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MESQUITE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BUSINESS AND VISITOR GUIDE
2015
Mesquite, Nevada
• WHERE QUALITY OF
LIFE MEETS QUALITY
OF BUSINESS
Skilled.
A veteran of the military and
of caring for patients just like you.
If you’re looking for an experienced surgeon close to home,
choose one who has cared for some of America’s military
heroes. Not only is George Hahm, M.D., a veteran of
Afghanistan, where he was a senior general surgeon, but
his service also includes time at the National Naval Medical
Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Hahm specializes
in general surgery, performing colonoscopies, laparoscopic
surgeries, and breast health procedures.
Same - and next-day appointments are often available,
call 702-346-1700.
George Hahm, M.D.
General Surgery
1301 Bertha Howe Avenue, Suite 8
Mesquite, NV 89027
MesaViewMedical.com
Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans welcome.
Heart.
Dr. Aschenaki will put her heart
into caring for yours. Right here.
Now you can receive cardiovascular care close to home from
Mekdelawit Aschenaki, M.D. For the first time, there is a fulltime cardiologist located right here in Mesquite. Dr. Aschenaki
is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and
specializes in treating coronary and peripheral artery disease,
congestive heart failure and other cardiovascular issues. She
accepts Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans.
Same- and next-day appointments are
often available. Call 702-346-0800 or
visit MesaViewMedical.com.
Mekdelawit
Aschenaki, M.D., FACC
Cardiologist
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www.mesquite-chamber.com
Desert Gold Realty
581 W. Mesquite Blvd.
Mesquite NV 89027
702-346-1121
www.dgmesquite.com
Your Information Destination
Mark Meredith
(435) 229-3382
[email protected]
Merlin Hafen
(702) 376-9626
[email protected]
Pat Durando
(702) 300-4968
[email protected]
Christine Budd
(619) 507-9272
[email protected]
Michelle Santos
(702) 281-1908
[email protected]
Michael McLaughlin
(702) 553-4848
[email protected]
Together, our agents have decades of experience,
and are ready to go to work for you today to find you
the perfect home or to assist you in selling your home.
Lynda Edwards
(702) 521-2344
[email protected]
Dave Napoletano
(406) 546-3201
[email protected]
Kim Kennedy
(702) 283-7360
[email protected]
Leticia Alvizo
(702) 286-6833
[email protected]
www.mesquite-chamber.com
Lila Williams
(702) 357-6056
[email protected]
Bill McIntosh
(702) 277-2638
[email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Welcome to Mesquite
Letter from the Mayor
Virgin Valley Heritage Museum
Community Overview
Mesquite Recreation Center
Where Quality of Life Meets Quality of Business
Mesa View Regional Hospital - Keeping Care Local
Mesquite Healthcare Coalition
Education
Mesquite Veterans Center
Sun City Mesquite by Del Web
Mesquite Business Summit
Greater Mesquite Arts Foundation
Close to Nature
Golf
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Cash Mob
Bicycle Friendly Community
Junior Golf
The Ducks are Coming
Mesquite Senior Games
Golf in Mesquite
Mesquite Best of Fest
League of Women Voters
Christmas in July
Mesquite Reads
1000 Flags to Fly Over Mesquite
Mesquite Festival of Trees
2015 Calendar
Mesquite Chamber Premium Members
Membership Directory
355 W. Mesquite Blvd. Unit C-10
Mesquite, NV 89027 • (702) 346-7495
Mesquite Magazine is produced and published by The Spectrum in partnership
with the Mesquite Chamber of Commerce. The entire contents of this publication
are copyright ©2015, all rights reserved and may not be reproduced in any manner
without permission from the publisher.
MESQUITE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
11 Pioneer Blvd, Suite C
Mesquite, NV 89027, • (702) 346-2902
www.mesquite-chamber.com
e-mail: [email protected]
275 East St. George Blvd.
St. George, UT 84770 • (435) 674-6200
Publisher/President - Rhett Long
(435) 674-6222 [email protected]
Advertising Sales Manager - Jeremy Browning
(435) 674-6245 [email protected]
Advertising Sales - Sandi Boyce
The Chamber acknowledges the substantial contribution of information and
photographs in this publication that was provided by so many Chamber members
throughout the Mesquite community — thank you!
Cover photo courtesy of Cindi Delaney with
www.delaneystudio.com
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www.mesquite-chamber.com
Layout & Design - Christopher Andrus
(435) 674-6287 [email protected]
Contributing Writers Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
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www.EurekaMesquite.com
WELCOME TO MESQUITE NEVADA
J. Blake Syndergaard
Welcome to the 2015 edition of
the Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
Membership
Directory
and
Community Profile. My hope is when
you come to visit our little treasure
in the desert you will fall in love as I
have. Whether you are someone who
is considering moving your family or
business here, already a part of our
community, a Chamber member,
a potential Chamber member or
just visiting, we invite you to learn
more about the people, history and
business that make up the Mesquite
Lifestyle.
Mesquite is unlike any other city
in Nevada. With an average commute
of a little over an hour to Las Vegas,
direct flights and advantages other
big cities may provide are close by,
but not too close to interfere with
the small town atmosphere we enjoy.
Indeed we can say “Mesquite is in the
middle of everywhere.” Mesquite is
a safe and friendly community with
beautiful landscapes to provide the
greatest golfing on earth, along with
hiking, biking, off road tours, gaming
and nightlife. We have a growing
artist’s community hosting “Best of
the Fest in Mesquite”, from Doc Utah
Film Festival and a fascinating history.
We are a great place to relocate or start
a new business, raise a family, receive
an education, live a healthy lifestyle
and pursue the arts. Mesquite is a
desirable place to visit or call home,
the surrounding beauty of the red
mesas inspire residents and visitors
alike. Mesquite has it all in a small
town package.
As past Mesquite Chairman
of the Board, I have advocated for its
chamber members and businesses
alike, the Mesquite Chamber
works closely with businesses and
community leaders. We leverage
and enhance the talents and
resources of our members to create
a climate of growth and success in
the community. Through leadership
opportunities, volunteer efforts and
business-building programs, the
Mesquite Chamber works to improve
the economic vitality of the Mesquite
area.
Mesquite is a generous
community and the Chamber wishes
to extend a special thanks to all who
support us. We offer a special invitation
for all businesses to join our Chamber.
The Chamber works for the business
community through a wide variety of
programs and services from serving
as a business advocate, providing
educational seminars and workshops,
offering marketing assistance, as well
as holding networking luncheons,
monthly mixers and ribbon-cutting
ceremonies for new businesses.
Enjoy our Business and
Visitors Guide which comes with all
the important information you will
need, including our member directory
that includes great information about
their services. They are communityminded businesses and we highly
recommend you call them first. If
there is anything else you would
like to know about the Chamber or
Mesquite, be sure and give us a call
here at the Mesquite Chamber of
Commerce or visit our website at
Mesquite-Chamber.com, follow us
on Facebook (Mesquite Business to
Businesses) to get information on
events and specials with Mesquite
Businesses. Mesquite is a great place I
have visited and have called home for
over 20 years.
-J. Blake Syndergaard
Past Chairman of the
Board of Directors
2015 CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Coleyne Angel
Have Boutique Will Travel
Nancy Hewett
Wolf Creek Golf Club
Brenda Snell
Eureka Casino Resort
Keith Buchhalter
Overton Power District #5
Ernie Hoffman
Redd Hills Cinema 8
Julie Stoltz
Individual
Ken Cook
Individual
Noel Smith
Colonial Property Management
J. Blake Syndergaard
Mesquite Title
Scott Halverson
Barney McKenna & Olmstead, PC
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WELCOME TO MESQUITE!
This season brings us the
ParaLong Drive Worlds. A golf
event hosting 44 disabled golfers
from the United States and ten
foreign countries. We in Mesquite
expect this to draw worldwide
attention in the coming years.
We can be proud they chose
our city and our famous Sports
and Events Complex to host an
activity of this importance. In
addition, during the year we host
athletes, both young and old
participating in golf, baseball,
soccer, softball, and boxing.
If sports competition is not
for you, we have an excellent
community theater, a fine arts
center, and a heritage museum.
Like to explore? Mesquite
has excellent hiking and walking
trails for all levels of athletic
ability. Need more? We are just
a short drive to Bryce Canyon,
Cedar Breaks, Death Valley, the
Grand Canyon, both North and
South rims, Zion, Lake Mead,
and the Valley of Fire.
Still need more? Mesquite
is sure to have what you need
from casino action, spas, and
fine dining.
Whatever you should do in
Mesquite, we welcome you if it
is only a day or two or a lifetime.
With Best Regards,
Mayor AI Litman
• Licensed Nurses 24 hours a day
• Certified Nursing Assistants
• Delicious Meals
• Clinical Social Worker
• Activities In-house and In Community
• Separate Alzheimer's Care with Secure
Environment and Specially Trained Staff
• Not-for-Profit Provider
• Physical
• Occupational
• Speech
• All Post-Hospitalization
Therapy Needs
272 Pioneer Blvd. Mesquite, NV | Phone: 702-346-7666 | Fax: 702-346-7276
www.highlandmanorofmesquite.com
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THE VIRGIN VALLEY HERITAGE MUSEUM
“The Mission of The Virgin Valley
Heritage Museum is to deepen the
understanding of the community
and visitors about the Virgin Valley,
specifically Mesquite, Bunkerville
and Southern Nevada. We strive
to bring history to life through
collections, exhibits, special events,
and educational opportunities. We
also strive to preserve and protect our
local history.”
–Mission Statement, Virgin Valley
Heritage Museum
The building that houses the Virgin
Valley Heritage Museum was built
in 1941. The original purpose of the
building was to serve the community
as a library and museum. The building
served as the Mesquite branch of the
Clark County Library for about a year.
The building was then converted
to and used as a hospital. With the
$35 donation from each family in
town, Dr. Gilbert and Bertha Howe, a
registered nurse, went to Las Vegas
and bought the medical supplies
necessary to open the hospital. The
library building was then converted
and used as the hospital and only
medical facility in town until 1977.
After being closed for a few years,
it was used as a Boy Scout meeting
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hall. In 1984, the newly incorporated
City of Mesquite reclaimed it and
designated it a museum to house the
historical treasures of the Virgin Valley.
On January 6th 1877 Edward Bunker
Sr.’s company arrived in what would
become Bunkerville. Construction
on the Dam and Irrigation canals
began and the pioneers went to work
on making the area their home. As
the town grew the settlers looked
to expand and turned their eyes
across the river to the area known
as Mesquite Flats. They say that the
third time is a charm. That’s just the
way it was for the proud families who
fought to create a life for themselves
in Mesquite Flats. Between 1878
and 1882 fifteen families and a total
of seventy-one people had moved
to Mesquite and were successfully
farming the area. The lifeblood of
this high desert community was
the Virgin River. However, a heavy
rainstorm at any time of the year can
turn the Virgin River into a raging
torrent. Those first settlers found this
out in June of 1882 when six miles
of irrigation canals were broken in
fifty different places by torrents of
the afternoon thunderstorms. For a
community dependent on this canal,
it was a devastating loss. Work began
immediately to repair the damage
but it was not long until the river had
forced everyone out. In 1887, Dudley
Leavitt with his wives and children
tried to settle Mesquite Flats again.
After a four-year struggle against the
elements they too were forced to
leave. Finally, in 1894, hearty pioneers
attempted a third time to tame
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Mesquite Flats. Six young families
from Bunkerville rebuilt the canal and
established themselves permanently
along the bank of the Virgin River. In
1898, the town changed its name from
Mesquite Flats to Mesquite. Farming
has taken place in Mesquite for over
100 years. Success of agricultural
development in Mesquite is the result
of the Virgin River and the innovative
irrigation system created by the early
settlers to water their crops. In 1894
many crops were planted in Mesquite.
These crops were cotton, grapes,
alfalfa, wheat and sugar cane. Also
pomegranates and figs were planted
and produced very well. For a time,
cotton and raisins were the main cash
crops in the community.
For much of the late 20th century
dairies dominated the landscape. At
one time there were five dairies in
Mesquite. As the automobile grew in
popularity Mesquite entrepreneurs
opened motels and campgrounds
for travelers and tourists. Tourists
increased the demand for agricultural
products, such as milk and eggs, and
surpluses soon made their way to
markets in Las Vegas.
Just like Mesquite has changed
with the times so has the Museum;
we have branched out into the
online world. The Museum catalog
is available online at mesquitenv.
pastperfect-online.com. We also
have an active facebook page where
we are able to interact and share the
history of the Valley all over the world;
you can find us at www.facebook.
com/MesquiteNVMuseum. We invite
you to visit the Virgin Valley Heritage
Museum to experience a taste of the
rich pioneer heritage that makes up
this great area.
COMMUNITY OVERVIEW
LOCATION
NEVADA TAX ADVANTAGES
Mesquite is located in the Virgin
River Valley on the Interstate 15
Corridor, 80 miles to Las Vegas,
37 miles to St. George, Utah, 346
miles to Salt Lake City, 360 miles
to Phoenix and 370 miles to Los
Angeles (one-day trucking to
Southern California).
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MESQUITE HAS
Three Casinos, Seven Golf Courses,
a Fine Arts Gallery, Live Theatre,
a Museum, Two Movie Theatres,
Parks, Hiking, Off-Road Vehicle and
Bicycle Friendly.
QUALITY OF LIFE
Sun City Mesquite by Pulte/Del
Webb is one of several outstanding
active adult communities. There
are hundreds of homes built in Sun
City Mesquite in a proposed 5,000
unit development.
GOLF
There are seven Championship
courses and one 9-hole Executive
course. Mesquite’s golf industry
has a $30M economic impact
locally.
