The Photo Club of Quail Creek recently completed its 12th quarterly photo challenge, themed “My Arizona.” Each club member could enter up to three photos, which had to be taken within the calendar quarter. The photographer/artist could post-process the photo in any way, including using Photoshop filters and manipulation. This challenge proved to be quite […]
With 54 holes, this Arizona golf community for active adults presents many opportunities for an ace! Three residents recently enjoyed hole-in-one celebrations at PebbleCreek. Sue Abercrombie During a recent day on the links with the PebbleCreek Ladies Golf Association (PCLGA), Sue Abercrombie scored her second hole-in-one on the Tuscany East golf course. Sue does not […]
Are you considering moving to an active 55+ community and curious what residents have to say about the amenities, the overall lifestyle, or new homes? Our homeowners say it best when it comes to experiencing all that a Robson Resort Community has to offer. See what residents have to say and what their experience has […]
The Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association has awarded the 2020 Roy Barnes Volunteer of the Year Award to Jerry Colbert. Jerry is well deserving of this award. He has served on the Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association board for several years in various capacities. He has been membership chair on two occasions, has been on […]
Doris Betuel and her husband Ken have lived at Robson Ranch Arizona for a little over four years. They have a menagerie of two dogs, two horses, and a miniature donkey. The horses and donkey followed them from Oregon where they lived for 21 years. In Oregon, she was a Human Resources manager for 15 […]
The Arizona Golf Hall of Fame in Scottsdale has announced its 2020 inductees. Included on the list of inductees is one of our very own, Carolyn Suttles, from PebbleCreek! The Arizona Golf Hall of Fame Committee announced the four inductees to the 2020 class, which is comprised of three modern candidates selected by voting delegates: […]
Fox 10 reports how The Women of Quail Creek showered military families with donated baby items. Expectant families and parents of newborns scheduled time to receive baby gifts and essential items. The Women of Quail Creek host this event annually to provide support military families.
3TV reports on the Quail Creek residents using their talent and time to make masks for those who need them. Resident Karen Baker says they have been busy sewing masks for hospitals, the National Guard and other essential workplaces. She explains the response is tremendous and people are so grateful: