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Military/Veteran Community Meeting



TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2015 – 10:00 – 1:00


1109 Geronimo Avenue – Parker, AZ

Representatives of military, government and community organizations in Parker and the surrounding region are invited to attend a Military/Veteran Community Meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to provide updates on upcoming initiatives that affect service members, veterans and their families and the organizations that serve them. Topics and updates will include:

  • The launch of a Veterans Court.
  • Updates relating to VA healthcare and community provider contact points.
  • Development of Arizona’s Military/Veteran Resource Network & the process for organizations to join.
  • Training opportunities for first responders, legal professionals, social service and behavioral health providers and community members on military/veteran culture, reosurce navigation and more.

Come learn how you and your organization can participate in these initiatives in the coming year, helping to ensure there is no wrong door and no wrong person for Arizona’s service members, veterans, and their families.

(Note: A Health & Knowledge fair for veterans to learn about VA Health Care and other benefits will be held simultaneously with this event and providers are invited to visit the fair to learn more about the available resources.)

Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by Wed, March 4 to Bill Risen: or 928-669-8620

Questions? Please email or call 602-753-8802


Colorado River Regional Crisis Services

Colorado River Indian Tribes Department of Health and Human Services

Arizona Supreme Court

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Northern Arizona VA Health Care System Veterans Town Hall Meeting


Northern Arizona VA Health Care System Veterans Town Hall Meeting

The Northern Arizona VA Health Care System (NAVAHCS) is pleased to host a Town Hall Meeting for all Veterans in the Kingman area.

The Town Hall is schedule to take place on Thursday, April 9, 2015 from 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the VA Kingman CLinic at 2668 Hualapai Mountain Rd, Kingman AZ 86401.

The event will offer Veterans the opportunity to speak with VA leadership, Service Line Managers, and Subject Matter Experts in reference to their care at the VA KIngman Clinic. The Town Hall meeting will have information tables in the back of the room with literature, brochures, and personnel ready to answer questions.

Northern Arizona VA Health Care System delivers Personalized, Proactive, and Patient-Driven Healthcare to Veterans and we welcome the opportunity to listen to our Veterans feedback on our care and services.

If anyone has questions about the meeting, please contact NAVAHCS Public Affairs Officer, Mary Dillinger at 928-717-7587.

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Bob’s Birthday Breakfast 2015


A pancake breakfast to celebrate the 104th birthday of Robert P. McCulloch, the founder of Lake Havasu City is planned for March 21. Although McCulloch’s birthday is actually in May, he shouldn’t mind celebrating during a cooler time of the year.

The breakfast is from 8-10 a.m. at the Lake Havasu Museum of History, 320 London Bridge Road. The cost is $5. In addition to pancakes, there will be cake, contests, games and prizes. Admission to the museum is free during the breakfast.

In place of the traditional poetry contest, Burma Shave verses should be submitted for consideration and the winners will be selected by people’s choice. Local references in the verses are encouraged. Some examples would beCONFUSED DESERT TRAVELLERS, CAME OVER THE RIDGE, WE REALLY ARE LOST, IT’S THE LONDON BRIDGE. Entries should be sent to the museum by March 18.
There also will be a LHC Trivia Contest, Poker Fundraiser ($5/hand) and, of course, birthday cake. McCulloch’s J2 Gyroplane will be on site for photo opportunities.

Bob’s Birthday Breakfast offers an opportunity not only to enjoy a pancake breakfast, but to also learn more about the amazing man who built Lake Havasu City from 26 square miles of barren desert.

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Navy Reserve Celebrates Its Centennial


March 3rd Marks the Celebration of U.S. Navy Reserve’s 100th Anniversary

Washington DC, – The Navy Reserve will mark its centennial anniversary on Tuesday, March 3rd with a series of events starting in Washington DC and continuing at installations around the country during the year. The events will highlight the history of the Navy Reserve and the remarkable contributions Reserve Sailors have made to the nation’s security.

“Our Centennial commemoration is a truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to highlight the Reserve Sailors for their service, and that of their families, to America.” said, Vice Admiral Robin Braun. “We want to recognize our rich history and heritage with all of our Sailors, both past and present.”