NEARBY POINTS OF
INTEREST
Valley of Fire State Park, Hoover
Dam; Lake Mead Recreational
Area, Grand Canyon National
Park, Zion, Bryce, Cathedral Gorge,
Cedar Breaks National Monument,
Dixie National Forest.
mile is 531
Local Newspapers: Desert
Valley Times and Mesquite
Local News
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No Corporate Income Tax
No Personal Income Tax
No Franchise Tax on Income
No Inheritance or Gift Tax
CITY OF MESQUITE
No Unitary Tax
GOVERNMENT
Sales Tax 8.1%
Property Tax Rates 2.7737 on • Mayor: Allan Litman
• Council Members: Rich Green,
35% of market value
Kraig Hafen, George Rapson,
• Minimal Employer Payroll Tax
Geno Withelder, Cindi Delaney
• City Council Meetings held
MESQUITE BUSINESS
second and fourth Tuesday at
City of Mesquite
5 PM
MesquiteNV.gov
• City Manager: Andy Barton
702-346-5295
• City Attorney: Deputy Bob
Mesquite Regional Business
Sweetin
MRBnv.org
702-345-3075
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce CLIMATE
Average monthly temperatures in
Mesquite-Chamber.com
Mesquite are quite pleasant. High
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temperatures of over 100 occur during
July and August. Extreme lows in
CITY OF MESQUITE –
the low 30’s occur during November
QUICK FACTS
through February. Monthly average
• Incorporated as a City in 1984
temperatures listed below:
• Population Base of 16,788
Month
Min.
Max.
Avg.
(increases by approximately
January ..........34 ..............61 ................ 50
5,000 seasonally)
February .......36 ..............66 ................ 51
• Metropolitan Statistical Area
March ............42 ..............75 ................ 59
(Las Vegas/Clark County) 2.1
April ...............48 ..............81 ................ 65
Million
May ................56 ..............94 ................ 75
• Location: Nevada/Arizona
June ...............64 ........... 102 ................ 83
July .................69 ........... 107 ................ 88
border. 80 miles north of Las
Vegas and 35 miles south of St. August ..........71 ........... 107 ................ 89
September ..61 ........... 100 ................ 81
George, Utah
October ........49 ..............86 ................ 68
• Low Crime Rate
November ...36 ..............70 ................ 53
• Over 300 days of sunshine
December ....31 ..............61 ................ 46
• City is 32.08 square miles
Annual days over 90°F ......................133
• Elevation at City Hall is 1,600 ft
Annual days under 32°F ...................... 38
• Elevation at Airport is 1,975 ft
Annual days of sunshine ...................331
• Population Density per square
Avg. annual rainfall ............. 4.50 inches
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COMMUNITY OVERVIEW CONTINUED
HOSPITAL
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Mesa View Regional Hospital
has 25 critical access licensed
beds. There are 20 active
Physicians, 3 Provisional,
20 Courtesy, 13 Provisional
Courtesy, 57 Consulting, 34
Provisional Consulting, 4 Refer
and Follow. Accredited by The
Joint Commission. Specialties:
Allergy/Immunology,
Dentistry, Dermatology,
Emergency Medicine, Family
Practice, General Surgery,
Gynecology, Internal Medicine,
Obstetrics, Ophthalmology,
Orthopedics, Orthopedic
Surgery, Otolaryngology,
Pain Management, Pediatrics,
Plastic Surgery, Podiatry,
Radiology, Urology. Services
Highlights: Anesthesia,
Cardiac (Telemetry),
Cardiopulmonary/Respiratory
(EKG, Pulmonary Function
Lab), Certified Diabetes
Educator, Coumadin Clinic,
Emergency Department, GI/
Endoscopy Lab, Imaging
(Mammography, Bone
Densitometry, MRI, CT,
Nuclear Medicine, Lithotripsy,
Teleradiology, MRA,
Ultrasound, Echocardiogram,
Intensive Care Unit, Labor
and Delivery (LDRs, LDRPs,
Nursery), Laboratory
(Hematology, Immunology,
Microbiology, Transfusion),
Nutritional Counseling,
Pain Management Program,
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Rehabilitation (PT, OT, Speech),
Special Services (Stress
Testing, Holter Monitoring),
Surgery (Inpatient, Outpatient,
Infusion)
NEARBY AIRPORTS
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Mesquite Municipal Airport:
1200 Kitty Hawk Dr., Mesquite,
NV
Las Vegas McCarran (LAS): 90
miles
St. George Regional (STG): 35
miles
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POLICE
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695 Mayan Circle, Mesquite,
NV 702-346-5262
Divisions: Administration
(includes Records/Evidence),
Animal Control, Civilian
Volunteer, Communications,
911 Dispatch, Correctional
Facility, Crossing Guards, Drug
Task Force, Investigations,
Patrol, and School Resource
Officer
FIRE AND RESCUE
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3 Stations: 10 E. Mesquite
Blvd., 1200 N. Kitty Hawk Dr., 3
John Deer Rd.
Fire Personnel/Paramedics
Reserves
Fire Equipment/Ambulance
Vehicles
MAJOR EMPLOYERS
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CasaBlanca Casino Resort
(Gaming): 959
Virgin River Casino Resort
(Gaming): 715
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Eureka Casino Resort
(Gaming): 522
Walmart (Retail): 212
Clark County School District
(Education): 256
Mesa View Regional Hospital
(Medical): 211
City of Mesquite
(Government): 216
Primex Plastic
(Manufacturing): 136
Highland Manor (Assisted
Living Resort): 90
Do It Best Corporation
(Distribution/Warehousing):
68
Source: City of Mesquite
Economic Development
WITHIN COMMUTE
DISTANCE
Area Labor Force Las Vegas/
Clark County MSA.
Source:
Comprehensive Planning/Nevada
Dept. of Employment, Training &
Rehabilitation 2/10. Workforce
located within 80 miles south of
Mesquite in Interstate 15. Job
Sector:
• Casino Hotels & Gaming
Industries: 159,200
• Construction: 39,300
• Education & Health Services:
73,300
• Financial Activities: 36,500
• Government: 96,700
• Information/
Telecommunications: 9,000
• Leisure & Hospitality: 102,900
• Manufacturing: 18,100
• Natural Resources & Mining:
300
COMMUNITY OVERVIEW CONTINUED
Other Services: 24,100
Professional & Business
Services: 103,100
• Retail: 91,000
• Trade, Transportation &
Utilities: 33,100
• Wholesale: 18,700
TOTAL 805,300
WASHINGTON COUNTY
MSA LABOR MARKET BY
SECTOR
Source: Utah Dept. of Workforce
Services is located 37 miles north
of Mesquite on Interstate 15. Job
Sector:
• Education & Health Services:
8,400
• Financial Activities: 1,800
• Government: 7,300
• Information: 700
• Leisure & Hospitality: 6,700
• Natural Resources, Mining &
Construction: 3,200
• Retail Trade: 7,100
• Manufacturing: 2,200
• Other Services: 1,300
• Professional/Business Services:
3,700
• Trade, Transportation &
Utilities: 2,700
• Wholesale Trade: 1,000
Total: 46,600
NEVADA/UTAH
INTERSTATE 15 HIGH TECH
EDUCATION CORRIDORS
Engineering
&
Technology
Students 2007-08 Enrolled UNLV,
SUU, BYU, Utah, CSN: 7,439. 2007
Graduated: 1,461. Total High Tech
Students/Graduates: 8,900
COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN
NEVADA
140 N. Yucca St., Mesquite, NV
(702) 346-2485
Office Hours: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM,
Monday – Thursday
Class & Computer Lab Hours: 8 AM
– 9 PM, Monday – Thursday
Current instate tuition: $84.50
per credit, $5.50 per credit for
technology fees (see office staff for
updated out of state tuition fees)
College of Southern Nevada was
established in 1971 and is the
most ethnically diverse higher
education institution in Nevada.
CSN has three main campuses in
Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and
Henderson and multiple site and
centers; which include Mesquite
and Moapa Valley. Students can
choose from more than 200 degree
and certificate options in more
than 120 areas of study, including
30 degree and Certificate Programs
available entirely online.
General
Education,
Special
Requirement,
Vocational
&
Customized/Noncredit
Classes
Taught on Site:
• Math, English, Art, Psychology,
Computers, Communications,
Chemistry, Marketing,
Management, Political
Science, ALS (college success
skills), Music and more
• Gaming Program – Roulette &
Black Jack
• Phlebotomy Program
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Nursing Assistance Program
A+ Hardware & Software
Certification Preparation
Workkeys Assessment
& Training – Job skills
assessment system
Customized classes for
Business or groups, Noncredit
personal enrichment classes
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UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA,
LAS VEGAS
Las Vegas Fall Enrollment: 27,988.
Engineering & Tech Degrees, Civil,
Environmental, Water Resources,
Geotechnical Structures, Transportation, High Tech. Graduate and
Undergraduates: 1,600
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COMMUNITY OVERVIEW CONTINUED
SOUTHERN UTAH
UNIVERSITY
cities, libraries and other special
districts.
Cedar City, Utah Fall Enrollment For more information visit their
2011: 7,750. High Tech Bache- website or contact them at (702)
lor’s Degrees: Computer Science, 455-4323.
Engineering, Technology, Mathematics, Information Technology, DOES NEVADA OFFER
Networking, Telecommunications, INCENTIVE PROGRAMS FOR
Information Systems, Civil Engi- SALES/USE TAX?
neering, Civil Drafting/CAD. High Nevada offers Sales/Use Tax
deferral and Sales Tax abatement
Tech Graduates: 1,535
programs on the purchases of
capital equipment for a new
DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY
or expanding business. All
St. George, Utah.
Bachelor’s
companies interested in these
Degrees: Information Technology,
incentive programs can contact
Business Administration. Mesquite
The Commission on Economic
Good Neighbor Scholarship (Same Development at (775) 687-4325 or
as in-state tuition).
at www.expand2nevada.com for
an application.
SALES TAX – CLARK
COUNTY
Sales Tax Rate: 8.1%
Property Taxes are collected by the
Clark County Treasurer.
The County Treasurer’s office
bills and collects taxes on all real
property in Clark County. The office
distributes the tax dollars to the
various taxing entities including
the state, county, school district,
I AM STARTING A
CONSULTING BUSINESS IN
NEVADA. IS THIS SUBJECT
TO SALES TAX?
In Nevada, Sales/Use Tax is
imposed on the sale, transfer, lease,
rental, use, or other consumption
of tangible personal property
for consideration. Services do
not fall under the definition of
tangible personal
property
and
are not subject
to Sales Tax. The
provider of the
LILA WILLIAMS services has a
Use Tax liability
REALTOR
on the materials
Cell: 702-357-6056
[email protected]
Office: 702-345-1122
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Fax: 702-346-1141
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HOW DO I KNOW WHAT IS
TAXABLE?
Nearly all tangible personal
property transferred for value is
taxable. This includes property
purchased for lease or rent. Most
goods, wares, and merchandise
are taxable in Nevada. Services
associated with the sale of tangible
personal property may also be
taxable. Only installation and
repair/reconditioning service is not
taxable if it is separately stated on
the invoice. Most food purchases
of unprepared or uncooked food
is not taxable. You may write to
the Department of Taxation at any
of the District offices about the
taxability of a specific item.
ARE DELIVERY CHARGES
TAXABLE?
Any
charges
for
freight,
transportation or delivery in
connection with the sale of
tangible personal property that are
separately stated on a customer
invoice are NOT taxable pursuant
to AB403. (Effective 05/22/09) If
they are not separately stated they
are taxable. Handling, packaging,
and crating are still taxable even if
separately stated. Prior to 05/22/09
charges for freight, transportation
or delivery in connection with the
sale of tangible personal property
was taxable.
MESQUITE RECREATION CENTER
Providing comprehensive and
affordable activities in a wholesome
environment is what the Mesquite
Athletics & Leisure Services is all
about. The Mesquite Recreation
Center is a 56,000 Square Foot facility
with two full-size Basketball Courts
with 12 Backboards, Pickleball,
Volleyball and Badminton markings. A
fully-equipped Fitness Room features
treadmills, bikes, elliptical machines
and more. The Indoor Heated Pool
with a Beach Entry is open year-round
and the Outdoor Pool, open from May
to September, features a water slide,
competition and lap swim lanes,
Beach Entry and water toys. The Rec
Center also houses a Circuit Training
Room, two Racquetball Courts, Table
Tennis, Foosball, Karate Room, and a
Dance Room. There are also Fitness
Classes for every age level.
Open seven days a week, the Rec
Center has something to do for the
whole family. There are opportunities
to join in team sports such as Softball
Leagues, Swim Leagues, Flag Football,
Walk/Run Races and Pickleball to
name a just a few. Need a Personal
Trainer? They are available as well.
Don’t forget the Golf Simulator to
brush up on your skills. A variety
of classes are always available and
change with the season. Call or check
out their Facebook Page for the most
current activities.
https://www.facebook.com/
MesquiteNVRecreation
https://www.facebook.com/Mesquite
NvSportsAndEventComplex?ref=hl
City of Mesquite Department of
Athletics & Leisure Services
http://www.MesquiteNV.gov/
100 W. Old Mill Road
(702) 346-8732
How many times have you or people you know started an exercise program and quit soon after because of
lack of results? It’s time to change that! Personal training is for everyone whether you think you need
it or not. Hiring a qualified personal trainer will help you achieve your fitness goals quicker and safer
than you ever thought possible. A good trainer will teach you proper exercise technique, workout
routines, diet strategies, or if you just need someone to show you around the weight room. Whatever your
training needs are, we can help you obtain them. For more information or appointments contact
Jeremiah: certified NESTA Mix Martial Arts Conditioning Coach and ISSA Fitness Trainer
Mesquite Recreation Center 702-346-8732
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WHERE QUALITY OF LIFE MEETS
QUALITY OF BUSINESS
Mesquite, Nevada is a city of
approximately 17,000 located in south
eastern Nevada 80 miles from Las
Vegas, and 37 miles from St. George,
UT. Mesquite rests 1,601 feet above
sea level nestled in the Virgin River
basin. The city was incorporated on
1984, 120 years after Nevada became
a state. It is known for its progressive
master plan and recreational facilities.
Mesquite residents share a desire to
maintain Mesquite’s scenic beauty
and small-town feel, while still
welcoming quality growth.
Mesquite is a thriving city of
diverse activities. Its neighborly
atmosphere and beautiful scenery
create a warm community full of
opportunity for all those who visit
or live here. Our leisure recreation
lifestyle
has
attracted
many
entrepreneurs to the area, making
Mesquite a growing community on
the verge of cutting edge industrial
and technological development and
opportunities.
Excellent quality of life is critical
to the attraction, motivation and
retention of skilled and talented
workers, which are essential to the
success of growing a business. The
Mesquite area’s exceptional quality
of life is attractive to businesses,
individuals and tourists alike. The
combination of spectacular scenery
and
recreational
opportunities,
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excellent climate and air quality,
arts and cultural facilities as well
as superb health care and public
school system make the Mesquite
area an easy choice. Reasonable cost
of living levels, low crime rates and
a great choice of neighborhoods
and residences add to the Mesquite
region’s overall attractiveness, to both
young and old.
Consider the possibilities...
• No Corporate State Income Tax 0%
• No Personal State Income Tax - 0%
• No State Inheritance or Gift Tax 0%
• No Unitary Tax - 0%
• No Estate Tax - 0%
• Competitive Sales Tax - 8.1%
• Competitive Property Tax 2.7737% on 35% of market value
• Worker’s Compensation Insurance
- State or private coverage
• Low Operating Costs
• No Smog
• No Traffic Jams
• Low Crime Rate
• Outstanding Quality of Life Seven (7) Championship Golf
Courses, one (1) 9-hole Executive
Golf Course, and three (3) Resort
Casinos
• Over 300 Days of Sunshine
• Readily Available Commercial
Properties – Great Deals!
• Significant Room to Expand
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Business Climate
Business owners benefit from one
of the most favorable tax structures
in the country while enjoying a
small town atmosphere with big
city amenities – a well-planned
community dotted with lush green
golf courses and deep blue ponds,
virtually no traffic jams and fabulous
casino resort amenities.
Local business resources work
well together to foster a profitable
environment for big and small
business;
including
Mesquite
Regional Business, Inc., Mesquite
Chamber of Commerce, College
of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas
Global Economic Alliance, and other
governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations.
Top Five Reasons for Doing Business
in Mesquite!
Nevada has consistently been
considered one of the most livable
states, and the Mesquite area is
no exception. Nevada provides
businesses
and
residents
a
competitive sales tax environment
(no tax on food items for home use,
medicine or services), relatively low
property tax rates, and minimal
employer payroll taxes. Mesquite
Regional Business, Inc. has compiled
the Top Five Reasons to relocate your
business where life is REMARKABLE!
#5. Low Taxes: Nevada ranks 3rd
overall on the State Business Tax
Climate Index for 2015. This is a
compilation of corporate, individual
income,
sales,
unemployment
insurance, and property taxes.
#4. Low Utility Rates: Mesquite’s
utility rates are some of the lowest
rates around, lower than Arizona,
California, and Florida.
#3.
Educated
Workforce
&
Exceptional Talent: 21% of the
workforce has an Associate’s degree
or higher. Engineers, administrators,
executives, artists, farmers, ranchers,
IT professionals, publishers, Mesquite
is home to all.
#2. Affordable Housing & Low Cost
of Living: Mesquite home value Index
according to zillow.com is currently
$156,300 - below the national average
of $158,100.
#1. Quality of Life: Enjoy the New
West and be part of a community
that is “Spirited by the Outdoors.”
The Mesquite region has more
opportunities for outdoor recreation
within a 100-mile radius of its
boundaries than any other city in
the Western U.S. In fact, Mesquite is
recognized as Nevada’s Ultimate Golf
Experience.
Quality of Life
A progressive and friendly city on
the Nevada-Arizona border, Mesquite
brings in visitors and commerce by
way of US Interstate 15. Beautifully
landscaped trail systems connect
parks, fields and a recreation center
with pools and splash pads. Palm
tree-lined medians and sculptured
subdivisions provide an instant luxury
resort feel. Snowbirds and visitors
seeking sunshine and great weather
come from Canada, the Midwest and
Intermountain regions. Visitors from
California and Las Vegas come to
Mesquite to escape.
Mesquite has become a magnet
for outdoor recreationists seeking
spectacular trails for ATV’s, biking,
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hiking and walking. It is there Nevada
base camp before venturing out on
day trips to take in the national parks
with Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon.
Mesquite has long been known for
its escape for gaming fun and day spa
treatments, as well as championship
events, tournaments and sports
camps for softball, baseball, soccer,
lacrosse, youth football, boxing
and others. Many of the Mesquite
residents discovered this desert oasis
when they came to Mesquite to play
golf, attend a convention, or while
seeking the 24-hour fun Nevada
gaming provides.
For golfers, Mesquite has seven
championship courses including the
nationally-ranked Wolf Creek Golf
Club. That’s one tee-box for every 35
residents.
Mesquite has been one of the
fastest growing small cities and
residents new and old take pride in
their City. Mesquite residents enjoy
their clean environment and welcome
responsible businesses that are nonpolluting, low water users, that care
about their employees and have a
commitment to the community they
serve.
We invite you to experience
Mesquite and learn why we are
proud of our Oasis in the Desert. For
more information about business
services offered by Mesquite Regional
Business, Inc., visit www.MRBNV.org
or call (702) 345-3075.
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NOT JUST THE LOCAL CHOICE,
THE BETTER CHOICE
Mesa View Regional Hospital – Keeping Care Local
Mesa View Regional Hospital
has been providing quality health
care services to Mesquite and the
surrounding area for more than 10
years. Having opened in July of 2004,
Mesa View provides a full-range of
inpatient and outpatient hospital
services. These services include
an Intensive Care Unit, Medical/
Surgical, Laboratory, Radiology and
Diagnostic Therapy and Women’s
Services
including
Obstetrics.
Emergency Room services are staffed
by physicians 24 hours per day, seven
days per week.
Mesa View Regional Hospital
has established itself as, “Not just
the Local Choice, The Better Choice,”
and continues to be recognized
for its commitment to quality and
excellence in healthcare. Mesa
View has received the prestigious
“HealthInsight Quality Award”, and is
the only Nevada hospital to receive
this distinction four years in a row.
All survey and satisfaction scores are
consistently above national averages.
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Not only does Mesa View Regional
Hospital continue to be recognized
for its outstanding care, led by a team
of highly trained compassionate staff
and physicians, but also for its stateof-the-art technology, equipment
and commitment to excellence in all
healthcare services provided such as:
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Well-equipped surgery suites
ER and trauma room with
state-of-the-art technology
Digital
Mammography,
providing
high
quality
diagnostic imaging of the
breast
PACS system and Voice
Recognition systems that
provide fast turn-around
on final diagnostic imaging
reports to expedite care
Contemporary lab equipment
Sleep Center
Pulmonary Testing
Comfortable
Labor
and
Delivery suites
Other Health Care Services
Available -
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Convenient:
Quick Care is available for nonlife threatening treatment offering
extended hours (including Saturday)
with no appointment necessary.
Quick Care is open Monday through
Saturday from 8am to 8pm with two
locations:
• Mesquite: 1301 Bertha Howe
Avenue Suite 6, in the building
next to the hospital.
• Logandale: 1925 Whipple
Ave., Suite 30, approximately
32 miles South of Mesquite.
Specialties and services that are
available right in Mesquite include:
• Cardiology
• Internal Medicine
• Family Practice
• General Surgery
• OB/GYN
• Orthopedics
• Ophthalmology
• Pain Specialist
• Pediatrics
• Sports Medicine
• Women’s Services
What’s New at Mesa View – New
Physicians and Specialists: a ThreePeat for Mesquite!
Mesa View Regional Hospital is
pleased to welcome the following three
physicians as independent members of
the medical staff!
Dr. George Hahm
Dr. Mekdelawit
Aschenaki
Mekdelawit Aschenaki, M.D.,
(ahh-shen-aki), Cardiology.
For the first time in the history
of Mesquite, cardiology services will
be available full time! She is available
Monday through Friday and sees
patients at Mesa View Medical Group.
Dr. Aschenaki recently moved her family
to Mesquite from New Orleans. “I look
forward to making Mesquite my home
and to caring for patients while getting
to know them,’ said Dr. Aschenaki. “ I
believe in long term relationships with
my patients and encouraging healthy
lifestyles.”
Dr.
Aschenaki
received
her
Fellowship in Cardiology from the Tulane
University School of Medicine, Heart and
Vascular Institute in New Orleans. She
began her education by attaining her
undergraduate degree in Chemistry and
Biology in Southern Nevada, and then
earned a Doctor of Pharmacy from the
Creighton University School of Pharmacy
in Omaha, Nebraska. She received
her MD, from Rush University Medical
School in Chicago and completed her
Internal Medicine Residency at the
prestigious and nationally acclaimed
Boston University Medical Center.
Dr. Aschenaki can be reached at
Mesa View Medical Group, 702-3460800.
Dr. Cort Leavitt
George Hahm, M.D.,
General Surgery.
Cort Leavitt, M.D.,
Family Practice.
Dr. Hahm recently moved his family
to Mesquite from Virginia, where he
practiced at Naval Medical Center
Portsmouth. “We are excited about
living in Mesquite and making this
our home,” commented Hahm. “I look
forward to working with the staff and
expanding general surgery services in
the community,” he continued.
Dr. Hahm completed his Master
of Health Science in Molecular
Microbiology and Immunology from
Johns Hopkins University, and his M.D.
from Saint Louis University School of
Medicine. .
Upon completion of his General
Surgical training, Dr. Hahm served as the
ship’s surgeon for USS Harry S Truman
and George H.W. Bush in the Persian
Gulf. Most recently, Dr. Hahm has
been a staff surgeon at Naval Medical
Center in Portsmouth, VA where he
was actively involved in the training of
general surgery residents and medical
students.
Dr. Hahm can be reached at Mesa
View Medical Group’s surgery office,
702-346-1700.
Dr. Leavitt with his wife and three
children recently moved to Mesquite
from Janesville, Wisconsin, where he
practiced at Mercy Medical Center.
“We are looking forward to making
Mesquite our home with its small
town environment, close to family and
where I grew up,” commented Leavitt.
“I am excited about being involved in
this great community and providing
health care for patients of all ages,” he
concluded.
He graduated Magna Cum Laude in
Biology from Southern Utah University.
Dr. Leavitt completed his internship and
residency through the Mercy Health
System Family Medicine Residency
Program at Mercy South Clinic in
Janesville, Wisconsin.
Dr. Leavitt can be reached at 702346-0800, Mesa View Medical Group, or
visit www.mesaviewmedical.com.
For more information about all of the physicians and
specialists available, visit www.mesaviewhospital.com
and click on ‘find a physician’, or call 702-346-8040.
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MESQUITE HEALTHCARE COALITION
The Mesquite Healthcare Coalition is a group of local healthcare
businesses working together as a unified voice to emphasize the
critical need for the local community to embrace economic growth
in order to sustain current and future health care infrastructure
elements by promoting, maintaining and enhancing the following:
1. Collaboration and Mutual Support
2. Services Enhancement
3. Economic Development
4. Education
5. Philanthropy
Pillar Statements:
Collaboration and Mutual Support: Our members pledge our mutual
support and our collaboration
for the betterment of one
another’s respective businesses.
We understand that the industry
of healthcare is increasingly
interdependent and we aim to
improve communication, share
ideas and knowledge, support the
transition of patient care from one
provider to another and improve the
experience that our patients have
with us so that their business will stay
with us in Mesquite. As problems or
concerns arise, we will work together
to ensure the mutual success of all
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our businesses as we rely upon each
other and good reputations in the
community.
Services Enhancement: We represent the healthcare
providers who serve Mesquite and
the surrounding areas. The coalition
supports improvements to the
quality of care currently given by
invested, caring and professionally
trained individuals. Also, we seek to
promote additional services in the
future.
Economic Development: Realizing that healthy economic
growth is critical to maintaining
and expanding healthcare services
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in the community, we will monitor
development / political activity and
keep informed about current and
upcoming issues which may or may
not warrant behind the scenes and/
or public support or opposition. Any
significant impact on the outcome
of these issues will be the result of
strategically utilizing the effective
tool of communicating as a unified
voice to elected officials and other
community members.
Education: The coalition believes that education
can create opportunities and change
lives. We know that promoting the
importance of education will, in turn,
develop a skilled workforce in our
community and enhance our socioeconomic status.
Educating the community, government body, business professionals
and our youth on healthcare issues,
insurance awareness, job opportunities and overall importance of quality
healthcare is our purpose.
Philanthropy: In every community there are
opportunities to offer recognition
and support to talented individuals
who may lack resources with financial
aid through scholarships, grants
and other instruments. Through
the development of a coalition
foundation, these opportunities
will be offered for the purposes of
expanding and improving healthcare
services in the community. The
foundation is funded through the
generous support of healthcare
professionals and other community
members who see the value of this
endeavor.
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The College of Southern Nevada
(CSN) creates opportunities and
changes lives through access to
quality teaching, services, and
experiences that enrich our diverse
community.
The largest and most ethnically
diverse higher education institution
in Nevada, CSN has three main
campuses in Las Vegas, North Las
Vegas and Henderson, and multiple
sites and centers in its service region.
Students have the opportunity to
choose from more than 200 degree
and certificate options in more
than 120 areas of study, including
30 degree and certificate programs
available entirely online.
Having a college in the city of
Mesquite offers students the option of
taking classes locally. Many students
go away to college but end up
coming back because they felt lost in
the university experience or they did
not have a direction in mind for their
education. Students can take classes
with CSN while still in high school
through its Jumpstart Program, and
many continue after graduating
before leaving to continue their
education at a four-year university.
Some of the benefits of attending
CSN classes in Mesquite are the
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small class sizes, well-trained faculty
(no grad assistants as teachers), the
array of available general education
classes, and the lowest tuition costs
of any higher education institution in
Southern Nevada. It’s a real bargain
compared to other public and private
options.
CSN’s Mesquite site has been an
essential part of its community for over
20 years, with offices in such areas as
the local high school, a modular trailer,
and in a storefront. Approximately
nine years ago CSN was fortunate to
have the Mesquite Mayor and several
City Council members pushing for a
permanent location for CSN and we
now sit at the site of the old Virgin
Valley Elementary School. CSN’s
building is separate from the rest of
the “Mesquite Campus” and offers a
computer room, a phlebotomy lab, a
nursing assistant training lab, a casino
table gaming, and EMT room and six
classrooms.
In addition, the CSN Division of
Workforce & Economic Development,
which facilitates the non-credit
classes, also provides workforce
training,
personal
enrichment
and customized business training
opportunities for the community at
large.
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Students choosing CSN college
classes have the opportunity to stay
at home in Mesquite, save money
and complete their associate degrees
in the traditional classroom setting
or online with support from the CSN
site and its employees. Future goals
for CSN’s Mesquite site are increasing
class offerings even further, expand
the facility and become a customized
training center for new and existing
businesses.
Please visit our website at: www.
csn.edu or for local information
and schedules go to www.csn.edu/
mesquite.
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Virgin Valley Elementary
200 Woodbury Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
Phone: (702) 346-5761
Hughes, Charles Arthur Middle School
550 Hafen Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027-5940
Phone: (702) 346-3250
Virgin Valley High School
820 Valley View Dr
Mesquite, NV 89027-3105
Phone: (702) 346-2780
Joseph L. Bowler Sr. Elementary School
451 Vincen Leavitt Avenue
Bunkerville, NV 89007
Phone: (702) 346-1900
MESQUITE VETERANS CENTER
The dreams of a few became
the realization of many. Yes, the
persistence of a few hardworking
and determined veterans with a
dream developed into our veterans’
center. After they got the ball rolling,
many others joined in to develop
this significant project into what it is
today----a beautiful place that serves
the veterans and their families with a
plethora of activities.
Ed Fizer was the innovator and
motivator with the help of founding
fathers, Tony Hardway, Jim Brown,
Mark Buchannon, and Bob Barquist.
Significant assistance was provided
by Jesse Marsh, Bill Lilleinthal, Art
Hammerschmidt,
Roger
Gessel,
Harold Straley, John Nettle and many
others.
Initially a mortgage was taken out
through Nevada State Bank to support
the center, but due to the generosity
of several individuals who donated a
motor home and a boat, the center
was able to start a bank account. With
the unbelievable help and support of
Sun City, the center was able to pay
off the mortgage in very short order.
A sincere thank you to those who
supported and donated, especially
Sun City, the Mesquite business
community, the Exchange Club and
the Eureka Casino and Resort. Also a
thank you to the citizens of Mesquite.
Once we got the center, much
remained to be done, and volunteers
came to our aid. Veterans with
experience as pipe fitters, electricians,
carpenters and general repair came
and helped put our center in shape.
It took some time and a lot of blood,
sweat and tears, but no negative
thoughts as moved forward.
Jesse Marsh and his famous
pickup truck moved furniture and
anything else we could fit into it to
and from various locations. Prior to
moving into the center, our service
organizations had to scramble to
find places to hold meetings. Now
the VFW, American Legion, and
Vietnam Veterans had its own place
to hold meetings and events. Later
the Modern Warfare group joined
the service organizations within the
center.
With the inside looking good, the
outside needed attention and our
own Don Muse took charge with help
from volunteers. Through the work
of talented artist Jerry Greenway, we
now have a flagpole surrounded by
unique insignias of all the services.
Thank you, Jerry. What a great job.
Various plants beautify the area and
we now have a victory bridge near the
parking lot.
As time moved on and our
organization grew, we knew that we
would eventually need to expand.
A wonderful gentleman stopped
by one day and offered to pay for
an expansion of our center. He is a
veteran as is his brother, and said he
wanted a worthwhile cause to leave
some of his assets. We have recently
completed the 25% expansion which
is now the Bob Meibaum Addition,
in honor of the man who made it
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possible. Much of the expansion was
spearheaded by Ken Maynard and
Don Muse and we thank them for
their hard work and dedication.
The Mesquite Veterans Center
is the only center in the United
States that houses all four service
organizations in one building. In
addition, through the generosity of
veterans, their families and others we
have a significant collection of military
artifacts that include weapons,
uniforms, awards, documents and
other unique memorabilia all in
display cases or on mannequins. We
are extremely proud of our center and
the accomplishments that we have
made through the unselfish efforts of
our veterans.
The center at 840 Hafen Lane is
equipped to allow community groups
and residents to use the building
on request for meetings as well as
private events. To schedule your
event contact Center President Ken
Maynard (702) 345-3361.
The center also has a Veterans
Service Officer, Jim Brown, who can
assist with veterans who have issues.
He can be reached at (702) 345-3361.
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SUN CITY MESQUITE BY DEL WEBB
Del Webb’s flagship community,
Nevada’s Sun City Mesquite, offers a
variety of state-of-the-art amenities
in a location that features abundant
recreational, retail and entertainment
destinations for active adults.
Residents of Sun City Mesquite
enjoy private access to a 30,000 sq.
ft. Community Recreation Center,
which provides a complete range of
recreation and social opportunities.
Inside, the center features a large,
climate-controlled swimming pool
that provides year-round possibilities
for lap swimming and water aerobics
classes.
Other indoor features include:
a heated spa, a two-story fitness
center with upper level walking
track (offering panoramic views
across the nearby mesa), a kitchen,
a large central hall, a billiards room,
a lounge with a plasma screen
television, computer kiosks, and
rooms designated for various classes,
hobbies and clubs.
A highlight of the community
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All homes built by Del
Webb are constructed
with energy efficiency
in mind, providing
added value for
homeowners.
is the Conestoga Golf Club, a
championship 18-hole golf course
managed by Troon Golf. Additional
outdoor features include: An 18hole putting course, walking trails, a
resort-style swimming pool designed
for recreation and surrounded by
lounge chairs and ample shaded
areas, two heated spas, plus tennis,
bocce and pickle ball courts.
Sun City Mesquite offers new
home designs starting from the low
$200s. The community features 7
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single-story newly designed models,
ranging from approximately 1,500 to
2,500 square feet. These new floor
plans will offer an array of options,
including bright sun rooms, flexible
living spaces and abundant storage.
New homes will highlight two- and
three-bedroom configurations in
up to 2,500+ square feet of energy
efficient living area.
All homes built by Del Webb are
constructed with energy efficiency
in mind, providing added value
for homeowners. By purchasing
a home built to these standards,
homeowners enjoy improved indoor
air quality, reduced heating and
cooling costs, and increased comfort,
durability and quality.
Sun City Mesquite is located
approximately 80 miles north of
Las Vegas and just 37 minutes
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MESQUITE BUSINESS SUMMIT
FOCUSING ON TODAY AND ENVISIONING TOMORROW
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Annually the Mesquite Regional
Business, Inc and the Mesquite
Chamber of Commerce jointly host
the Mesquite Business Summit on a
designated day during the first twoweeks of November, between 5:30
PM and 8:00 PM. The joint venture
is designed to inform the residents
and business community alike about
what is on the economic horizon, to
highlight changes and trends effecting
local economic drivers for the Mesquite
region.
The event spotlights a keynote
speaker followed by a panel of local
experts representing the Mesquite
region’s economic drivers, such
as recreational tourism, gaming,
residential housing, and healthcare.
Previous keynote speakers include Tom
Skancke, President & CEO of the Las
Vegas Global Economic Alliance, and
Steve Hill, Director for the Governor’s
Office of Economic Development. A
question and answer session is open to
Summit attendees.
The Mesquite Business Summit
is not intended to be a fund raiser
for either organization. Annually the
ticket prices vary depending upon
event venues and other related
costs. Individual tickets and table
sponsorships are available. Typically
hot hors d’oeuvres are served and early
reservations are suggested due to prior
years event’s selling-out early.
For more information about this
highly successful event, please call
Mesquite Regional Business, Inc.
at (702) 345-3075 or the Mesquite
Chamber of Commerce at (702) 3462902.
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a non-profit economic development
organization whose focus is to enhance
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GREATER MESQUITE ARTS FOUNDATION
When asked about the local arts
scene in Mesquite, Nevada, residents
respond enthusiastically and across
the board. “Sure! We’ve got painters.
Dancers too.” Another adds “drawing
class.” A few mention the theatre.
All are correct…mostly. There is a
vibrant and growing Arts Community
here, and the Greater Mesquite Arts
Foundation (GMAF) is an integral part
of the whole.
In 2007, a group of likeminded citizens came together and
established GMAF, a registered notfor-profit corporation in Nevada. In its
capacity as a 501(c)(3), GMAC proudly
advocates for and helps fund the nonprofit arts organizations in the area. In
addition to providing much needed
venues, the all-volunteer membership
serves as the Board of Directors,
maintains an office, hosts a monthly
Round Table, seeks grants and raises
funds, and provides community
outreach and education. In the spring
of 2014, $10,000 was distributed
among the 5 associate organizations.
Early collaboration with the
Nevada Arts Council (NAC) helped
establish GMAF as a liaison for rural
area grants. These monies helped fund
the first Mesquite Arts Festival & Fair.
Additional grants enabled the Virgin
Valley Artists Association to begin their
Get Smart and Stay Smart programs
working with young children and
seniors. Basic grant writing classes
were held for the groups, and with
their success came funds. The City
of Mesquite recognized GMAF as
a large grant recipient that could
distribute the monies within the local
Arts organizations. Despite economic
challenges and dwindling resources,
the grant seeking, fund raising,
communication and coordination
within the Art Community and NAC
remains constant and strong.
Education is a cornerstone for
GMAF and its purpose to enhance
public awareness of and support
for the arts; and to promote the arts
and culture in and around the city of
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Mesquite. The GMAF membership is
actively involved with publicizing and
expanding community awareness of
their partner organizations.
The Mesquite Arts Council
(MAC) acts as a booking agent to
identify and bring outside attractions
to this area. They have presented
BYU music and dance, the Missoula
Childrens’ Theater, individual artists,
and statewide poetry groups. Their
efforts enlighten and benefit gradeschoolers to grandparents. An annual
Holiday Festival of Trees provides
local artists and groups a stage for
their skills as well as a fundraising
opportunity.
The Virgin Valley Artists
Association (VVAA) operates the
Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery and
Classroom on Mesquite Blvd. Monthly
exhibitions have expanded to
include state and national - as well
as local - talent. Paintings in many
mediums, jewelry, pottery, sculpture,
fabric, and ‘clever ideas’ are offered
daily. The Gallery showcases this
individual excellence and expression
in frequently changing displays. Also
offered are art and pottery classes.
Within the Gallery are lectures,
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receptions and fundraisers. Volunteer
members warmly welcome everyone
to “spend some time and perhaps find
a gift.”
The Mesquite Toes Tap Team
(MTTT) may well be the ‘most active
seniors’ in all of Nevada! For 11
years these women have voluntarily
spent hours learning and practicing
tap dance routines and raising
money. Their well-choreographed
performances regularly sell out
to loyal fans, and new shows are
greeted enthusiastically. They accept
invitations and travel both near and
far: California, New York City, World
Cruise Lines, and Branson, MO are all
on the itinerary this year. While the
average age bounces around the mid
70s, the Mesquite Toes continually
exhibit skill, vigor and vitality. They
are living proof that healthy exercise
leads to a lot of fun living!
The Virgin Valley Theater Group
(VVTG) has a myriad of characters
comprising their cast of performers.
Volunteer members also provide
support backstage, help build and
break down sets, make/alter costumes,
and create publicity. All rehearse!
This talented group successfully
presents
recognized
comedies,
dramas and musicals each year. Their
‘seasonal’ audience is growing in both
appreciation and sophistication. New
this summer is a “Fly Willie” Actors
Workshop in developmental theatre.
Classes and rehearsals will hopefully
culminate in a spring performance.
Another newborn is the Shakespeare
Workshop, a study to help ‘demystify,
The Bard.’ Performances are held in
the Mesquite Community Theatre on
Yucca St.
The Ms. Senior Mesquite
Pageant (MSMP) also builds stage
presence and confidence for
everyone involved. Adapting to life
as a retired senior presents challenges
for many. MSMP volunteers enjoy
helping their peers rediscover
unused talents, develop public poise
and become involved with the arts.
Interested women of 60 and more are
invited into coaching, competition,
camaraderie and community action.
MSMP is the first local step before
statewide and national contests. For
many contestants their Pageant has
opened new doors to a more vital
retirement in Mesquite.
In addition to enhancing the
awareness and support of these
5 arts organizations, the Greater
Mesquite Arts Foundation is bound
to provide venues for the display of
the creative talents of performers,
artists and crafters. The City and
GMAF partnered in a Memorandum
of Understanding (MOU), for the
management of the theatre in the
old school complex on Yucca St.
With City redevelopment funds,
some professional and determined
volunteer help, the old cafeteria
was transformed into a 200 seat
theatre! The opening performance
of ‘Cowgirls’ was on March 6, 2009.
The Mesquite Community Theatre
committee, MCT is responsible
for the daily operations, many
ongoing equipment improvements,
scheduling and growth.
Their
valuable Theatre Guild staffs and runs
the Box Office, 5 satellite locations,
the Ushers and snack bar. The theatre
is dark only in the hottest part of the
summer.
The Board and volunteers of
GMAF continue to be an advocate
voice for the arts community in all
weather, 365 days a year. They make
City Council announcements, publish
quarterly calendars, and encourage
increased theatre use. The heart of
advocacy is done face to face. The
arts are for everyone, in some way.
Conversation, attendance, invitations
to the theatre, and constant support
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of all the organizations’ activities is a
way of serving, a way of increasing
awareness.
Advocacy and support also
embrace those just coming to
the Arts Community. GMAF has
recently embraced two new groups
as Committees within GMAF. The
Mesquite Showgirls are an active
volunteer group aiding businesses
and organizations as cheerful,
colorful greeters, ushers, ticket sellers.
Their vivacious, outgoing energy is
welcomed in Mesquite. Also new to
GMAF is the newly formed Southern
Nevada Symphonic Orchestra which
will debut November 22, 2014 in the
Mesquite Community Theatre. This
volunteer group, spearheaded by Dr.
and Mrs. Selmer Spitzer, will provide
a much needed musical sphere in the
arts community. The glorious sound
of orchestral music is welcomed to
Mesquite.
At the end of the performance, the
bills must be paid. Unquestionably,
art needs to be seen to be appreciated,
to grow. In order to support the arts
community, GMAF actively seeks grant
monies, bequests and donations. They
also present an annual Hearts for the
Arts Gala in February. Featuring silent
and live auctions, entertainment and
excellent food, this event is a dress up,
sit down, served dinner Special Night
Out. Following this months-long
effort, all available funds for the year
are shared among the nonprofit Arts
Community.
The $10,000 distributed this past
year reached an Arts Community that
is an integral part of the Mesquite
Community. Art may be one persons
view of everyday beauty brought to
your attention. It may be hearing a
song echoed in your own heart. Art,
in lesson form or seen as a play, may
inspire you to discover an exciting
new facet to yourself. The money,
hard earned by people like yourself,
is spent primarily to introduce you to
the gifts and pleasures of the arts. You
are cordially invited to spend some of
your time exploring the arts in Greater
Mesquite.
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CLOSE TO NATURE
Grand Canyon-Parashant
National Monument
Grand Canyon - Parashant’s
natural splendor provides a sense of
solitude to those who venture into
its isolated domain. Located on the
edge of one of the most beautiful
places on earth, the Grand Canyon,
the Monument extends over a
million acres north of the Canyon to
the Nevada border.
Rising in two great stair steps
from the Mojave Desert, the
dramatic Grand Wash Cliffs create the
rugged spine of the Grand CanyonParashant. These dramatic cliffs
mark the intersection between four
distinct ecological communities—
the Sonoran and Mojave deserts and
the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau.
The resulting diverse ecosystem,
ranging from stark, arid desert to
lush, high plateaus, creates a unique
habitat for wildlife.
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Deep, intricate canyons, jagged
mountains, frozen lava flows and
lonely buttes await visitors and offer
testimony to the earth’s geologic
record.
Relatively
undisturbed
Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary
rock layers, rich in fossils, offer a clear
glimpse of the region’s geologic
history.
The Monument should be visited
with careful planning and respect.
This land is vast and wild and there
are no services available.
Valley of Fire State Park
Between Mesquite and Las Vegas
(approx. 40 miles) lies the Valley of Fire
State Park. This 26,000-acre desert is
Nevada’s oldest state park. The sevenmile drive through the park offers the
opportunity for exploring ancient
Indian petroglyphs, photographing
brilliant red rock formations, spotting
the speedy roadrunner and getting
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a glimpse of a rare kit fox or spotted
skunk.
Zion
National Park
Zion National Park, in Utah, was
established in 1919. It has massive,
2,000-foot high cliffs, separated by
narrow hiking trails and riverbeds.
The six-mile road through Zion treats
visitors to amazing stone formations
and red cliffs with majestic names
such as Angels Landing, Great White
Throne and the Three Patriarchs. The
park is open year round and dons a
new set of colors for each of the four
seasons.
The park may be toured by
vehicle, bicycle or tram. Horseback
rides are available. Hiking trails are
available and three are accessible
by wheelchair, as are some of the
camping areas.
Lake Mead
Recreational Area
Lake Mead National Recreation
Area (NRA) offers a wealth of
things to do and places to go
year-round. Its huge lakes cater to
boaters, swimmers, sunbathers, and
fishermen while its desert rewards
hikers, wildlife photographers, and
roadside sightseers.
Bryce Canyon
National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park,
further north and east of Utah’s Zion
Park, is home to 56 square miles
of colorful limestone spires. The
park is open year round and offers
hiking, horseback riding, camping,
ranger-led hikes, geology talks
and cross-country skiing. Snow is
common from November through
March and provides an opportunity
to enjoy cross-country skiing and
snowshoeing.
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Gold Butte: Nevada’s
piece of the Grand
Canyon
South of Mesquite where
the Virgin River meanders past
the mountains into Lake Mead
and down to the Colorado
River, lies an area known as
Gold Butte—Nevada’s “piece
of the Grand Canyon.” Gold
Butte is so-called because of
the area’s wide-open views
of lands from Lake Mead
all the way to the Grand
Wash Cliffs in the Grand CanyonParashant National Monument across
the border in Arizona. Gold Butte
entices the adventurous with names
like Rattlesnake Peak, Hell’s Kitchen
and Paradise Valley. The area boasts
550 square miles for exploration,
photography, nature study, and
a tranquility only wilderness can
provide.
Gold Butte is recognized as
an Area of Critical Environmental
Concern for the threatened desert
tortoise and other Mojave Desert
in this rugged backcountry! Gold Butte has over 500 miles
of designated roads and ATV
trails, and includes the Gold
Butte Back County Byway. The Byway is a 60 mile loop;
the first 20 miles is paved,
the next 20 miles is graded
and the last 20 miles is highclearance 4x4 recommended. Be sure to bring your camera,
the photography vistas and
scenery are incredible in this
Gold Butte
part of the country. Maps
and information are available
wildlife, such as bighorn sheep, Gila
at www.blm.gov or www.
monsters and burrowing owls. The friendsofgoldbutte.org.
best time to view wildlife is at sunset
Presently there are no designated
and sunrise, especially during the hiking trails in Gold Butte. Although,
spring and fall seasons.
the ATV trails may be used for
What you will also find in Gold hiking, biking and trail running. Butte is an experience of the old West: Opportunity for cross-country hiking
ranching and mining history, past is endless; incorporate a spring in
signs of Native American cultures your destination to include wildlife
and landscape vistas unbroken by and bird watching. In the fall, the
powerlines or other development. southern portion of Gold Butte offers
You will not find restrooms, water or excellent upland game bird hunting.
visitor information.
Recreation opportunities abound
The off-road riding
season is officially here
With temperatures finally
out of triple digits, you might
be asking yourself what is
there to do when I am not
playing golf. Let me clue you
in on some of the gems you
are missing if you are not on
an ATV.
First is the camaraderie,
it’s all about spending quality
time with friends and family in
the great outdoors. The world
is a complicated and hectic
place and when we are out on the trail
those things don’t matter.
Second, is the spiritual connection.
Most of us feel more alive when we
are immersed in the great outdoors.
The smell of sage or wildflowers or
watching one of our amazing sunsets
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really makes you feel real.
Third, the exploration. If you want
a modern day treasure hunt then
try geocaching. There are literally
hundreds of hidden caches within
a 50 mile proximity to Mesquite. If
you are wondering what geocaching
is all about, then you’re not alone.
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Geocaching involves looking
up gps coordinates that can
be found at www.geocaching.
com. Once you have located
some near Mesquite then it’s
time to go find them. All you
need is a handheld gps, plug
in the coordinates and go find
the cache. Many of the caches
are only accessible by an ATV.
If you don’t know where
to ride there is a couple of ATV
riding clubs that hardly cost
anything to join and yet offer
organized rides several times
a month. St. George Bureau
of Land Management (BLM) office
on River Road, have several detailed
maps that can keep you from getting
stranded, as well as showing you
designated off road routes.
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package for the guaranteed lowest price. This amazing package includes golf,
group scoring, cart, merchandise credit, and select food and beverage options
for one ea
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event professional to ensure every one off these amazing benefits is utilized by
the group. Make no mistake —“Conestoga Cares”— and
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GOLF
Photo courtesy of Rob Krieger
Beaver Dam Lodge, Golf & RV Resort
452 Old Highway 91 North
Beaver Dam, AZ 86432
928-347-2222
www.historicbeaverdamlodge.com
The 9-hole executive course is truly an oasis course, providing
great Arizona desert resort golf, a unique golf vacation and an
ideal winter getaway. The course is an enjoyable play for golfers of all skill levels.
CasaBlanca Golf Club
1100 W. Hafen Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-6764
www.itsmesquite.com
This 18 hole scenic masterpiece is artfully interwoven with
the character and contours of Sun City Mesquite’s spectacular
landforms. Undulating through canyons with gently ascending
and descending elevations, rugged rock outcroppings and
tranquil water elements, the integrity of the land is preserved
at every opportunity. The masterful design and creativity
of famed golf course designer, Gary Panks, provides this
championship course the appearance of being crafted by
nature and forged over time.
Whether you are a novice or an avid player, everyone will
enjoy the dramatic beauty the course showcases as it meanders
through the heart of the community. Tranquil, yet infused
with great drama, grand view corridors delight residents and
visitors alike. Already awarded by Golfweek Magazine as “One
of the Best You Can Play”, in Nevada - #11 & “Best Trips” by
GOLF Magazine - March 2011.
Conestoga Golf Club is professionally managed by
Troon Golf.
Falcon Ridge Golf Club
1024 Normandy Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-6363
www.golffalcon.com
The 18 holes were carved and woven through the natural
hills and valleys with mountain vistas providing amazing backdrops as the course snakes through the desert. Playability is
at a premium with multiple tee boxes for all different abilities
providing every player challenging golf with a blend of pure
simplicity.
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Conestoga Golf Club
1499 Falcon Ridge Pkwy
Mesquite, NV 89034
702-346-4292
www.conestogagolf.com
The Palms Golf Club
530 Peppermill Palms Blvd
Littlefield, AZ 86432
702-346-4067
www.itsmesquite.com
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Ready Golf and Gear (Golf Retail Store)
550 W. Pioneer Blvd #156
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-GOLF
www.readygolfandgear.com
The Palmer – Oasis Golf Club
100 Palmer Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7820
www.theoasisgolfclub.com
This is a full service retail golf shop with an indoor putting
green, full swing golf simulator, club fitting & repair, the latest in golf equipment and full lines of both men’s and ladies
apparel. The courteous and knowledgeable staff can help
you with all your golfing needs. 2010 Mesquite Chamber of
Commerce - “Business of the Year.“
Golfers won’t be surprised to hear that this scenic wonder
was designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer. The course was
also the backdrop for “Big Break—Mesquite” in 2007.
The course allows players to create dramatic shots to
slot canyon fairways. Elevated tees that promote panoramic
views while providing challenges for even your most seasoned
player. The dramatic beauty also provides one of the most fun
courses in the area that you will want to play again and again.
The Canyons – Oasis Golf Club
100 Palmer Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7820
www.theoasisgolfclub.com
The Canyons course was designed to complement its sister
course the Palmer. This player friendly course boasts large
fairways placed in a natural setting and is a refreshing change
of pace from the normal desert golf. Named after the
canyons in which you meander through, this course is one
you certainly must play.
HOME TO THE RE/MAX LONG
DRIVE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Every year at
the end of October
and beginning of
November,
the
most
amazing
spectacle in golf
comes home to
Mesquite to determine who will
become “The RE/
MAX Long Drive Champion of the World.” Winners from the
past include Jason Zuback and Jamie Sadlowski bombing golf
balls to the extremes, coming to rest at over 400 yards. For
two weeks, The Long Drivers of America hold qualifying for
Super Seniors, Seniors, Military and an Open Division for all
ages. ESPN is here to broadcast LIVE from the Mesquite Sports
and Events Complex. Watch the finals as The Long Drivers of
America and RE/MAX crown a New World Champion. “Tee It
High and Watch It Fly,” has a whole new meaning.
Coyote Willows Golf Club
Hafen Lane, West of Riverside
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-3222
www.coyotewillowsgolf.com Enjoy “Chamber of Commerce” days at Mesquite’s only regulation 9-hole golf course operated by volunteers who take
pride in providing a family friendly environment. Reasonable
rates and club rentals are available.
Wolf Creek Golf Club
403 Paradise Pkwy
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-1670
www.golfwolfcreek.com
Wolf Creek is not only the ultimate golf experience, but
also an 18-hole roller coaster ride over, around and through the
canyons of Mesquite, Nevada.
Wolf Creek raised the bar when it comes to golf excellence.
The par-72, 7,018-yard layout mesmerizes and challenges players from start to finish, no matter your playing ability. Lush
green fairways wind through the rugged desert terrain and
elevated tee boxes greet players with immaculate views of the
course, mountains and canyons. This stunning layout is sure to
make a round of golf memorable. Ranked #21 by Golf Digest
as one of “America’s Greatest Public Golf Courses.”
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Cash Mob
The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce organizes community-wide CASH
MOBS to encourage residents to shop locally.
The Chamber hopes to increase business for the local economy by
sparking community involvement and excitement throughout the event
CASH MOBS are fun and have only four rules:
1. Bring $20.00
2. Meet three new people
3. Bring friends along
4. Have fun
Each local business will have a CASH MOB special for $20.00 and many
have other special discounts.
IF WE ALL DO A LITTLE, WE DO A LOT!!!!!
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BICYCLE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
Mesquite is a great place to
own and ride a bicycle. The League
of American Bicyclists recently
presented a Bronze level award to
the city designating it as a “Bicycle
Friendly Community”. (BFC) The
League President Andy Clarke said,
“We are excited that Mesquite has
made the smart and vital investments
to become designated as being
“Bicycle Friendly”.
This award shows that Mesquite is
working towards more safe bicycling
conditions. Only 303 communities
across America have received the
designation which will also allow
us to benchmark progress towards
improving bicycle friendliness and
safety.
A group of Mesquite residents
worked with the city staff to discuss
such things as bike lanes, signs and
pavement markings. This advisory
2014-2018
group is currently working to bring
some very exciting and fun events to
Mesquite.
The climate in Mesquite is
particularly good for getting outside
and riding a bike. Even on the hottest
days, the morning are cool and on the
trails you may see a skunk or a coyote
or a fox. You will definitely see many
rabbits.
The terrain is perfect for bicyclists
of any level or skill or strength. One
side of town is flat, with the other
side offering altitude changes to
challenge even a strong rider. If you
are looking for variety, try a ride out
past Bunkerville on the new path.
If distance and endurance is you
challenge, try the back roads out
toward St. George.
When you are on a bike, you can
set your own pace, clear your mind,
feel the wind in your hair and just love
life in Mesquite.
For more information on the local
Advisory Group, contact Ken Cook
at [email protected], Nancy
Hewett at [email protected] or
Bunny Wiseman at [email protected]
com.
NOW LEASING!
The Brickyard Plaza
• Mesquite Premier Business Center
• Abundant Parking
• Suites Starting At 760 Square Feet
• Excellent Visibility and Signage
• Downtown Hi-Traffic Main Boulevard Location • Professional On-Site Management
For further information, contact:
Steve Palmer (800) 551-0345
355 W. Mesquite Blvd., Mesquite, NV 89027
SU-0000174899
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JUNIOR GOLF - VVJGA
Growing the Game...The Virgin Valley Junior
Golf Association (V V J G A) provides group
instruction and a summer tournament program
for the area junior golfers to participate in
throughout the summer. Program Coordinator
Marsha Sherwood and Tom Winchester Junior
Program Facilitator, begin in May signing up
juniors for the program that starts with clinics
in the beginning part of June. The program runs
into August capping off with an awards banquet
for the young golfers and their families. It is
open to all juniors from ages 6 through 18 and
are still in school. With strong support by the
area courses, instruction is provided by many of
the local Golf Professionals with additional help
by parents and volunteers. Lessons are held at
local courses and Mesquite Gaming donates
many of the resources to make the program of
60 juniors a success year in and year out. For
more information call the Palms Golf Course at
702-346-4067
THE DUCKS ARE COMING
Mark your calendar for a Great
Time, The Mesquite Chamber of
Commerce Ducky Derby!!
This year’s Derby will be held
on April 4th, 2015, Location to be
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announced at a later time.
If you missed our first ever Derby
last year you missed a great time and
this year will be a Quacking Event you
won’t want to miss.
You will be able to sponsor a
Duck for only $5.00 and then watch
it paddle its way across the finish
line. You can expect to see some 500
ducks jump in the water at one time,
paddling there little webs to be the
first across the finish line. Last year’s
winning ducks where Deputy Duck,
Sir Quacks and Disco Duck!
Some Lucky Ducky Sponsors this
year will win cash prizes as the first
three ducks cross the line.
Bring the family, have a picnic
and have a quacking fun time. This is
an event for all ages
Come meet our Very Own Mr.
Ducky and receive a treat that he will
have for every child that attends.
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We plan to have a Pluck a Duck
prize for one of the dedicated Ducks
that didn’t finish in front that we have
to help out.
Please come and enjoy this year’s
Ducky Derby with your family and
friends on April 4th, 2015.
MESQUITE SENIOR GAMES
BASKETBALL SKILLS
Event information:
Participation is open to as many participants that register for
the event. There will be 3 separate events in the basketball
skills competition.
Free Throw Contest: 25 shots per participant.
Hot Shot Contest: each participant will have 1 minute to
score as many as points as possible from different
spots on the floor. Each spot on the floor is worth different
amounts of points.
Three Point Contest: each participant will shoot 4 balls from
5 different racks on the floor. Each ball is worth 1 point
except for the final “money” ball in each rack which is worth
2 points.
April 2015
BOCCE BALL
Event: Men and Women BOCCE BALL
Men and Women singles,
Men and Women doubles
4 Person team
702-346-0244
[email protected]
BOWLING
Events: Handicapped Singles and Handicapped Doubles.
Tournament (USBC average rules apply).
GOLF 18 HOLES
Event Information: This will be “No Handicap” tournament
for ladies and men.
U.S.G.A. Rules will govern event
Dress code; Shorts may be worn, denim is not allowed, shirt
with collar required.
PICKLEBALL
Events: Men’s, Women’s & Mixed Pickleball
Women’s Doubles
Men’s Singles
Men’s Doubles
Women’s Singles
Mixed Doubles
TARGET PISTOL
Events: Rim fire, Center fire. The course of fire for each event
will be 12 rounds in 1 minute from each of 7, 10, 15 yards at
50’ silhouette targets.
Note: Pistols or revolvers, iron sights only, Rim fire and
Center fire as separate events.
Enter one or both events.
TEAM SOFTBALL
Event: Men’s- Women’s team softball
First Place Gold Medal
Second Place Silver Medal
Third Place Bronze Medal
TENNIS
Registration Rules:
Participants must indicate their doubles and mixed doubles
partners’ names.
Participants may enter a maximum of 2 events. The 2 events
may include a maximum of one each of doubles and/or
mixed doubles.
All brackets will be filled by a random draw.
Winners of the semi-finals will play for gold and silver medals. Loser of the semi-final will playoff for the bronze medal.
TRACK & FIELD
Events: (Walk): 1500m, 3000m, 5000m (Run): 50m, 100m,
200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m, 5000m, Shot Put,
Discus, Javelin, Softball Throw, Long Jump, Standing Long
Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump.
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GOLF IN MESQUITE
Mesquite is known for its Awesome Golf and what
could be better than enjoying golf by playing in the
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce’s 10th Annual Golf
Tournament. This year’s tournament is being held on
Saturday, August 1st, 2015. We have seven wonderful
courses vying for the opportunity to host this year’s event.
Please check with the Chamber to find out where we play
this year. www.mesquite-chamber.com
Just know this is an event you won’t want to miss!!
We will have 144 players with a Shotgun Scramble
lining up at 7:00 A.M.
You will want to purchase mulligans and raffle tickets
before you start.
Lunch will be served with awards presented to first,
second and third place winning teams. We will then have a
raffle with great prizes donated by our wonderful sponsors.
We plan to have a putting contest with the top three
having a put off for $5,000 for a hole in one. How exciting
is that!
This Golfing Adventure in Mesquite will give you a
challenge with lots of fun.
Plan to put a team together and come join us at the
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce’s 10th Annual Golf
Tournament August 1st, 2015.
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
11 Pioneer Blvd,
12 W. Mesquite
Suite C Blvd.
Suite (702)
107 (702)346-2902
346-2902
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COMING SOON…….TO A THEATER NEAR YOU!!
Coming Soon…….to a theater near you!!
The Third Annual ‘Best of Fest’ Film Festival is scheduled to take place in the Fall, 2015. Sponsored
by the Eureka Community Initiative, the festival screens some of the best films from Dixie State
University’s ‘DocUtah’ film festival. This will be the third running of the ‘Best of Fest’, and it gets bigger
and better every year!
The festival consists of an Opening Night Reception and premiere screening, followed by a few
days and nights of screening, and concluding with a fabulous ‘Wrap Party’ at the Eureka.
Please remember that 100% of all sales will benefit the ‘Mesquite Reads’ program! The summer
reading program is a successful collaboration between the Eureka Community Initiative, the Virgin
Valley Elementary School and Mesquite businesses, charitable organizations and residents.
A festival program will be available online at www.eurekacommunityinitiative.com prior to the
Festival.
If you haven’t been to a film festival, this is a great opportunity to have a true ‘film festival
experience’: see thought provoking films and discuss them with interesting people! If you attended
last year, bring some friends this year and enhance your experience. The ‘Audience Choice Award’ films
will be determined by you, the festival goer, through a ballot system. The winning films will be shown
on Friday evening, and recognized at the VIP Festival Wrap Party.
Lights, Camera…….Action!!!
THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF MESQUITE
The league’s Mission statement is as follows:
MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK®
THE LEAGUE OF WOMENS VOTERS OF MESQUITE
The League of Women Voters of Mesquite was started
in September 2006 by a group of very determined women.
By September 2007 they had a board and signed up with
the National League. Because they needed 20 members and
did not have quite that number they signed up some of the
husbands. The membership numbers change as members
circumstances change.
The League meets the second Saturday of each month
from September through May in the meeting room of Highland
Estates at 555 Highland Drive in Mesquite at 10:00a.m. and
is open to the public. We have a speaker each month at the
beginning of the meeting followed by our business.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan
political organization that encourages informed
and active participation of citizens in government
and works to increase understanding of major
public policy issues through education and
advocacy.
The league can help you send messages to your
elected leaders, set up forums on issues important
to you and your family, and arrange public
meetings with community leaders.
When you act with other members of The League
of Women Voters, your voice is magnified.
YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE
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COLONIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Eight years ago, Christmas in July started as a simple
idea-to replenish the soaps, lotions and other essential
items that are popular gifts for seniors at Christmas
time, just as those Christmas goodies are expected to
run out.
This program has grown considerably over the
last few years. With overwhelming support of the
community, this idea has flourished into an event that
provides the seniors at Highland Manor with more than
just the bare basics.
Carrie Gomez and the rest of the Highland Manor
staff work diligently to provide all of the elves at Colonial
Property Management with an accurate list of clothing
and shoe sizes of the residents. Included in this list are
many special requests or special needs items.
Donations are collected and sorted, and then the
shopping begins. All cash and gift card donations are
used to purchase any of the items not collected through
donations. Gift boxes are then assembled with the
resident’s special needs and requests in mind and gift
wrapped in Christmas paper at our annual wrap party.
Many of the women in Mesquite offer their help to wrap
each present.
Special requests vary greatly but some of the more popular items
are slippers, loungewear and matching sweat suits. Chocolate and
snacks are also popular requested items.
As a testament to the time period in which most of these residents
grew up, there is always at least one Elvis fan on the list, this year we
purchased “Blue Hawaii” for one of our Elvis fans.
Each resident receives shampoo, conditioner, lotion, soap,
toothbrush, toothpaste, lip balm and deodorant. Male residents also
receive a handkerchief, shaving cream and a razor. Donations have
been generous enough in the last two years to be able to include an
article of clothing for every resident, which is always popular when the
full gifts are opened.
Finishing off the personalized gift box are fun items like crossword
puzzles, stationary, crafts, perfumes, colognes, nail polishes, hair
accessories, jewelry, scarves and the wonderful knitted and crocheted
blankets we’re lucky to receive an abundance of every year.
Just like the December Christmas that we are all familiar with,
Christmas in July doesn’t just stop at gift giving. Along with the
generous donations of useful items and money, many of our community
members donate their time and talents to this event.
Our local Santa and Mrs. Clause don their winter coats for the
summer event, a yearly delight and favorite for all involved. The
Messengers quartet lend their wonderful voices for the day and sing
carols down the hall, serenading the residents as the gifts are opened.
The Mesquite Showgirls add a dose of glamour to the festivities
befitting of a desert Christmas in July.
The Highland Manor staff decorate the manor in full Holiday
fashion, complete with numerous Christmas trees and lights. Punch,
cookies and cake are served in the main halls and Christmas truly
comes alive despite the calendar and the temperatures just outside the
manor doors.
This program would be absolutely impossible without the
community support that it receives every year, and it just keeps getting
better and better. Thank you to all that get involved and lend support!
The Colonial Property Management team will begin preparation
for the next Christmas in July in March of 2015.
Please save the date; we look forward to seeing you for another
successful year. Until then, may your days be merry and bright!
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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MESQUITE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOOK SALE A HUGE SUCCESS
ALL PROCEEDS WENT TO FUND A SPECIAL SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Mesquite, Nevada - The Mesquite
Chamber of Commerce held a book
sale on Saturday, June 21st at the
Mesquite Library to benefit a reading
program for local students.
The community support was
wonderful. Several thousand books
were donated and over 1,500 books
were sold on Saturday, bringing in
over $1,000 for our kids.
The Chamber wishes to thank
the community for their support, the
Mesquite Library for graciously hosting
the event, and all the outstanding
volunteers who represented not only
the Chamber, but several other nonprofit organizations. It was truly a
community effort.
All proceeds from the book sales
go to the Eureka Community Initiative,
a non-profit charitable foundation
established by the Eureka Casino
Resort. The money raised at this
event will help fund a special summer
reading program at Virgin Valley
Elementary School. The program
targets children who are not reading
at their appropriate grade level.
For more information on the
Eureka
Community
Initiative,
please visit their website at www.
eurekacommunityinitiative.com.
For more information contact the
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce at
702-346-2902.
The event was such a huge
success; another has been scheduled
for November 8, 2014. The Chamber
will plan to support this event, along
with the Mesquite Local Library on an
annual basis every November.
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1000 FLAGS TO FLY OVER MESQUITE
FOR VETERAN’S DAY
Flags will go up for the
Exchange Club’s “1000 Flags
over Mesquite” tribute to
veterans on November 8,
2015. This is the eleventh
year the field of flags will be
erected on Old Mill Road next
to the Mesquite Recreation
Center.
