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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
JULY 15, 2016
A SELFIE TOUR OF MEADVIEW
The 4th of July weekend brought more visitors to Meadview than we’ve seen in many years. Most of the visitors were
drawn here by the lure of enjoying boating activities and a long holiday weekend to pack in a lot of fun. Many community activities added to the fun with a beautiful flag raising ceremony at the VFW, an Ice Cream Social at the MCA, two
different band parties at Fisherman’s Landing and a fund raiser for Mt. Tipton School. Even without these special
events, Meadview offers a lot of photo ops and ―selfie‖ staging places.
As you travel north on Pierce Ferry Road, turning a bend near Patterson
Grade offers you a breathtaking view of the vast Joshua Tree Forest. A
little farther north, turning right at Diamond Bar Road and driving a short
distance will bring you to the Joshua Tree Forest Kiosk. Put your ―selfie‖
stick to work taking photos on the footbridge and at the kiosk with the
Joshua Tree Forest as the backdrop. If you are more adventuresome,
try to find the largest tree for your photo op. As you approach Meadview,
the Welcome to Meadview sign is another popular photo op location. After that, head over to the Joy
Trail at Diamond Creek where seven low impact exercise stations await you for fun photo taking opportunities. Next
stop is Fisherman’s Landing for a ―selfie‖ photo in front of what we believe to be the largest fishing pole in Arizona.
Back on Pierce Ferry Road and heading north, you will catch the first glimpse of the lake at the
Overlook on the left. But if you are staging a ―selfie‖ with the lake behind you, be careful how
close to the edge you stand. It is about an 80 foot drop to the bottom. As you approach the
lake, you will see the two massive monoliths on either side of the road. Thrill seeking hikers actually do climb these buttes. Watch for mountain goats as you continue the drive to the lake
where they can be seen scaling the rocky cliffs. The winding road to the launch ramp offers
many different views of the lake just waiting for ―selfie‖ action. If you are traveling without a boat, watch for a road on
the left about midway on the ramp approach which can take you to the water’s edge for some fun in the water. The
―beaches‖ are rocky so plan on wearing proper footwear.
Plan to end your tour on the patio at the Boathouse Café where you can take ―selfies‖ with the Grand Wash Cliffs at sunset as the backdrop. In July and August, you may have a late afternoon monsoon storm to add to the drama. Sunset
views can be spectacular looking to the east and west. These are a few Meadview photo op ideas. How many can you
find?
TOWN HALL MEETING AUGUST 6
COM will host a Meet and Greet on August 6 in the MCA auditorium from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
more information
LAKE MOHAVE RANCHO FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD MEETING
See Page 2 for
LAKE MEAD STATS
The next meeting of LMRFD will be held July 18
at 1:30 pm in Station #41 in Dolan Springs.
Water Elevation 7/10/16
1071.87
7/10/15
1075.66
Air Temperature 7/10/16
99 high / 73 low
Data obtained from Bureau of Reclamation Website:
http://www.usbr.gov/lc/riverops.html
IMPORTANT DATES AND COMING EVENTS
IN THIS ISSUE…
July 18
LMRFD Board Meeting 1:30 pm Station #41 in AZ Water Initiative Planning Mtg. Review
Meadview Meet N Greet
Dolan Springs
District 4 Supervisor Candidate Forum
July 18-22 Vacation Bible School–Community Church
Mohave County Fair Information
August 6
Candidate Meet and Greet—MCA Auditorium
Library News
2:00 pm—4:00 pm
August 30 Primary Election MCA Auditorium 6:00 am Meadview Connection / Church News
Big Horn Sheep Viewing Boat Trip
7:00 pm
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ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES
The Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) held a public hearing June 29 in Kingman at the Board of Supervisors Auditorium to receive public comments on the Northwest Basin Planning Area. The meeting was an opportunity
for residents and local officials to talk with ADWR about the area’s water supply and to identify strategies to meet future
water demands. It was noted that Mohave County has some of the largest groundwater aquifers in the State of Arizona
and ensuring we have enough water for future generations and growth is crucial for future sustainability in our county.
