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Community News - Community Organization of Meadview
SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION OF MEADVIEW
SERVING MEADVIEW AND LAKE MEAD CITY
Community News
Online at <www.comaz.info >
Adrienne O’Keeffe-Editor
Jonathan Kiser--Assistant Editor
SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
GRAND CANYON WESTERN RANCH
On Monday September 14, the crew at Grand Canyon Western Ranch rolled out the red carpet
for members of the Meadview Area Chamber of Commerce and the Dolan Springs Chamber
and other guests to join together in an unprecedented mixer. In spite of threatening monsoon
storms in the area, we packed the house and were treated to a wonderful barbeque rib dinner.
We were entertained by Cowboy Dave who sang during dinner and later by the fireside.
Grand Canyon Western Ranch is on the site of the historical Diamond Bar Ranch once owned by Tap Duncan. The
western ranch offers several tour packages or they can accommodate you in an overnight stay in the cabins or
“glamping” tents. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and they offer Meadview residents a 25% discount on meals. Our drive from downtown Meadview took approximately 20 minutes and we were treated to beautiful
views along the way. When you go, take time to stop at the Joshua Tree Kiosk installed by our Friends of the Joshua
Tree Forest earlier this year. The kiosk is located on the right side shortly after turning onto Diamond Bar Road.
For more information on Grand Canyon Western Ranch, go to the website: www.gcwranch.com .
REVIEW OF LMRFD BOARD MEETING 9-21-2015
Seventy-six were in attendance including Supervisor Jean Bishop and NACFD Board member Patty Lewis. Administrator John
Flynn began the meeting stating information packets about the consolidation and the financial papers of the past years were available
for pick up or the info would be on the Web page for LMRFD. He stated the debt owed by LMRFD had been cleared up and the
district has been out of the red for the past couple months. He reported the cost of running the district is approximately $62,000 a
month. Fire Chief Pat Moore stated that the older brush truck had some motor problems that continues to be worked on. He also
stated heart monitors which go straight to KRMC have been provided to personnel.
Someone asked if there were any volunteers? Moore stated that of the 90 at the 9-12 meeting in Dolan, no one had volunteered to
take the classes. When asked if anyone had volunteered to be on the Fire Board, he answered that none had volunteered. When the
audience was asked today, five put up their hands. Board members must deal with financial/budget and policy and state law now
states that the Board members are responsible for any misuse of property tax monies. A candidate for the Board must undergo 6
hours of training. Volunteers for fire personnel must take the drug tests, background checks and physical tests that paid firefighters
must take.
The question was asked if the old Grapevine Mesa Fire District could pull away from LMRFD and then consolidate with NACFD.
Flynn stated that the process was a long, legal undertaking and if it did go through, all the equipment, rolling equipment, turnouts,
supplies and the station itself, would go to LMRFD. A question was asked how was the tax money divided? Moore explained that
LMRFD, including Meadview, now and in the future, would use the tax money raised in those communities to run the area where
the money comes from. Not buying supplies in bulk, having to pay a new Chief, Battalion Chiefs, FF/EMT’s and Paramedics and
paying for the cost of an election to seat a 5 member Board would put LMRFD back in debt and the county CANNOT bail us out.
A copy of the minutes of this meeting will be included in the October 9 issue of the Community News.
OCTOBER 1 COM MEETING
We will have two speakers at the October 1 COM meeting. Denver Steinmetz, owner of the Joshua Tree Ostrich Ranch
will give a presentation about the fascinating ostriches residing on the ranch. Our 2nd speaker will be Robert Bravo,
General Manager of Grand Canyon Western Ranch. He will give us an overview of happenings at the ranch under new
ownership. Refreshments will be served at 9:45 am and the meeting will start at 10:00 am. Hope to see you there!!!
IMPORTANT DATES AND COMING EVENTS
September 23
October 1
October 3
October 20
Fall Equinox — Official start of Autumn
COM Meeting—MCA Auditorium 10:00 am
Oktoberfest—Canyon’s End and Mead
view Time (See ad on page 3)
Quail Meeting—MCA Auditorium 10:00 am
IN THIS ISSUE...
Open Letter from Boathouse Café
Panther Talk: Mt. Tipton News
Library News
Meadview Connection/Church News
Quail News
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COMMUNITY NEWS
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
Dear Folks of Meadview,
We’ve been open for a month now, and I wanted to send out a big thanks to everyone for all the support and kind words. Thank
you to the crew of the VFW; you guys are great. Thank you Meadview Hardware! Thanks to all you real estate guys (whose companies I still get mixed up ). Thank you Fisherman’s Landing & crew! Thanks Tads, Meadview RV Park, Gas N Grub, River Runner’s Shuttle, the Family Dollar crew and, of course, the after-church gangs. Big thanks to Mags and Jer of Grand Wash Water Co.