To raise funds for veterans’
issues, the flags can either
be sponsored or purchased.
Each flag comes with a yellow
ribbon that says “in memory
of” or “in honor of” so the flag
sponsor can dedicate the flag
to an individual or group. The
sponsor can also decorate
the flag’s pole or create a
memorial at their flag. The
day the field is taken down
owners can take their flags or
have the Exchange Club store
them until the following year.
The 1000 Flag display is
located on the ball field east
of the Mesquite Recreation
Center on Old Mill Road. It
will be maintained for seven
days, November 8th to 15th.
All are encouraged to come
and walk through the flag
field. Read the signage on the
ribbons. Come up and talk
to whoever happens to be
managing the field and get a
little information. The field is
manned 24/7 by volunteers
and flag purchases and
sponsorships are available
onsite.
Photo by Cindi Delaney
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MESQUITE FESTIVAL OF TREES
The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce is once again
participating in Mesquite’s Festival of Trees for 2014.
The Festival of Trees for 2014 will be November 18th
through November 22nd.
Sponsored by Mesquite Arts Council this will be
the 18th year for the Celebration of trees. This year
our theme is “Dashing thru the Snow celebrating our
membership - Past, Present and Future”.
This is the Chamber’s 18th year of participation
as well. Our tree will feature all Point of Sale of our
Business’, & their business cards. Please join us at 6pm
for the opening ceremony.
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2015 CHAMBER CALENDAR
JANUARY EVENTS CALENDAR
Feb 6-7 LaRoca Premier Soccer Mesquite Sports Complex – Time TBD
Jan 1
New Year’s Day – Chamber Closed
Jan 3
Girls Fastpitch – The Next Level Elite Camp – Pioneer Park –
Time TBD
Jan 6
Sunrise Rotary - 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Jan 10
Jan 13
Jan 14
League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM – Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Sunrise Rotary - 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Feb 10
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Feb 11
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Feb 12-16 President’s Cup – Utah Youth Soccer – Mesquite Sports
Complex – Time TBD
Feb 13-16 Mountain West Baseball Spring Training – Pioneer, Hunter
& Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Feb 14
Valentine’s Day
League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM – Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Feb 16
Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting –11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Center Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
President’s Day
Feb 17
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Feb 18
Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Jan 15-19 President’s Cup – Utah Youth Soccer Boys 12-18 –
Sports Complex – Time TBD
Jan 15
Virgin Valley Artists Association Fund Raiser – 2:00 PM –
Fine Arts Gallery
Jan 17
Kids for Sports Fundraiser Golf Tournament at Wolf Creek
Jan 16-17 Motor Mania – Location & Time TBD
Jan 17
Jan 19
Jan 20
Jan 21
Winter Ball Camp – Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks –
Time TBD
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Martin Luther King Day
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Jan 23-25 USA Winter Girls Fastpitch U12 Championship – Pioneer,
Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Jan 23-24 President’s Cup – Utah Youth Soccer – Mesquite Sports
Complex – Time TBD
Jan 24-25 Hot Air Balloon Festival – Location & Time TBD
Jan 27
Sunrise Rotary - 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Jan 30-31 Red Rock Tournament – Collegiate Rugby – Mesquite
Sports Complex – Time TBD
FEBRUARY EVENTS CALENDAR
Feb 2-4 BransonFest Out West – Virgin River – Time TBD
Feb 3
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country
Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Feb 20-22 Mesquite Off Road – Eureka Casino Grounds
Feb 24
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Feb 28
Fundraiser Golf Tournament at Conestoga for the Mesquite
Lutheran Preschool & Childcare
Feb 27-Mar 1 USA/Men’s Co-Ed Winter Nationals – Pioneer, Hunter &
Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Soccer Olympic Development Program – Mesquite
Sport Complex – Time TBD
MARCH EVENTS CALENDAR
Mar 3
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Mar 5-7 Swing Into Spring – College Baseball – Pioneer & Hunter Ball
Parks – Time TBD
Mar 6-9 Long Drive Desert Launch – Tentative
Mar 10 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Mar 11 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Mar 12-14 Virgin Valley High School Boys Softball Tournament –
Pioneer, Hillside Ball Parks – Time TBD
Virgin Valley High School Girls Softball Tournament –
Pioneer, Hillside Ball Parks – Time TBD
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2015 CHAMBER CALENDAR
Mar 14 League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM – Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Apr 28
Mar 15 Virgin Valley Artists Association Art in the Yard – Fine Arts
Gallery – Time TBD
MAY EVENTS CALENDAR
Mar 16 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
May 1-3 Mesquite Days – Rec Center Field
May 2
Mesquite Days Parade – 10:00 AM
Spring Wine Fest – Location & Time TBD
Mar 18 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location & Time
TBD
May 5
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
May 7
UNLV Athletics Fundraiser Golf Tournament at Conestoga
Golf Course
Mar 19-21 March Madness Rocky Mountain School of Baseball –
Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Mar 17 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Mar 24 Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Mar 24-29 Sr. Softball – USA Spring World Champs – Pioneer,
Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Mar 26-27 Mesquite Has Talent – Community Theater – Time TBD
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
May 5-10 Mesquite Senior Games – Men’s Softball – Pioneer &
Hunter Ball Parks – Time TBD
May 11 League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM – Highland Resort
Meeting Room
May 11 Mesquite NV Para Long Drive – Mesquite Sports Complex –
Time TBD
Mar 31 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
May 12 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
APRIL EVENTS CALENDAR
May 13 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Apr 2-4 Rocky Mountain School of Baseball Eastern Tournament –
Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
May 18 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM
– Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
April 4
The Big Egg Hunt – Marilyn Redd Park – Time TBD
Ducky Derby – 11:00 AM – Location TBD
Apr 7
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
May 19 Sunrise Rotary - 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
May 20 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Apr 8
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Apr 11
League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM - Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Women’s Softball – Pioneer, Hunter Ball Parks – Time TBD
Apr 14
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Apr 15
Virgin Valley Artists Association Formal Tea Party – 2:00 PM –
Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Tax Day
Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
June 2
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Apr 20
Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
June 9
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
June 15 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Apr 21
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May 25 Memorial Day – Chamber Closed
May 26 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Mesquite Amateur at Conestoga Golf Course
JUNE EVENTS CALENDAR
June 10 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
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June 16 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
June 17 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Aug 12 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Aug 17 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
June 23 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Aug 18 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
June 30 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Aug 19 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
JULY EVENTS CALENDAR
Aug 25 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
July 4
Independence Day – Chamber closed
Rockets Over Red Mesa – Eureka – Time TBD
July 7
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
July 8
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
SEPTEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Sept 1
Labor Day – Chamber Closed
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Sept 4-6 Eureka Labor Day Car Show
July 14 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Sept 8
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
July 15 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Sept 9
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
July 20 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Sept 10 Mesquite Night Out – 5:00PM – Old Mill Park
July 21 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting –5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Sept 14-18 Best of the Fest – Redd Hills Cinema 8
July 22 Christmas in July – Highland Manor – Time TBD
July 28 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
AUGUST EVENTS CALENDAR
Sept 12 League of Women Voters – 10:00AM - Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Sept 15 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Sept 16 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Sept 18-20 Virgin Valley Festival – Mesquite Sports Complex –
Tentative
Sept 20-27 Long Drive Finals - Tentative
Aug 1
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament –
Location & Time TBD
Aug 4
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Sept 21 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Sept 22 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting –Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Aug 7-10 Long Drive Regional Finals – Tentative
Sept 25-27 NISA Native American World Series – Pioneer, Hunter,
Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Aug 11 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Sept 29 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
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OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Nov 13-14 Rocky Mountain School of Baseball Turkey Trot – Pioneer,
Hunter & Old Mill Baseball Parks – Time TBD
Oct 4-6 Can-Am Senior Softball Games – Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill
Ball Parks – Time TBD
Nov 14 League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM - Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Oct 6
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Nov 16 Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Art Gallery Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Oct 10
League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM – Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Oct 11-15 Can-Am Senior Softball Games – Pioneer, Hunter, &
Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Oct 13
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Oct 14
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka
Oct 15-16 Para-Long Drive – Location & Time TBD
Oct 16-18 USA Gift 4 Kids – Girls Fastpitch – Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill
Ball Parks – Time TBD
Oct 19
Oct 20
Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Oct 21
Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Oct 27
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Oct 30
Nevada Day – Chamber closed
Shreek-Reeka Spooktacular – Eureka Casino – Time TBD
Oct 30-Nov 1 Rocky Mountain School of Baseball Fall Extravaganza –
Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill Ball Parks – Time TBD
Oct 31
Halloween
Trunk or Treat – Location & Time TBD
Nov 17 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Nov 17 Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Nov 20-22 USA Softball World Series – Pioneer, Hunter & Old Mill
Baseball Parks – Time TBD
Nov 21 Annual Women of Distinction Tea – 2:00 PM – Eureka Grand
Ballroom
Nov 24 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Nov 24 City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Nov 25 Community Thanksgiving Dinner – Mesquite Senior Center
Nov 26-27 Thanksgiving Holiday – Chamber closed
DECEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Dec 1
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Dec 5
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Holiday Party – Eureka –
Time TBD
Dec 8
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Dec 10
Golf For Kids – Falcon Ridge, Conestoga, Canyons & Palms
Golf Courses
League of Women Voters – 10:00 AM - Highland Resort
Meeting Room
Dec 12
Dec 15
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Ham Radio Club – 6:00 PM – Airport Fire Station # 2
Dec 16
Overton Power District #5 Board Meeting – Location &
Time TBD
Dec 21
Virgin Valley Artists Association General Meeting – 11:00 AM –
Fine Arts Classroom
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 11:30 AM –
Chamber Board Room
Dec 22
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting –Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Dec 24
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce - Open only until Noon
Dec 25
Christmas Day – Chamber closed
NOVEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Nov 3
Nov 4
Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Brown Bag Lecture – Noon – Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
Virgin Valley Water Board Meeting – 5:00 PM – District Office
Arts Council Meeting – 5:30 PM – 150 Yucca Street
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon – 11:30 AM –
Eureka – Tentative
Nov 8-15 1,000 Flags Over Mesquite – Old Mill Park
Nov 10 Sunrise Rotary – 7:30 AM – Oasis Golf Club
Rotary Club Meeting – Noon – Mesquite Vistas Country Club
City Council Meeting – 5:00 PM – Council Chambers
Nov 11 Veteran’s Day
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720 S. River Road Suite C-130
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820 Valley View Drive
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7251 W. Lake Mead, Ste 200
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840 Pinnacle CT BLDG 5 Suite B
Mesquite, NV 89027
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134 West 2025 South Circle
St. George, UT 84770
435-628-1117
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330 N. Sandhill Blvd, Ste F1
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780 West Second South
Mesquite, NV 89027
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340 Falcon Ridge Pkwy, Bldg 500
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340 Falcon Ridge Parkway #300A
Mesquite, NV 89027
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840 Pinnacle Court, #10A
Mesquite, NV 89027
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1301 Bertha Howe Drive Suite 10
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Mesquite, NV 89027
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550 W. Pioneer Boulevard #126
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150 N. Yucca, #36
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140 Riverside Dr.
Mesquite, NV 89027
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315 Calais Drive
Mesquite, NV 89027
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Mesquite, NV 89027
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390 N Sandhill Blvd.
Mesquite, NV 89027
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275 Mesa Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
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555 Highland Drive
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-0871
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1030 West Pioneer Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-2200
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840 Pinnacle Court Suite 1B
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-6700
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720 Tamarix Way
Mesquite, NV 89027
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Mesquite, NV 89027
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Mesquite, NV 89027
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840 Pinnacle Court Suite 202
Mesquite, NV 89027
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100 N. Grapevine Road
Mesquite, NV 89027
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742 W Pioneer Blvd Suite D
Mesquite, NV 89027
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280 Riverside Road
Mesquite, NV 89027
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Load Technology (LOADTEC)
525 Commerce Circle
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-643-8750
Media Advertising
Canyon Media Group
619 South Bluff Street, Tower 1, Suite 300
St. George, UT 84770
435-628-3643
Desert Valley Times
355 W. Mesquite Blvd Ste C-10
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7495
hibu plc
2051 Red Hills Commercial Ctr #10
St George, UT 84770
801-255-2437
Independent Publishing
40 North 300 South
St. George, UT 84770
435-656-1555
National Healthcare Access Inc.
205 E Warm Springs Rd Ste 108
Las Vegas, NV 89119
702-617-1777
Ziplocal
135 S. Mountain Way
Orem, UT 84097
435-619-3290
Motorcycle Repair
Mesquite Motorsports
780 Hafen Lane, Suite O & P
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-613-4545
Moving Services
Mesquite Moving Services
183 Desert Willow Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-812-2789
Shelter Insurance
1085 W. Pioneer Boulevard, No. 140
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-271-6680
Landscaping
Kokopelli Landscaping Inc
1485 W. Pioneer Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-2332
Odyssey Landscaping Inc
736 W. Pioneer Blvd, Ste 103
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4224
Star Nursery, Inc.
549 Commerce Circle
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-568-7000
Law Firm and Legal Services
Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C.
