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May 4, 2011

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P��� 10 COFFEE WITH COPS MAY 4, 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! Around Town 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- tions and concerns to the Quartzsite Police Department. For more informa- tion call the station at 928-927-4644. andy’s ayin’s “Do unto others S outhern tyle as you would have ‘em done to you!” “Don’t throw rocks into glass houses.... ya’ll will make a mess that ya gotta clean up!” Sponsored by Sandy Gilbert and Desert Messenger ���.D�����M��������.��� AWC YUMA CHOIR CONCERT, MAY 6 “Choral Eclectica”: Enjoy AWC’s Final Choir Concert of the Year! The Music Department of Arizona Western College would like to invite the community to their fi nal choir con- cert of the year, “Choral Eclectica.” The concert will feature music of Mozart, Faure, Saint-Saëns, Moses Hogan, Mack Wilberg, and much more. The Yuma Youth Choir, directed by Shirley C. Ehler, and the Chamber Singers and Yuma Chorale, directed by Brent Rog- ers will all perform in the concert. The concert takes place on Friday, May 6th at 7:00 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (16th St and 14th Ave). A $5 donation is requested. MAY 11 & 17 FREE POSTAL WORKSHOP, BLYTHE PO As small business owners in Blythe regularly review their budgets for cost control and search for new ways to ef- fectively advertise and save money at the same time, the U.S. Postal Service has introduced lower postage rates for advertisings. These new rates apply to simplifi ed mailings by using our Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) service. A few of the advantages of EDDM are: • No permit fees required • No account setup fees required • No trust fund accounts needed • No mailing address lists needed To assist businesses in Blythe “Grow” their business, the Blythe Postmaster is hosting free workshops to explain the new EDDM service that is now LAPTOP CLEANING AND OPTIMIZING “If I can’t fi x don’t pay!” Virus and Malware removal, plus protection and optimization. Keep your system clean and protected. Optimization allows more system effi ciency and speed. Call for appt. & rates today! Have fi ve cleanings get the sixth for free! Send a friend get $5.00 dollars cash or credit. Randall Strong • 928- 927-9139 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 available and how easy it is to use. Workshops will be held at the Blythe Post Offi ce on May 11 and May 17 at 10:45 a.m. Expect the workshop to last about one hour and seating is limited. Everyone interested in growing their business can RSVP to attend one of the workshops by calling the Blythe Post Offi ce at: (760) 921-2277. HEALTH FAIR, MAY 11 Wednesday, May 11, 7:30 - 11 am at LA PAZ REGIONAL HOSPITAL, Parker, in the former front lobby. “Advanced Technology in Your Neigh- borhood” There will be: FREE glucose and cholesterol testing (fasting required) FREE oximetry testing FREE blood pressures FREE bone densities FREE educational health information PSA Testing for $27.00 Educational information on testing Sponsored by La Paz Regional Hos- pital and Clinics (928) 669-9201 CRUISE-IN BBQ IN THE PARK SAT. MAY 14TH 4PM “Cruise in” to celebrate 1st Anniversary Organizers of the “Cruise Ins” that have become so popular over the past summer and winter are planning their 1st year anniversary celebration on Saturday, May 14 at the Town Park. The event is open to everyone to come out and see some great antique, vintage and classic vehicles and enjoy a great barbecue dinner at the same time. The dinner will include barbecue hamburgers or hot dogs, beans, potato or macaroni salad for a $5.00 dona- tion. All proceeds will help with the cruise ins expenses and door prizes for the coming months. Come on out and enjoy some great family fun!! There will also be a free raffl e and lots of things to see!! Anyone is welcome to bring out their classic vehicles to display them for everyone to see. The event starts at 4 p.m. M�� 4, 2011 COMMUNITY FUN DAY MAY 28TH AZ Centennial presents a Community Fun Day at the Park on Sat. May 28th. Barbecue food, vendors, music, games, beer garden, water fun, penny auction, and more. Bring your chairs or blan- kets for a family fun day at the park, at the football fi eld. Vendors wanted! Contact Monica at 928-916-4120. ZUMBA RETURNS TO AWC! Yes, Zumba will continue through the summer months! Parker instruc- tor, Kathy Ocampo, will be our Zumba leader through the summer semester. The class begins Tuesday, May 3rd and will meet every Tuesday and Thurs- day from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. If you are a new comer to Zumba, it is a dance exercise class that allows people of all fi tness levels to have fun while getting healthy. Another popular class that we have scheduled for an additional run is Pi- ano Keyboarding with Lisa DeHaven. This class is scheduled to run from May 2nd to June 13th. It will meet ev- ery Monday (except for Memorial Day) from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Students will need to purchase a keyboarding book, but keyboards are available for use at the college. Please call for more informa- tion or stop by to register now – 695 N. Kofa Avenue in Quartzsite. Thinking about going back to school? Need a career change? Would you like to enhance your work skills? Get started this summer. Registration for both summer and fall semesters opens for new students on May 2nd. Call now to make an appointment with an academic advisor, (928) 927-8299, or stop by and see us at 695 N. Kofa Ave. in Quartzsite. General Store Quartzsite FOR ALL YOUR GROCERY NEEDS! OPEN 7 DAYS 8AM-6PM SALES RUN THURS.-SAT. (NEW FLYER TUES.) 410 E. MAIN ST. Fresh Meats (retail & wholesale) 928-927-6310 A.P.S. Pay Station AZ Lottery & Pick Fish & Game Licenses Beer & Wine

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