The Northwest Basin Planning Area is made up of four groundwater basins: Detrital Basin, Hualapai Valley, Meadview
Basin, and the Sacramento Valley Basin. Governor Ducey’s Water Initiative for the State involved ADWR identifying and
prioritizing 22 planning areas across the State. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jean Bishop sent a
letter to Director Buschatzke in February asking for the Northwest Basin Planning Area be placed as a top priority behind Cochise and LaPaz Counties. Director Buschatzke announced at the meeting that we were being considered equal
in priority.
The Northwest Basin is not within any Active Management Area (AMA) or Irrigation Non-Expansion Area (INA) that requires additional water management. Under Arizona State Statue, ADWR’s regulatory authority is limited if the Basin is
not within one of these management areas. Therefore there are no reporting requirements in the Northwest Basins Planning Area outside of Community Water System reporting. ADWR explained the only limitation on groundwater use is that
it must be put to beneficial use and be withdrawn from a legally constructed and registered well.
During the hearing, ADWR stated their goal during this process was to develop a stakeholder driven set of solutions for
future water demand and supply imbalances. They intend to complete the process within a one year timeframe. While
an AMA or INA is not always possible, there are other options ADWR is looking at. Some may require legislative action
and we are also looking into a middle ground without having to put the Northwest Basin into an AMA or INA.
Any questions regarding water resources of Northwest Basin Planning area can be directed to Mr. John Riggins at Arizona department of Water Resources at [email protected] Additional stakeholder meetings and discussions will
be scheduled by ADWR regarding the Northwest Basin Planning Area in the upcoming months.
TOWN HALL MEETING AUGUST 6
MEET ‗N GREET
COM will host a Meet and Greet on August 6 at the MCA
auditorium from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm. This meeting is to
introduce candidates running for offices that are up for election in Mohave County, Arizona State and Federal legislature. This will be the only meeting being held in Meadview
for the voting public to meet these candidates before the
Election Primary on August 30. If any of the candidates are
running unopposed, the results of whom will be elected to
the office will be decided with the Primary election. Also, if
there is no candidate running from the opposing party or an
independent, the votes cast in the Primary election will be
the decisive votes. This will be the case in many of the races in Mohave County, so the Primary Election will be very
important.
Refreshments will be served. If you can attend, please be
sure to bring your questions for the various candidates.
CAMPFIRE STARTER
An easy way to get a roaring blaze going is to
place a few corks in a jar with a tight fitting lid.
Add enough rubbing alcohol to cover and let
soak an hour before you plan on lighting the
fire. Place corks under the logs, use a match
to ignite the corks. Be sure to check local fire
restrictions before you light that fire.
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MOHAVE COUNTY DISTRICT 4 SUPERVISOR CANDIDATE FORUM
By Butch Meriwether
A forum for Mohave County District 4 Supervisor candidates has been scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, August 1, 2016, at
the Golden Paradise Land Owners’ (GPLO) building located at 5505 U.S. Highway 68 in Golden Valley. The forum being hosted by the GPLO is designed to highlight the candidates and to give them the opportunity to provide information
about their backgrounds; give the residents a chance to ask questions of the candidates and to see what their goals,
agendas and priorities are if elected.
The names of the candidates who are running for the District 4 Supervisor position are (alphabetically) Rick Armstrong
Jean Bishop, Mervin Pitchfork Freedom and Krystal Symonds-Gabrielson.
The doors to the GPLO will open at 5:00 pm in order for everyone to have time to talk with the various elected officials
and those running for office prior to the forum beginning. This forum is not a debate-type format and there will be no
speeches or personal attacks on the candidates allowed by attendees of the event. If residents have any questions
about the event or the format, they can contact Butch Meriwether via email at [email protected] or call him
at (928) 530-8988. Meriwether said he would love to hear your suggestions and questions you might like to have asked
of the candidates.
