Desert Messenger

January 4, 2012

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Page 36 Parker Library events Marketing Your Offline Business Online On three consecutive Mondays, the University of Arizona La Paz County Extension Office will present a series of computer classes geared toward the Business community and will meet at the Parker Public Library at 5:30 p.m. Today it is more important than ever to have your business show up online. To sign up, call Sarah Harris at 928-669-9843 or the library at 928-669-2622. Space is limited. Jan. 9-Social Media Marketing Jan. 23-Website Structure & Building Jan. 30-Traffic and Promotion Steamboats on the Colorado River Lyle Browning, Instructional Spe- cialist at the La Paz County Coop Extension will present this interesting local historical program in celebra- tion of the Arizona Centennial and in partnership with the Parker Public Library. Jan. 11, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. La Paz County Board of Supervisors, 1108 Joshua Ave. All are welcome to this free program. The best little RV Park in Quartzsite! NIGHTLY • WEEKLY • MONTHLY RENTALS Al‛s RV Park Clean and comfortable On the quiet side of Quartzsite at the corner of S. Riggles Ave. and East Kuehn. Call 928-927-6715 Full Service Cardiovascular Office in Quartzsite! Parker's Own Antique Road Show Dave Bolster, a member of two Ameri- can Appraisal Organizations, will be back at the Parker Public Library. Everyone is welcome to bring their trash, treasures, heirlooms etc. to the Parker Library on Jan. 18, 2012, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and Dave will give a free appraisal with a donation to the Friends of the Parker Public Library. Each person is limited to 2 items. For information to any of these programs, call the library at 928-669-2622. January 4, 2012 In Memorium Della Todd Delores "Della" Teague Todd August 6, 1934 – November 9, 2011 QHS Bake sale Jan. 7 The Quartzsite Historical Society is having a bake sale after the Hi Jolly Daze Parade, Sat. Jan. 7th at noon. They will be at the park and will have homemade baked goods, coffee and cocoa. They're asking all members to bring your Homemade cakes, cookies, candy, fudge popcorn or small loaves of bread to the museum Friday, Jan. 6th before 3pm. Delores "Della" Todd, sister of Ruel Teague, will be missed by everyone who knew her and her music in Quartzsite. She was a regular snowbird who would appear every January. Her brother, Ruel, would play his fiddle while Delo- res would sing and play her guitar. She spread joy to everyone with her smile and music. Anyone who has ever heard Delores' version of "Old Rattlers' Pup" (her husband would provide the old hound dog yelps!) will remember the fun Delores would share through her music. Delores lived in Ridgedale, Missouri, and worked at the Lumber Camp in Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mis- souri. This summer she was diagnosed with a form of leukemia and passed away on November 9, 2011. She leaves behind her husband, Lee Todd, and one daughter and three sons. CARDIOVASCULAR DIVISION OF IMS Diagnose and Treat • chest pain • shortness of breath • leg pain • varicose veins • leg swelling • palpitations LOCATED in Palm Plaza 255 N. Central Blvd. #5 Quartzsite Cardiac Services Provided • stress testing • echocardiograms • vascular ultrasound • PAD screening • coronary angioplasty/stenting • peripheral angioplasty/stenting All testing done on-site No need to travel 928-927-6105

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