Desert Messenger

October 03, 2018

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WHAT'S INSIDE 2 Shop Small Saturday 4 Letters to Editor 5 County Expenditure Increase 6 Editorial 9 Restaurants 9 Domestic Violence Awareness 11 Police Explorers Fundraiser 13 The Salvation Army Happenings 13 Christmas Parade Planned 15 Herb Mama 15 Assessor's Corner 16 Travelogue 16 QPD Arrest Report 17 Nancy's Kitchen 17 Salome High School 18 Churches 20 Puzzles 22 Classifeds 22 Paul Winer's Cartoon • "Quartzsite's FREE Community Paper" • 928-916-4235 WEDNESDAY, October 3, 2018 VOL. 15 # 285 Now in our 1 5 t h YEAR! Alwa y s FREE! 17 Salome High School Paul Winer's Cartoon 4-H elects new officers By Madeline Young The 4-H year has begun and Quartzsite's Denim N Dust 4- H Club is in full swing. Our fi rst meeting was September 12, 2018. During that meeting, we discussed what the upcoming year would bring. We also elected in this year's club offi cers who as follows: Pres- ident Riona Thomas; Vice Presi- dent Kaelyn Martinson; Treasur- er/ Secretary Winter Aris VanAtti; Reporter Madeline Young. All of us at Denim N Dust are looking forward to an exiting year. Keep an eye out for events we will be participating in and future fundraisers. As always we thank you, our community, for your en- couragement and support. PHOTO: Left to Right: Riona Thomas, Madeline Young, Chase Reiter, Tiffany Paull, Jaxsen Reiter, Annie Gre- miel, Kaelyn Martinson, Michaela Briggs, Brodie Reiter, Abbagail Pearson, Malakai Rudisill ����� | S������ �� D����� M�������� Seeking donations for holiday baskets It is already October, and Thanksgiving and Christmas are just right around the corner. The Quartzsite Food Bank had a busy summer and now it's time to think of holiday baskets. The Phoenix St. Mary's Food Bank is not going to be able to support us at the same levels as they have in the past for the holidays due to the natural disasters. We are asking the good people, businesses, churches, and organiza- tion of Quartzsite to help us out with our holiday baskets and busiest time of the year. Please make a donation by the any of the following: * Going to our website at * Dropping off a donation at The Food Bank, 40 N. Moon Mountain on Tuesdays & Thursdays 8am-noon. * Mailing a check and making it out to:Friends of the Quartzsite Food Bank, PO Box 4671, Quartzsite, AZ 85359 For more information call 480-286-8373. Thank you so much, Lois Dupre, President FQFB OCTOBER IS NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH

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