70TH ANNUAL MOHAVE COUNTY FAIR - SEPTEMBER 15-18
The theme for the 70th Annual Mohave County Fair is ―Mohave County Pride County Wide‖. The fair will offer Craft
exhibits, livestock exhibits, livestock auctions and carnival attractions.
The hours for exhibits are: Thursday from
10:00 am—9:00 pm, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am –10:00 pm and Sunday from 10:00 am — 5:00 pm. The carnival hours are: Thursday 4:00 pm— 11:00 pm, Friday 4:00 pm—11:00 pm, Saturday 12:00 pm—11:00 pm and Sunday 12:00 pm — 6:00 pm. Admission is: 12 and up $7.00; 62 and over $4.00; 4-11 $4.00: 3 and under free. Parking
is $3.00. For Presale Carnival Ticket Information Call The Fairgrounds Office at (928)753-2636. The Fair Premium
books have been distributed. These books contain all the information for the various exhibit categories and copies will
be available in the Meadview Chamber office.
.
Monday: Shuffleboard Tournament at 4:00 pm
Lunch — $2.00 Deep Fried Hot Dogs
Meatball Sandwich, Macaroni Salad $6.99
New Menu
New Summer Hours
Specials
Rueben & Chips $5.00
All Beef Hot Dog & Chips $3.50
Frozen Blended Coffees
(Caramel, Mocha, Vanilla, Java Chip,
White Chocolate)
Frozen Chocolate Bananas
Malts, Shakes & Crème Frappes
Fudge Puppies
Homemade Ice Cream Cups!
Open 3-6 Wednesday through Saturday
702-277-0617
Across From Fisherman’s Landing
Thirsty Tuesday: $1.00 Small Draft Beer All Day
Lunch — Meatball Sandwich, Macaroni Salad $6.99
Women‘s Wednesday: Happy Hour All Day for Ladies
Lunch — Meatball Sandwich, Macaroni Salad $6.99
Chicken Wings 75¢ each
Thirty Thursday: $1.00 Small Draft Beer All Day
Lunch—$2.00 Deep Fried Hot Dogs
Chicken Wings 75¢ each
Friday: Pool Tournament at 4:00 pm
Lunch—$2.00 Deep Fried Hot Dogs
Bar-B-Que Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw
and Macaroni Salad $6.99
Saturday: $3.00 Margaritas All Day
Lunch—Bar-B-Que Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw
and Macaroni Salad $6.99
Sunny Sunday: $4.00 Bloody Mary‘s All Day
Lunch—Bar-B-Que Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw
and Macaroni Salad $6.99
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928-715-3656
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(928) 564 - 2241
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Alterations on dress/skirt, pants/
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Repair/replace pockets in pants or
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Reasonable Rates
For all your sewing needs call:
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Meadview Area Necessary
Nutritional Assistance
MANNA Food Distribution Program
Next Distribution will be the
1st week in August
THANK YOU to the Volunteers and
Meadview Community!!!
(928) 218-1654
DRIVERS NEEDED!
A local company is looking for dedicated
people who would like to earn money
driving through beautiful
Arizona country.
If you’re interested, please call
River Runner’s Shuttle Service
#564-2194
Thank you.
Drug testing may be required.
If hired, you will be paid as an Independent Contractor.
You will need to be able to provide proof of proper insurance coverage.
COMMERCIAL RENTALS
Retail or office space
For rent
Reasonable rates
Lake Mead Plaza next to
the Crow‘s Nest
(928) 716-2760
M&M Services
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Dedicated to serve Meadview
Tax Preparation and Notary
150 E. Haystack Dr.
P. O. Box 86 Meadview, AZ 86444
(928) 564-2348
[email protected]
ALL PURPOSE
STAIN REMOVER
JULY 15, 2016
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Mohave County seeks to hire a
gone.
