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Brunch Bunch Riders MOHAVE COUNTY – Brunch Bunch Motorcycle Rider have no dues, officers or egos. We ride on Sundays and Wednesdays with like- minded friends. We invite anyone to join us on our rides. We meet at Westside Mobil at 999 W. Beale St., Kingman at 9:30 a.m., kick stands up at 10:00 a.m. For more information check us out on the web at bunch-riders or call (928) 530-2555. Attention Lady Bikers GOLDEN VALLEY – Women in the Wind Cactus Cutie Chapter would like to invite women bikers to join other lady motorcyclist with common interest of motorcycles and riding. We meet the first Sunday of each month at Peggy Sue’s Diner, 4305 Hwy 68, Golden Valley. Open to ladies in Kingman, Golden Valley, Bullhead City and surrounding area. Check our out website You can also find us on Facebook.  For more information and meeting times please contact Christine 702-624- 1160. Friends looking for friends KINGMAN – The Friends of the Kingman Library is sending out a call to anyone interested in joining them in supporting numerous special programs at the Library. Applications are available at the Kingman Library at 3269 Burbank St. Nicotine Anonymous KINGMAN – Nicotine Anonymous is a support group for people who want to quit smoking with a twelve- step program, where you can find strength and hope in others. If you would like to quit smoking, but you could use a little help join them every Monday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Kingman Regional Medical Center in the Ocotilla Room. For more information please call David at (928) 565-9730. RUFFF seeks volunteers GOLDEN VALLEY – Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends Foundation a.k.a. RUFFF needs volunteers to help with daily cleaning, feeding and watering of the animals at our Sanctuary, RUFFF House! If you have even a couple of hours one morning a week to help please call (928) 565-BARK(2275). Photography class set KINGMAN – Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center is now offering a Photography class to be held the 2nd Wednesday of every month. Class will start at 5:30 p.m. This short course will help you improve your photographs. You will learn composition, exposure, lighting, printing and framing. You will need to bring a camera (digital, film, high end single lens reflex or point & shoot). Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center is located at 1776 Airway Ave. For more information please call (928) 757-2778. Helping hands are here KINGMAN – Praise Chapel and Jaccob’s Ladder will be holding meetings for their faith based drug program, anger management and domestic violence. Open to the public. If you need help, we are here. Adults meet on Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Teens meet on Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Jaccob’s Ladder is located at 419 Harrison Street.  For more information call (928) 753-9200. SuperNoggin Classes BULLHEAD CITY – Join us for FREE SuperNoggin Classes on Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. at the Bullhead City Nutrition Center. The goal of SuperNoggin is to have fun and is a energizing program that help people take control of their brain fitness by combining a unique blend of instruction, motivation and activities around the theme of brain healthy living. For more information or to RVSP contact Linda Guzman at (928) 758-1538. Cyclers meet KINGMAN – Every Friday night at 6 p.m. you can meet at Bicycle Outfitters located at 3001 Stockton Hill RD for a beginners group mountain bike ride.  Every Saturday morning at 6 a.m. a group meets for a group road ride. Call (928) 753- 7538 for more information. Sewing class KINGMAN – Everyone is welcome, from beginners to experiences seamstresses for “Sewing is Fun!” at the Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center, 1776 Airway Ave.. Come get acquainted, have fun and learn something new. The workshop is held every Thursday morning from 9 to 11 a.m., with a $1 per session fee.
