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December 1, 2010

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P��� 10 Thanksgiving food donations Special to Desert Messenger The past two weeks Covenant Lutheran Church has had an ongoing food drive receiving hundreds of dollars and cans of food. The first delivery of 300 food items was delivered on Tuesday, November 16, 2010. There was enough food to provide 30 local families with a Thanksgiving meal. The drive has continued and a second delivery was made on Tuesday, November 23, 2010. 61 more families will have been provided for plus much extra food to help with future needs. Between the congregation members of the church Rainbow Acres residents, private donors and the following businesses: Royce & Sam Groceries, LaCasa Del Rancho, K & B Tools, ���.D�����M��������.��� D������� 1, 2010 Town Hall Meeting Tues. Dec. 21, 3pm There is a Town Hall meeting planned for Tues. Dec. 21st at 3pm to be held at the Quartzsite Improvement Associa- tion (QIA). The public is invited to dis- cuss town issues with Quartzsite council members. Par Surgery, Sandy’s Apparel, Friendz Salon, Dr. Eric Clark, DDS, and The Grubstake we were able to raise $800.00 in donations. All donated money was spent on food basket items and other groceries for the Quartzsite Food Bank. A big Thank You for everyone that took part and helped in this worthy cause. The joy of giving is only outweighed by the joy of knowing that everyone will have a Thanksgiving meal on their table. A very special thank you from Pastor Susan Schubert of Covenant Lutheran Church. It is a moderated meeting and questions should be submitted on cards, which will be provided. Arrive early...meeting will start on time. Members of Covenant Lutheran Church deliver bagged Thanksgiving meals to Quartzsite Food Bank. Above left to right: Gene Ross, Carol Kelley of Quartzsite Food Bank, Maggie Ross of Covenent Lutheran Church Alternative Therapies now in Quartzsite! ~ Reiki ~ Hypnosis ~ Ear Candling Barbara Lancaster, R.N., C.H.T., R.M.T. Mary Kay Consultant Nutritional Products Available 255 N. Central Blvd. Palm Plaza #8 928-927-5858 Quality RV ONSITE & IN-SHOP RV REPAIRS Ceramic Brick Propane Heaters! Single-brick and 2-brick BLU FLAME HEATERS, TOO! COMPLETE PARTS DEPARTMENT 928-927-3490 12 YEARS IN QUARTZSITE! The Pet Patio ~ Ray & Verna Maurer Come by and visit our booth located at Tyson Wells Space 21 Full line of nylon products and comfort harnesses, fleece coats, dog boots, doggles, etc. 661-428-3499 or 206-890-1696 Generator Repair 70 W. Main St. • Quartzsite • The BIG YELLOW BUILDING! JUST IN TIME FOR WINTER! RV Appliances Furnaces Install Hitches, Tow Bars Electrical Troubleshooting Propane Stoves Refrigerators A/C Systems Welding Plumbing INTERSTATE BATTERIES Deep Cycle ◆ ONAN ◆ GENERAC ◆ KOHLER ◆ PORTABLES FOR REPAIRS, CALL BOB 623-224-7655 CUSTOM MADE PET ACCESSORIES Deadline for Dec. 15th issue is WED. DEC. 8 - Email: 541-218-2560 www.Desert According to Wikipedia, “A town hall meeting is an informal public meeting. Everybody in a com- munity is invited to attend, voice their opinions, and hear the responses from public figures and elected officials about shared subjects of interest, al- though attendees rarely vote on an issue. In today’s heterogeneous com- munities with large populations, more often, town hall meetings are held so that people can influence elected of- ficials in their decision making or to give them a chance to feel that their voices are being heard.” WE’VE MOVED! “BIG YELLOW on Main”

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