For 100 years Navy Reserve Sailors have answered our nation’s call in times of war and peace. From communities across America, young men and women left their homes and jobs, trading out civilian clothes for Navy uniforms. From its earliest days, the Navy Reserve has reflected the face of the nation, welcoming members from every race, color, creed and gender to strengthen our Force.

Congress authorized the establishment of the Federal Naval Reserve on March 3, 1915. Initially, the only Sailors eligible to enroll were enlisted Navy veterans. On August 29, 1916, with the prospect of America’s entry into World War I looming, the Navy Reserve reorganized to allow the enrollment of non-veterans and was designated as the U.S. Naval Reserve Force.

When the U.S. entered World War I on April 6, 1917, there were 8,000 Sailors serving in the Navy Reserve Force. When the fighting ended on November 11, 1918, more than 250,000 Reserve Sailors were on active duty, which was more than half of the war-time Navy. These Sailors included 12,000 pioneering women – who were all released from active duty by 1920 not to serve again until World War II.

During World War II, the Navy Reserve contributed 84 percent of the Navy’s manpower. Navy Reserve Sailors in World War II included five future U.S. Presidents – John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush – and 15 recipients of the Medal of Honor.

More than 22,000 Reserve Sailors were mobilized for the first Gulf War in the first post-Cold War test of the Force, and since September 11, 2001, there have been more than 70,000 Selected Reserve mobilizations, along with an additional 4,500 deployments by Full Time Support Sailors, including more than 8,000 who have done a second combat tour.

Navy Reserve Sailors deliver essential skills and capabilities to the Navy and Joint Forces wherever and whenever needed. They possess in-depth knowledge and experience that complement critical Navy missions and provide best-practices, technical skills, process management and demonstrated leadership from vastly different work cultures to the Navy.

With nearly one quarter of the Navy Reserve Force providing support to the active duty Navy on any given day, today’s Navy Reserve is the most combat and operationally experienced Force in decades.

Navy Reserve Sailors are patriots who balance the demands of family life, civilian careers, community service and the United States Navy, bringing diverse, dedicated backgrounds from all walks of life. Navy Reserve Sailors are successful because of the magnificent support they get from their families, employers and friends throughout their community.

The U.S. Navy Reserve – Ready then. Ready now. Ready always.

For information on Centennial events, as well as the history and heritage of the Navy Reserve, please visit

To view the Navy Reserve history video, please go to

For more information:
Cmdr. Charlie Summers, Office of the Chief of Navy Reserve, Public Affairs Officer
(703) 614-1094 office
(207) 252-8121 cell

Cmdr. David Russell, Navy Reserve Centennial Commemoration Public Affairs
(703) 614-4410


“Why Being There Matters”

On our planet, more than 70 percent of which is covered by water, being there means having the ability to act from the sea. The Navy is uniquely positioned to be there; the world’s oceans give the Navy the power to protect America’s interests anywhere, and at any time. Your Navy protects and defends America on the world’s oceans. Navy ships, submarines, aircraft and, most importantly, tens of thousands of America’s finest young men and women are deployed around the world doing just that. They are there now. They will be there when we are sleeping tonight. They will be there every Saturday, Sunday and holiday this year. They are there around the clock, far from our shores, defending America at all times.

Thank you very much for your support of the men and women in U.S. Navy, deployed around the clock.

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BBB Shares Five Tips to Start Saving

BBB Shares Five Tips to Start Saving During
Military Saves Week

(Lake Havasu City, AZ – February 24, 2015) Better Business Bureau (BBB) joins Military Saves Week February 24 through March 1, motivating, supporting and encouraging military families to save money, reduce debt, and build wealth with free resources and information offered through BBB’s Military Line.

Organized by Military Saves, a partner in the Department of Defense’s Financial Readiness Campaign, BBB and thousands of organizations are encouraging the community to take the Military Saves Pledge and commit to saving.

To get started, BBB shares five tips to start saving:

1.   Pledge to save. Take the Military Saves Pledge at and join the more than 350,000 people committed to saving.

2.   Select a savings option. Visit to learn about savings options from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.

3.   Set a savings goal. People save more when they have a goal in mind. Whether it is saving for retirement, an emergency or a child’s college education, keep your savings goal top of mind.

