Desert Messenger

July 6, 2011

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J��� 6, 2011 QUARTZSITE, AZ -Quartzsite Communi- ty Thrift Store is now on new summer hours. The Quartzsite Community Thrift Store has been open since Feb- ruary at 177 W. Main St. in Quartzsite. They are now on summer hours, and are only open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until fall. They will be open Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. due to the heat THRIFT STORE NOW ON SUMMER HOURS The Thrift Store has now gone through all the processes to become a 501c3 non-profi t organization, and it is hoped that the tax exempt status will be given soon. They are taking do- nations of everything except large fur- niture and appliances (no room). They have set up a bargain booth in the north corner of the lot to sell small items of furniture and household items, and also have some racks of clothing that is selling for $1.00 a bag. There is also a table of free books outside the booth, some worn but still very readable. Pick-up service is available for do- nations if you need it, just call Jini at 927-6039--if she is not there they will take a message and she will get back to you. Donations can be brought to the back of the store during open hours, and will be greatly appreciated. The monies raised from the sales in the store will be used to help certain organizations in town with their needs, including the Search and Rescue, Fire Dept., Police Dept, schools and churches. Your donations and your patronage at the store will help meet their goals to help these organizations help others in the community. Call toll-free: 1-888-589-8039 Recycle your empty inket cartridges and used cell phones! Help raise funds for the local Arizona Centennial celebration! DROP OFF LOCATIONS: • Horizon Community Bank • Quartzsite Library • Senior Center • General Store • Business Chamber Sponsored by Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite Are You Still Paying Too Much For Your Medications? You can save up to 90% when you fill your prescriptions at our Canadian Pharmacy. Their Price LipitorTM $460.00 Bottle A Typical US brand price for 20mg x 100 Manufactured by PfizerTM Bottle B Our Price Atorvastatin* $99.00 Generic equivalent of LipitorTM generic price for 20mg x 100 Manufactured by Generics Manufacturers Compare Our Prices! Call us toll-free at 1-888-589-8039. DENTURES $350 Full Set • US Military trained w/ 30 plus years experience • Satisfaction Guaranteed! • Partials starting at $175 QUARTZSITE SNOWBIRD SPECIAL: Same Day Dentures and 1 Hour Reline/Repairs!! Dental Laboratory Service Call: 623-444-4013 • Goodyear, AZ $25 Get An Extra OFF Get an extra $25 off your first order today! Call the number below and save an additional $25 plus get free shipping on your first prescription order with Canada Drug Center. Expires Dec 31, 2011. Offer is valid for prescription orders only and can not be use in conjunction with any other offers. And FREE SHIPPING Order Now! Toll-free: 1-888-589-8039 Please note that we do not carry controlled substances and a valid prescription is required for all prescription medication orders. Prescription price comparison above is valid as of January 1, 2011. All trade-mark (TM) rights associated with the brand name products in this ad belong to their respective owners. *Generic drugs are carefully regulated medications that have the same medical ingredients as the original brand name drug, but are generally cheaper in price. Generic equivalents are equal to their "brand" counterparts in Active Ingredients, Dosage, Safety, Strength, Quality, Performance and Intended use. It may vary in colour, shape, size, cost and appearance. ���.D�����M��������.��� SOLE MISSION QUARTZSITE, AZ - The Women’s Ministry of Quartzsite First Assem- bly is sponsoring a shoe drive for Rural Compassion’s Sole Mission. Rural Compassion’s Sole Mission provides a new well-fi tting pair of shoes to kids in need. New Shoes-everyone loves to get a new pair of shoes. They make you run faster, jump higher and look good doing it. Unfortunately for kids living in Rural America, putting on new shoes rarely hap- pens. Kids in poverty face a daily struggle. Shoes with holes in them, hand me down shoes that are too big, or too small, making their feet grow crooked and deformed. Oth- Recycle... ers have holes in their shoes. Many have no shoes at all. Will you help us reach kids in Ru- ral America by donating a new pair of tennis shoes? You can drop off your shoes to the First Assembly of God in Quartzsite, or at ‘Look n See’ in Parker. We need shoes for boys and girls (all sizes even adult sizes). We will be collecting shoes all summer. Contact: Pastor Rita Franklin @ 928-927-5808 Church or Joyce at Look n See @928 669-1937o. P��� 3 Donate $10 to American Red Cross. Text “REDCROSS” to 90999 to make a $10 donation. New Location! Windshield Open All Summer! & Repair Service W. Cowell just north of Post Offi ce & Shell Station Glassweld Certifi ed 928-927-7792 Promack Treasure Hunting it all adds up! Home of the “Trinity Bowl” Superstition Mountain Treasure Hunters 455 E. Main St. Quartzsite Summer Hours: Tues. thru Sat. 9-5 928-927-7750 Home of the Quartzsite Michael’s

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