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vanced level position in the Road
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BLUE MOON PEST CONTROL and repairing Mohave County roads
LLC #5541
and right of ways. Must obtain a
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interested in doing your ment within 6 months of employpest control. We will be ment. The beginning wage is $16.20/
coming to Meadview on hour DOQ. For a complete job dethe 1st Tuesday of each scription and to apply, visit our
month. If you would like service please website at www.mohavecounty.us.
EOE
call our office at:
928-692-9417
Please ask for Cheryl
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2016 ARIZONA WILDLIFE
PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
Calling all Meadview photography buffs!!!
The 2016 Arizona Wildlife Photography Contest begins
May 20, 2016, at 9:00 am and ends August 1, 2016, at
11:59:59 pm. For complete information about the contest,
go
to
the
Arizona
Highways
website:
www.arizonahighways.com/wildlife-photo-contest#! .
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SUMMER SHOPPING
ALWAYS FUN AT THE GALLERY

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with Lots of Cool Stuff to See
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Meadview, AZ 86444
(928) 564-2425
Open Tuesday through Saturday
11:00 am—4:00 pm
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MEADVIEW LIBRARY HOURS LIBRARY NEWS
Tuesday - Thursday Saturday
10:00 AM—3:00 PM
On July 21 at 11 A.M. there will be a ―Wrap up― of the events of the Summer
Reading Program for adults, teens and children at the Meadview Library.
You have until July 16th to record your minutes of reading. The goal is 1,600
points.
A greeting from Karin Larrimore from the Kingman Library Youth programs:
Come one, come all! Everyone who participated in this year's summer reading program is welcome to attend this event. We will conclude the summer reading program by handing out participation certificates and any
unclaimed books that were earned as prizes will be available at this
time. In addition, there will be a brief survey to complete. We hope that
everyone enjoyed the summer reading program this year and we hope
to see you at the wrap-up event! For more information go to: http://
mohavecountylibrary.info/mohave/events.asp
If you have any questions, you can call Karin at (928) 692-5767 or the
Meadview Library at (928) 564-2535.
Mark your calendar for the next Friends of the Meadview Library meeting which will be July 15 at 10 A.M. in the meeting
room. Thanks to Libby, we have a new display of a pastel blue and green quilt with polar bears hanging in our meeting
room. Look for a book sale soon in July, sponsored by the The Friends of The Meadview Library.
FOR SALE
Dawn Brannies, Designated Broker
Move In Ready
3Bed/2Bath Site Built Home
1969 FORD F250
1974 FORD F250
1991 ISUZU RODEO
4 WHEEL DRIVE
Front Curb Appeal and Back Yard Forever
Backs to National Park Land
Boat Deep Finished Garage to Top it Off!
Always Ready to help you List and Sell!
Jonathan Kiser, Manager
Jan Hysell, Sales
(928) 564-2222 • 335 E. Pueblo Drive
928-564-2941
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LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Meadview Community Church
“A Light at the Canyon’s End”
564-2411
Our regular, weekly scheduled services are
as follows:
Sunday: Sunday School at
9:30 AM & Morning Worship at 10:45
AM. Communion is served the first Sunday of each month.
2nd Tuesday: Men’s Breakfast at 8:00 AM.
Wednesday: Bible Study and Prayer Service at 6:30 PM. We are currently doing a
video study of the Book of Acts.
3rd & 4th Thursdays: Red, White, & Blue
Quilters at 9:00 AM.
Friday: Choir practice at 6:00 PM.
Our upcoming activities are:
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MEADVIEW CONNECTION
MEADVIEW AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Summer Opportunities....
We have had many opportunities to welcome new people to our community
this summer with two major holiday weekends already. Visitors often remind
us what they come here to see and suddenly we have a renewed appreciation
for all that we actually have.
