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December 1, 2010

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P��� 14 Desert Messenger is now online @ ���.D�����M��������.��� Miss La Paz County Pageant contestants wanted Are you a talented young lady be- Paw Power Animal Shelter 3005 W. Dome Rock Rd. Quartzsite 928-916-0657 Open Tues & Wed 10-2. Thur. Fri. Sat. 12-4 closed Sun. & Mon. tween the ages of 17 and 24? Do you want to earn scholarship money as well as serve your community? Then the Miss La Paz County Scholarship Pageant is for you. Call Aryn Romo at 928-210-6057. The Miss La Paz County Pageant is part of the Miss America Organization. Miss La Paz County 2011 compete for Miss Arizona. Catholic Church Yard Sale Dec. 10-11 Annual Yard Sale Queen of Peace Catholic Church 5005 E. Mockingbird St., (off Riggles) Quartzsite Friday, Dec. 10, 8am – 4pm Saturday, Dec. 11 7:30 am -noon Baked goods available on Friday & Saturday. Pancake Breakfast on Sat- urday. Baked goods, crafts, clothing, misc. Something for everyone! D������� 1, 2010 Pancake Breakfast Sat. Dec. 11 Pancake Breakfast Queen of Peace Catholic Church 5005 E. Mockingbird St., (off Riggles) Quartzsite Saturday, December 11 is a pancake breakfast at the Catholic Church from 7:30am- 9:30am. The cost is $4 per person. Serving Sausage, eggs, and all-you-can- eat pancakes, juice, and coffee or tea. Help available for seniors! ARIZONA WESTCOAST REALTY Realtors: BARBARA COWELL 928-916-4222, CELL CAROLYN GUTHRIE 928-916-8469, CELL JOHN YACKLEY, BROKER 928-916-1195, Cell E-mail: 360 N. Plymouth Ave., Quartzsite • • 928-927-8900 Screening is available to the elderly, frail and disabled throughout La Paz County. Case management services are being offered by Catholic Community Services to determine eligibility for services of home-delivered meals for those that are homebound. Other services include housekeeping, personal care and respite. If interested in any of these services, please call the Aging and Disability Hotline at 1-800- 782-1886. 1/3 acre parcel with small park model and 2 additional RV hookups. Storage shed. Desert landscaping. Shade trees. Town water and sewer. Quiet area. $49,000. #8116. Furnished as shown, Turnkey home with guest home and additional RV hookup on slab. Garage. Storage shed. Uniquely landscaped with ma- ture trees. Completely fenced on 1 acre in a quiet area. Very well maintained. Asking $145,000. #8096. Turnkey Park Model with addition on corner lot. Covered patio. Util- ity Shed. Fruit Trees. Landscaped with auto- matic watering system. Mexican brick fence. Nice area. Motivated seller. $89,900. #8097. Looking to make money? This well operated Gro- cery Store has a 17% re- turn on your investment. Meat Counter with all the equipment. Video rentals. ATM machine. Post Office boxes. 5500 square foot building sits on 1.12 acres. Give us a call for more details. $575,000. #8063. NOW OPEN! IN VICKSBURG 56480 Hwy 60 (1/2 mile West of Vicksburg Rd.) Beautiful Santa Fe style 2 bedroom 2 ½ bath. Lots of upgrades. 2 car attached garage. Landscaped. You can’t build this house for what the seller is asking plus you own the lot. Asking $189,000. #8051 Park model with addi- tions. Covered deck. 10 RV hookups with 2 of them having owned trailers on them. Shop with bathroom. Laun- dry room, carport, landscaped with auto- matic sprinklers. Nice location on 1.41 acres. Lots of room. $148,000. #8095. 5 acre parcel between Brenda and Vicksburg. Gently sloping and out of the flood way. Legal access off Hwy. 60. Electricity runs along east property line. Open land to the west & north. Beautiful views, quiet. Owner will carry. Submit your terms and get into this property with a low down. $50,000. #8114. .36 surveyed level acre. Town water & sewer to the property. Under- ground electricity to the pedestal. Good buy at $45,000. Owner may carry. #8119. Mexican Restaurant & Cantina Open 11am-8pm Lunch & Dinner 928-859-3054

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