Desert Messenger

February 16, 2011

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F������� 16, 2011  CON’T FROM PAGE 8 Around Town - “Stood Up at the Laundromat” writ- ten in Port Angeles, Washington - “The Last of the Red Hot Hippies” written in Alamosa, Colorado - “Gypsy Jane Tells All” written in Quartzsite, Arizona - “I Felt Like I Was Dancing a Tom Robbin’s Novel” written in Prescott, Arizona PLUS! she’ll be giving each person a FREE copy of the Peace Pilgrim book- let “Steps toward Inner Peace.” MONROE CROSSING, FEB. 23 Coming to Desert Gold on Feb. 23rd at 7pm is Monroe Crossing. Celebrating their 11th year together, Monroe Crossing dazzles audiences with an electrifying blend of clas- sic bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, and heartfelt originals. Their airtight har- monies, razor sharp arrangements, and on-stage rapport make them au- dience favorites across the United States and Canada. They are members of the Minnesota Music Hall 0f Fame and have won or been nominated for numerous other awards. Reserved seats at a cost of $7.00 each are now on sale at Desert Gold Activities M-F 9am to Noon and at the Jams. QUARTZSITE CHILI COOK-OFF FEB. 26 So you think you can cook? Show off your favorite chili recipe at the Quartz- site Chili Cook-off on Saturday, Feb. 26th. Entry forms can be picked up ���.D�����M��������.��� at Main St. Laundromat and Eatery or call 928-308-0011. Rules, entry forms, and waiver can also be downloaded at will be holding a Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, February 26th 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! Feb.25: Washington 11:00 - 3:00pm DIABETIC SHOES Feb. 21: Casa Medical 10:30 - 1 Q MTN Home Owners Assoc: Feb. 17: : 2:00 pm QUILTERS: Every Tues., 9:00 - 3:00 pm CRAFT SHOW Feb 18, 9am-1pm COFFEE WITH COPS MARCH 2 8AM Quartzsite Police Department invites you to Town Hall for “Coffee with Cops” on the fi rst Wednesday of each month from 8am-9am. ...and donuts, too! Join Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gil- bert and Quartzsite Police offi cers on the fi rst Wednesday of each month! Here’s your chance to bring your ques- DANCES at the Senior Center: 18: Travelers 7:00 - 10:00 pm 20: On the Road Again 2-4:30 pm 22: Golden Oldies 6:30 - 9:00 pm 25: Railsplitters 7:00 - 10:00 pm 27: On the Road Again 2-4:30 pm TAX AID: Starting Feb 9 thru March 8 am to 2 pm every Wednesday & Thursday STATE POT LUCKS SENIOR CENTER SCHEDULED February 2011 PANCAKE BREAKFAST FEB.26 The Queen of Peace Catholic Church tions and concerns to the Quartzsite Police Department. For more informa- tion call the station at 928-927-4644. by Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite. Check out the rock art pieces around town and vote for your favorite! Auc- tion and other fun at the park at 1pm. DOG SHOW MARCH 12 2nd Annual “Just For Fun Dog Show” is March 12th 2011, In the town park at the football fi eld area. Ven- dors and food. A fun day at the park for you and your dog. Registrations T.B.A. Any vendor or organization that would like a booth please con- tact Patty Patton @ 928-916-0657 or TOWN WIDE YARD SALE MARCH 12-13 AZ Centennial and Desert Messenger sponsors the fi rst town wide yard sale on Sat. & Sun. March 12 & 13. To be list- ROCK AUCTION MARCH 5 2ND Annual Rock Auction sponsored P��� 9 ed FREE in the March 2nd issue of the Desert Messenger call 541-218-2560 or email desertmessenger7@yahoo. com by Feb. 23rd. THE DESERT SINGLES Come join the Desert Singles Fridays at 10am in the QIA Dining Room, Quartz- site. There’s trips, bonfi res, music, dancing, “have chuckwagon, will trav- el”. Contact Geraldine, 307-871-9149 Palm Plaza Laundromat (next to the bank) N. Hwy 95 5am - 9 (last load) pm CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN R/O Water and CAR VAC Jerky Store & Deli ❖ 2 EACH: BREAST, LEG, THIGH, WING or ❖ WHOLE ROTISERRIE CHICKEN Desert Laundry and Propane CREDIT CARDS accepted for PROPANE BEHIND JERKY STORE • EASY IN/OUT! 30 N. Central (Hwy. 95) Open 8-5 • 7 days/week 928-927-5655 THE HOTTEST DRYERS IN TOWN NEXT TO JERKY STORE * GOOD PARKING LAUNDRY OPEN 6AM .... LAST LOAD 7:30PM 30 N. CENTRAL (HWY. 95) 8 PC Fried CHICKEN! ❖ 4 LEGS & 4 THIGHS SANDWICHES Made to Order DELI SANDWICH with slaw $650 $550 Call ahead for Chicken and Ribs! 928-927-5655 $495 BEEF JERKY $ PULLED PORK $ B-B-QUE PORK RIBS FULL RACK or $599/lb1699 only $ 595 All jerky made in store! ALL FRESH! ALL SALADS HOMEMADE! ALL SMOKED MEATS MADE IN-HOUSE! Open daily 8-5 • 10-5 Sunday 928-927-5655 30 N. CENTRAL (HWY. 95) 600/4 OZ. BAG 4 BAGS /$22 The BEST Fried Chicken IN TOWN!

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