Desert Messenger

February 1, 2012

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Page 44 DEADLINE is WED. Feb. 8 for Feb. 15th issue of the Desert Messenger Email: Phone: 541-218-2560 QIA DESERT MUSIC Thursdays 7 pm-9 pm sign up at 6 pm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Thurs. Open Jam Thurs. Gospel Music Thurs. Open Jam Thurs. Gospel Music 928-927-6325 235 E. Ironwood St., Quartzsite Local AA Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings Quartzsite, AZ QIA (South side of building) Sunday: 6pm (Winter only) Keep it Simple Meeting Mon. 10am Men only Wed. 10am Joe & Charlie Study Fri. 10am 12x12 Book Study 103 S. Moon Mt. (across from Isaiah 58) Local Survivors Meeting Mon. & Thur. 5:30pm Community Bible Church, 375 E. Sunrise Snow Birds Group Tues. & Sat. 7pm until April 1st (then at noon) Community Bible Church, 375 E. Sunrise No Name Group Wed. & Fri. 5pm 103 S. Moon Mt. (across from Isaiah 58) Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organizations or institutions; does not wish to engage in controversy; neither endorses or opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Reprinted with permission of the AA Grapevine, Inc. Chiropractic $ Dr. Michael Cole, D.C. Providing Chiropractic care to Quartzsite! Adjustments WINTER HOURS: Quartzsite 25 Friday 9am-1pm / 2:30-5pm • Sat. 9-11am CDL Exams now available! Dr. Michael Cole, D.C. Chiropractic Care 225 N. Central Suite #7 Quartzsite For more information call: 928-533-4588 690 E. Main - Quartzsite (one block east of Family Dollar) 928-927-6551 Bouse Elementary School Spelling Bee Champion Wayne Behrendt will represent Bouse School at the La Paz County Spelling Bee on February 7th at 7pm. Congratulations Wayne we are so proud of you! ASSESSOR'S CORNER Series 10 of 10 PROPERTY TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS Last of our series of Property Tax Relief Programs. This is just a reminder that the La Paz County Assessor's office is in the second month of the application period of Property Tax relief programs for taxpayers that reside in our County. The types of programs available to the public are: Property Tax Exemption for Widow, Widowers, and Disabled Per- sons; the Senior Valuation Protection Option (aka the Valuation Freeze) for Second-hand smoke kills 53,000 people a year. It's no longer a business issue; it's a public emergency. LIVE SMOKE-FREE Report Smoke-Free Arizona violations anonymously at or call 928-669-5912. senior 65 or over; Property Tax Defer- ral program; Property Tax Exemption for Non-Profit Organizations; Arizona's Historic Property Reduction Program; Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act; Prop- erty Tax Exemption for Native Ameri- cans; Religious Property Exemption; additional exemptions listed in ARS Title 42 Article 3. Exemptions Between the months of January 1 and March 1 of each calendar year, the La Paz County Assessor accepts applica- tions for all the tax relief programs. Application forms for each type of pro- gram are available at La Paz County Assessor's Office starting at the end of December. Each type of property tax relief pro- gram has certain guidelines that must be met before consideration, such as: Residency, household income, medical, total property(s), age, property status, and for organizations, pre-requisites of exemption status. For additional information, you may contact our office or stop by to visit any time at 1112 Joshua Avenue, Suite 204, Parker, AZ 85344 OR Call 928-669- 6165. The new hours are from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday thru Thursday. READER'S OASIS BOOKS February 1, 2012

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