Category: You Report

Medicare Blitz

On October 17th at the Senior Nutrition Center (2275 Trane Road) in Bullhead City we will be holding a Medicare Blitz!!! Open enrollment for Medicare clients is from October 15th to December 7, 2017. We will be making appointments from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Walk-ins are welcome as a first come first serve basis. Please call the Center at 928/758-1538. We will be holding another event on November 7th – same times – same...

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Kiwanis Cornfest Returns to Bullhead City October 21, 2017!

Kiwanis Cornfest Returns to Bullhead City October 21, 2017! Sponsors and Volunteers Needed! For more information, contact Jessica at jsondy89@gmail.com or visit www.CornfestBHC.com. The Kiwanis Club of the Colorado River, along with sponsor Living Waters Hospice, is proud to present THE RETURN OF CORNFEST on Saturday, October 21 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Gary Keith Park in Bullhead City. Cornfest is a kid-centric event with 20 carnival game booths, a Scare Zone featuring multiple mazes, a community stage showcasing local talent, Battle of the Bands and of course, a Beer Garden and delicious food. Food and retail vendors will be selling their items through the...

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No sense of justice

The story that was published about Steven Upton ,who stabbed to death ,Thomas Comer 40, in Lake Havasu City on July 25,2016 , seems to be no justice at all. There has been numerous newspaper articles on Mr. Upton ,stating he will receive a 27 month prison sentence and be placed on probation . It seems this case doesn’t go by mandatory sentencing for felons , especially since Mr. Upton has been to prison in Arizona four different times,with the most recent being a few years ago. He also had two other cases after this stabbing as well! I would assume the law doesn’t apply to this man ,and I would like to know why a convicted felon multiple times over ,is probation eligible ? Where is the mandatory sentencing laws for this man? Where is the justice in this case...

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Michael Alan’s Sleepless in Havasu Raises Money to Fight Breast Cancer Locally

(Lake Havasu City, Arizona) — Michael Alan Furniture & Design, the 2015 National Retailer of the year as awarded by the North America Home Furnishings Association, is ramping up for its 9th Annual Michael Alan’s “Sleepless in Havasu” fundraiser to support local breast cancer awareness. The annual event has now raised over $213,000 for the past 9 years for the local Cancer Association of Havasu’s Low Cost Mammogram Program and other related programs. The 2017 Michael Alan’s “Sleepless in Havasu” fundraiser starts in late September and runs through October, however, donations are welcome year round at Michael Alan Furniture and Design. The event begins Friday, September 22, 2017 at 6:00 AM with a 24-hour sleepless-a-thon at Michael Alan Furniture and Design. Every year the Mayor kicks off the event (as it’s been officially declared a Proclamation Day) as around 30 ladies gather at Michael Alan Furniture and Design and stay awake for 24-hours. The event will again be held at Michael Alan Furniture and Design’s neighbor America’s Mattress of Lake Havasu City. The fun and festivities kick off with voting for the most outlandishly decorated mattress each following a similar theme, which will be “Dr. Seuss” this year. Each mattress is decorated to honor those that have fought breast cancer. The event continues with chair massages, auctions, fashion shows, movies and even trips to local coffee shops to stay...

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SAINT Wag and Wine Dinner and Wine Tasting Fundraiser

SAINT is pleased to announce its 6th Annual Wag and Wine Fundraiser, Saturday, October 14th from 4:30 to 7:30 at the REALTOR® Conference Center at 841 Hancock Rd. in Bullhead City, AZ. The event, sponsored by Tri-State Pain Institute, will feature a wine tasting with bartenders serving wines from around the world, and delicious Italian fare provided by D’Angelo’s Italian Restaurant. Guests will also enjoy prize raffles, a 50/50 drawing and a silent auction. This year, SAINT has invited Erica Callais Fallbaum to introduce PEP!, The Pet Education Project, which is an education and outreach program that teaches children the core responsibilities of pet ownership, focusing on some of the following topics: • Basics of Pet Care • Pets Are a Lifetime Commitment • Importance of Spay and Neuter • Animal Safety • Promoting and Increasing Adoptions in local communities SAINT is also debuting a cookbook, featuring recipe’s for pets and humans alike, sent by local residents. The cookbook, along with pet related gifts and jewelry will also be available for sale. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased at Donn Williams Jewelers, located at 1788 Hwy 95 or by calling 928-763-4400. Tickets can also be purchased online with a credit card or PayPal at www.BHCSaint.org or Facebook, at www.facebook.com/bhcsaint. SAINT’s mission is to improve the lives of animals through a low-cost spay and neuter voucher program...

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