Desert Messenger

February 6, 2013

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Page 42 Rainbow Acres Tourney #6 Quartzsite - Even the threat of rain couldn't keep the golfers away from Rainbow Acres on Thursday morning, Jan. 24. Twenty-two old and some new friends gathered to play a closely contested tournament. Three teams tied for first place after shooting 38's. Those teams having the low scores for the day were Richard Webb & Bud Key, Debi Jensen & Pete Lilly, and Brad Romaine & Con Smith. The next best score was a 39 shot by Bill Toner & Cletus Winkler who finished in 4th place. There were several holes-in-one during the rounds. Bud Key had one on hole #16, Pete Lilly on #17, Brad Romaine on #10, Bill Toner and Joe DelaRosa on #9. The longest Front Row: Russ Leininger, Debi Jensen, Joe DelaRosa, Richard drive for men was won by Russ Leininger Webb, Brad Romaine. Back Row: Pete Lilly, Con Smith, Bud Key, Cletus while Debi Jensen had the longest drive for Winkler, Bill Toner, and John Fullmer women. The closest to the pin for men was John Fullmer while Debi Jensen had the closest to the pin for women. Our next tour- Don't forget to sign up for the 16th annual Quartzsite Masters to be held nament will be Feb. 21 with tee-off at 10:00. Feb. 16. Sign up at VFW Post 769, Quartzsite Yacht Club, or Silly Al's. AWC Personal Enrichment classes Quartzsite - Personal Enrichment Classes Available at Arizona Western College Quartzsite –January, February and March Arizona Western College (AWC) in Quartzsite will host personal enrichment courses in the months of January, February and March. Featured courses include Painting, Movement Meditation, Jewelry Making, Native American Beadwork, Gemstone Carving, Bookmaking, and an Introductory to Basic Computers. Art I - Painting- The Painting class is designed for students of any experience level who would like to have classroom time to work on and complete new projects of their choosing, or continue works-in-progress. Students may work in any one of three media of their choosing: Oil paint, Acrylic paint, or Watercolor paint. The instructor is available for individual assistance to students on techniques and technical issues related to their projects. Questions or techniques which have a broad benefit to the class will be discussed with interested students as a group. Thursdays, February 7-February 28, 2013, and March 7-March 28, 2013. 6pm-8pm. $40 Movement Meditation- Introduction and practice to meditation including still and movement techniques. As you practice the techniques of meditation you will discover the benefits to overall wellbeing and health. Monday, February 25-March 25, 2013. 9:30am11:00am. $40 Jewelry Making- Participants will learn basic jewelry techniques for creating earrings, bracelets, and necklaces for men, children and women. Students provide their own supplies and will need to purchase a standard jewelry making kit, beads and/or stones. Tuesday, January 29, 2013, or Tuesday, February 19, 2013. 9am3pm. $29 Native American Beadwork - Learn various styles of Native American beadwork methods from lazy-stitch, applique, loom-work to peyote stitch. Students will be able to pick a project of focus including hair barrettes, moccasins, belt, headband, or coin purse. Wednesday, January 23, 2013, or Wednesday, February 20, 2013. 9am3pm. $29 Bookmaking- Discover the history of bookmaking. Learn to create and produce your own book using techniques shared within the workshop. Supplies may be purchased directly from the instructor for $15-20 fee. Tuesday, February 12-March 5, 2013. 10am12pm. $40 Gemstone Carving- Participants will learn to use the power tool set to carve gemstone jewelry. Advanced students will learn and develop the skills necessary to create more complex designs. Workshop is geared towards both beginning and advanced level individuals. Students shall be provided with the use of supplies for an additional cost of $5. Tuesday, February 19, 2013. 9am-4pm. $60 Basic Computers- This course introduces the fundamentals of basic computer operations so you can plug it in, turn it on and have fun. Also receive introduction into Windows 7. The class is stress free and will make you glad you've joined the digital generation. Tuesday & Thursday, February 5-February 28, 2013, or Tuesday & Thursday, March 5-March 28, 2013. 1:40pm-2:40pm. $40 Register Today! It's never too early to sign up for courses. AWC Quartzsite, 695 N Kofa Ave. Call 928-927-8299 February 6, 2013 MUSIC JAM SCHEDULE Quartzsite, Brenda, La Paz Valley Sunday 1:00pm Split Rail RV Park 1:30pm Wagons West RV Park, Brenda 6pm Mountain Quail #1 50's, 60's rock n' roll 6pm Black Rock RV Park, Brenda 6:30pm. Gold Star Gospel Acoustic Monday 1pm. Desert Edge RV Park 6:30pm Alliance Church, Gospel Jam 6:30pm. Arizona Sun RV Resort 6:30pm Ramlin Roads, Hope Tuesday 1pm La Posa South, bring chair 1pm Brenda RV Park, Brenda 1pm. Crawford's RV 1pm Kofa Mt. RV 7pm. Desert Gold, Brenda, Gospel Wednesday 1pm Gold Star, Acoustic 1pm Mountain Quail RV #1 Classic Country 6:30pm. Holiday Palms, Country Jam 6:30pm. Scenic Road RV Acoustic Thursday 1pm, Scenic Road RV, Acoustic 7pm. Brenda RV Park, Gospel 7pm. QIA, Show $1 donation Friday 1pm. Holiday Palms, Big Band 1pm Gateway RV Park, Brenda 1:30pm Burrwood RV Park, La Paz Valley 6:30pm JR's RV Park 6:30pm Split Rail RV Park Saturday 1 pm Desert Gold RV Park, Brenda, Country 1pm Brenda RV Park, Brenda Accoustic 1pm Park Place Accoustic only, please. Starts Jan. 5th. Is your favorite jam listed correctly? Contact Rain at

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