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April 6, 2011

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P��� 6 AWC REGISTRATION NEARS Quartzsite- It is almost time to register for Summer or Fall classes at Arizona Western College. Current students can register early through their online WebAdvisor account. Priority registration begins as follows: Students with 45+ credit hours: April 18, 2011 7:00 a.m. Every Tuesday 5:30-6:30 pm 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month 2:30-3:30 pm Refreshments Provided Located at: Alliance Church Fellowship Hall 665 W. Tyson, Quartzsite, AZ Open to the Community! Questions? Call Toll Free 1-888-854-5024 Life’s Most Important Journey” Main Street Trading Post INDIAN ARTIFACTS & JEWELRY Sterling Silver Jewelry 50% OFF! NEW! Rough Rock & Slabs! Huge Selection! INFANT THRU ADULT Beads Findings Horse Hair Pottery 1170 W. Main (across from Pilot) PO Box 4028, Quartzsite, AZ 85346 928-927-3200 • US Military trained w/ 30 plus years experience • Satisfaction Guaranteed! • Partials starting at $175 “Your Trusted Partner on Located at Parker Public Library 1000 Navajo Ave. Parker, Arizona (Enter right of main door by bike rack) Refreshments Provided OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY! Serving Quartzsite and Surrounding Areas Coping With Loss Adult Grief Support Coping With Loss Adult Grief Support ���.D�����M��������.��� Students with 30+ credit hours: April 20, 2011 7:00 a.m. Students with 15+ credit hours: April 25, 2011 7:00 a.m. All students: April 29, 2011 7:00 a.m. The following classes will be offered during the Summer session at AWC Quartzsite Learning Center: ENG 95 Basic Writing, ENG 100 Introduction to Composition, MAT 81 Beginning Algebra, MAT 122 Intermediate Algebra, PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy, REL 201 Comparative World Religions. There are also numerous online courses to choose from. The summer session classes begin on May 23rd. For help registering for classes stop by the Quartzsite Learning Center at 695 N. Kofa Avenue in Quartzsite. Questions? Call the center at (928) 927-8299. Quartzsite Student Run Radio Station! 91.7 FM KEQS Scholars’ Radio BOUSE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY Bouse- Mike Riddle gave a presenta- tion History of Swansea held on March 18, 2011. It, was sponsored by BOUSE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. It was very interesting, and we learned a lot of fascinating history about the ghost town close to Bouse, Arizona. Special thanks go out to Mike for giv- ing of his time and knowledge with such wonderful insight into our Ari- zona history. BOUSE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY April meeting schedule follows: April 1, 2011 - meeting topic was working on the “Bouse Residents Proj- ect”. The information will be stored in Bouse Public Library for all to see and use, when fi nished. April 15, 2011 – presentation by Carol Brown on “Finding the Ladies in Your Ancestry”. April 29, 2011 – Open meeting. Dis- cussion of fi ndings and brick walls we encounter while searching. All meetings are held in the Old Caf- eteria Building next to the Library in Bouse, Arizona from 10 am to noon. Visitors are always welcome, so come visit. The rest of this winter’s meetings are as follows: May 13 & 27, 2011 Summer meetings are as follows: June 10 July 8 Aug 12 MOBILE FOR SALE REDUCED! Quartzsite, furnished, large lot, 24’ x 12’ covered porch. Rent paid thru December 2011 Mountain Quail Mobile Home Park#34 $15,500 - Make offer! 928-927-5075 or 541-301-4303 DENTURES $350 Full Set QUARTZSITE SNOWBIRD SPECIAL: Same Day Dentures and 1 Hour Reline/Repairs!! Dental Laboratory Service Call: 623-444-4013 • Goodyear, AZ A���� 6, 2011 For more information contact: Bouse Genealogical Society PO Box 624 Bouse, AZ 85325-0624 or email: CELIA’S RAINBOW COOKBOOK NOW ON SALE Celia’s Rainbow Gardens is proud to announce that the new cookbook is now here and available for sale. All proceeds from the sales will ben- efi t the Gardens and help continue the work being done to keep it growing. The books are available at the Quartz- site Business Chamber of Commerce, Quartzsite General Store, and Reader’s Oasis Bookstore. They will be available wholesale to any business who wishes to carry them. The cookbook has over 220 pages of great recipes and lots of color pho- tos throughout. They are sellling for $15.00 each, with postage extra for out of town orders. For further informa- tion, please contact Joanne Winer at 928-927-6551. HOSPICE NEEDS VOLUNTEERS New Hope Hospice is seeking volun- teers in the following communities: Big River, Blythe, Bouse, Quartzsite and Salome. If you are interested con- tact Carmen Howard, 866-335-4673 (toll free) or 928-854-4200.

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