Category: October 2021

Living with Coyotes

Susan Knox Wilson Coyotes are a fact of life here in PebbleCreek. Our homeowner’s association (HOA) acknowledges the reality that we have wild neighbors and believes we all need to learn how to coexist and reduce negative encounters with the creatures in our midst. To help residents better understand how to live with coyotes and…

U.S. Military History: Some U.S. Marine Corps History

Ross Dunfee What is a Marine? A sailor, a soldier, infantry, amphibious assault members? They are all–soldiers serving on ships ready for land action. Their history, etched in antiquity, has records in ancient Greece and Rome. In the 17th century, the English, in its wars with the Dutch, referred to Marine units as naval infantry. In 1739, during…

LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek

October Lectures Cover Minority Innovators, Electric Vehicles Patricia Ingalls LifeLong Learning kicks off its 2021-22 season of Monday Morning Lectures this month with two Ph.D. speakers who have done extensive research in their respective fields of expertise. One speaker will highlight notable, less-known minority innovators, and the other speaker will examine electric vehicles as a…

PebbleCreek Car Club News

Linda Babcock The PebbleCreek Car Club is ready to roll again! It seems like a long time ago that we had our last meeting. In fact, it was. We last met in March 2020, before we were shut down with COVID. For those with a long memory, our last outing was on Feb. 29, when members and…

The Texas Tenors Live in Concert January 20

The Texas Tenors are coming back to PebbleCreek on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, for two shows only, at 3 and 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale Oct. 5 at 8 a.m. in the Renaissance Theater. There is a four ticket limit per person, and we accept credit/debit or member charge only. The ticket cost is…

Republican Club Kicks Off Meet the Candidates Series

Sue Harrison The PebbleCreek Republican Club has planned a Meet the Candidates series. The club invited candidates to speak about their platform and qualifications to serve in a number of public offices, including U.S. Senate, AZ Governor, AZ Secretary of State, AZ Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Corporate Commissioner. We kicked off the eeries…

Meet the Candidates for the HOA Board

Susan Knox Wilson At press deadline, the candidates for the 2021 election had not yet been revealed, but by the time you are reading this, you will have learned the names of those who have tossed their hat into the ring via PebbleNews. The candidates are vying for a two-year, resident-volunteer position on the PebbleCreek…