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September 15, 2010

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P��� 8 party to celebrate Arizona 100th Birth- day! The fun begins on the weekend of Feb. 12, 2011 and continues through February 14, 2012. All organizations and clubs are in- Event Calendar Planning Meetings held by the Arizona Centennial Com- mittee of Quartzsite. The committee is inviting all organizations, clubs, in- dividuals, groups, schools, and busi- nesses to bring your calendars for the year. There will be two meetings, one in the morning and another in the eve- ning for those having to work during the day. The first meeting is on Tuesday, October 12th, 10am at Mountain Quail RV Park Recreation Hall. If you miss that one, there is an- other one planned for Monday, October 25th at 7pm (location to be announced). Quartzsite is planning a yearlong EVENT CALENDAR PLANNING MEETINGS Mark your calendars for the first ever ���.D�����M��������.��� and to have an accurate calendar to market. The committee has a wish list of new events, as well as adding to cur- rent planned events to make this a cel- ebration year to remember! This is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Don’t miss out on it! For more infor- mation, contact Michelle Lukkasson at 928-308-0011 or Shanana Rain Gold- en-Bear at 541-218-2560. tion Coalition will meet on Thursday, Sept. 16th at 4pm at the Fire Station. Please join us for our discussion of upcoming events and help in our fight against substance abuse. vited to participate by incorporating the Centennial in their events. The goal of this meeting is to help our signature events and organizations co- ordinate their events and bring any new events to the table. The commit- tee wants to know what events will be taking place in the upcoming year so there aren’t any scheduling conflicts ars’ Academy! The team won their first two games...not just won them, slaughtered the opposition! 68-0 and 65-0 were the scores! The Scholars’ Academy Football Team comes home this Friday night, Sept. 17th. Come out and support your local winning team! SCHWAN’S TRUCK IN TOWN OCT. 1 If you missed the Schwan’s truck in your neighborhood, don’t worry. Schwan’s driver, Lewis Farnsworth, LIGHTS IN QUARTZSITE SEPT. 17 Football is going strong at the Schol- SCHOLARS’ ACADEMY FRIDAY NIGHT QCPC MEETS THURS. SEPT.16 The Quartzsite Community Preven- will be in town each Saturday begin- ning on October 1st. Folks wanting to purchase Schwan’s delicious food can meet him at the Scholars’ Academy parking lot from noon to 1pm. For more information contact 928-580-9557. pening place! Delicious Lunches are served Monday through Friday, 12 noon sharp, with a suggested donation of only $2. Fridays at 10 am, we will be providing space for sewing, crafts and whatever your hobby is. We have donated ma- terial 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. Stop by and spent some time in the 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. •Art Guild - 1st & 3rd Thurs. 6:30 pm •Garden Club - 3rd Mondays at 4 pm •GFWC - every 4th Mondays at 7 pm •VFW Auxiliary - 3rd Tuesdays at 6:30 pm •WIC - 3rd Thursday at 9 am •Veterans Services - 3rd Tues. 9am-noon •Rock Painting - Mondays 9-11 am •AZ Centennial - 1st Thursday at 4 am •PNQ - every 2nd Thursday at 4 pm 40 Moon Mt. Quartzsite. 927-6496. Quartzsite Radio KBUX 94.3 FM • Quartzsite’s Favorite “CLASSIC HITS” • Local Information • Weather • 24 Hours Day / 7 Days Week! 928-927-5111 First locally-owned and operated music station in Quartzsite, Arizona. Proudly serving the communities of Quartzsite, Bouse, Brenda, Rainbow Acres, La Paz Valley and beyond, since 1988. 690 E. Main - Quartzsite (one block east of Family Dollar) 928-927-6551 Library? The Lost and Found is over- flowing. Come take a look. See if you can find something you lost in the last few years. The Quartzsite Library is open Mon- QUARTZSITE LIBRARY LOST & FOUND Have you ever lost anything at the SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS Saturday Breakfast Club is the hap- S�������� 15, 2010 “Woods” into beautiful art pieces. Once these golf clubs had seen in pres- tigious shops in the world. It takes her weeks to complete one of her ducks or whales. “I hope my small contribution to re- cycling brings a nostalgic smile and a glimmer of pride in something that was born with a challenge,” said Ross. tion at the corner of Hwy. 95 and Main Street for a fun filled night on Sat. Sept. 25th. Cruise Night started during the summer and continues every other Saturday night for folks to gather and check out the classic and antique ve- hicles. There’s specials on hot dogs, drinks and ice cream. Check out the cool vehicles and enjoy your neighbors and make new friends. has released their Craft Show schedule for the upcoming 2010/2011 season. The Craft shows are held the third Fri- day of each month throughout the sea- son from November through March. Plan ahead for the following dates: Nov. 19, Dec. 17, Jan. 21, Feb. 18, and March 18. Hours are Fridays 9am to 1pm. For more information visit the Quartzsite Senior Citizens Center, 40 Moon Mt. Ave. or call 928-927-6496. CLUB FAIR NOV. 4 The Quartzsite Business Chamber of day through Friday from 8-5pm. You’ll find lots of wonderful new book titles, DVDs, videos, and more! Check out the Quartzsite Library at Town Hall, 465 N. Plymouth Ave. Library recently, be sure to make a special trip to view Dinice Ross’ Wood Ducks and Whale Tales! Dinice is a lo- cal artist with talents in many different mediums of art. UNIQUE ART DISPLAY AT THE LIBRARY If you haven’t been to the Quartzsite Commerce is inviting all non-profit organizations and clubs to participate in the annual Club Fair which will be held this year on Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center on Moon Mountain Road in Quartz- site. 928-927-9321 and volunteers. Please help when ev- ery you can, in any way. Ever little bit helps. The food bank is open Tuesday and Thursday mornings, from 8-noon. The Quartzsite Food Bank is located on Moon Mt. just north of the Senior Center. READER’S OASIS BOOKS HELP QUARTZSITE FOOD BANK Our local food bank needs donations SENIOR CENTER CRAFT SHOWS The Quartzsite Senior Citizen Center CRUISE IN SAT. SEPT. 25 7PM Come on out to the Q-Check Shell Sta- Ross recycles weather-beaten

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