(love you guys!) Couldn’t have opened the doors without my angels, Mike and Marge of M & M Construction. THANKS!!! And
a special thanks to my awesome team: DJ, Moody, Terri and Riki!!! And it goes without saying, thanks to everyone for coming in
to eat!
Opening a restaurant is a big undertaking, but doing it in a small, remote town is a whole other animal. The challenges seen to be
endless: high cost of utilities, a small workforce, remote logistics, limited food delivery options, a huge seasonal fluctuation etc.
Couple that with a small kitchen, the ever increasing cost of food and a discerning and diverse clientele and you have your hands
full. The range of expectations from first-time customers has been all over the place; from formal dining to $1 value menu to 10
page glossy menus with hundreds of options all the way to sushi. While we’d love to have a full wait staff, bus boys, food runners,
dishwashers, a menu rivaling all the restaurants of Kingman combined and a line out the door to support it all, the reality is Meadview is not quite that (yet ) For now, we’ll shoot for simple, reliable and good, and see what the future brings.
Due to the ever-increasing costs of doing business coupled with a slow economy, the fastest growing segment in the restaurant industry is fast-casual: order at the counter with extended menu items cooked fresh to order. The BBQ joints of Kansas City and Po
Boy shacks of New Orleans have always used this model to stay in business and provide value to their customers in the slow times.
Ken’s used to do a fine job of it as well, if I remember right. It seems about everywhere I eat in Henderson and Kingman is fastcasual these days: Aloha Hawaiian BBQ, Rubio’s Tacos, Wahoo’s, Chipotle, Jimmy Johns, Rednecks BBQ etc. Using this model
prices are 25-35% lower than full-service restaurants and the food is still high quality. And, of course, we’re happy to bring your
food out to your table, refill your drinks and all that friendly stuff.
Again, a huge thanks to everyone for supporting our small little café while we work out the kinks and continue to expand our menu
and service.
Thank You!!
The Boathouse Café & Grille
PANTHER TALK: MT. TIPTON SCHOOL NEWS
Engineering and Math at Mt. Tipton Enrich students from grades 3-6 were challenged
with a math and engineering project last week. As the picture shows, students used small
blocks, popsicle sticks, glue, clear hose, syringes and glue to construct moving mechanical
arms. We like to call them, Battle Bots. Utilizing hydraulics using clear hose and syringes,
students brought their engineered arms (made out of popsicle sticks and blocks) to life. Students in groups of threes worked together to design and construct a Battle Bot. Students
learned important math and engineering concepts along with the art of learning how to work
and compromise in a group. Great job students; battle on.
First Major Mt. Tipton Event - A Success! The 1st Annual Mt. Tipton Reading Extravaganza and the Grand Opening of Panther
Kingdom (the new student store) were a huge success. Visits from Mr. Roger Jacks (Superintendent of Schools, Kingman Unified
School District) and Mohave County Supervisor Jean Bishop kicked off our first major event of the year. Students, staff and members of the community had a great time wandering from room to room listening to teachers (dressed in character) read colorful excerpts from their favorite stories. It was a magical evening.
During the reading event, the new Panther Kingdom Student Store opened its doors for the first time. Using the election process,
students named the student store and were eager to spend their earned Panther Bucks in the new store. Students earn Panther Bucks
for achievement, attendance, attitude, and citizenship. Panther Bucks are a positive educational and reinforcement tool in building a
child’s character.
If you are interested in donating to Panther Kingdom, simply drop off your slightly used clothing or new toys to the front desk at Mt.
Tipton School.
Until next time, be safe and read a good book.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
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FALL LITTER CONTROL
CLEAN UP
COM will be picking up litter on their
assigned section of Meadview Boulevard on October 7. We will meet in
the MCA parking lot at 8:00 to sign in
and pick up vests, bags and grabbers.
Responsibility for doing this pick-up is
not just for the COM Board, but for all
residents of Meadview, Show your
pride for the community and come out
and help with this task.
Well seasoned and split
Colorado oak & pine firewood
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1/2, 1/4 cords also available
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Call Lorne or Terry
928 218-1359 (cell)
928 564-2370 (home
delivery available
FOR SALE
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Newer: tires, batteries, mattress
AZ title
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WELCOME FALL!!!
