Desert Messenger

December 1, 2010

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P��� 6 You must look within for value, but must look beyond for perspective. - Denis Waitley Ironwood Accounting 225 Central Blvd North of Horizon Community Bank P O Box 4389 Quartzsite, AZ 85359 ACCOUNTING BOOKKEEPING NOTARY FAX / COPIES TAX – Business & Individual Email: SHIPPING Office/Fax: 928-927-8543 ���.D�����M��������.��� Brenda Craft Show Dec. 11 & Jan. 29 Brenda RV Resort in Brenda, AZ will host their semi-annual Craft Show on Saturday, December 11th, 2010. The show hours are 9AM to 1PM and the tables will be packed with hand-crafted items by local vendors from the Brenda, Quartzsite and Salome areas. The Brenda Chefs will be barbequing their delicious hamburgers again this year. Have them with cheese and smoth- ered with sautéed onions if you like. The famous Brenda root beer floats will also be available for an enticing treat. Mark your calendar now for the Janu- ary 29, 2011 Craft Show at Brenda and the fabulous Quilt Show on February 19, 2011. We’d love to see you there. If you’d like more information about the show, contact Karen Bright at 928- 927-5041 Art Guild News Next meeting, Thurs. Dec. 2nd Our meeting was once again at Ron and Jo Stoltz’s house. We had 11 members and we were painting to- gether on the painting of the Camel Stop building for the Arizona Centen- nial of Quartzsite. Dome Rock Moun- tain is now done and looks fantastic. We collected more dues from mem- bers. We decided to purchase white plastic tablecloths for our upcoming ART SHOW in Jan 28-29. So be sure to mark that date so you can come see our 3rd annual QUARTZSITE ART GUILD SHOW. We will also be looking into purchas- ing easels to display our paintings at the show. Also we are going to hire an art teacher to come to a future meeting to teach us some new art techniques in painting. Tina Moore brought some ceramic Q’s that she made for us to paint a scene for Christmas ornaments to be auctioned to raise money for the Cen- tennial. Nov 30 at 1:00pm we held meet- Blythe The Blythe Golf Course is located 5 miles Northwest of the City on the Mesa. It is surrounded by beautiful & serene mountain ranges. The Palo Verde Valley stretches below with the Colorado River embracing the valley floor. DECEMBER SPECIAL Golf Course Pro Shop 3480 Quail Run Road Blythe, CA 92225 Hours: Daylight to Dark Everyday of the Week (760) 922-7272 Golf Course $19 after 12 noon Play all you want! Includes a cart and green fee per player!* *expires Dec. 31, 2010 1-800-866-4165 WindScreen HeatShield FireGuard >> Your Grill Will Not Blow Out<< Aerodynamically Designed So Your Grill Cooks Hotter, Faster & Better Used By RVers, Tailgaters, Off Roaders, Tent Campers, Guides, Packers & Outfitters. Folds Flat For Storage Helps Protect Table Surface ”Custom” Sizes Available See Us At Prospectors Panorama... Kuehn St. & Hwy 95, Quartzsite, AZ Just South Of The I-10 Freeway ing for an open air painting session at Plymouth Rd, West side, down the street from the park. We painted an interesting tree with a large saguaro and mountains in the background. . Next regular art meeting will be at the Stoltz’s place on 555 Conner Lane. We should have more art boards to paint on thanks to Mark Goldberg for all his hard work in preparing these scenes. Call Carol Brainerd if you need info 928-927-7344 That’s December 2, at 6:30pm on Thursday. Come join us! Bring your brushes. D������� 1, 2010 Rotary’s Annual Christmas raffle underway Quartzsite Rotary’s 5th Annual Christmas Tree and Wreath raffle will be here soon. They’re asking for donations of a Christmas tree 18 to 48 inches tall, or a wreath 9 to 18 inches across, completely decorated in a theme of your choice depicting the Holiday season, your business or hobby interests. Please tightly secure all decorations and deliver to Town Hall now through December 11th. Please be sure to fill in a Donation card. Rotary members will be selling tickets at $5 each or 6 for $20. The winning tickets will be drawn the week of December 12th, 2010. ALL proceeds from this event are distributed in the community to help bring happiness to those less fortunate than we are. Rotary’s TV raffle tickets are $5 each or 6 for $20 and proceeds will support our Annual Scholarship Fund. These funds are awarded to a student who will be continuing their education after high school. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket for either fundraiser or need information regarding any of the events, Rotary Club members: Suzan Fonda – Horizon Community Bank, Barbara Cowell – Arizona WestCoast Realty, Violet Kiss, Andy Kiss, Doug Ross, Linda Ward, Police Chief Jeff Gilbert, Starr BearCat or Angie Masales will be able to assist you. You may also email your request to and visit us at QtzRotary on facebook.

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