9-Hole Ladies’ Golf – April 2010

By Pat Lee

April is an exciting month for golf. First and foremost the season officially begins The kick off event is the golf fashion show luncheon on April 7th which will set the tone for an exciting year of fun and fashion. Lisa Coffman and her masterful team will once again create a fashion show event both exciting and memorable and too fun to miss. Make a reservation at the clubhouse now. Continue reading 9-Hole Ladies’ Golf – April 2010

QMGA – April 2010

By Gerry Wigginton

Opening day is just around the corner. April 10th starts our spring and summer madness, preceded on April 9th by a dinner, and team selection for the first tournament, following essentially the same format as 2009, with difficult pin placements, and fierce competition as usual. Continue reading QMGA – April 2010

We Want All LQ Kids And Grandkids For JTL

By Lisa Stouse

Don’t Miss Out!

Junior League Tennis deadline is April 30.

We want all LQ kids and grandkids!

Registration forms and waivers can be downloaded from Q E-News.

Drop off or mail forms w/  check for $100 payable to JTL to:

491 Navajo Lane West, Lake Quivira, KS  66217

Any questions call Lisa Stouse @ 913-961-3092.

This is something you don’t want to miss!

Yacht Club – April 2010

By Charles Segebrecht

Despite the relentless onslaught of cold weather this winter, the break from last summer’s Club season was a welcome one. Repairing boats, planning social events, improving the marina, providing individual lessons, racing every Sunday and hosting the National Sweet Sixteen Regatta–all were facilitated seemingly with ease by our Club members. And so at the end of a most fulfilling season, many of us welcomed the deepfreeze. Continue reading Yacht Club – April 2010

Don’t Fall For Pine Wilt Remedy

By Connie Huerter

It seems that, as Tree City chairman, each article that I’ve written has been a warning of some sort.  This one is no different.  This is the latest alert from the state forest service.  It is a heads up regarding a product that is being falsely marketed in Kansas, as a control treatment for pine wilt disease.  If you don’t know about this disease, you’ve certainly seen it’s effects in the dead and dying pines all over the metropolitan area.  It is devastating hundreds of pines with no known treatment at the present time. Continue reading Don’t Fall For Pine Wilt Remedy