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Marine Corps League Sets Up Shop Offering Live Christmas Trees
Jillian Danielson / 29 Nov 2021
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Marine Corps League Sets Up Shop Offering Live Christmas Trees

Each year just about this time, the Lake Havasu City Marine Corps League sets up shop at the corner of Mesquite and Lake Havasu avenues to offer fresh, live Christmas trees for sale to the community. The trees are available in the CVS Pharmacy parking lot from noon until 7 p.m., Monday through Fr...

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Christmas Event Planned To Boost Alpha Chi Chapter and Soroptimist ‘Panty Project’
Becky Maxedon / 27 Nov 2021
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Christmas Event Planned To Boost Alpha Chi Chapter and Soroptimist ‘Panty Project’

Community members of all ages are invited to A Community Christmas Caroling Event Around the City Christmas Tree. The event will be Dec. 12 from 5:30 t0 7 p.m., at Wheeler Park. The Alpha Chi Chapter of DKG, in partnership with Lake Havasu City Soroptimists have come together to sponsor this c...

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London Bridge Rotary Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary With A Message To The Future
Jillian Danielson / 22 Nov 2021
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London Bridge Rotary Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary With A Message To The Future

By Becky Maxedon The London Bridge Rotary Club buried a time capsule at Rotary Community Park Sunday. The club is celebrating its 50-year anniversary, along with the 50th anniversary of the London Bridge. The capsule's contents include the story of the London Bridge Rotary Club. Ed Weber...

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Parker’s Amanda Rudd Donates 100 Turkeys To Le Pera School
Becky Maxedon / 11 Nov 2021
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Parker’s Amanda Rudd Donates 100 Turkeys To Le Pera School

Paying tribute to her late husband, Amanda Rudd today donated 100 turkeys to Le Pera Elementary School in Parker for its annual Turkey Trot event Nov. 23. Her husband, Sgt. Michael Rudd, died last month during a high-speed chase on Interstate 10, becoming the first member of the La Paz County She...

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New Event Will Replace Soroptimist House And Garden Tour In 2022
Becky Maxedon / 09 Nov 2021
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New Event Will Replace Soroptimist House And Garden Tour In 2022

By Becky Maxedon For the first time in 47 years, Soroptimist International of Lake Havasu City will swap out the annual House and Garden Tour for new fundraising event. In 2022, the first Southwest Choderfest will take place March 5. The community-centered event will present friendly chowder c...

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Havasu Iconic Visionaries’ Daughters Remember The Beginning
Becky Maxedon / 01 Nov 2021
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Havasu Iconic Visionaries’ Daughters Remember The Beginning

By Becky Maxedon There are two people who had an up-close view of the development of Lake Havasu City and the introduction of the icon that put the place on the map. They are the daughters of Robert P. McCulloch, Sr., and C.V. Wood. McCulloch had the original vision of building a city in th...

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Halloween Isn’t Complete Without A Spooky Graveyard
Becky Maxedon / 31 Oct 2021
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Halloween Isn’t Complete Without A Spooky Graveyard

Halloween got a special added attraction this year with a very special, spooky graveyard set up in Springberg McAndrew Park. Tina Hayes got the ball rolling and local artist Pam Reinke took the reins and made the project a reality. Pam Reinke Studios class members created about three dozen...

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Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraisers Continue Through October
Nicole Matheson / 18 Oct 2021
Community News, Lake Havasu City

Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraisers Continue Through October

By Nicole Matheson Breast cancer awareness is the topic of the season while Lake Havasu City efforts to fundraise for breast cancer health programs are happening. Saturday was a big day for the cause and for fitness when Havasu gyms hosted events that are as fun as they are good for the commun...

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October Kicked Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month In Lake Havasu
Nicole Matheson / 09 Oct 2021
Community News, Lake Havasu City

October Kicked Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month In Lake Havasu

By Nicole Matheson This past weekend has been a busy one in our community, as there have been multiple efforts to raise funds and show support to those who have been affected by cancer. It's Breast Cancer Awareness month and it started with a bang when Michael Alan Furnishings hosted its 13th ...

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Special Exhibit On Display At City Hall
Becky Maxedon / 06 Oct 2021
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Special Exhibit On Display At City Hall

By Becky Maxedon There’s something special on exhibit at the Lake Havasu City Hall for the month of October. In conjunction with the 50th anniversary celebration of the dedication of the London Bridge, Havasu Stitchers Quilt Guild created the exhibit from a quilter’s challenge titled “A ...

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