Creek!

On Tuesday, September 10 at the Desert Diamond Casino Diamond Center, TWOQC  accepted the Community/Group Award for the AZ 19 Most Influential People for 2019. Awardees were recognized as outstanding people/groups who have touched the lives of communities in the AZ 19 corridor and greater Santa Cruz County. Three hundred-plus honorees and guests gathered to celebrate the winners. On the organization’s behalf and amidst ovations and cheers, TWOQC received the award. Look for the award in the display case at the Creative Arts and Technology Center. We are proud to be recognized as making a difference in our community.

TWOQC photographer, Eileen Sykora, posted pictures in this PHOTO ALBUM. Click or tap the Award image to enlarge.

162d Wing Awards TWOQC’s for the 2018 Baby Shower

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162d Wing Annual Awards Presented at TWOQC’s May 2017 Program

May 2017 — The “Family Readiness Appreciation Award” and plaque were presented at TWOQC’s May 22 program to The Women of Quail Creek from a representative of the 162d Wing Air National Guard.

The beautiful awards were in appreciation of this year’s baby shower for military families, themed “Our Tiniest Patriots”, held on Saturday, May 20th at the Air National Guard facility on Valencia Road in Tucson, Arizona.

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162d Wing Annual Awards Ceremony – United States Air Force · Arizona Air National Guard

April 2, 2017 — The “Family Readiness Appreciation Award” from Brigadier General MacDonald of the 162d Wing Air National Guard.

This recognition is due to the annual military baby shower that is held on the base.

The Arizona Air National Guard appreciates the service and talent of The Women of Quail Creek to make life a little easier for active military families having and raising their children while serving their country. Additional Event Photos

The Women of Quail Creek’s awards are on display in the Quail Creek Creative Arts & Technology Building, sharing the same parking lot as the Madera Clubhouse.