Desert Messenger

April 18, 2012

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Page 6 Operation Stay Safe planned for youth Quartzsite - On Thursday. April 26th at 9:00am, the Quartzsite Sub- stance Abuse Prevention Coalition and Quartzite Police Department are hosting Operation Stay Safe. This chilling, true to life reenactment of a drunk driving accident is designed to educate the youth of La Paz county to the dangers of drinking and driving. With assistance from multiple local agencies and business, students will be given a glimpse into exactly what happens at the scene of an accident. The public is invited to attend the reenactment being held at Quartzsite Town Park. With Prom season approaching, the organizers hope that the simula- tion will prevent people drinking and driving, or getting into a vehicle with someone who has been drinking. For more information contact Offi cer Fabiola Garcia at Quartzsite Police Department at 928-927-4664 ARIZONA WESTCOAST REALTY Realtors: BARBARA COWELL 928-916-4222, Cell CAROLYN GUTHRIE 928-916-8469, Cell JOHN YACKLEY, BROKER 928-916-1195, Cell Toll Free: 1-800-889-8200 360 N. Plymouth Ave., Quartzsite • • 928-927-8900 April 18, 2012 Another exciting Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 7, 2012 hundreds of young and old enjoyed a beautiful Spring morning of hunting for Easter Eggs treasures. There were two spe- cial gold eggs for each age group. The older kids missed the second egg, and was sent back out looking. Prizes for the gold eggs included a huge box of goodies with stuffed animals, scooters, games and of course, lots of candy. Park Model on 10,000 square foot lot. Mexi- can Brick Fence on 3 sides bordering the property. Full RV hook- up. Two storage sheds. Mountain Views. Nice, clean area. Seller is motivated to sell. Take a look at this and make the seller an offer. Well priced at $89,000. #8149. We have a number of lots that are RV ap- proved with Town wa- ter and Sewer. Elec- tricity in place. Most are zoned Suburban Ranch which will al- low one main hookup plus two others. Priced from $35,000 and up. Call and get locations and prices. Take a look at this l.63 acre Commercial prop- erty on E. Main St. Prime location for devel- opment. Currently has older home and rented 7 RV spaces plus Mobile business is operated on the property. Business owners, Builders or De- velopers, this is a good buy. Buy and build. $159,000. #8161. Nice Park Model with covered deck. Detached metal garage with bun- galow inside. Covered parking off the garage. Mexican brick fence on three sides. Low mainte- nance landscaping. Take a look at this one priced at $75,000. #8165. photos by Starr BearCat Price reduced on this 2 bedroom, 2 bath frame built home. Utility Building. Patio. Deck. Landscaped. RV park- ing. Corner property on .59 acre. Lots of room on this property. Owner may carry. Ask- ing $93,500. #8160. 25 space RV park on 5 acres just outside of the Town of Quartzsite. Fab- ulous mountain views. Completely fenced. Outside Storage area. Owner will carry. Call for more info. Take a look and make an offer. Ask- ing $260,000. #8167. Owner will carry on this well kept home. Cov- ered parking and patio area. Full RV hookup. Low maintenance land- scaping. Views. Mexican brick fence surrounding property with wrought iron gate for securing ingress/egress. Owner may finance. $119,000. #8150. I can't believe this stun- ning Santa Fe house hasn't sold yet. If you think it looks nice on the outside, come and take a look at the inside. Covered patio and deck. Carport. 2 utility sheds. Landscaped with mature shade trees in front. RV hookup and parking. Mexican Brick Fence on 3 sides. Owner will car- ry. $155,900. #8162. Black Hills Gold Jewelry, Moun� ngs, Gems, Minerals, Gem Stone Jewelry & Black Hills Gold Jewelry JEWELRY • FINDINGS AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY & POTTERY BEADS • Southwest & How-to Books Open Daily 8-5 Sun. 9-4 Closed Tuesday 1250 W. Main, Quartzsite (across from McDonald's) 928-927-6381, Fax 928-927-4814

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