Don't stay on the side lines watching all the activities. Get involved...go to
lake, have a picnic out with friends, go take selfies as mentioned on the front
page of this issue, hike and quad our local trails, shop small with our retailers or spend a little time at one of our eateries. Remember, the Chamber Office/Gift Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday to provide information for
you on all that the area has to offer. When we are not open, you can always
check out our posting board outside the Chamber Office.
By printing of this issue, our Chamber will have enjoyed its first Summer Mixer. Watch out for future postings and join us often at our monthly meetings on
Vacation Bible School dates are set for the second Tuesday of each month. We do not go dark for the summer, so our
July 18th through 22nd from 9:00 A.M. to next meeting will be on August 9 at 5pm at the Chamber Office/Gift Gallery.
Noon. This will be a joint activity sponsored by both Meadview Community There is always something to do in Meadview!
Church and Meadview Baptist Church.
This year it will take place at Meadview
Strictly Business
Community Church.
And a Whole Lot of Fun
We welcome you to come and worship with
Jonathan Kiser
us at Meadview Community Church.
Pastor John Mulvihill
Meadview Baptist Church
564-2341
www.meadviewbaptist.com
Pastor Jack Schoenthaler
[email protected]
WEEKLY SCHEDULE:
Sunday - 9:45 AM - Sunday School,
11:00 AM - Worship Service
MEADVIEW RIDGERIDERS‘ ATV CLUB
After much discussion and a unanimous vote from the Meadview RidgeRiders’
ATV Club during the monthly meeting held on Saturday, July 2, it was decided
by the members that this year’s annual summer ride would be held again at
Bryce Canyon. The date set is September 17 – 24. Bryce Canyon is truly hospitable to ATVs and has hotel and campground facilities available. Please contact President Ed Bennett at 702 283-7503 or email [email protected] for further information or for a reservation.
Monday - 9:30 AM 1st & 3rd of each The next Club meeting will be held on August 6 at 10:00 am at the MCA. We
month - Woman's Bible Study (MBC, Fel- hope to see you there to discuss more on the Bryce Canyon Ride and some of
lowship Hall)
the many local rides taken throughout the year.
Tuesday - 2:00 PM - Cottage Prayer (Ann
Woods Home, 200 West Coral Isle Drive)
QUAIL‘S SCHOLARSHIP REPORT
Meadview’s Quail along with our sister club, the Kingman Morning Glories had
Wednesday - 3:00 PM - Men's Bible Study a very successful year. It’s because of all those who bought See’s Candy, tickets to our raffles and participated in our bake sales and we want to thank eve(MBC, Classroom Bldg.)
ryone who participated. Our friends and neighbors are very caring as our profThursday - 3:00 PM - Dinner served first its go toward our scholarship fund. Again, this year we were able to present
with Bible Study/Prayer Meeting following eight (8) $1,000 scholarships. Six of the scholarships went to students at King(MBC, Classroom Bldg.)
man High School and two to students of Kingman Academy of Learning.
Friday - 11:30 AM - Meadview Christian
Academy - BBQ Pot Luck Lunch (MBC, Thank you again for all the community help and donations.
Fellowship Hall)
Nancy Kastor
Scholarship Chairperson
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SIGN UP FOR DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP VIEWING OPPORTUNITY JULY 30
Colorado River boat trip provides chance to connect with nature
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s regional office in Kingman has scheduled a oneday desert bighorn sheep viewing opportunity July 30 on the Colorado River from Willow
Beach to Hoover Dam.
The four-hour boat tour departs at 10 a.m. from Willow Beach Marina. This unique chance to
view and photograph desert bighorn sheep that come down from the rugged Black Mountains to drink from the river is on a first-come, first-served basis to the first 20 participants.
―If you want to see desert bighorn sheep in the Black Mountains, the best time is during the
heat of summer,‖ said Erin Butler, terrestrial wildlife specialist based in Kingman. ―The animals don’t need to visit water often during the winter, but they do need to drink about every
other day during the hot summer months. This is a great opportunity for people to connect
with nature. Education is critical for understanding nature and the actions taken by Game and Fish and other agencies
to ensure wildlife continues to thrive.‖
The registration fee is $50 per person (14 and older). Contact Joe Yarchin, wildlife viewing program coordinator, at (623)
236-7589, or e-mail [email protected], to register. Be sure to include the number of participants, first and last
names, ages of children, and your contact information (e-mail addresses, telephone numbers) in voicemails or e-mails.
