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Daughters of the American Revolution
The local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will meet at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, May 1, at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts.
Leslie Bell, Regent of the Mohave Chapter, will speak on the recent DAR State Conference.
New member information will be available at the meeting Saturday.
Contact Katherine at 757-7242 or Betsy at 692-2994 for more information.
Dinner special this week is pork loin with all the trimmings, fish or steak and a full salad bar from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
Also available are sandwiches with onion rings or fries.
Dancing this week is with Gunsmoke from 7 p.m.
to 11 p.m.
Saturday morning is breakfast from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m.
Saturday at 2 p.m.
starts the EAGLE OLYMPICS Games for adults and children.
Wheelchair races, crutch relays, with all types of games and hamburgers and hot dogs are being served, with music by Gunsmoke.
Karaoke Sunday evening 7 p.m.
to 11 p.m.
Friday Afternoon Bridge Club
With five tables in play, the winners for the Friday, April 16 game were: first place, Pat Knudson and Mary Mazelin; second place, Karla Kay and Lorraine Frazza; third place, Bert Leenhouts and Will Seroy and in fourth, Virginia Mead and Don Keys.
Good Sams Club
The Route 66 Chapter of the Good Sams Club International recently donated $300 to the Mutt Matchers and Friends in Kingman AZ to help with the refurbishment of the old city kennel.
A new roof is in the works to update the facility.
The Route 66 Chapter of the Good Sams decided to support these efforts.
As most of the group has a number of pets, this charity seemed appropriate for our efforts.
On April 16 the check was presented to Lillian Pullman VP of Mutt Matchers by JoEllen Nastri, Treasurer of the Route 66 Sams and Fred Montalvo, President of the Route 66 Sams.
The Good Sams chapters are dedicated to developing an atmosphere of caring and giving of their time and energy to worthy causes inside and outside of their communities.
Any one wishing to obtain information on the Route 66 Chapter and their activities can contact Betty Daly at 757-8085 or John Pferdehirt at 692-7322.
Kingman Arizona Computer Users Group
The meeting of the Kingman Arizona Computer Users Group (KACUG) will be held on Sunday, April 25, 2004, at 2:00 PM, at the Kathryn Heidenreich Senior Center, 1776 Airway.
This month's agenda will cover a presentation of "Scanners/Pictures: Part II." See website www.kingmanarizonacug.com and click on "Agenda." For further information, please contact Rachel Thalrose, President, at 757-4243, or Richard Polaski, Membership Chairman, at 692-5178.
Join us at the Kingman High School south campus on Saturday, April 24 from 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
for an evening of fun with Dale Dockery.
Wear your prettiest rainbow colors and be ready to dance.
For more information, 757-7086.
Kingman Pinochle Club
The winners of the April 17 game: first place, Warren Knudson; second place, Kay Kucik and third place, Eva Bakker.
For more information call at 692-4721.
Radiant Rouge Renegades
The Radiant Rouge Renegades, a chapter of the Red Hat Society, surrounded the Mayor in his office as he signed the Proclamation declaring April 25 as Red Hat day in Kingman.
From left to right; Shirley Judd, Ruth Mobley, Dana Brock, Norma Gibson and the Queen Mum, Peggy Heckathorn.
The Red Hatters will be strolling from Albertson's to Wal-Mart the afternoon of the 25 at 2 p.m.; any women wishing to join our organization are encouraged to attend.
For more information, call Peggy at 757-1878 or Ruth at 692-7396.
Rebekah Assembly Lodge 12
Bessie Colvin, President if the Rebekah Assembly of Arizona, made an official visit on April 5 at Lodge No.12.
Members attended a potluck dinner and a breakfast the following morning in her honor.
Other dignitaries in attendance were Lynn Court, Past President and Charles Colvin, Grand Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of Arizona.
TOPS AZ 372
For the April 8 meeting, monthly awards were presented for the March achievements.
A total of 19 members received an award for one month of perfect attendance.
The best losers were: Lori Lopez in first, Tina Kreuer in second and Douglas Murdock in third.
Tina Kreuer received her 40 and 50-pound loss disc and Peggy Borchers received her 210-pound loss disc.
We have a new contest every two months, which gives members an extra incentive, our most recent contest began April 15 and runs through May 27.
We had our first brown bag luncheon with fun gifts which all members enjoyed.
We plan to repeat the event again in the future.
Our group meets at the Butler Social Club on Thursday's at 5:30 p.m., please call for more information: 279-2431.
VFW Post 3516
Chicken fried steak will be served Friday from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m., hosted by Pat Graham.
Sunday at 11 a.m.
the District 8 meeting will be at the VFW Post 9833 in Dolan Springs.
Shuffleboard tournament begins at Noon.
The Dart League meets Monday at 6 p.m.
President Mary Eubank's welcomed the eight new members to the Auxiliary and following the ceremony the group met for lunch.
For more information, call after noon any day of the week.