Desert Messenger

October 21, 2015

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2 October 21, 2015 Got an event? List it FREE at Check out the NEW Free online Community Calendar! sponsored by Desert Messenger News Quartzsite-opoly game night planned Oct. 24 OPEN YEAR-ROUND! LARGE LOTS! ~ FREE WiFi ~ Laundromat ~ RO Water ~ Thrift Shop ~ Delights Gifts & Antiques 455 E. Main St. Quartzsite - PROPANE SALES - Open 365 Days/Year for Your Convenience! Pets & Children Welcome! Pattie's RV Park 928-927-4223 Close to Everything! S KIN C ARE Linda Marie's Linda Cushman is a Board Certified Master Aesthetician Open Year Round Call for Appointment 202-430-4924 250 East Main Street #3 Quartzsite, Arizona 202-430-4924 • Microdermabrasion • Chemical Peels • Facials • Waxing • Customized Services • Professional Skin Care Products Linda Provides: by Joanne Winer The new Quartzsite-opoly game will be available at a special Game playing event held at the Quartzsite Community Center on Saturday, October 24th from 3-6pm. Doors open at 2:30pm, so come early and get your seat. Admission is only $10 per person. All funds raised will benefit the Quartzsite Business Chamber of Commerce. Players will also get a raffle ticket and at 6 p.m. games will be given away to winning tickets. You will also be able to purchase the games at the event for $25. Refreshments will be available. The game was the idea of Kym Scott of Tyson Wells Enterprises, who has been a long time support- er of many organizations in town. He got all the advertising raised, designed and created all the game pieces and cards, and even the game board and cover ideas came from him. Some of the game pieces in- clude a saguaro, a miner, a camel, an ATV, etc. The Quartzsite Business Cham- ber will be selling them at the office at 101 W. Main Street. For more information, please call the Quartzsite Business Chamber at 928-927-9321.

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