Desert Messenger

January 19, 2011

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P��� 8 WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP TEA JAN 19 9:00-11:30am at the Little Church of Around Town Hope Hope, AZ . Women’s Fellowship Tea. (Speaker) Opal Erickson ALAA MEETS JAN. 19 The American Lands Access Associa- tion (A.L.A.A) will hold an open meet- ing on Wednesday morning, January ���.D�����M��������.��� 19th between 9:00 and 12:00 at the Senior Center in Quartzsite, Arizona. This meeting should be of interest to all rockhounds and to anyone who recre- ates on and uses public lands. The pur- pose of this meeting is for outreach to rockhounds and the public at Quartz- site; to let them know about ALAA and what we do. It is to let Rockhounds and the public know the legislative and regulatory challenges and issues facing all of us and how they can and Alternative Therapies Barbara Lancaster, R.N., C.H.T., R.M.T. ~ Reiki ~ Hypnosis ~ Ear Candling ~ Mary Kay Consultant ~ Nutritional Products Relaxation Therapy by Lois Hot Rock, Swedish & Deep Tissue Massage • 928-273-8348 255 N. CENTRAL BLVD. PALM PLAZA #8, QUARTZSITE 928-927-5858 ARIZONA WESTCOAST REALTY 928-916-4222, Cell 928-927-8900, Offi ce 776 W. Desert Dr. 20’X40’ RV cover with Concrete Slab. Property is completely fenced. Corner lot with work- shop and storage shed with full bath and laundry connec- tions. Automatic drip system, 2 RV hookups. Room to build, park model, or just use your RV. $69,500. #38098 455 W. Main St. 1.09 acre par- cel w/3 homes & RV hookup. Two 1983 doublewide manufac- tured homes have 2 bedrooms, 2 bath. Frame built home is 1 bedroom, 1 bath. Property also has 20x80 alum. shop w/2 bay doors, town water, town sewer. Mature landscaping. Mexcian brick fence on 3 sides of prop- erty. Great buy! $225,000. 480 Paseo Grande: 2nd Model home in The Arroyos New Home Subdivision, 1,399 Sq. Ft. living space, 2 bedroom, 2 ½ baths, 2 car garage, covered patio, water system, all electric, many upgrades. Reduced!! $189,000 480 Pilgrim Lane. .33 Acres, South of city park, good loca- tion, city water, city sewer, un- der ground power. $69,000. #30817. 770 Mt. View Resort B-47: 14X40 2005 Park Model, comes fully furnished, 2 car ports, Mexican brick fence, fully brick patio great for par- ties, work shop, lots of extras must see. $106,000. #38103 450 N. Pilgrim Pl. .33 Acres, 2006 Park Model, town water, city sewer, under ground pow- er, great location, right down from the city park. New Price! $98,000. Make offer, owner will carry. #38013 735 W. Cowell St. .50 acre, 1,440 sq ft building built in 2002, currently being used as Cactus Curler Beauty Salon. Also 10X12 building which is rented. Great location for a up and coming business. COMMERCIAL $199,000. #38094 John Yackley, Broker BARBARA COWELL Realtor E-mail: 360 N. Plymouth Ave., Quartzsite • HOMES should be involved. For more informa- tion visit ANNUAL AUTHOR’S FAIR in January & February at Reader’s Oa- sis. Stop by and meet the author’s who travel and stay in the Quartzsite area. Authors contact Paul Winer at 928- 927-6551 for more intormation. QUARTZSITE COMMUNITY PREVENTION COALITION MEETS JAN. 20 The Quartzsite Community Preven- tion Coalition will meet on Thursday, Jan. 20th at 10am at the Fire Station. Please join us for our discussion of upcoming events and help in our fi ght against substance abuse. CRAFT SHOW FRI. JAN. 21 The Quartzsite Senior Citizen Center 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. Jan. 21, Feb. 18, and March 18. Hours are Fridays 9am to 1pm. For more in- formation visit the Quartzsite Senior Citizens Center, 40 Moon Mt. Ave. or call 928-927-6496. FRIDAY NIGHT DANCES JAN. 21 Looking for a fun place to meet your friends on Friday nights? tap your feet to good the night away? Please note: the 2 nights where dance location had to be changed due to the Senior Center preempting the dances with other events. The Travelers have chosen to move the location to the Split Rail RV Park for these 2 nights only. For the next several weeks, the Friday night dance schedule is as follows: 480 N. Idaho Ave. 2.43 Acres, Cousins Corner RV Park, (28) Large spaces, park owned 14 X 40 park model rental, lots of room to expand park. $325,000 #38104 810 W. Main St. Buy a his- torical piece of Quartzsite, right on Main St. The old Post Offi ce/Service Station which was in a movie a few years ago, a 2 bedroom, one bath adobe house, windmill, desert landscape. 1 acre. $385,000. Make offer. #38042 VACANT LAND 1425 N. Datig Ave..58 acres, 3 RV hookups with large shed, city water , septic sys- tem. $87,500. #38088 275A N. Targa East .43 acres, nice corner lot w/ma- ture trees, town water/sewer, power pedestal.$59,500. #38120 275B N. Targa East .36 acres. Lot has town wa- ter/sewer, power pedestal. $45,000. J������ 19, 2011 Jan. 21, Senior Center - “The Travelers” Jan. 28, Split Rail - “The Travelers” Feb. 04, Senior Center - “The Travelers” Feb. 11, Split Rail - “The Travelers” Feb. 18, Senior Center - “The Travelers” Feb. 25, Senior Center - “Railsplitters” Come one, come all; join the fun. You get 3 hrs of great music for only $3. Doors open @ 6:30; music starts @ 7 will be holding a Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, January 22nd from 7:30- 9:30am. The church is located at 5005 E. Mockingbird St., Quartzsite. Break- fast is $4 per person with sausage, eggs, juice and coffee or tea, and all you can eat pancakes! at the Q Check Shell Station, Sat. Jan. 22nd at 7pm. Cruise Night started dur- ing the summer and continues every other Saturday night for folks to gether and check out the classic and antique vehicles. There’s specials on hot dogs, drinks, and ice cream. Check out the cool vehicles and enjoy your neighbors and make new friends. SUNDAY DANCES JAN. 23 The Senior Center is hosting Sunday afternoon dances every Sunday in January and February at 2:00 p.m., until 4:30 p.m. Admission is $3 per person and refreshments are provided by the Senior Center. The band is new in town, calling themselves “On the Road Again”. They play country, old- ies, bluegrass and line dance music.  SEE AROUND TOWN ON PAGE 9 Quality RV BATTERIES• BATTERIES $22900 6 Volt AGM Group 24 AGM Group 27 AGM 6 Volt Deep Cycle $17900 $19500 $ 8800 Group 24 Deep Cycle $ 7000 Group 27 Deep Cycle $ 7700 T105 Trojan While supplies last 70 E. Main St. • Quartzsite • The BIG YELLOW BUILDING! A fee is imposed on the purchase of each new lead acid battery unless a used battery is returned where applicable. 928-927-3490 $12900 CRUISE IN SAT. JAN. 22 Join the fun for the next Cruise Night PANCAKE BREAKFAST JAN. 22 The Queen of Peace Catholic Church

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