Desert Messenger

May 5, 2010

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P��� 6 Summer rock painting begins will begin the Summer Rock Painting Project at the Senior Center on Monday mornings, beginning April 26th at 9am. PNQ will provide the supplies; just bring yourself and your creativity. If you are dreaming about participating Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite (PNQ) in “Rockin’ in Quartzsite” which begins in October, join the fun and practice painting on small rocks before launch- ing into the boulder art painting. Con- tact PJ Bettmann, at 928-927-5324. Second-hand smoke kills 53,000 people a year. It’s no longer a business issue; it’s a public emergency. LIVE SMOKE-FREE DENTURES $350 Full Set Report Smoke-Free Arizona violations anonymously at or call 928-669-5912. • US Military trained w/ 30 plus years experience • Satisfaction Guaranteed or $ back! • Partials starting at $175 QUARTZSITE SNOWBIRD SPECIAL: Same Day Dentures and 1 Hour Reline/Repairs!! Dental Laboratory Service Call: 623-444-4013 • Surprise, AZ 425 N. Central (Hwy. 95) OPEN 7:30am-noon Closed Wed. PROPANERefi lls Tanks OPD Valves Custom Hoses Recertifi cation R/O Ozone Water RV Potable Water WATER R/O ICE R/O WATER 5 GAL/ $1 RV DUMP with full hookups RV PARK 928-927-3714 Think you’ve got game? Prove it! Basketball League 3 on 3 8 Team Co-Ed Basketball Ages 14 & up Pick up a TEAM packet at the Scholars’ Academy or Quartzsite Elementary Team packet due May 18th. Sponsored by Starting June 8th D����� M�������� Police notifi ed to stay off private property The Quartzsite Police Department re- ceived a letter of notice on April 28, 2010, from Russell Sias, council candidate and manager of Crawford’s Trailer Park. In this letter, Mr. Sias puts the Quartz- site Police Department on notice that they are “to stay off the private property known as Crawford’s Trailer Park at 315 E. Main, Quartzsite.” He further threat- ens criminal prosecution for trespassing if the Police Dept. does not comply with his demand, other than “someone living within the park specifi cally chooses to call the Quartzsite Police Department for assistance.” Jeff Gilbert said, “The Quartzsite Police Department works very hard, especially during the summer months, to conduct pro-active patrols of the Town area in an effort to deter burglaries, drug dealings and other criminal activity.” “I would like all the other residents of the property, and the Town, to know that if they need police assistance, we will be there, aslo if we suspect criminal activity on the property or have any other lawful reason to be on the property.” Gilbert states, “Please be rest assured the Quartzsite Police Department is In response, Quartzsite Police Chief M�� 5, 2010 here to serve the entire community for law enforcement services, and that we will provide our service and protection without any bias to the residents.” Senior Center happenings Fridays at 10 am, we will be providing space for sewing, crafts and whatever your hobby is. We have donated mate- rial to make quilts for the children’s library and the crisis center, also cool collars for the troops. We will be doing this all summer so get out of the heat and join us on Friday mornings at the Quartzsite Senior Center. Join us for lunch Monday through Fri- cool air, we have daily WiFi, cards and numerous games available so get your group together and come on down. Cof- fee, tea and water is ready at all time. The Junky Junction Yard Sale will hap- pen every other month. The next Junky Junction will take place on Friday and Saturday, June 4-5 7am to 1 pm. Then on August 6-7 7am to 1 pm there will be more opportunities for sales. Painting rocks leading up to Rockin’ in Quartzsite will take place every Monday morning 9-11. Stay for our delicious lunch. We also need volunteers to help with dishwashing, sweeping, cleaning, and serving. We will be open all summer, so stop in for some fun times! HHERB’S Serving Quartzsite since 1974! Your Local Hardware Store! 240 N. Central (Hwy. 95) Quartzsite Lumber, Fasteners, Guitar Strings & Picks Plumbing, Electrical, RV Supplies, SUMMER HOURS: Mon. - Sat. 7a.m. - 1p.m. Closed Sunday 928-927-6587 day at noon sharp. Suggested donation of $2. Reserve your space by signing in the day before. Stop by and spent some time in the ARDWARE

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