Desert Messenger

May 5, 2010

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P��� 12 D����� M�������� Summer is right around the corner and United Blood Services anticipates a higher usage of blood during the coming months. Typically, the sum- mer and December holiday seasons are high blood usage months, since many donors are vacationing which decreases the number of donors, and, particularly during the summer holi- day weekends, there are higher inci- dents of trauma due to accidents. To ensure a safe supply of blood, area res- idents are encouraged to donate at one of the many blood drives being held in the tri-state region in May. Donors must be at least 17 years of age, in good health and weigh at least 110 pounds. Ann Trilby, United Blood Services representative, offers some helpful hints to ensure your good health dur- ing the blood draw. “Drink at least 6-8 bottles of water the night before to keep your body hydrated and eat a meal that is high in iron content, such as green vegetables, all types of meat, fi sh and poultry, nuts, and beans. Eat a hearty breakfast and avoid caffeine and calcium products the morning of M�� 5, 2010 Area Blood Drives in May the blood drive, as they absorb the iron in a person’s system and the donor may not have a high enough iron level to donate”. All donors are encouraged to sign up for the Hero in You Rewards Program and schedule an appointment at www. or call (702)638-7400. Thursday, May 6 8:00am to 2:00pm Parker Community Senior Center, Parker For appointment, log on to www. Sponsor Code: Parkercommunity or call (702) 638-7400 Saturday, May 8 8:00am to 1:00pm Marine Corps League Auxiliary American Legion Post #81 181 Paseo del Sol Lake Havasu City For appointment, log on to www. Sponsor Code: mari- neauxiliary or call (702) 638-7400. ARIZONA WESTCOAST REALTY 928-916-4222, Cell 928-927-8900, Offi ce 776 W. Desert Dr. 20’X40’ RV cover with Concrete Slab. Property is completely fenced. Corner lot with work- shop and storage shed with full bath and laundry connec- tions. Automatic drip system, 2 RV hookups. Room to build, park model, or just use your RV. $69,500. #38098 786 W. Comanche .29 Acre. Well kept Manufactured Home is in the corner lot in Q Mountain Vista Subdivision, this property has lots of ex- tras, 6 decorative light poles and water fountain in front yard, there is a cabin with full bath for guests, RV hookup, carport, 3 sheds, comes with washer and dryer. Must see. $129,000. #38099 404 E. Main St. .62 Acres, Block house, 4 sheds, 2 car- ports 20X26 garage, covered patio, fenced with RV gates. $89,000. #38068 450 N. Pilgrim Pl. .33 Acres, 2006 Park Model, town water, city sewer, under ground power, great location, right down from the city park. $98,000. Make of- fer, owner will carry. #38013 BARBARA COWELL Realtor E-mail: 360 N. Plymouth Ave., Quartzsite • HOMES 480 N. Idaho Ave. 2.43 Acres, Cousins Corner RV Park, (28) Large spaces, park owned 14 X 40 park model rental, lots of room to expand park. $325,000 #38104 .480 Pilgrim Lane. .33 Acres, South of city park, good location, city water, city sewer, under ground power. $69,000. #30817. 770 Mt. View Resort B-47: 14X40 2005 Park Model, comes fully furnished, 2 car ports, Mexican brick fence, fully brick patio great for par- ties, work shop, lots of extras must see. $106,000. #38103 785 W. Cowell St. .50 acre, 1,440 sq ft building built in 2002, currently being used as Cactus Curler Beauty Salon. Also 10X12 building which is rented. Great location for a up and coming business. COMMERCIAL $199,000. #38094 810 W. Main St. Buy a his- torical piece of Quartzsite, right on Main St. The old Post Offi ce/Service Station which was in a movie a few years ago, a 2 bedroom, one bath adobe house, windmill, desert landscape. 1 acre. $385,000. Make offer. #38042 VACANT LAND (Brenda) 54400 62nd St. 25 acres, subdivided into 5 acre lots, has power and well plus septic on second lot, desert landscape, ready for a home and investment. $135,000. Make offer. #38105

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