September 23 is the date of the Fall Equinox which is the official start of Autumn. This is the time of year when we can at last open our doors and windows and turn off a/c units and coolers. We find ourselves bragging about lower electric bills and become more active in outdoor activities. However, we
also need to be aware that cooler daytime temps will bring snakes out during
the day. They are more aggressive at this time as they are seeking their final
meal prior to going into hibernation. Watch where you walk and put your
hands and don’t be a victim to a snake bite
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
Come join the Meadview Area Chamber of Commerce,
Canyon's End Motel & Restaurant and Meadview Time
to celebrate our annual Oktoberfest
Saturday, October 3, 2015, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
At Canyon's End Motel on Pierce Ferry Road
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Live Band and Plenty of Shade
featuring G-Wizz
12:00 noon Bar-B-Que Lunch with Traditional Brats and Beer
and Smoked Pulled Pork with all the trimmings
Crafters and Vendors for Lots of Local Shopping
Raffles Throughout the Day with Flat Screen TV & More
Petting Zoo, Log Cutting Contests, Dunk Tank,
Horse Shoes and Ring Toss
See you there!
A great day of Food and Fun!
For more information, please contact the Meadview Area Chamber of Commerce
(928) 564-2425
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
COMMUNITY NEWS
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
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Lunch and Dinner 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
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928-564-2525
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2015 MOHAVE COUNTY FAIR
The 69th annual Mohave County Fair came to a close on Sunday, September
20. Meadview was well represented in exhibits in many categories. Kudos to
all who participated and congratulations to the winners. We will have a feature story in the October 9 issue of the Community News complete with photos
of all the winners.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
MEADVIEW LIBRARY HOURS LIBRARY NEWS
The next Children’s Program, LEGO Day, will be Friday, September 25th at
9:00 A.M. at the Meadview Library. All you need is your imagination and creativity and the Mohave County Library will supply the blocks!
Tuesday - Thursday - Saturday
10:00 AM—3:00 PM
The next book discussion will be on Oct. 16 at 10:00 A.M. Please note the
time is at 10 and not 1 P.M. You can pick-up the book, The Outlaws of Sherwood, by Robin McKinley. This story is about Robin Hood who is accused of
murder, goes into hiding, and decides to fight against the noblemen who insist
(928) 564-2535
on raising taxes against the most needy.
The Friends of the Meadview Library will have a yard sale, book sale and a Grand Opening of our new meeting room on
Oct. 17th. The yard sale will start at 9:00 A.M. The dedication to the room will be in the afternoon. We will have a drawing for the Afghan quilt, two of Mary McBee’s older books and a decorative angel light. Tickets are on sale now during
library hours.
Notice: Friday Bingo is at 1:00 P.M. every week or you can still play Bingo on Tuesday night at 6:30 P.M. at the MCA.
Everyone is welcome to play and help support the library. If you would like to be a volunteer caller for Bingo, please call
Loretta Farrell at 564-2949. The online website for the library is: mohavecountylibrary.info.
PROUD TO LIVE IN MEADVIEW
This is the most giving community! On September 5 two DAR ladies went to the VFW in Meadview to
enjoy an 'Ice Cream Social”. While having our sundaes one of the ladies of the Auxiliary came to say
they had a check for DAR. How thoughtful as our season is just beginning.
On our way out we met Maggie who said she had a big bag of toilet articles for DAR. These are great for boxes for
Troops or homeless Vets. Brenda has some toiletries for us also. Then our friend Diana had several bags of hand
made scarfs and lap-warmers for us, This is the 5th year Diana has donated them. Think of the warmth and comfort to
many.
Yes, I was proud as I gave my Meadview Report at the September 12th Dar Meeting. Thank you ALL in Meadview.
Lucille Sunde
CHIROPRACTOR
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Always Ready to help you List and Sell!
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(928) 564-2222 • 335 E. Pueblo Drive
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Due to circumstances outside of our control,
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115 Tucker St., Kingman, AZ.
Please call to schedule an appointment.
Main Office: 928-753-6937
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MEADVIEW CONNECTION
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Meadview Community Church
“A Light at the Canyon’s End”
564-2411
Our regular scheduled services follows:
Sunday: Sunday School at 9:45AM &
Morning Worship at 10:45AM. Communion is served the first Sunday of each month
Wednesday: Bible Study and Prayer Service at 6:30 PM.
Friday: Choir practice at 6:00 PM.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
MEADVIEW AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Brat Time....
Saturday, October 3....Join us for Oktoberfest at Canyon's End Motel & Restaurant and Meadview Time as we officially usher in the Fall Season. Along
with traditional brats and beer, our Chamber will offer a family day of fun with
lots of activities and musical entertainment. It all starts at 9:00 am and goes to
3:00 pm.
Come celebrate the expanding business and shopping experience in Meadview. Pierce Ferry Road welcomes our visitors to Meadview daily and now it
gets a chance to show it's stuff for a major Chamber Event. Our local Artisans
Our upcoming activities are:
will join other Vendors to display their goods most of the day. Many of them
Joe & Jenny Murrell, District Representa- have given nice prizes to us for raffles along with some other grand prizes
tive from Village Missions, will be here on from the Chamber, so come join the fun and be a winner.
Sun. Sept. 27th. Following morning worship we will have a potluck dinner.
Our businesses are putting together their display ads for the 2016 Telephone
Women’s Bible Study starts on Wed., Oct. Directory and it is very important to remember the deadline of October
7 at 10:00 AM. The series of studies they 15. The new directory will be available for sale at the November Craft Shows
will be exploring is: “How to Have a Mary at the MCA and Meadview Community Church.
heart in a Martha world.”
Church Bazaar. To help raise money for We welcome three new MACC Members this month, Joshua Tree Ostrich
our capital fund drive we are having a sale Ranch, Boathouse Café and Grille and Grand Canyon Western
of donated items of value on Fri. and Sat., Ranch. Thanks for making the decision to join and support our community of
Oct. 9 & 10 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. businesses!
The funds are going toward some needed
improvements in our facility.
Strictly Business
Brian Wechsler, president of Village Mis- And a Whole Lot of Fun
sions, will be here Sun., Oct. 25th.
Jonathan Kiser
Meadview Baptist Church
QUAIL NEWS
564-2341
www.meadviewbaptist.com
Pastor Dale Cell 480-688-1945
When the Quail Club met on September 15, they celebrated with a get acquainted Social and Potluck. The club members voted to have a fundraising
bake sale on October 3rd (Oktoberfest) at Canyon’s End and Meadview
please bring baked good for sale to Meadview Time by
Looking for a place to worship? Look no Time. Club members,
rd
further. Whether you’re new or a long-time 9:00am on October 3 .
resident, the Meadview Baptist Church Our next meeting will be held on October 20 at 10:00 am. The program will be
family is waiting to welcome you. Sunday about “homeless veterans” and the speaker will be Justin Chavez. Please
school starts at 9:45 a.m. and Sunday morn- come and join us.
ing Worship is at 11:00 a.m.
Carole Duran
Mondays: Women’s Bible Study at 10:00
a.m. the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month.
CHARITY BAZAAR
The women are studying the “Fruits of the
Spirit”. Meets in the Classroom Bldg.
MEADVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH
Tuesdays: Cottage Prayer at 2:00 p.m.
meets weekly. Prayer for both spiritual and
physical needs. Call Ann Woods at 5642215.
Wednesdays: Men’s Bible Study at 3:00
p.m.
Thursdays: Bible Study/Prayer Meeting at
5:00 p.m. Come to study the Bible with us.
If we at Meadview Baptist can be of any
assistance to you, please contact Pastor
Dale on his cell phone 480-688-1945.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
OCTOBER 9 and 10
8:00 AM. TO 3:00 PM.
Our goal is to raise $14,000 to replace the
carpeting in the Fellowship Hall & Parsonage.
Coffee & sweets will be available.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
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Tuesday: Homemade Sloppy Joes with
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Wednesday: Chicken Wings
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Happy Hour Pricing for Ladies
Thursday: Bar-B-Que Pork Sandwich
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Friday: Deep Fried Hot Dogs Only $2.00
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ATM & Convenience Store Available Always
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(928) 564-2100
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Meadview Area Chamber of Commerce
A New Concept for Fall
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Our Artisans have grouped their own
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works and styles and get to know all of
our very talented creators.
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
2016 Telephone Book
If you wish to be added, removed or have corrections made, please complete this form. The
completed form may be left at the Chamber
Office/Gift Gallery.
2016 TELEPHONE BOOK UPDATES
NEW _____ REMOVE ____
CORRECTION ____
(PLEASE SHOW HOW YOU WANT YOUR
LISTING TO APPEAR)
NAME ___________________________
ADDRESS ________________________
_________________________________
MAILING ADDRESS ________________
TELEPHONE # ____________________
Deadline for white page listings is November 7
Upcoming Events for 2015
October 31 Halloween Costume Party
November 13 Thanksgiving Pot Luck Dinner
December 12 Christmas Sweater
Karaoke Party
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December 31 New Years Eve Band Party
Call and ask about our new customer special
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Office: 928-323-2454
Email: [email protected]
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(928) 564-2100
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
AA MEETINGS
LINE DANCING
MCA NEWS
Held every Tuesday & Saturday at 7 pm Line Dancing Mondays at the MCA. BeginBody Conditioning
in Fellowship Hall of the Baptist Church, ners session is at 6:00 pm. End of Line
1035 W. Meadview Blvd. 928-715-4800 Dancers start at 7:00 pm. (MCA Members) Two hours of aerobic and step exercises.
M, W, F at 8:00 a.m. 564-2513
AL-ANON
Troubled by someone’s drinking?
