2017 RUN FOR THE WALL—NEEDLES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GREETS 400 VETERANS AND RIDERS AND SERVES UP A PROPER WELCOME WITH A TACO LUNCH PREPARED BY THE 19TH HOLE BAR & GRILL! WAY TO GO JOE & LORETTA!
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WELCOME HOOCH’S AND TOTALLY AWESOME PRINTING, OUR NEWEST MEMBERS TO THE NEEDLES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE!!
THE NEEDLES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WELCOMES ITS NEW AND RETURNING MEMBERS!
The BIG GREEN SCARY HOUSE in Needles has long been a curiosity and wonderment to people who pass by. Is it haunted? Are there ghosts? Is there really a child’s voice talking to you in one of the rooms?
YES! YES! AND YES!! So said the Paranormal Investigation Team who inhabited the creepy place for 2 days. Their outcome? Yes, generic cialis the Big Green Scary House is HAUNTED!!
So, every year, the Paget Family, who bought the house just for the purpose of opening its door every Halloween, becomes the freakiest location on the river. Here are some screaming good photos from 2016…….Don’t miss 2017!!
Winners in the 90th Anniversary celebration of Rt. 66 were: Eileen Hartwick for the Mayor’s Choice. Mayor Ed Paget couldn’t resist her vintage entry, a 1912 Model T, showed to represent the “Dust Bowlers” who followed the “Mother Road” across the plains seeking a better living. Eileen’s Model T is a family treasure rescued from the Mohave River bed in Barstow many years ago. Her Model T is featured in pictures below.
Other winners were: Sponsor’s Choice: Mike Skidmore, 1955 Chevy; Don Burt 1957 Chevy (shown below); Plaque Winners: Ron Werner, 1952 Studebaker; Jim Brooks 1969 Mach 1 (shown below); Skip Kelly, 1955 Chevy Truck; Pat Burke 1958 Chevy Corvette (shown below).
Needles Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Business Alliance sponsored the 90th Anniversary Celebration of Route 66 on Saturday, November 12, 2016, The event drew large crowds and featured food and craft vendors, a vintage car show, music by Cat in the Hat, photo op with a Model T (Grapes of Wrath outfitted), all at Santa Fe Park in Needles.
This prime property is available, viagra sale located right at the mid-town, I-40 off ramps in Needles, California. See the attached link to find out more details or call the City of Needles, 760-326-2113.
A thought from Eileen H. Hartwick, owner of Big “O” and NAPA in Needles, Board Director Needles Chamber of Commerce:
“Just putting this out in the universe: The city of Needles, CA is expecting to have a number of new jobs opening up in the next years; mostly, but not all, related to medical marijuana cultivation. The folks that fill these jobs will need a place to live. We already have a fabulous school district ready and able to take on more students, with access to the best state college system around. The town has a large number of old (dating back to the 20’s) housing units that require modernization. Anyone with the skills and licenses to do this type of work, could make a tidy ROI, by flipping, or renting these older homes, once they are made more attractive. This is not my skill set, I’m just identifying a need, and hoping that someone out there would like to make a few $$$$’s and fill the need. If anyone needs more information, I’m sure the City of Needles or the Chamber of Commerce would happy to provide more.”
Thanks, Eileen. People—PASS THE WORD!!
The Fort Mojave Tribal Council, best viagra Fort Mojave elders, families and guests gather each Memorial Day to celebrate and honor those tribal members who have served in military and who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The Color Guard, the Sprit Runners and the Bird Dancers all participate.
2016 “Run For The Wall” Slideshow
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Mayor Ed Paget welcomes guests and officials at the grand opening of the AMTRAK Station in the El Garces.
The Fort Mojave Tribe gathered at the sacred Ward Valley site to commemorate the victory over commercial interests who tried to use the land for a low-level nuclear waste dump. Tribal interest prevailed and the land is preserved as it has been for centuries.
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The Needles Chamber of Commerce holds quarterly general meetings which are open to all Chamber members as well as the general public. The quarterly meetings, held in March, June, September and December, provide topical information and presenters who bring pertinent information to the business co
Needles Chamber of Commerce General Meeting dates for 2017:are listed below. Locations and topics to be announced later.
January 19, 2017
SPECIAL MEETING: PRESENTATION BY PG&E: “Protecting the Colorado River from Groundwater Contamination at PG&E’s Topock Compressor Station”
Dates for Generac Membership Chamber Meetings for 2017:
September 21, 2017
December 7, 2017
Namesake and memorial bricks have been placed after many, sildenafil many years of waiting for the restoration of the fountain at El Garces. Thanks and kudos to the Friends of El Garces for seeing this project to completion. Namesake and memorial bricks can still be purchased. Forms can be picked up at the Needles Chamber of Commerce, viagra generic or call 760-362-2050.
LUCY’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT BUSINESS OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER, 2016.
Lucy Shubert and Kay Garrett welcome all the locals, Snowbirds and everyone else to Lucy’s Mexican Restaurant in Needles. This is the place to get great Mexican food and see all your friends! Thank Lucy and Kay for being loyal Needles Chamber of Commerce Members!
Wade Phillips accepts the Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for October, 2016. Wade, John & Melody Phillips run the family owned construction and demolition business. Thank you to the Phillips Family for being loyal Needles Chamber members!
Lindsey and Joe Payson, proprietors of Hardware Express and Colorado River Plumbing.
Please note: Some events’ dates are still to be announced. Please contact the organizing group for more information as events get closer.