Category: December 2017

PebbleCreek Republican Club’s 8th Annual Patriots dinner was a moving tribute to ou.eterans

Liz Gibson The eighth annual PebbleCreek Republican Club’s Patriotic Event and Dinner honoring PebbleCreek Republican veterans was a beautiful and moving evening, from the opening familiar patriotic songs until the singing of the God Bless America finale. Held Thursday evening November 2 in the packed Tuscany Falls Ballroom, the extensive program began with a welcome from…

LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek

What’s happening at LifeLong Learning? Premier Lectures are held in the Renaissance Theater at 7:00 p.m. while Monday Morning Lectures start at 10:00 a.m. TED Talks, PC Reads and Sunday Series are free, but require registration as there are limits to the number of participants. Please consult the printed SCHEDULE or the LLL website at…

Artist of The Month

Marianne Graff The PebbleCreek Art Club i.ery proud to award Marielle Ramsey Artist of the Month for December. She is an accomplished watercolorist and .alued member of the Art Club. Marielle was born in Berkeley, California and called the Bay Area home for many years. She has five children and six grandchildren who live all…

PebbleCreek Live On Stage

“Beyond Glory” tickets on sale Laurie Farquhar Since it was first awarded in 1861 only 3,497 people have received the Medal of Honor, the U.S. military’s highest award. On Friday, December 15 and Saturday, December 16, in the Renaissance Theater, you can hear the stories of eight honorees when PC Players and ShowTime present the…

PebbleCreek donates cookies to Luke Airmen

Wally Campbell The PebbleCreek bakers are busy making homemade cookies once again for the Airmen at Luke Air Force Base as the base’s annual Cookie Drive concludes on December 6. PebbleCreek has participated in this holiday event for many years with a large number of cookies being donated. Residents are to drop off their donations…

Community members and solar experts call for clean-energy

Dru Bacon and Charlie Miller Last month, the Conservative Alliance for Solar Energy (CASE) joined community leaders and residents of PebbleCreek in a press conference at the Chianti Room at Tuscany Falls Clubhouse to ask Arizona’s elected officials to promote the development of clean energy sources like solar power. The clean energy transition is already…

Santa’s Arizona sleigh?

Shawnee Robison Ho! Ho! Ho! And, yesireee! That’s Santa’s sleigh, if you’re here in PebbleCreek, Ara-Zone-i-a! Don’t need any reindeer or snow, just a little sand and sunshine! Well—maybe a few clouds would be ok! Purrfect golfing weather is on the top of almost everyone’s Christmas Wish List here in PebbleCreek! Even though I live…

2 Your Health: Why should you choose PT?

Brad Scott Do you have nagging pain or lingering discomfort and not sure what to do or how to get better? Have you or your loved one began to decline in your functional ability? AZOPT is ready to help! More and more people #ChoosePT (physical therapy) first and AZOPT is their top choice! Opioid addiction…

Tennis Turnover

Susie Anderson Winston Churchill said, “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” I think our PebbleCreek Tennis Club President Ken Minichiello followed this advice well. Ken has been an agent of change for the last four years and his term will end in December. Ken’s four year term started a.ice…