Desert Messenger

April 20, 2011

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P��� 10 COFFEE WITH COPS APRIL 6, 8AM Quartzsite Police Department invites Around Town you to Town Hall for “Coffee with Cops” on the fi rst Wednesday of each month from 8am-9am. ...and donuts, too! 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. BOOK SALE, APRIL 26 The Quartzsite Library is going to have Join Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gil- a book sale on Tuesday, April 26th, 2011. From 8am to 5pm. They have lots of new books plus lots of videos, DVD’s. at the Q Check Shell Station, Sat. April 30th at 6pm. Cruise Night started during the summer and continues ev- ery 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. CRUISE IN SAT. APRIL 30TH Join the fun for the next Cruise Night ���.D�����M��������.��� 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. at Town Park on Sunday, April 24th at 6:30am. Sponsored by Quartzsite Alli- ance Church. SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS Senior Center (928) 927-6496 40 Moon Mountain Ave. Quartzsite Come Join Us Mon-Fri, 9 to 3 Lunch Mon-Fri at Noon $3 Donation We would like to start a Wii Bowling League and would like to start a Wii Fitness Program Cards & Games available every day Jigsaw Puzzles & Books to trade 3rd Tues. VA 9:30 to Noon • Indoor Helicopter fl ying Wed & Fri. 9-11:30 AM EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE SUN. APRIL 24 Join in the Community sunrise service 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. dropped off during business hours. When shopping, just pick up a can or two extra to help others. AUDITIONS CALL QUARTZSITE- Local resident, Barbara Bow- man is starting a new Reparatory Theater in Quartzsite. The fi rst play is “The Red Lamp”, a slapstick, with lots of physical comedy. “The plays will all be fun, because I Donations are needed and can be The Quartzsite Food Bank is open A���� 20, 2011 PNQ THANKS YOU! Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite (PNQ) would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Kym Scott for his support of our organization and to the community as a whole. Mr. Scott allowed us the use of his building at Tyson Wells Showgrounds for our Annual “Rockin’ in Quartzsite” rock painting in our community. As a gesture of gratitude, we donated the fi rst Rock Art Piece to him, which he donated back to us, with the request that funds raised from the Rock Auc- tion be donated to the Parks & Recre- ation Dept. for playground equipment for the children. In turn, we wish to thank Dean Tay- don’t think you should go to theatre and have tragedy…we have enough of that,” Bowman said. “I’ve been in theatre for- ever and I think a live theater here will give the kids something to do in the sum- mer time”. WANTED: ACTORS, AGE 16+ UP: 3 males + 1 stand-in 2 females + stand in. The script is easy to learn. Actors will •Art Guild- 1st & 3rd Thurs. 6:30 PM •GFWC - Every 4th Mon. 7PM •VFW Auxiliary- 3rd Tues. 6:30PM •WIC- 3rd Thurs. 9AM EASTER EGG HUNT SAT. APRIL 23 The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 23 at Town •Veterans Services- 3rd Tues. 9:30-Noon •Painting- Every Thurs. 9-11 AM •Sewing Craft- Every Thurs. 9-11 AM •AZ Centennial- 1st Thurs. 4PM •PNQ- Every 2nd Thurs. 4PM 928-927-6496 FOOD BANK 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 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. 10-5 928-927-5958 be playing parts of ages 20 years & up. Bowman will audition from 16 years and older. Come join the fun! The plays will be fundraisers for local organizations and charities. Bowman is looking for props for the fi rst production of 1930’s era clothing, furniture, a win- dow, tables, chairs, couch, drapes, etc. If you are interested in donating or act- ing, please contact Barbara Bowman to help. Feel free to leave Bowman a mes- sage at 602-349-2012. lor, for his generous purchase of this Rock Art of $300. And with that, we are donating $300 to the Town of Quartzsite per Mr. Scott’s request. PNQ is also donating $375 to 15 Quartzsite Elementary Art Students to be the seed money for their young en- trepreneur Art Program. Students will be able to open savings accounts at HCB with the funds. Thank you to Pa- tricia Anderson and QES PTA/Susan Cushman for the purchase of the Rock Art Pieces, who donated them back to the Childrens’ Library and QES. Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite is es- tablished to help provide benefi ts to local charities and non-profi t organi- zations by promoting the community of Quartzsite, and surrounding areas, through quality local celebrations! Our mission is to partner together 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” “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 for a better community with business- es, organizations, residents and visi- tors, to celebrate southwest Arizona by providing events and opportunities unique to the area. Our motto is, “A Community that plays together, stays together!” We have been able to donate back to the organizations that helped us with the “Rockin’ in Quartzsite” events a to- tal of $1577.85. (just in our fi rst year) Thank you again, to the Town, Business- es, Organizations, Residents and Visitors who have made all of this possible in “The Rock Capital of the World”! Shanana Rain Golden-Bear, President Angie Masales, Treasurer Mark Goldberg, Secretary Second-hand smoke kills 53,000 people a year. It’s no longer a business issue; it’s a public emergency. LIVE SMOKE-FREE Report Smoke-Free Arizona violations anonymously at or call 928-669-5912.

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