Category: Clubs & Classes

Spring BBQ – PebbleCreek Gun Club

Henry and Richard

Henry Tom The PebbleCreek Gun Club had its 2015 Spring BBQ picnic from noon to 4:00 p.m. at Sunrise Park in Eagle’s Nest with 120 members and their guests attending and eating the delicious BBQ pulled pork, beef brisket, chicken, hominy, mashed potatoes, corn, collard greens, baked beans with Dutch oven apple pie and cherry…

Big sweeps on the tennis court

Left to right: Troney Hutchins, Marty Farrell, Craig Hauger, Dave Henry (captain), Jim Lewis, Richard Margison, Lou Ramirez and Steve Bachman; not pictured, Bryan Bostock

Rana Cukierski Once again our leagues in PebbleCreek prevail! The men’s 3.5 WVSL, The Beer Nuts, captured the championship for the third consecutive season. Captain Dave Henry and his team were undefeated in the regular season and finished up with a big win in the league playoffs. Congratulations, team—you aced it! Newly formed men’s 4.0…

Bridge Results

PC Duplicate Sanctioned Bridge Kathy Bergman The main activity in March was our mentoring program where our experience players assisted those who wanted to learn more about playing Bridge. It’s a great opportunity for the mentees to learn different conventions, defense and different methods for playing the hand. The mentoring program will continue thru April.…

Visit to the Vogue

Le Cercle Français members are welcomed by Chef Aurore. From left: Linda Rossetto, Bill Rossetto, Diane Larochelle, Vogue Chef Aurore, Louis Larochelle and Simone Jacobs

Betsy Crosson On April 6 about 30 members of Le Cercle Français dined for lunch on the outside patio of the Vogue Restaurant in Surprise, Arizona, one of the West Valley’s favorite casual bistros. This small, friendly neighborhood bistro, featuring Chef Aurore’s food, is always a special occasion for the PebbleCreek French conversation group. For…

Pottery-Hand building class

Ceramics will be taught by Jeff Wilson.

Back by popular demand is Jeff Wilson’s Pottery-Hand Building class. First class starts May 11, Monday and Wednesday for four consecutive weeks. Time is 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.; cost is $83 all-inclusive. Second class starts July 6th, Monday and Wednesday for four consecutive weeks. Time is 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.; cost is $83 all-inclusive. Sign…

La Fête de la Polynésie Française

Le Cercle Français members enjoy the Tacky Tiki Bar on March 17, 2015. From left: Dino Cervigini, Lilli Paul, Al Crosson, Robert Risden and Claire Gillet

Betsy Crosson Spring for Le Cercle Français means celebrating La Fête de la Polynésie Française around the beautiful pool of Deborah and Gaylen Legan in PebbleCreek. The Legans, who love Tahiti, have provided this venue for the club for about three years and it is always a fun get-together. It is one of several yearly…

Men’s Christian Fellowship at St. Mary’s Food Bank

The Men’s Fellowship group is ready to volunteer again.

Larry Gleason On April 1, 18 members and friends from PebbleCreek’s Men’s Christian Fellowship traveled to Surprise to spend the morning volunteering at the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. Following a brief orientation, the Fellowship group was divided into two teams. The first team was sent to work on the inspection line where all incoming…

Spring has sprung with accolade for Quilters

WWI Quilt, left to right: Jan Johnson and Erma Taylor (co-chairs); quilted by Cindy Santoro

  Millissa Masters Monday after Easter was a fun day for the PebbleCreek Quilters. We enjoyed our Spring Luncheon in the Tuscany Ballroom and had a lovely meal by Toscana’s. Two of our quilts were displayed and it was very humbling to watch our members admire the special work our club creates After lunch the…

Goodtime Gals news

Pat Atkinson All women who live in PebbleCreek are automatically members of the GoodTime Gals. Come alone or bring a friend to any of our activities. The GoodTime Gals have an email to send you news and announcements. To be added to our email list contact us at pcgoodtimegals@gmail.com with your name, address and phone…

All hooking and no games makes less fun

Monika Jones with her winnings

Dee-Dee Patrick Even though the rug hookers enjoy their craft so much they do not think of it as work, a little diversion never hurts. For the second year in a row club members were invited to participate in a game of chance. Each member brought in three unwrapped strips of wool of a predetermined…