Kingman Youth Soccer League [KYSL] will have a first ever soccer shoe and shin guard exchange. the first exchange will be at Kids Day at the KRMC/Del Webb Wellness Center on June 4. Bring your old unused shoes and shin guards and exchange for a usable pair. You may also bring Soccer League items like clip boards, first aid kits, goal keeper jerseys, cones, balls, coach bags or any other League items, no questions asked. You may also bring referee items like socks, shorts, referee jerseys, whistles, watches, cards or referee bags. Other exchange days during the summer will be announced. if you have questions, call Rod at (928) 565-3120 between 8 a.m.-8 p.m. only.   Shoe & Shin Guard Exchange The Kingman Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 18 and under, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows: BREAKFAST: Kingman Middle School, 1963 Detroit Ave. • Monday-Friday • June 1-17 • 7:30-8:30 a.m. Mt. Tipton Elementary, 16500 Pierce Ferry Rd. • Monday-Friday • June 1-28 • 8:45-9:15 a.m. LUNCH: Kingman Middle School, 1963 Detroit Ave. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 1 • 11:00-11:45 a.m. La Senita Elementary, 3175 Gordon Dr. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 1 • 10:50-11:35 a.m. Cerbat Elementary, 2689 Jagerson Ave. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 1 • 11:00-11:30 a.m. Hualapai Elementary, 350 Eastern St. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 1 • 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Kingman High School, 4182 Bank St. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 1 • 10:50 a.m.-12:20 p.m. Boys & Girls Club 301 N. 1st St. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 22 • 12:00-12:45 p.m. Palo Christi, 500 Maple Ave. • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 22 • 11:50 a.m.-12:35 p.m. Mohave Gardens Apartment, 1074 Sycamore • Monday-Friday • June 1-July 22 • 11:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m.   KUSD sponsors Summer Food Service Program for kids Milepost being installed MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave County Public Works, through its Traffic Control Division, is fabricating and installing milepost signing along several unsurfaced roads countywide in an effort to provide new and important source of driver information. The signs will indicate the number of miles from/to road terminus and consist of a 12-inch by 24 to 48-inch retro reflective panel with green sheeting with white lettering.  Cumulatively, 556 total milepost signs and posts will be installed on 22 roads in one-mile intervals.  Roads receiving new milepost signage include the following: · Arizona Strip Area: Antelope Valley Road, Craigs Ranch Road, Mt. Dellenbaugh Road, Mt. Trumbull Loop, Mud Mountain Road, Navajo Trail, Pakoon Springs Road, Yellowstone Road · Hackberry Area: Antares Road, Hackberry Road · Dolan Springs Area: Cottonwood Road · Golden Valley Area: Shinarump Drive · Wikieup Area: Back Road, Bogles Ranch Road, Burro Creek Crossing, Chicken Springs Road, Signal Road, Seventeen Mile Road, Highland Road · Yucca Area: Alamo Road, Butch Cassidy Road, and Planet Ranch Road This initiative aids motorists and emergency service providers in providing location reference information critical to incident and crash response. In addition, milepost signs enable delivery of improved way finding directions to rural destinations, such as locating a local intersecting road or property where a specific milepost may serve as reference.  Public Works recommends motorists and residents become aware of milepost signs to ensure faster emergency response and efficient destination way finding. has new look and 211 counts dashboard Community Information and Referral Services (CIR), provider of statewide 2-1-1 Arizona is pleased to announce its website has a new look, a new 211 Counts statistical dashboard, and easier navigation at . 2-1-1 as the easy to remember three-digit dialing number, along with its website, were started in 2011 for easy access to information and referrals to health, nonprofit, community, tribal, government and human services available in Arizona. 2-1-1 Arizona has over 36,000 available resources statewide that serve the public and its benefits include: · Easy access to vital community, health, and human service programs available in Arizona. · Coordination of volunteer needs and opportunities. · Demographic feedback on trends in needs, services, gaps, and poverty areas. · Acts as a support system for emergency 9-1-1 operatives and disaster relief With over 1.3 million service requests fulfilled last year, Catherine Rea, CEO wants the public to know that the new website is now available, along with the 211Counts dashboard. “We have updated the website to make searching for health and human services much easier for the State of Arizona. Dialing 211 to speak with a Call Specialist is still available, but with over 1 million searches through 211 last year, it is necessary we stay updated for our client needs, as well as show trends in service requests for Arizona that compare to US census statistical data.  211 service requests often serve as indicators of social and economic needs nationally.” Rea is asking the community go to the website at  to try it out. Posted 061616 Chloride VFW Auxiliary awards scholarship Chloride VFW Auxiliary 2190 awarded their $1,000 Scholarship for the essay entitiled, "My Vision for America" to home school student and graduating senior, Landon Colvig.  