News Briefs: Wednesday, October 21, 2009
The Kingman Police Department will be accepting bags of individually wrapped candy through the end of this week for its Pumpkin Patrol.
Police officers, Explorers and volunteers will take to the streets in patrol vehicles to distribute the candy on Halloween and make sure trick or treaters stay safe.
The Pumpkin Patrol vehicles will be decorated with plastic jack-o-lanterns attached to the light bar.
Candy can be dropped off through 5 p.m. Friday at the Kingman Police Department, 2730 E. Andy Devine Ave.
All donations will receive a receipt and are tax-deductible.
The Kingman Air and Auto Show 2 Annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for Oct. 31 at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. Proceeds from the tournament will go toward enabling the show committee to sustain essential operations and planning activities during 2009 and 2010, in preparation for the next show.
The tournament will be a three-person blind draw team scramble format and the entry fee is $85 per person. The cost includes golf, a cart, lunch and all buy-ins (skins, gross/net and KPs). Cut-off for entry is noon Thursday, and golf course personnel will conduct the blind draw at 6 p.m. that evening at the Kingman Elks Lodge, located at 900 Gates Ave.
Sign-up sheets are available at the Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course.
Dr. Sanjeev Gopal, an oncologist, will discuss "The Changing Face of Cancer" during Kingman Regional Medical Center's monthly Lunch & Learn today.
Lunch & Learn seminars are free and held in the Del E. Webb Wellness Center Conference Rooms at KRMC from noon to 1 p.m. Participants bring their own lunch and KRMC provides a beverage and dessert. There is no charge for the program, but seating is limited. Contact KRMC Public Relations at (928) 681-8514 to make a reservation.
As a board-certified medical oncologist/hematologist, Gopal is highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of cancers and blood disorders.