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January 15, 2014

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January 15, 2014 AA Meetings QUARTZSITE, AZ Don 907-440-6419 Gloria 316-617-1877 Mon., Thurs. & Sat. 5:30pm Local Survivors Group 375 Sunrise St. Wednesday & Friday 5:30pm No Name Group 103 Moon Mountain (Winter only) Monday & Wednesday 10am Keep It Simple Group 103 Moon Mountain (Winter only) Friday 10am 12 x 12 Book Study 103 Moon Mountain (Winter only) Sunday 3:30pm Potluck 4:30pm Discussion Meeting 103 Moon Mountain (Winter only) 6pm Book Study, QIA (Winter only) BRENDA, AZ Tuesday & Saturday 11am Black Rock RV Park (behind clubhouse) BOUSE, AZ Ted 308-383-7880, Russel 509-998-3301 Thursday 11am Bouse Boozers 27928 S. Evans 47 ROCKS FROM PAGE 22 such as a fusion crust, flow lines, and regmaglypts that form as it Places like dry lakebeds are also melts during flight through the good sites for locating meteorites. atmosphere. While these characMost iron meteorites can be found teristics may help to distinguish with a magnet and a metal detector. a meteorite from earth rocks, the Detectors made for prospecting for only sure-fire way to identify a megold nuggets are typically the best teorite is to have the metal content for meteorite hunting. Other tools analyzed under an electron microyou will want to have are a loupe or scope. If the metal content is a magnifier, a rock pick, and a shovel. nickel-iron composition, then the rock is definitely a meteorite. When looking for meteorites, there are certain characteristics that the For more information on meteorite prospector should consider. For identification, equipment and tools example, many, but not all, metefor hunting meteorites, books on orites are magnetic, however not meteorites, and locations of strewn all magnetic rocks are meteorites. fields near Quartzsite come to Meteorites are heavy and dense for Rocks In My Head, Space A37, at their size, compared to earth rocks Rice Ranch. of the same size, but not all heavy rocks are meteorites. Meteorites We also have a nice selection of have certain surface characteristics meteorites for sale as well as moldavite and tektites. We are open Desert Messenger from 10-5, 7 days a week, and online 24-7 at www.RocksInMyHead. com. Phone: 605-376-8754. ONLINE GARDENS FROM PAGE 19 peaceful and loving feeling they will get from being there. As for the Garden Angels--those are all the volunteers who have helped make this such a well-loved place for people to see what a community working together can achieve--it is filled with memories and lots of love and nurturing from them all. You will not always see the volunteers out there all the time, they come when they have the time to give, but there are also those behind the scenes whose help is so appreciated as well. It's all been a labor of love for all of us who give our hearts and helping hands to this project. For more information about the Celia's Rainbow Gardens, or to volunteer to help in any way, please contact me at 927-6551 or email at QUARTZSITE ROTARY'S 2ND ANNUAL BLACK & WHITE DINNER Email: Phone: 928-927-6111 "An Evening of Dinner and Friendship" at The Black Pearl Restaurant 7852 Riverside Dr., Parker, Arizona (Limited to 50 couples) February 15, 2014 Dress: Black & White, nice casual… okay 6:00 PM Meet & Greet (Cash Bar - gratis 'nibblies') 7:30 PM Dinner (Main Room) 9:00 PM (or so) Mingling, Raffle (Cash Bar) $50.00 Per Person - gratuities and tax INCLUDED Must RSVP and pay by Feb. 8th for final dinner count $17.00 tax ded. per ticket to benefit NHN and other programs EVERY person receives a Gift Bag along with one raffle ticket with our Thanks! Additional Raffle Tickets $5 each or 5 tickets for $20 RAFFLE: 32 in flat screen HDTV; a 10.1 inch ASUS Windows 8, 64GB Tablet; nice Jewelry Pieces, Local Businesses' Gift Certificates, many more! Le Menu 1st Course: Crisp Salad, Warm Bread 2nd Course / Entrée Choice of: 8 oz. Filet Mignon and 6 oz. Lobster Tail / Or Tropical Salmon with Mango Salsa Both Entrees served with Baked Potato and Vegetables du Jour 3rd Course / Dessert Choice of: Lush Key Lime Pie or Decadent Chocolate Cake Beverages / Coffee, Tea, Soda, Water included (Cash Bar Available) Quartzsite Rotary Club 27195 For Quartzsite Rotary's NHN (Neighbors Helping Neighbors and other Programs)

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