4.   Use a savings checklist. America Saves offers a free savings checklist to help track your progress at

5.   Share your goal. Talk about your goal with family and friends and participate in trustworthy initiatives such as Military Saves Week.

Supporting Military Saves Week, BBB’s Military Line reminds military communities of the free resources available in the areas of financial literacy and consumer protection offered through the efforts of 112 BBBs across the U.S.

BBB’s Military Line offers free resources in the areas of:

1.   Education - BBB teaches financial readiness classes at various military installations.

2.   Outreach - BBB attends and supports community fairs, conferences and events, connecting with service members.

3.   Information - BBB shares articles, links, and consumer alerts on our site, along with free consumer guides developed just for military members and their families.

4.   Data Collection - BBB analyzes data received to help identify threats and needs of our military community in the marketplace.

5.   Complaint and Dispute Resolution - BBB helps military consumers resolve disputes by taking complaints at , and alerting on issues affecting the military community at large.

For a full list of resources, visit Connect on social media at and

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Volunteers Needed to Weed Out Intruders

Volunteers needed to weed out intruders
Saturday, March 7


LAUGHLIN, Nev. – Volunteers are needed to remove invasive fountaingrass at Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area. Tools and refreshments will be provided; volunteers are asked to bring their own work gloves.

The Fountaingrass Control Initiative is a campaign to stop the spread of green fountaingrass listed as a noxious weed in southern Nevada. This invasive plant was formerly used in ornamental landscapes, but its wind-blown seeds are spreading into roadsides, natural environments and agricultural areas, particularly around Laughlin and shorelines along the Colorado River. Once established, fountaingrass impacts wildlife habitat, decreases agricultural production and increases fire danger.

The Southern Nevada Cooperative Weed Management Area, a partnership of landowners, organizations, and federal, state and local agencies (including Nevada State Parks), brings a coordinated approach to address weeds that threaten natural environments and agriculture.

WHAT: Volunteer Weed-Pull: Fountaingrass Control Initiative

WHEN: Saturday, March 7 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

WHERE: The park is located at 4220 S. Needles Highway, 1 mile south of Casino Drive in Laughlin.

CONTACT: Jonathan Brunjes, 702-298-1859,

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Relay For Life 2015


For more information on how you can register for free visit:

Tyler Tanner 702-891-9015
Local Contact: Doug Esmay 928-486-6291

Relay For Life of Lake Havasu
APRIL 24-25, 2015
Lake Havasu High School
2675 Palo Verde Blvd. South
Lake Havasu City, AZ

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“In Lake Havasu City, we come together as a community for one of our own. Many people know long-time resident and beloved community member Kevin Shephardson. Kevin and the Shephardson family need our help.

Kevin suffered a major heart attack on New Years Eve and has been in Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas since then. His family is seeking to bring Kevin back to the Phoenix area to be close to the family where they can be of the best support.

Unfortunately insurance does not cover the transport, and we are looking for community support and donations to make it possible for Kevin to be with his family. Kevin would do it for any one of us.

His children have set up a Go Fund Me account for people to contribute in order to help bring him back to his family. Please donate if you can, and share this message with your family and friends.
Go to

If you would like to make a donation and cannot do it on line please make donations to Sunrise Rotary and bring to Printing Plus, 2069 McCulloch Boulevard, Suite1, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 or Call Michelle Pounders at Printing Plus, 855-7587 if you need assistance”

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Donna Britt

Donna Britt

10am-3pm, Monday through Friday.

About Donna:

“I accidentally ended up working at a radio station when I was 17. And before I knew it I was off to college with a broadcasting scholarship, abandoning my dream of being a pediatrician! I’ve had a wonderful time in the years since and have done pretty much every job you can do around a radio station – from writing and reading the news to hosting and producing a nationally syndicated program! When I’m not tied to a microphone or writing at my computer, you’ll find me in my kitchen. I host a cooking show in the Northwest, collect cookbooks and vintage aprons and plan to retire to pie baking when I’m 90!”

Steve Marche-Tormé

About Steve

Steve March-Tormé was born in New York City to the multi-talented Mel Tormé and the former model, Candy Tockstein. They were divorced when Steve was two and a half years old. Shortly thereafter, Candy married the actor/comedian Hal March, who was the host of NBC-TV’s The $64,000 Question Show and subsequently starred in Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn on Broadway.

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