Category: Lake Havasu City

YOUTH FISHING OPPORTUNITY AT MESQUITE BAY

Pond Hopper Nation is teaming with professional angler Roy Hawk to help make fishing dreams come true for youth who otherwise might not have the opportunity to experience their first catch. The goal is to sponsor 100 youth by outfitting them with their own fishing rod and tackle box for the inaugural Teach a Child to Fish Day to be held from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Lake Havasu’s Mesquite Bay North (map) fishing dock. The event is open to all youth and teens who are at least 4 years of age regardless of their...

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LUTGEN HONORED IN ANIMAL CONTROL FIELD

  Lake Havasu City Police Department Animal Control Officer Chris Lutgen was recently named the 2016 Animal Control Officer of the Year by the Arizona Association of Animal Control Officers at their annual conference in Laughlin, Nevada. ACO Lutgen has been with the Lake Havasu City Police Department for three years and has prior experience as an Animal Control Officer in California. ACO Lutgen has been very involved in the implementation and development of several programs related to animal control within Lake Havasu City. ACO Lutgen successfully completed a course as an Emergency Animal Medical Technician after recognizing the...

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KIDS FAIR SET FOR LAKE HAVASU AQUATICS CENTER

  Parents as Teachers, a program of Arizona’s Children Association, is celebrating the community’s youngest residents during Week of the Young Child, by welcoming families to a FREE kids fair in Lake Havasu City. The 2nd Annual “Play is Learning” Kids Fair will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 10am-1pm at the Aquatic Center and will highlight how children learn best, through PLAY! There will be food, games, music, and fun for the entire family! Parents as Teachers is collaborating with LHUSD kindergarten teachers, preschools, community vendors, libraries, and many others. All activities at the event are intended...

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HAVASU SPEEDWAY OFFERS FINAL EVENT OF SEASON

  The final racing event of the season is set this Saturday at the Havasu Speedway at SARA Park. The fun begins at 7:00 p.m. A “night of destruction” is the theme for special competition featuring the infamous Waterless Boat Race and Monster Truck Show. Admission (gates open 2 hours prior to racing, racing starts 7 pm): General Admission: $12 Kids 6-16: $6 Kids 5 and under: Free Seniors/Military/Handicapped: $10 Family Pack (2 adults, 2 kids): $25 VIP Seating: $25 LHHS get $1.00 discount with school ID   CONTACT: Shelly Keirns...

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