News Briefs: Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Craft fair, swap meet
Sunday at Elks Lodge
KINGMAN - The Kingman Elks Charity Craft Fair and Swap Meet is from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the lodge, 900 Gates Ave.
Spaces will be available inside the Lodge and in the parking lot. Cost of space rental and tables is $10 or $15 for two to benefit Elks National Foundation, the charity arm of the Elks. The ENF supports drug awareness programs, youth scholarships, veteran services and the Kingman Girl Scouts Camp in the Hualapai Mountains.
For more information, call the Lodge at (928) 753-2547 or Butch Meriwether at (928) 530-8988.
Lake Havasu City to host
KINGMAN - The 6th Annual Lower Colorado River Horticulture Conference is Jan. 28 at the Nautical Inn Resort, Lake Havasu City. World renowned horticulturist and author Mary Irish is scheduled to offer a presentation.
Conference fees are $55 and include breakfast, breaks and lunch. This year's topic is "Sustainable Landscapes."
Call (928) 753-3788 for more information.
Free life transformation seminar Thursday
KINGMAN - The Life Transformation Program, sponsored by Kingman Regional Medical Center, kicks off with two free seminars that start at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Del E Webb Wellness Center conference rooms.
Dino Pierce, CFT, CPT, RD, CDE and Ronne Pierce, CFT will be presenting a life-changing seminar as they outline the entire nine-week program. Interested participants must attend one of the two seminars to obtain a spot in the program. No RSVP is necessary for the complimentary seminars.
Call the Del E Webb Wellness Center at 928/692-4600 for more information.