Desert Messenger

July 7, 2010

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JULY 7, 2010 ���.D�����M��������.��� Quartzsite Country Bash planned for Sat. October 2nd Sponsors needed “I am not from Nashville...I am from Arizona!” National Touring Artist Harry Luge will be performing in Quartzsite to help raise money for the Quartzsite Activity Center (QAC). This exciting event is family friend- ly, affordable and will help to foster positive community spirit. The event is scheduled for Sat., Oc- tober 2nd and will take place at the Quartzsite Town Park. QAC will be hosting a dinner with dancing and live music to follow. Harry Luge is the ever-consummate singer/songwriter with deep and proud roots in the Arizona desert. He’s a well-known performer from the “Country Thunder” Festival circuit from Southwest to Midwest. He’s experienced beyond his 32 years and his non-stop creative personality translates to high energy live perfor- mances on some of the largest stages in the Country Music industry. A na- tive of Queen Creek, Arizona, Harry worked in the family business, a large part of which was a local club called “Roosters”; a name synonymous with Harry Luge and his father and grand- father before him. QAC is looking for sponsors to help with the execution of this event and is currently in the process of raising the money to offset Harry Luge’s fee and event incidentals. A $50 minimal sponsorship will fa- cilitate your name or business being listed on the Quartzsite Country Bash website with a link to your website. With a sponsorship of $100 or more you will be given two tickets to the event as well as a CD of Harry Luge and his band plus the above. Your sponsorship of $250 or more will earn your name printed on 300 event t-shirts available for purchase by the public plus the above. With a sponsorship of $500 or more you will be given a table inside the event to promote your business or or- ganization, or we can hang a banner provided by you inside the event plus all the above! Donations are being accepted at Horizon Community Bank under “Quartzsite Country Bash” or you can visit the website at www.quartzsite- Your sponsorship (donations) may be tax deductible! In his recently released song “Roost- er”, it’s still deeply clear that while he’s completely at ease on the big stage with top acts, there’s still no place like home. This is Harry Luge and what he brings to Country Music. A genu- ine storyteller that literally can shake songs out of his sleeve (with some real “believe it or not” moments in his life DENTURES $350 Full Set • 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 and music); truth, life and the “hook”. After producing three CD’s in his twenties and paving countless mile on tour throughout the USA and Canada, Harry is digging down to his roots of writing for the simple purpose of let- ting the songs write themselves. As the world grows increasingly complex and people are more divided than ever, Harry’s music is most relevant when one hears a simplicity that transcends the transient, reaches across political lines and reaches deep inside each lis- tener with stories relating to family, sense of place, personal growth and everyday life. As a result, Harry’s pop- ularity is a well developed institution throughout Arizona. Part of Harry is his music; another, his stage show; yet your experience is only complete when you’ve come to know him personally- and he is per- haps the most accessible artist in the business today. Today, Harry Luge has a new, youthful band built from the top talent in Arizona. For more information visit the web- site: AMERICAN CUSTOM TIRE INC. Auto - Light Truck - Commercial - AG - Earthmover New, Used and Retread 23 Hour Commercial Service Est. in 1972 ✶ Motorhome Specialists ✶ (928) 927-6382 Blue Building Across from McDonalds on West Main St. Road Service Interstate Batteries Lube, Oil and Filter P��� 7 Coffee with Cops Wed. July 7 - 8am continues through the summer Quartzsite Police Department invites you to Town Hall for Coffee with Cops on Wed. July 7th from 8am-9am. ...and donuts, too! Join them the first Wednesday of each month! Here’s your chance to bring your questions and concerns to the Quartzsite Police Department. For more information: 928-927-4644. Brenda Jams all summer! Brenda RV Park Jams all summer BRENDA- Brenda RV Park will con- tinue to hold music jams throughout the summer. The jams will be held on Thursdays at 7pm. Acoustic or elec- tric, country or gospel all welcome. Keep the music alive and join the fun at Brenda RV Park in Brenda! Second-hand smoke kills 53,000 people a year. It’s no longer a business issue; it’s a public emergency. LIVE SMOKE-FREE Report Smoke-Free Arizona violations anonymously at or call 928-669-5912.

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