590 W Mesquite Boulevard Suite 202A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3100
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Pets/Vet Services
La De Paws, Mesquite
742 W. Pioneer Blvd, Unit E
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-499-8585
Mesquite Veterinary Clinic
371 Riverside Road
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-2456
Pampered Pooches Pet Grooming
312 W. Mesquite, Blvd, No. 104
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-8637
Professional Community Management
of Nevada
1350 Flat Top Mesa
Mesquite, NV 89034
702-346-6006
Real Estate Agent
Beverly Powers Uhlir
355 W. Mesquite Blvd, Ste C100
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-339-9747
Printing
Debra A. Parsley, LLC
483 W. Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-420-4494
Print Management Services, LTD
P.O. Box 1114
Mesquite, NV 89024
702-345-3740
Gerry Lynn Gentile
483 W Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-461-3136
Property Management
Jim Norton
305 Calais Drive, Suite A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-271-4346
Brickyard Mesquite, LLC, The
355 W. Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
714-283-5800
CAMCO
340 Falcon Ridge Pkwy. #100
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-531-3382
Colonial Property Management
736 W. Pioneer Blvd Ste 200
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-2200
Ideal Community Management
840 Pinnacle Ct, Bldg 11, Ste 102
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-8640
Jensen Property Management
114 N. Sandhill Suite A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7375
Joan Fitton
550 Pioneer Blvd Suite 100
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-757-8306
Lila Williams
581 W. Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-357-6056
Maggie Ireland
305 Calais Drive, Suite A
Mesquite, NV 89027
435-650-0763
All Pros Property Management & Real Estate
111 E. Mesquite Boulevard #3
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-2441
Coldwell Banker Roadrunner Realty LLC
190 E. Mesquite Boulevard Ste A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-8000
Desert Gold Realty LLC
581 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-1121
Premier Properties of Mesquite NV LLC
1055 West Pioneer Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-3000
Quality 1 Realty
483 W. Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3461
RE/MAX Ridge Realty
355 W Mesquite Boulevard - C-100
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7800
Sun City Realty
450 Hillside Drive, #A108
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-518-7458
Recreation
Conestoga Golf Club
1499 Falcon Ridge Pkwy
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4292
Michelle Hampsten
305 Calais Drive, Suite A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-375-1997
Falcon Ridge Golf Course
1024 Normandy Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-6363
Terrace Restaurant
OASIS CHIROPRACTIC
CENTER
At Wolf Creek Golf Club
• Great food with a million dollar view
• Additional new menu items
• Call for Mesquite resident specials
840 PINNACLE CT.
SUITE 5-A
MESQUITE, NV 89027
702-346-5030
403 Paradise Parkway, Mesquite, NV
(702)-345-6701
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Real Estate Companies
www.mesquite-chamber.com
Golf Mesquite Nevada LLC
736 W. Pioneer Blvd, #102
Mesquite, NV 89027
866-720-7111
Los Lupes
312 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5280
Panda Garden Chinese Restaurant
12 W. Mesquite Boulevard #101
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3028
Long Drivers of America
600 Henrietta Creek Road #200
Roanoke, TX 76051
682-549-2105
Mason Street Courtyard
275 Mesa Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4600
Pizza Hut of Mesquite
570 W. Pioneer Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5009
Oasis Golf Club
100 Palmer Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7820/888-367-3386
McDonald’s- McPrice Enterprises LLC
920 W Mesquite Boulevard & 190 E Pioneer
Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7537
Playoffs Pub & Pizzeria
551 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-2448
Wolf Creek Golf Club
403 Paradise Parkway
Mesquite, NV 89027
866-252-4653
Restaurants
Quality Senior Living In A Residential Settingsm
The 1880 Grille
1499 Falcon Ridge Pkwy
Mesquite, NV 89034
702-346-4292
(702) 381-6899 | (702) 346-2040 | BEEHIVEHOMES.COM
780 SECOND SOUTH
Gregory’s Mesquite Grill
275 Mesa Blvd,
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4646
Grill Room At the Oasis Golf Club
100 Palmer Lane
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7820
J&D Inc
P.O. Box 970
Mesquite, NV 89024
702-346-5117 & 702-346-6959
Katherine’s Steakhouse
950 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7529
Home is where the heart is, and home-inspired surroundings are what you and your loved one
will experience while living in a BeeHive home.
SU-0000174797
Kendrick
Company Inc.
Bookkeeping - Business Consulting - Tax Preparation
SU-0000174571
Jayne L. Kendrick, President
O: 702.346.5654 C: 801.971.6664
[email protected]
742 West Pioneer Blvd., Suite F | Mesquite, Nevada 89027
Mel Irwin
Award Winning Images
702-353-2740
www.mesquite-chamber.com
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Scotty’s Place
1024 Normandy Ln.
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-6363 Ext. 2
Have Boutique Will Travel
41 N. Arrowhead Lane, #B
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-3301
Mesquite Self Storage
681 Hardy Way
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-2920, 303-421-3683
Sushi Masa
1155 W Pioneer Blvd Ste 104
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3434
Lee’s Discount Liquor
670 W. Pioneer Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-8500
Riverside Road Storage
30 Riverside Road
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5120
Terrace At Wolf Creek
403 Paradise Pkwy
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-6701
Mr. Pawn
312 W. Mesquite Blvd. Suite 123/124
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3777
Service Organizations
Retail
Ready Golf and Gear
550 W. Pioneer Blvd. #156
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-GOLF (4653)
2da9z
550 W. Pioneer Boulevard, #116
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-3669
Ace Hardware Mesquite Lumber and Supply
102 West Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5277
Bealls Department Store
1165 Pioneer Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
346-7519
Beaver Dam Station and Bar
411 N. Old Highway 91
Beaver Dam, AZ 86432
928-347-5589
Checks-N- Mail
355 W Mesquite Blvd Ste. D-30
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7988
Rooster Cottage Consignment Gallery
748 West Pioneer Blvd.
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5112
RV Parks
American Cancer Society
P.O. Box 911111
St. George, UT 84791
435-674-9707
Better Business Bureau
6040 S. Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89118
702-320-4500
Citizens for Clean Indoor Air
3552 W. Cheyenne Ave, Ste 130N.
Las Vegas, NV 89032
702-346-7990
Chief Sleep Easy RV Park
3315 E. McKnight Road
Beaver Dam, AZ 86432
866-646-7578 or 928-347-5250
The Exchange Club of Mesquite
Mesquite, NV
702-346-6633
Salons/Spas
League of Womens Voters of Mesquite
Mesquite, NV
Desert Oasis Spa
840 Pinnacle Ct Bldg 11 Ste 103
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-4405
Self Storage
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
11 Pioneer Blvd, Suite C
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-2902
Dixie Nutrition
300 N. Sandhill Boulevard, Suite F
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-8633
Gold Butte Self Storage
540 Riverside Rd.
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7375
Mesquite Heritage Garden
581 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
805-459-8383
Guns & Guitars
1085 W. Pioneer Blvd.
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4867
Mayan Storage
675 Mayan Circle
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-4540
Mesquite Regional Business, Inc.
11 West Pioneer Boulevard, Suite A
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-3075
Serving
Mesquite
Established
1989
• Fixed Route
• Senior Transit
reservation required
call 24 hours in advance
Also Serving
Transit Service
702-346-7006
Monday-Friday
SU-0000174726
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Moapa Valley
• Express Trips to Vegas &
St. George
reservation required
call 24 hours in advance
Lic
www.heritageelectric.org
. #29159A
PO Box 7215
Bunkerville, NV 89007
Fax: 702-346-2906
610 Hardy Way • Building B
www.mesquite-chamber.com
Mesquite Republican Women
Mesquite, NV
702-346-7857
Mesquite Rotary Club
Mesquite, NV
Mesquite Sunrise Rotary Club
PO Box 2195
Mesquite, NV 89024
702-349-0984
Baja Broadband, LLC
146 No. Sandhill Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-3054
UTI Transportation
190 E. Mesquite Boulevard, No. F
Mesquite, NV 89027
855-825-7807
Reliance Connects
61 W. Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5211
Travel & Tour
Awesome Adventures
4676 South Valley View
Las Vegas, NV 89103
702-257-7338
Title Companies
Moapa Valley Revitalization Project
P.O. Box 1716
Overton, NV 89040
702-592-50710
Equity Title of Nevada
840 Pinnacle court, Bldg 100 Ste A.
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-1999
Partners In Conservation
830 E. Learned Cactus Way
Moapa, NV 89025
702-864-2464
Fidelity National Title
736 W. Pioneer Boulevard Suite 101
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7474
Safe Nest dba Temporary Assistance for
Domestic Crisis Inc.
500 Hillside
Mesquite, NV 89027
24-hour hotline: 800-486-7282
Mesquite Title Company
840 Pinnacle Court #3
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-0404
The Salvation Army
355 W Mesquite Blvd B 50
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-345-5116
U.S. Small Business Administration
300 South 4th St, Suite 400
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702-388-6611
Virgin Valley Family Services Inc. (VVFS)
51 E. 1st North
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7277
Utilities
Overton Power District 5
731 Turtleback RD
Mesquite, NV 89027-3901
702-346-5710
Suburban Propane LP
4520 Mitchell Street
North Las Vegas, NV 89081
702-643-1738
Virgin Valley Disposal
501 Riverside Road
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-5396
Transportation Services
Arrow Stage Lines
581 W Mesquite Blvd
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-382-3980
Virgin Valley Water District
500 Riverside Rd
Mesquite, NV 89027
346-5731
Flagship
786 W Pioneer Blvd Suite H
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-1962
Yogurt
Telephone and Cable Services
Southern Nevada Transit Coalition (SNTC)
Silver Rider Bus System
797 Hardy Way
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-7006/ 702-298-4435
AT&T
645 E. Plumb Lane Room C142
Reno, NV 89502
800-288-2020
St. George Shuttle
790 S Bluff St
St. George., UT 84770
435-628-8320
Looking for a church home?
Prince of Peace
Good Times Yogurt & More
570 W. Pioneer Blvd. Ste.100
Mesquite, NV 89027
702-346-2676
QUA L I T Y
Lutheran Church
Bret Lower
Worship Service - Sunday, 10:30 am
Bible Study - Tuesday, 4:30 pm
Bible Study - Thursday, 3:00 pm
1 RE A L T Y
– REALTOR®
CPM
Direct (435) 757-2884
Office (702) 346-3461 Fax (702) 345-2444
SU-0000174584
mesquitenvhomes.net
Pastor Travis E. Lauterbach
Falcon Mesa Business Park
[email protected]
Phone: 702-345-2160
350 Falcon Ridge Pkwy #600
“A Higher Degree of Excellence!!”
[email protected]
Mesquite, NV 89027
483 W. Mesquite Blvd. Mesquite, Nevada 89027
www.PrinceOfPeaceLutheranChurchMesquite.com
www.mesquite-chamber.com
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Ridge Realty
Cindy Risinger
REALTOR, CDPE, ABR, CNE
702.808.2498
John Larson
REALTOR, CDPE, ABR, CNE, e-PRO
702.808.2542
Bobby Bradford
REALTOR, ABR, CNE, ePRO
435.817.2470
Beverly Powers-Uhlir
REALTOR, SRES, GRI
702.339.9747
Leonida Salvador
REALTOR, CDPE
702.338.5252
Robert “Goody” Good
REALTOR
801.915.2398
Patricia Bekeris
REALTOR
801.694.4567
Mark Brackelsberg
REALTOR
702.575.9815
Dan Schroeder
AZ and NV REALTOR, CDPE
702.610.9425
Lori Seright
REALTOR
702.496.8294
For all Mesquite Listings go to:
www.mymesquitelistings.com
Outstanding Agents
Outstanding Results
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For all the thi
NEW HOMES Available
ROYAL VISTA at Mesquite Estates
Calais Townhomes
on the Falcon Ridge Golf Course
Villa La Paz at Mesquite Vistas
Sun City Mesquite Del Webb
Time to rediscover. Time to reignite.
Time to relocate. We can help.
Nobody in the world sells more
Real Estate than RE/MAX.
hings that move you.
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Experience
difference...
Experience the
the difference...
with
ERA Professionals
Professionals
with ERA
Natalie
NatalieHafen,
Hafen,Broker
Broker
702-806-7084
702-806-7084
www.nataliehafen.com
www.nataliehafen.com
Dee
DeeReisch,
Reisch, REALTOR
REALTOR
307-751-0346
307-751-0346
www.selling-mesquite-nv.com
www.selling-mesquite-nv.com
ChristinaSilveyra,
Silveyra,REALTOR
REALTOR
Christina
702-204-5601
702-204-5601
www.christinasilveyra.com
www.christinasilveyra.com
ChristinaPotter,
Potter,REALTOR
REALTOR
Christina
435-215-5261
435-215-5261
www.mesquiteERA.com
www.mesquiteERA.com
Neil P.
P. Sullivan,
Sullivan, REALTOR
REALTOR
Neil
800-799-9898
800-799-9898
www.liveinmesquite.com
www.liveinmesquite.com
E.
E.Shaun
ShaunCaldwell,
Caldwell,REALTOR
REALTOR
702-701-3326
702-701-3326
www.mesquiteERA.com
www.mesquiteERA.com
JoanM.
M.Fitton,
Fitton,REALTOR
REALTOR
Joan
702-757-8306
702-757-8306
www.joanfitton.com
www.joanfitton.com
Lily
LilyLawrence,
Lawrence,REALTOR
REALTOR
702-677-8628
702-677-8628
www.mesquiteERA.com
www.mesquiteERA.com
Irene Navarro, REALTOR
Irene Navarro, REALTOR
702-376-2758
702-376-2758
www.mesquiteERA.com
www.mesquiteERA.com
Virginia Hepp, REALTOR
Virginia Hepp, REALTOR
702-622-1177
702-622-1177
www.mesquitehomesandcondos.com
www.mesquitehomesandcondos.com
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Cathy Koch, REALTOR
Cathy Koch, REALTOR
702-882-2513
702-882-2513
www.buymesquitenv.com
www.buymesquitenv.com
Theron N. Jensen
Theron N. Jensen
702-496-8298
702-496-8298
www.mesquiteERA.com
www.mesquiteERA.com
ERA Brokers
Brokers Consolidated
ERA
Consolidated
550 West
West Pioneer
Pioneer Blvd,
550
Blvd, Suite
Suite 100
100
Mesquite, NV
Mesquite,
NV 89027
89027
www.mesquite-chamber.com
702-346-7200
702-346-7200