Landon is planning on furthering his education at Mohave Community College towards an Associates Degree in Math and Engineering.  The following auxiliary members were on the 2015/2016 Scholarship Committee:  President Cynde Anthony, Treasurer Kathy Butz, Americanism Chair Carol Ebner, Chaplain Phyllis Anderson, and Sharon Turner.  Sharon was instrumental in starting the auxiliary scholarship program at VFW Auxiliary Post 2190.  Monies for the 2015/2016 scholarship program came from a pie sale, 50/50 raffle, and meat raffles.  VFW Auxiliary Post 2190 is currently selling patriotic bracelets and cooking dinner at the post on the first and third Friday evenings to raise money for next year's scholarship  KALP needs tutors Can you spare an hour a week? KINGMAN – The Kingman Area Literacy Program, (KALP), a volunteer advocacy group, which promotes literacy skills for all ages, is asking for your help. Volunteers are needed to help students improve reading skills, prepare for GED and other testing, or help English Language Learners (ELL) expand communication skills. (All ages are welcomed). Free tutor orientation/guidance is provided. When this short briefing session is completed, the tutor and student decide on the day and time that is best for them for tutoring. A minimum one-hour per week is needed. Tutor sessions occur during open hours at the Mohave County Public Library- Kingman.  All materials for guidance and tutor sessions are at no charge. No previous teaching experience is required - just interest, patience, and your desire to help others will help make you a part of the winning KALP tutor team! KALP is meeting Friday, July 8, offering an open meeting for current tutors, and for those interested in becoming tutors. It will be held at the Mohave County Library Administration Building, Conference Room, at 3269 Burbank Blvd. (large North side parking lot, back), at 1 p.m.  We hope you will volunteer for a rewarding and important opportunity to help others have a greater success in their lives. For further information, please call Chris Meisenheimer, at (928) 757-4616 please leave a message if no answer.
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KRMC announces 2017 events
KINGMAN – As Kingman Regional Medical Center prepares for another year; we want our community to be aware of all the events we have planned in 2017. Please note that we have changed the location for some of these events; Kids’ Day and the Women’s and Senior Health Fairs will now take place at KRMC’s Hualapai Mountain Campus at 3801 Santa Rosa Dr. to allow for continued growth of these events. Health Fairs We conduct four health fairs per year that are free and open to the public. Scores of local and regional organizations participate - offering services and information to enhance your health, safety, and wellbeing. Additionally, KRMC offers free flu shots, immunizations, and health screenings (bone density testing, cholesterol screening, etc.) as available and appropriate for the demographic at the fair. • Senior Health Fair - January 28, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm at KRMC Hualapai Mountain Campus • Kids’ Day Health and Safety Fair - May 20, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm at KRMC Hualapai Mountain Campus • Men’s Health Fair - July 12, 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm at KRMC Medical Professional Center • Women’s Health Fair - October 14, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm at KRMC Hualapai Mountain Campus Lunch & Learn Lectures KRMC hosts “Lunch & Learn” lectures for the public on a bi-monthly basis in which different KRMC medical professionals discuss important health topics. Attendees bring their own lunch and KRMC provides a beverage and dessert. The one-hour lectures begin at 12:00 noon on the 3rd Wednesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November. They are held in the Hualapai/Cerbat conference room at KRMC’s Medical Professional Center. Foundation Events The KRMC Foundation hosts two annual fundraising events to benefit KRMC’s Joan and Diana Hospice Home. The Annual Route 66 Race for Hospice includes 5k and 10k routes that participants of all ages can walk or run. The KRMC Foundation Golf Tournament includes teams of four players competing for various prizes, a catered lunch, and a silent auction. • Route 66 Race for Hospice – May 6, beginning 7:30 am at the Powerhouse Visitor Center 120 W Andy Devine Ave. • Foundation Gold Tournament – September 16, beginning 7:30 am at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course 101 Gates Ave. Holiday Open House Is a free event and is open to the public, presenting displays and activities from various KRMC departments. December 6, 4:30 - 7:00, Kingman Regional Medical Center (main entrance). In addition to the above event, KRMC sponsors blood drives, special lectures, departmental open houses, and other events. Please visit to review our events calendar listed under the “Community” tab. For more information about these events, contact Ben McGlothlin in KRMC Public Relations at (928) 263-3873. Posted: 011117