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Ajo Copper News, December 16, 2014, Page 4 Ron Reich, a world-class kite flyer/instructor came to the library to share the legend of the first kite. Reich also brought with him several of his personal kites, some he has flown in competitions and others he has flown for the entertainment of others. Pictured is Reich instructing Samantha Walker and Keali'i Bates on how to fly their kites. This is a groul of local Arizona classic GMC motor home club called the GMC Saguaro Jetset. They hold their rallies in the winter months in diffenent parts of southern Arizona, from November through March. Members pictured are (back) Steve Ferguson, Kevin Webb, Barbara Webb, Bob Hickerson, Carol Minnie, Don Schmidt, Torn, Bradley, Virgil Haugen, and Jim Decheine. (Front) Ann Frazier, Bob Frazier, Armand Minnie, Adelle Decheine, Nancy Ferguson, Kathy Stouffer,,Carl Stouffer, Carol James, Pam Schmidt, Marie Solace, and Gordy James. The purpose of the motor home rally is to promote and preserve the classic 40-plus-year-old homes. Members from Warfighter Outfitters and from Friends of the Sonoran Desert gathered from 15 states to meet with National Park Service rangers, US Border Patrol agents, Pima County Sheriff's Department staff, and others for a second annual cleanup on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument last week. The Wounded Warrior Project helped sponsor the service project event. Local law enforcement personnel helped with the effort as a show of support and camaraderie to the veterans. Desert cleanup took place about one-half mile off the Red Tanks Trail with 1,237 pounds of debris being bagged and hauled away. Brett Miller of the Wounded Warrior Project commented, "The character of the veterans is to provide service - it never stops." Anyone desiring to donate to the prograr may do so at www. warfighteroutfitters.com online. To learn more about the Wounded WarriOr Prdject visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org online. Monday - Friday 10 a.m. to5 p.m. Saturday10 a.m.-4 p.m. 933 N. Second Avenue 520-387-7980 Out-of-Town Calls Welcome! Guest Books Southwest T-Shirts Ajo Souvenirs Pifiatas ANDY ANDY Unlicensed Contractor HANDYMAN SERVICES, affordable rates, professional results. 602-499-395;2 Free eert advice for yourbuilding or home. Ajo Copper News 10 Pajaro o 520-387-7688 We're now faking orders For holiday greeting ads for our Dec. 23 issue Please stop by and see our books. Our deadline is 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19.