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December 15, 2021

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December 15, 2021 31 31 Quartzsite Salvation Army SANTA Event SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2021 9:00am to 1:00pm PICTURES with Santa & Mrs. Claus with Assorted Toy Gifts from Santa's Elves We are asking that parents drive to this event, STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE, wait until Santa's Elves ask you to get out and then children can come sit in front of Santa's Workshop "window" for picture taking. Quartzsite Police Explorers Post 928 and local Quartzsite Police Department will direct and assist with traffi c. Penny from Parents As Teachers will have activities for kids! Masks and social distancing protocols are being adhered to. 101 S. Moon Mountain Ave. 928-927-3636 As always, adults that want a picture can sit for picture, too. We are all big kids, aren't we? Gym equipment at Community Center Looking for a good workout while visiting Quartzsite? There is a won- derful selection of gym equipment at the Community Center at the Town Park, located at 295 Chan- dler St. The fee is only $1.00 per day. Hours are Monday-Thursday 6am-2:30pm & 5:30pm-6pm. Fri- day 6am-12:30pm & 5:30pm-6pm. There are treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical machines, a bow fl ex, all sorts of small weights, jump ropes, stair steppers, and elastic bands. Be sure to check the calendar of classes held at the Community Center listed on the front door. For more details on all the activities, call Town Hall at 928-927-4333. Thursday, December 2, 2021 Governor Doug Ducey, GOHS Director Alberto Gutier, Chiefs, Sheriffs, Agency Directors, Law Enforcement, Fire Depart- ments, and many agency Direc- tors and staff all came together at the Arizona State Capitol for the 2021 Holiday DUI Kickoff to keep our roadways safe this holiday season from impaired drivers. La Paz County Sheriff Ponce, Chief Deputy Gray, Chief Bai- ly, Chief Romo (not pictured) and Sgt. Tanakeyowma rep- resented La Paz County Law Enforcement Agencies at this annual event. Sheriff's Dept. & QPD together at State Capitol

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