Red, White And Blue in Lake Havasu City To Celebrate Memorial Day

Red, White And Blue in Lake Havasu City To Celebrate Memorial Day
Jillian Danielson / 27 May 2022 / No Comments » Comments

It’s Memorial Weekend in Lake Havasu City. The first three-day summer holiday weekend – the one that starts it all for the rest of the summer is here.

Although most identify the holiday with barbecued hot dogs and hamburgers, along with summer fun on the lake, the holiday was first celebrated in 1868 to honor those who served in America’s armed services. It was originally called Decoration Day because graves of the fallen would be decorated – a tradition that has continued to today.

Enjoy this week’s photo gallery of red, white and blue in Lake Havasu.

American Flags

American Flags blowing in the wind. Danette Hoffman/RiverScene Magazine

Red White and Blue boat

Red White and Blue boat cruising Lake Havasu

The Chair Restaurant

The Chair Restaurant Danette Hoffman/RiverScene Magazine

Light tower Lake Havasu

One of the many lighthouses here in Lake Havasu. Danette Hoffman/RiverScene Magazine

Dixie Belle

Dixie Belle Danette Hoffman/RiverScene Magazine

Red white and blue boat

Red, White and Blue Conquest boat cruising the channel. Danette Hoffman/RiverScene Magazine

The London Bridge is lit in red, white, and blue for London Bridge Days 50th Anniversary. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

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Members of the Marine Corps League fold the flag during a dinner at Living Word Family Church. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Lake Havasu Police Department

Police Officers salute during the raising of the American Flag at the Police Station in 2015. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Stephanie Whittecar places a flag in a yard. Photo courtesy Stephanie Whittecar

Flags fly on top of boats at Rotary Beach during the Fourth of July 2017. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

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Sisto Sandavol hugs God Star Mom Lori Deysie at a ceremony in 2021. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Lake Havasu High School Fighting Knights carry flags onto the field before a game in 2021. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

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A veteran signs a Dream Flights vintage airplane at Lake Havasu Municipal Airport.  Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Rattle the Runway on 9/11 in Lake Havasu City

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