Posts Tagged: Lake Havasu City

Annual Shop With A Cop With A Twist This Year
By Becky Maxedon Every year, Lake Havasu City police officers treat some lucky kids to a Christmas shopping spree for family members – and themselves. The COVID-19 pandemic this year has put a crimp in many holiday plans, but Shop With A Cop happened despite the virus. Kathy Stewart, Neighbo... Read More
By Becky Maxedon This year, perhaps more than any in recent memory, Americans are looking for help during the holiday season. The COVID-19 pandemic has put a damper on celebrations and has placed many families in difficult times. It’s no different in Lake Havasu City and the giving community is... Read More
Thank You For Your Service
RiverScene Magazine would like to thank all veterans for their service. Each one is appreciated. Unfortunately, the Veteran's Day Parade in Lake Havasu was cancelled, however, some local restaurants are honoring veterans with a free meal. Here are the ones that we have found so far. College St... Read More
By Nicole Matheson Halloween may look a little different this year, but thanks to some dedicated locals there will be plenty for all ages to enjoy this Oct. 31, in Lake Havasu City. The popular Fright Night is back but restructured to  minimize concerns brought on by the pandemic, and a new t... Read More
Runners from Lake Havasu City participated in the Great American Relay last weekend to raise money for the American Association of Cancer Research. The nearest leg of the race featured runners participating either in person or virtually from the east to west coasts through 15 states. The 379-leg ... Read More
LHHS Drops Home Opener To Glendale
The Lake Havasu High School Fighting Knights kicked off the season Friday night with a loss to the Glendale Cardinals. The Knights fell in the conference opener by a score of 48-26. Havasu scored in the first quarter with a touchdown by Brenton Szymanski, and then the Knights scored again in the ... Read More
Lake Havasu Remembers 9/11
As people across the country took time Friday to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, Lake Havasu City veterans and city dignitaries remembered those lives lost during 9/11 on Friday morning at London Bridge Beach. This year's event was closed to the public. The Marine Corps League Color... Read More
Havasu Schools Benefit From Moms Club Efforts
The Moms Club of Lake Havasu City organized a school supply drive to benefit the city's schools, teachers and children as its club's service project earlier this summer. The club recently donated $400 for the Adopt a Teacher program at The Book Exchange. Many club members are or have been teacher... Read More
Pandemic Forces Innovative Approach To Fundraising
By Becky Maxedon Not many Americans alive today have ever lived through a worldwide pandemic. Everything people thought they had planned, controlled, and expected have been altered and the proverbial thinking cap has become a normal method for planning events as well as just about everything else... Read More
New PWC Monument Making History In Lake Havasu City
By Jayne Hanson Groundbreaking for a new PWC Monument Project happened Wednesday on the island in Lake Havasu City as the three-phase project ramps for a September install. “It’s on the corner of Beachcomber and McCulloch, on the island near the walking path,” said Chris Hagest, PWC Monu... Read More