Desert Messenger

April 6, 2011

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A���� 6, 2011 ���.D����� M��������.��� MOTHER-DAUGHTER SELF DEFENSE DUO TO THE RESCUE! QUARTZSITE, AZ- When it comes to personal safety, there is no substitute for training and knowledge. Self-defense is important for everyone to learn, and can save yourself and your belongings in an incident. Cathy Gregg and her daughter, Nicole Gallow, of Caution Unlimited brought their knowledge to female students at Scholars’ Academy Wednesday, March 30th. Quartzsite resident, Diana Fritz, of Quartzsite Cares, was in- spired to bring the team to Quartzsite and sought to raise the funds from the local community for the three-hour class. Over 50 students were sponsored at a cost of $47 for each student. Gregg’s company, Caution Unlimited LLC, offers self defense workshops tailored specifi cally to the female personality and strength level, teaching the skills to protect themselves when they are most vulnerable. “The most important thing is to be alert and aware,” asserts IF YOU HAVEN’T BEEN TO AL’S YOU HAVEN’T BEEN TO QUARTZSITE! Famous Gourmet Pizza Daily Lunch Specials $ 575 • Full Service Bar Nightly Specials KARAOKE w/ Suzie Q Thurs. Fri. Sat. 7pm POOL TOURNAMENT Wed. 7pm 2 HAPPY HOURS: $1 DRAFT 175 W. Main St. 10am-noon & 3:30pm-5:30pm Kitchen Open 10am-10pm 928-927-5585 Serving Quartsite at Same Location for over 20 years! P��� 15 Gregg. “Personal safety is ultimately about rec- ognizing potentially dangerous situations so you can avoid them. And if avoidance is not possible, it’s about knowing how to handle those situations clearly and decisively to avoid becoming a victim.” Cathy Gregg’s work in self-defense instruction cov- ers many years, including 12 years as a self defense instructor at the East West Martial Arts Academy in Cortland, NY. Having earned three black belts, she taught Quartzsite young ladies the importance of develop- ing confi dence and empowerment so that women learn to use their minds, voices and bodies to de- fend themselves against aggression. For more info visit Fritz is organizing future classes and will be seeking donations from the community. There’s a Quartzsite Cares account at HCB if you wish to donate. For a full list of donors please see page 10 of this issue. For more information contact Diana Fritz at 928-916-0442. Palo Verde Cafe & Lounge Great American Food • OPEN 11AM - 7 DAILY! April 9th - 14th DRINK SPECIALS! FOOD SPECIALS! PRIME RIB SAT. 4-CLOSE 305 N. Central (Hwy. 95) 928-927-7676 MOUNTAIN - Daily Specials! - Homecooked Food! - Saturday Night Prime Rib! QUAIL CAFE CALL IN FOR TAKE OUT! HOURS:Closed Mondays Open 7am - 7pm MEXICAN AND AMERICAN FOOD Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner 1099 W. MAIN ST. Quartzsite DAILY SPECIALS! CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED! BIG SCREEN TVS! MARGARITAS - PINA COLADAS - BEER Friday - Fish & Chips Open 7am - 8pm Daily Take Out Orders: 928-927-6282 Gift Shop & Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch NO GIMMICKS! Just Great Food! 60 W. Main Street, Quartzsite (next to the Post Office) 928-927-4000 OPEN 7 am to 2 pm 490 N. Moon Mt. Rd., Quartzsite (corner of Moon Mt. & Quail Trail) EASY TO FIND: Quail Trail X N B-10, Main St. 928-927-8890 Moon Mountain Rd. Hwy. 95, N. Central

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