Desert Messenger

February 2, 2011

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F������� 2, 2011  CENTENNIAL FROM PAGE 1 Later on Sunday, February 13th, will be the Legends of Country Music Concert featuring Larry King and his band. Arizona’s #1 Country Concert is a fundraiser for the AZ Centennial and will be held at the QIA at 7pm. Advance tickets are only $15, and can be purchased at Town Hall, Quartzsite Business Chamber, and Main St. Eat- ery. On Monday, Feb. 14th, the 99th Birthday of Arizona becoming a state, the Quartzsite Rotary will host a One Year and Counting Birthday Cake So- cial at Town Hall from 11-4pm. Stop by for good old fashioned social “net- working”. There will be a raffl e for a special afghan also. Check out some of the fashions of the era and enjoy the day of the heart with your sweetie with sweet treats at Town Hall. Funds raised from these events ben- efi t the Arizona Centennial of Quartz- site Lasting Legacy Project. Souvenior hats and bags are also available for purchase at events and at Main Street Eatery. For more information on local events planned throughout the year, visit http://QuartzsiteAZCentennial. For more information on the state events for the celebration, visit the state’s website at ���.D�����M��������.���  ATV PARADE FROM PAGE 1 The theme for the parade is “Arizona Days”. Awards will presented at the Park. At the ATV parade there will be sign ups for guided trips into the Desert on the following day Sunday, February 13th. The Arizona Sunriders ATV Club will be hosting rides scheduled for Be- ginner, Intermediate, and Experienced riders. They will try to accommodate as many riders as possible. Interested folks can sign up at the park after the parade. There will also be rides for kids UTV after the parade. Permission slips will be available at the park. Please bring your own helmets (bicycle helmets will work). FOR USED RV‛s, 5th Wheel & Messenger Desert reaches 12,000+ readers in print! PLUS thousands online with the e-edition @ Distributed to over 90+ locations in Quartzsite and surrounding area! Deadline for next issue is FEB. 9th Call 541-218-2560 Email: C & B LOCK & KEY 33 YEARS EXPERIENCE 928-927-6589 Mobile Service Only Available Now TRANSPONDER AUTO KEYS (Electronic chip keys) Jeep, Chrysler, Ford Chevrolet, Toyota & many more! Betty Crenshaw, Owner Rain and newspapers: They just go together. WE’RE STILL THE ONE!NEWSPAPERS Desert Messenger Quartzsite’s FREE Community Paper serving Quartzsite since 2004 CASH Bumper Pull Trailers Call Steve 480-363-8025 AWC still a drug-free zone, in spite of new state law Yuma, Arizona – Much like the three state universities, Arizona Western College will also remain drug free, in spite of Proposition 203, which passed last November, regarding medical marijuana. Federal law prohibits possession and use of marijuana, and the penalty to schools that don’t enforce that could include loss of student aid. More than 68% of Arizona Western College students are currently on some sort of federal student aid. works in Quartzsite area! NEW! 12v TVS! ANTENNAS for FREE TV! Tyson Wells Center Space #5 • 121 W. Kuehn 302-531-6401 Defi nition of a P��� 35 Desert Messenger is distributed to over 90 locations in around Quartzsite! Plus now online at Plumbing? Call: Dennis Dole Got Water? Need GD Plumbing & Supply 928-580-1741 Licensed • Bonded• Insured K 37 ROC 2114 newspaper: a. the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher; “when it began to rain she covered her head with a newspaper”. CANCELLED

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