Participants are encouraged to bring the following: sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, water, snacks and camera. No tripods
will be allowed on the boat, but small coolers are permissible. Life jackets will be provided and must be worn by all participants. All participants will receive more details about the viewing opportunity through mail or e-mail.
KRMC IMPLEMENTS PARKING RESTRICTIONS IN EMERGENCY AREA
Kingman Regional Medical Center will restrict access to the main hospital through the Emergency Department (ED) from
5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. The restricted access is necessary to free up parking outside the Emergency Dept. This
action is necessary because there is limited ED parking space and people who need emergency care are being impacted. Patients and guests who do not need emergency services are asked to use the parking lot near the hospital’s main
entrance, located off Beverly Avenue. KRMC volunteers offer complementary shuttle service for anyone who would like
a ride from their car to any building on the KRMC campus. Additionally, volunteers provide wheelchair assistance within KRMC facilities for anyone who may have trouble walking to their appointments.
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MOTEL AND RESTAURANT
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RESTAURANT OPEN
6 Days a Week - 8 am to 8 pm
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The 2016 Meadview Area Telephone
Directories are being reprinted and will
soon be available at the
Chamber of Commerce/Gift Gallery.
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LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
AA MEETINGS
RED HATTERS
MCA NEWS
Held every Tuesday & Saturday at 7 pm
Body Conditioning
in Fellowship Hall of the Baptist Church, The Desert Babes hold their gathering on the
1035 W. Meadview Blvd. 928-715-4800 2nd Thurs. of each month at 1:30 pm in the Two hours of aerobic and step exercises.
MCA Auditorium. 564-2574 (MCA Members) 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
CRAFTERS‘ SATURDAY MARKET
Sit and Be Fit
1st Saturday of each month.
9:00 AM AT OUR PLACE
Coffee Will Be Served
For more information
call Ruth at 715-0095.
Starts in October 10:15 am
564-2579
MEADVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
www.meadviewbaptist.com
Sunday School, 9:45 am
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Sunday Worship, 11:00 am
Meets on the third Friday of even numThurs Bible Study & Prayer Mtg. 3:00pm
bered months at 10:00 am in the library
564-2341
564-2535
Bingo
There is no Bingo until September
Call 564-2949 for info
MEADVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship 10:45 am
Bible Study Wed. 6:30 pm
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
564-2411
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.
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
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
Bingo is dark until September
Please call Loretta at 564-2949.
MEADVIEW RIDGERIDERS
Meet on the first Saturday of the month at
9:00 am in the MCA with a ride following
the meeting. Call (702) 283-7503 for more
information
http://meadviewridgeridersclub.ning.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
RED, WHITE AND BLUE QUILTERS of each month at 6:30 pm at 485 Badger Cove,
Meets
the 3rd Saturday of every month at
OF MEADVIEW
564-2519.
“Our Place” at 1:00 pm. For information
Meets 3rd and 4th Thursday at 9:00
contact Skip at [email protected]
am each month to make lap quilts for
MEADVIEW AREA
or call (720) 636-5627.
Wounded Warriors and Veterans and
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
quilts for foster children through CPS.
If the information provided on your
We meet in the Fellowship Hall of the Meets on the second Tuesday of the month group listing changes, please send
Meadview Community Church. Call at 5:00 pm. Please call 564-2425.for loca- an email to [email protected]
tion. Visit website for more information:
Linda Boyden 564-2579 or Suz Wood www.meadviewchamber.com
so the listing can be updated.
564-2779 for info.
COMMUNITY NEWS
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JULY 15, 2016

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