Expressions Gallery – Spring Into April

Sherry Blatner It’s been spring for the last 11 days so it’s time to lighten the colors of your life. Think pastels and bright white, pink, yellow and green. Add…

Candidates address Democratic Club

Robert Conley The PebbleCreek Democratic Club held its General Monthly Meeting on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the Eagle’s Nest Ballroom and was preceded by a social…

PCLGA Roadrunners compete at Anthem Golf Club

Bev Clinton The PebbleCreek Roadrunners ladies traveling golf team has completed six very tough competitions on the road on some very challenging yet beautiful courses. The team has played at…

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…

Seven come eleven

Arizona Flats bicyclists complete their Century Ride.

Grant Hachmann PebbleCreek’s own Arizona Flats Bicycling Group completed its seventh annual 100 mile Century Ride on March 21. The weather was outstanding with little wind: a bicyclist’s dream. The ride took the group through the cities of Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Peoria, Sun City West and Buckeye before returning to Goodyear. The Tri Chicks…

Horsehair class

Maryalice Carl Mark Grieve is teaching a Horsehair class on Sunday, May 17, 2015, starting promptly at 10:00 a.m. in the Ceramic Room at the Creative Arts Center. Pieces of choice are horseheads, buffalos, bears, pots and vases. Cost is $37 all-inclusive. If you would like to do more than one piece, there will be…

Upcoming Litchfield Park Library events

Nancy L. Stevenson Author Visit Drop in and enjoy an informal chat with Alex Andrews and with Celeste Crouch Wednesday, May 13 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Alex is a self-published poet and Celeste is the founder of the Litchfield Park Historical Society which has a new book out on the history of Litchfield Park.…

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…