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Mon, June 17

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Seminar empowers kids

Southwest Behavioral Health is hosting a Good Touch Bad Touch Lunch & Learn presentation on how to protect and empower our children from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at the Southwest Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic, 2215 Hualapai Mountain Road.

The program teaches children that most touches are good and most people want to help keep kids safe. Good Touch Bad Touch also empowers children to say "no" when they are being hurt. The program includes information about bullying, Internet safety/cyber-bulling and how to be a good friend to someone who is being abused.

The presentation is free. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Chaz Martinez at (928) 310-1701. RSVP at (928) 753-9387 or email

Entries for derby available

CHLORIDE - Entries for the annual Fourth of July Adult Soap Box Derby are being accepted at Yesterdays. Competitors build their own racer in this family event, which is sponsored by the East End Business Owners of Chloride.

Call (928) 565-4251 for more information.

Resort hosting chili cook-off

The Hualapai Mountain Resort will be hosting its third annual chili cook-off from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 14 at the resort, located at 4525 Hualapai Mountain Road.

There will be live music, cold beer, food and beverages will be sold at the event, which is free to the public. Proceeds will benefit the Kingman area Boys and Girls Club.

For more information or to enter the cook-off, contact Ron at (928) 757-3545 or (928) 713-6005.

Men's health fair set at KRMC

Kingman Regional Medical Center will host a Men's Health and Nutrition Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 14 on the hospital campus in the Medical Professional Center of Kingman and Del E. Webb Wellness Center conference rooms.

Free screenings and information to enhance the health and well-being of men in the community will be offered. Attendees will receive nutrition tips, health screenings, information on daily living and other ways to help keep an active lifestyle. Mohave County will offer free HIV testing.

The event is free and open to the public with food and prizes.

Dunk tank needed for fair

Kingman Parks & Recreation is looking for a dunk tank to use for the Annual Family Carnival and Movie night on July 27.

Someone willing to lend a dunk tank or who knows where to find one is asked to call (928) 757-7919.


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