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December 7, 2011

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December 7, 2011 LETTERS FROM PAGE 4 The doctors are optimistic that it worked as there is 80-90% cure rate with this proce- dure. I would also like to thank the mayor and council for their understanding for my leave from the Town Council. I missed three council meetings during this time. I look forward to seeing all of you and thanking you personally for all your prayers. Thanks again, Barbara and Everett Cowell Quartzsite Seeking donations for cats We would like to thank Stubby and Carol Callison for having the donation box in their restaurant, even with the shelter closed. They were smart enough to check it out for themselves that we do indeed still have 30 + cats to feed. This box in the restaurant, and one other in another restaurant in town, was the only source of donation income for food for these animals. The new management of Three Times Family restaurant evidently believes it was going into our own pockets and ordered the box removed. This is not true. We do still have the cats on the property, they still need to eat and we still need the help. Please do- nate at the box inside Main St. Eatery. Patty Williams Animal Shelter Caretaker Hello Neighbors; One of the wonderful traditions in Quartz- site is parades where residents and visitors alike are invited to come and take part or sit 20% OFF* since 1977 20% OFF* COUPON RV ROOF RESEAL SPECIAL RV Roof Seals Done Right *20 % OFF Labor thru end of the year with this ad! (expires Dec.31, 2011) Please leave message if no answer. along the side of the road and enjoy. For in- formation on how to get an application call the Quartzsite Business Chamber of Com- merce at 928-927-9321. Another tradition is clubs such as the Art Guild, RCA flyers, Quartzsite Quilters, Ro- tary Club, Quartzsite GFWC Women's Club, just to name a few. Do check regularly in the Desert Mes- senger in the section "Around Town" for a listing of activities coming up and the group sponsoring them. If you are interested in the LaPaz County Search and Rescue contact the Sheriff's Dept. at 982-669-6141, meetings are held the 3rd Wed. of the month at 6:PM at the Quartzsite Fire Station on the corner of Ty- son and 95. As a member of the LaPaz County Search and Rescue I would like to take this oppor- tunity to thank everyone for their participa- tion in the Light Parade whether you were in the parade or braving the cold as a spec- tator on Dec. 3. Please do come to the next Town Hall Meeting Dec. 21, 2: PM at the QIA, this will be your opportunity to have your questions answered. Refreshments will be served. Patricia Anderson, Quartzsite Town Council Desert Messenger @DesertMessenger 20% OFF* by People Who Know Roof Seals! (Oregonians) Call Doug! 541-974-4469 20% OFF* D & J ENTERPRISES Specializing in Military Collectables MEDALS, BADGES, PATCHES, KNIVES, BAYONETS, HELMETS AND EQUIPMENT Rice Ranch C-1, 2 BUY --- SELL --- TRADE • Military DOG TAGS custom made in minutes! • Engraved PET TAGS while you wait! • Large Selection of CAMO Clothing & Boots • 208-573-5596 ����������������������� �� � ������ � � � � ��� �� �� ���������������������������������������� ������������������������������� ��������������������������������� ��������������� ������������� � � � � � � � � � ������������������������������������ �������������������������������� ������������������������������� Plumbing? Call: Dennis Dole Got Water? Need GD Plumbing & Supply 928-580-1741 Licensed • Bonded• Insured K 37 ROC 2114 Fleece and CottonFabric by the Yard & more... Creations by Shirley McKiernan Tyson Wells space S 5-6 behind K & K Kitchen - OPEN DEC. 17 - FEB. 14 951-201-3561 TOOLS & TARPS VENDOR SUPPLIES K & B "The place with the stuff!" • Canopies • All Sizes of Tarps • RV Supplies • Tools If we don't have it, you don't need it!" Ladies Stuff, too! LOCATED AT TYSON CENTRE #1 121 W. Kuehn, Quartzsite Open 9am-5pm - 7 days a week • Table Legs • Hand & Power Tools Page 5

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