Call 564-3467
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Meets on the third Friday of odd numbered
months at 10:00 am in the Library.
564-2535
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Meets on the third Friday of even numbered months at 1:00 pm in the library
564-2535
Bingo
Tuesday at 6:30 PM &
Friday at 1:00 PM
(no Friday bingo June, July and Aug.)
Call 564-2949 for info
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
OF MEADVIEW (COM)
Meets at 10:00 am on the first Thursday of
each month at the MCA Sept-May. Presents monthly programs of general interest
to the community and publishes the Community News. Please visit the COM Website: www.comaz.info No membership required. 564-2213.
D.A.R.
The Daughters of the
American
Revolution
meet the 2nd Saturday
every month in the Kingman Regional
Medical Center conference room near
the cafeteria at 10:30 AM September
through May. For information call Lucille at 564-2544.
RED HATTERS
The Desert Babes hold their gathering on the
3rd Thurs. of each month at 1:30 pm in the
MCA Auditorium. 564-2574 (MCA Members)
CRAFTERS’ SATURDAY MARKET
1st Saturday of each month.
9:00 AM AT OUR PLACE
Coffee Will Be Served
For more information
call Ruth at 715-0095.
MEADVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
www.meadviewbaptist.com
Sunday School, 9:45 am
Sunday Worship, 11:00 am
Thurs Bible Study & Prayer Mtg. 5:00pm
564-2341
MEADVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 10:45 am
Bible Study Wed. 6:30 pm
564-2411
OUR LADY OF THE DESERT MISSION
Pastor: Rev. Chauncey Winkler
Saturday—4:00 pm English
Sundays — 10:00 am Spanish
(928) 855-2685
MEADVIEW QUAIL
Meets on 3rd Tuesday of
each month at 10:00 am at
the MCA (except for June,
July and Aug.) 564-2879
MEADVIEW PERSONAL
COMPUTER USERS
GROUP
Meets on the first Thursday
of each month at 6:30 pm at
RED, WHITE AND BLUE QUILTERS 485 Badger Cove, 564-2519.
OF MEADVIEW
Meets 3rd and 4th Thursday at 9:00
am each month to make lap quilts for
Wounded Warriors and Veterans and
quilts for foster children through CPS.
We meet in the building behind the
Baptist Church. Call Linda Boyden
564-2579 or Suz Wood 564-2779 for
info.
MEADVIEW AREA CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
Sit and Be Fit
Starts in October 10:15 am
564-2579
Crafty Ladies
Tuesdays at 1 pm in the MCA classroom.
For info, call Dorothy at 564-2309
MCA MEMBER MEETING
2nd Saturday of the month,
9:00 am at the MCA.
All members urged to attend.
Office Hours
Tuesday-Saturday: 9:00 am-12 and
12:30-4:00 pm Closed Sun / Mon
564-2313
EXPLORERS and
OVER-THE-HILL HIKERS
Meets at the MCA at 6:30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month. (except
July and Aug.) 564-2213 (MCA Members)
BINGO CALLERS NEEDED
Volunteers are needed to call Bingo on
Tuesday night at 6:30 pm and Friday
afternoon at 1:00 pm.
Please call Loretta at 564-2949.
GRAPEVINE MESA
FIRE Station #43
Firefighter training: 9:00 am - the 1st
and 3rd Saturday of the month
MEADVIEW RIDGERIDERS
Meet on the first Saturday of the month at
9:00 am at the home of George and Paula
Foster. with a ride following the meeting.
Call (928) 716-2760 for more information
http://meadviewridgeridersclub.ning.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
Meets the 3rd Saturday of every month at
“Our Place” at 1:00 pm. For information
contact Skip at [email protected] or
call (720) 636-5627.
If the information provided on your
Meets on the second Tuesday of the month
group listing changes, please send
at 5:00 pm. Please call 564-2425.for location. Visit website for more information: an email to [email protected]
so the listing can be updated.
www.meadviewchamber.com
COMMUNITY NEWS
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2015

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