Desert Messenger

April 6, 2011

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P��� 10 Around Town COFFEE WITH COPS APRIL 6, 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 cer````s on the fi rst Wednesday of each month! Here’s your chance to bring your ques- tions and concerns to the Quartzsite Police Department. For more informa- tion call the station at 928-927-4644. RIBBON CUTTING SAT. APRIL 9, 10AM There will be an open house and rib- bon cutting ceremony by the Quartz- site Business Chamber of Commerce held on Saturday, April 9 at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to some and see the new store and meet the volun- teers. The store is located behind Silly Al’s Pizza off W. Main St. FREE MOVIE NIGHT, SAT. APRIL 16 There will be another free Movie Night for the community on Saturday, April 16th at Town Hall. The movie starts at 7pm. This month’s movie is “Cat Ballou”, a 1965 comedy, rated G. Lee Marvin, riding his inebriated palo- mino, won an Academy Award as Best Actor of the year for his performance as the drunkest gunfi ghter in the West, one of the few times in the long history of the coveted Oscars that a comic role was so honored. There will be conses- sions available. CRUISE IN SAT. APRIL 16 Join the fun for the next Cruise Night at the Q Check Shell Station, Sat. April 16th at 6pm. Cruise Night started dur- ing the summer and continues every other Saturday night for folks to gether and check out the classic and antique vehicles. There’s specials on hot dogs, drinks, and ice cream. Check out the cool vehicles and enjoy your neighbors and make new friends. EASTER EGG HUNT SAT. APRIL 23 The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 23 at Town Park. This will be the second year the town has sponsored with generous donations from Kym Scott of Tyson Wells Showgrounds. The Hunt starts at 9am. If you would like to donate candy fi lled eggs, please drop them off at Town Hall by Friday, April 22nd. CLUB SCHEDULE AT SENIOR CENTER •Art Guild- 1st & 3rd Thurs. 6:30 PM •AZ Sunriders- 2nd Mon. 10AM •GFWC - Every 4th Mon. 7PM •VFW Auxiliary- 3rd Tues. 6:30PM Now Open in Quartzsite! WiGo Communication Computer Sales & Accessories Computer Repair Center Cell Phone Service Provider & Accessories 395 N. Central Blvd. Wireless, Keyboards, USB Cords, Data Storage, Routers, Switches, More! Open Mon-Fri. 10-5 DERMATOLOGY NOW OPEN IN QUARTZSITE! Mohs Surgery Surgical Treatment of Skin Cancer 375 N. Joshua Ave. Quartzsite, AZ 85346 Dr. Gerardo C. Brual,M.D. Jocelyn Ramos NP-C 928-916-7898 Open Mon.-Fri. Sat. by appt. 735 W. Cowell, Quartzsite 928-927-5958 ���.D�����M��������.��� •WIC- 3rd Thurs. 9AM •Veterans Services- 3rd Tues. 9-Noon •Painting- Every Thurs. 9-11 AM •Sewing Craft- Every Thurs. 9-11 AM •AZ Centennial- 1st Thurs. 4PM •PNQ- Every 2nd Thurs. 4PM LUNCH- Every Weekday at NOON/ A Three Dollar donation requested. Cards Every Weekday after LUNCH We Have games and Wii come and Join us. 40 Moon MT. Quartzsite 9j27-6496 GARDEN CLUB meets the 3rd Monday of each month at the Quartzsite Library 4:15 pm. FOOD BANK The Quartzsite Food Bank is open Tues. and Thurs. from 8am –noon. The food bank is located on Moon Moun- tain, just north of the Senior Center Must have AZ ID and be from La Paz County to meet the income require- ments. Donations are needed and can be dropped off during business hours. When shopping, just pick up a can or two extra to help others. Transportation Construction Pro- gram begins With One Voice: Yours Public hearings, website serves as venues for comment through June 3 PHOENIX - With limited funding and a need to identify the state’s top trans- portation priorities, the Arizona De- partment of Transportation is seeking public input on the Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program, a work plan outlining high- way, transit and aeronautic projects from 2012 to 2016. The Five-Year Program is developed by working closely with local planning organizations and community leaders to identify ready-to-construct or de- sign projects. A potential project goes through several levels of review to become part of the tentative program before being presented to the State Transportation Board for consider- ation. A���� 6, 2011 HUGE RESPONSE FROM LOCALS SUPPORTING YOUNG LADIES’ SELF DEFENSE CLASS Many thanks to the community for your support of our youth! A Fur Salon, Absolute Mechani- cal, A,-2-Da-Ber Concessions, American Custom Tire,, Ann & Jerry Requa, Best Mexican Res- taurant, Billie Fowler, Cactus Curlers, Carol Kelley, Carole Wilson, Casey Wilkinson, Cush- man Construction, Dale & Lin- da Brown, Daniel’s Best Jerky, Dennis Osburn, Desert Gardens Sales, Desert Messenger, Dick & Cappi Whited, Don Richardson Excavating, D’s Produce, Gary Howell, Guy Loehnis, Hardies Beads & Jewelry, Herb’s Hard- ware, Herb’s Hardware Em- ployees, John & Mary Quandel, Karen Norris, KBUX Radio, Kool Kovers, Ladie’s Auxiliary VFW Post #769, Larry & Lynn Cushman, Linda Kusch, Mike & Judy Nacheff, Palo Verde Cafe, Quartzsite Fire Dept., Quartzsite Firefi ghters, Quartzsite General Store, Quartzsite Police Dept., Quiet Times, RV Lifestyles, Sandee & Dennis Wall, Silly Al’s Patrons, Snowbird Travel Park, The Grubstake, Tyson Wells Enterprises, Voltage Electric. There is an account for Quartz- site Cares at Horizon Commu- nity Bank. Beth Evans and Janna Richardson formerly of Desert Rose Salon Sandy, Sheryl, Judy and Debbie, we are pleased to have FULL SERVICE HAIR CARE Along with stylists Jo is also back for nails and pedicures. at Cactus Curlers Salon. 928-927-5400

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