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October 1, 2014

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4 October 1, 2014 Police receives GOHS grants JAM (Jesus and Me) Ministries, of Quartzsite First Assembly of God Church, will hold their annual Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, October 4th, from 5pm - 7pm at Quartzsite First Assembly of God Church. You can purchase tick- ets from any of the JAM Ministry lead- ers or the children. Tickets will also be sold at the door. $6 per plate includes spaghetti, salad, bread, drink and a dessert. The church is located at 665 W. Tyson St., Quartzsite. Your donations supporting this event will help children attend summer camp, and the Annual Fall Festival being held October 25th at the Community Center. JAM also has various activities for children and fami- lies to attend throughout the year. Call 928-916-2266 for more information. Spaghetti dinner planned for Oct. 4 The Quartzsite Woman's Club will be having their annual Harvest Festival Beer and Wine Tasting on Saturday, Oc- tober 18, 2014. It will be held at Tyson's Show Grounds on West Keuhn. There will be raffl es and a fi fty-fi fty drawing. You need not be present to win. There will be tables available for showing and or selling your merchan- dise (no raffl es). To reserve a table (donation $20.00) please call Anita Carlson at 928-927-4410. All reserved tables must be paid for by the 15th. The funds from this event permit the Woman's Club to give scholarships to Quartzsite Students. Beer & Wine Tasting planned for Oct. 18 Garden club meets Light Mechanics & Tire Care Maintenance Technicians Exellent Compensation DOE Starting Wages $15/hr + 15% Commission for Mechanics • Tire experience preferred • Training provided • Driver license required • Drug Screen required • Mechanics must have their own tools Benefits • Health Insurance • Dental Insurance • Vacation pay • Bonuses • 401(k) Savings Plan Please apply at: Recruiter: Erik Reed • 405-243-7666 • 760 S. Quartzsite Blvd., Quartzsite, AZ 85346 • Store Phone: 928-927-8570 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores is hiring for the following position in Quartzsite, AZ Quartzsite Garden Club will have its fi rst meeting this season Mon- day October 20, 2014. We meet at the Quartzsite Library at 4:30 pm. every 3rd Monday of every month until April 2015. We have programs and group dis- cussions about gardening here in the dessert. Come join us and fi nd out about our "winter" growing season. For more information call Lynn Stimson 928-916-4562 The Quartzsite Police Depart- ment, received a grant on June, 2014, from the Governor's Of- fi ce of Highway Safety (GOHS) in the amount of $45,000 dollars. The grant was used to purchase and outfi t a police Chevrolet Tahoe patrol vehicle that is to be used for traffi c enforcement. The new patrol vehicle has been in operation since June 23rd. The vehicle it has been a great tool for the Po- lice Department and has helped offi cers keeping the roadways safer for the community/public What in the World is Happening? Wars • Big Brother • NSA • Borders • Mideast Crisis • Disease • Jobs Terrorism • Anarchy •Moral Decline • Earthquakes • Tyranny Gun Control • U.S. Power Decline • Etc., Etc. End Time Prophesies are found in the Bible Book of Revelation Revelation Bible Study on the Air Tuesdays @ 7:30am Starting Nov. 4th Scanners are to learn of emergencies. Listed above are EMERGENCIES! Police/Fire Scanners: 147.36 MHZ Ham Radio Operators: 147.36+ MHZ, 107.5 tone of the Town of Quartzsite, in- cluding areas of La Paz County. The Quartzsite Police Depart- ment also received an Overtime grant on September 22, 2014, from the GOHS in the amount of $6,000 dollars. The grant monies will be utilized to con- duct speed alert programs, briefi ng in regards to speed and seatbelt enforcement, and to maintain a low level of injury and fatal accidents by enforcing Arizona State Law. Hospice of Havasu offers a free of charge grief support group the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 1 to 2pm at the Quartzsite Library. For further information please call Rosalinda at 888-468-2111. Grief support By Dinice Ross We are short participants for the up-coming 'Walk With The Past' put on by the Cemetery Board, at the Hi Jolly Cemetery, November 1st from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. This year's event theme is "Remembering our Veterans". Each participant (actor, player) will portray a Veteran, or family member, in the Pioneer section of the Hi Jolly Cemetery. This year's event will be bigger with more players – hence the shortage of ac- tors to play the veterans. If you are interested please call me at 928-927-6593 and ask for Dinice. Actors wanted Quartzsite Town Council ELECT ✔ ACCOUNTABILITY, INTEGRITY, HONESTY FOR THE BEST INTEREST OF THE COMMUNITY ~ not for personal agendas ~ • PEOPLE before politics! • MASTERS of Boardsmanship • Able to Question & Listen! Paid for by Monica Timberlake, PO Box 1131, Quartzsite, AZ 85346

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