Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Hi-Desert Star Column #201

Our little Community Breakfast is going on this Saturday morning, December 6th, from 8-11am. The Community Center will be all warm and cozy, with the smells of a delicious Breakfast being cooked specially for you, wafting through the room! Our last Breakfast of the year; can you believe how fast 2014 has flown by? With the holidays just around the corner, now would be a marvelous time to pay a visit to our Thrift Room too! Loaded with goodies of all persuasions, it’s a magical place to shop. Please stop by; we can’t wait to see you.

A yummy community breakfast and thrift store shopping in the "Treasure Room"!
Another must-do Event this Saturday afternoon, is the 49 bucks Art Show, beginning at 4pm. Artists from all over the Morongo Basin donated more than 140 pieces of Art; proceeds from which will fund scholarships for Art Students at Copper Mountain College. Hors d’oeuvres will be served; there is a cash bar. Guests will be given half an hour to decide which masterpiece to purchase for 49 bucks; but the identity of the Artist will not be revealed until the item has been paid for. The Sales begin at 4:30pm. Please join us at the Ada Hatch Center, next to the Copper Mountain College on Rotary Way, in Joshua Tree. This is a really good Show; you won’t want to miss it and CMC Art Students are truly thankful for your patronage and generosity. Another great gift-buying opportunity too!

We received some much-needed rain this week. No flooding or electrical storms; just soft, misty moisture and incredibly low clouds. Our view of the Joshua Tree National Park was overcast for a few days, as the glorious smell of the saturated Desert permeated the air.

This Tuesday December 9th, we are holding our monthly PTSD Group at the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center. We begin at 6pm and usually get done by 7:20-ish. I am finding it very beneficial and I know other Group participants are too. Starlyn Eckerman from Pacific Clinics facilitates the meetings: she is kind, patient, compassionate and does an all-around great job.

Hope to see you; stay well!

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