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November 16, 2022

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30 November 16, 2022 20 th Annual Quartzsite Christmas Light Parade Saturday, December 3, 2022 Free Entry! Quartzsite Chamber & Tourism 1200 W. Main St. P. O. Box 2099 Quartzsite, AZ 85346 928-927-5200 7:00 PM Free Entry! Quartzsite Chamber & Tourism 1200 W. Main St. P. O. Box 2099 This Year's Theme: HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS! Line up east of the Quartzsite Fire Station on E. Tyson St. STARTING AT 6:00PM. PARADE ROUTE will start on E. Tyson Street, turn south on N. Plymouth Ave., turn west on E. Quail Trail St. Parade will end AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER with Tree Lighting, Entertainment and Awards. Refreshments will be provided by Town of Quartzsite: Desserts, Coffee, Hot Apple Cider, Hot Cocoa Pick up an application at Quartzsite Chamber & Tourism Office or Town Hall or Download on our Facebook Page! Please fi ll out this form and return to Quartzsite Chamber & Tourism Offi ce, 1240 W. Main Street, Quartzsite, across from McDonald's. DEADLINE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH Drop off during regular business hours (Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 10am-2pm) or call 928-927-5200 for more info. Or Mail to PO Box 2099, Quartzsite, AZ 85346. Representing:_________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name:________________________________________________________________________ Day Time Phone:____________________________ Evening Phone:_____________________________ Mailing Address:_______________________________________________________________________ Description for Announcer:______________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ I/we apply for entry in the Christmas Parade at our own risk and agree that any loss or damage in- curred from any cause to the property and/or person(s) which are entered will be my/our respon- sibility and therefore no claim will be made against the Quartzsite Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, Town of Quartzsite, County of La Paz or State of Arizona. I/we further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the sponsors for any person, all injury or property damage arising from an acci- dent occasioned by employee or entry of mine. I/we are responsible for insuring parental consent for anyone under the age of 18. □ I acknowledge having received and read the Parade rules. Signature:_______________________________________________ Print Name:______________________________________________ Date: __________________________________ CATEGORY: __________________________ Christmas Light Parade 2022 entry form ENTRY FORM Don't dump at the wood chipper Quartzsite Police Dept reminds the public about abusing the wood chipper. The woodchipper located behind the Waste/Water Treatment Plant should only be used for dumping tree trimmings and other discard- ed vegetation. Illegal dumping of trash, building/construction mate- rial, concrete, and other debris are prohibited. BLM [Bureau of Land Management] has graciously al- lowed us to utilize this land to dis- pose of discarded vegetation. Continuous dumping of prohibited materials will result in the closure of the woodchipper. Please take all other debris and trash to the local or county landfi ll for proper dispos- al. Illegal dumping could result in a fi ne of $500 dollars and/or 30 days in jail. If you have any questions contact QPD at 928-927-6444. Littering is not only unsightly, it can cause environmental and health problems. Cigarette butts, for ex- ample, contain toxic chemicals that can end up in storm drains and con- taminate our water systems. Trash and other items falling from unse- cured loads can cause serious traffi c accidents. According to Arizona law, "A person shall not drive or move a vehicle on a highway unless the vehicle is con- structed or loaded in a manner to prevent any of its load from drop- ping, sifting, leaking or otherwise escaping from the vehicle." (A.R.S. 28-1098.A). According to the Arizona Depart- ment of Public Safety, violators could be charged with a class two misdemeanor and the fi nes, plus court costs, can range from $460 to well over $1,000, depending on injuries. Keep Quartzsite beautiful

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