Tribute To Theater & Broadway Musicals

TRIBUTE TO THEATER & BROADWAY MUSICALS

THURSDAY AT MOHAVE HIGH “UNDER THE LIGHTS”


BULLHEAD CITY – Students, alumni and faculty will perform the final concert of the school year Thursday night (May 17) as a fundraiser for Mohave High School’s drama and musical theater program.  For the second year, selections from more than 15 different Broadway shows will be featured in “Under The Lights,” which starts at 7:00 pm in the Mohave High auditorium.  General admission tickets are $5 at the door.

Songs, sketches and scenes are from The Addams Family, Aladdin, Charlie’s Aunt, Dear Evan Hansen, The Greatest Showman, Hamilton, Heathers The Musical, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Les Miserables, Oklahoma!, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shrek the Musical, Sound of Music, Sweeney Todd, The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown, Waiting for Godot and Wicked.

Alumni returning for the performance include Alex Dubois, Dylan Bender, Kim Spiegelmire Moss, Andrew Snider and Pantera Waller.

Nearly two dozen Mohave High students will performing, including a number of seniors in what will be their final stage performances.

Mohave High teachers performing include Sean Burnham (English), Craig Evins (history and social studies), Lori Garner (retiring English and drama) and Cameron Pruett (choir and vocal music teacher).

Praxair Industrial Clothing Is Hosting A Local Food Drive!

Praxair Industrial Clothing is hosting a local food drive!

All non-perishable food items received will be donated to the local food bank. What’s in it for you besides the selfless act of giving? For every food item donated receive 50% a single clearance item. Praxair Industrial Clothing carries Dickies, Red Wing, Carhardt, Doc Martens, Georgia Boots, Sketcher Scrubs and sooo much more…

So help us feed those whom have fallen on hard times in our community with your donation. Also, discount. So win, win for everyone.

The most needed food items:

  • Canned tuna, chicken or salmon
  • Peanut butter
  • Meals in a can (soup, stew, chili)
  • Low-sodium canned vegetables
  • Canned fruit in its own juice or water
  • Olive or canola oil
  • Spices (cinnamon, chili powder, cumin, salt-free spice blends)
  • Canned foods with pop-top lids
  • Low-sugar whole grain cereals
  • Healthy snacks (granola bars, nuts, dried fruit)

Aquarius Kicks off the Annual “Give for Kids” Campaign

Aquarius Kicks off the Annual “Give for Kids” Campaign by donating $10K to Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River 

Aquarius Casino Resort kicked off the Boys & Girls Clubs “Give for Kids” Campaign by donating $10,000 to this annual event.

The “Give for Kids” annual campaign is one in which the Board of Directors reaches out to friends, family and business peers within the community asking them to consider making a donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs.  Generated funds from this event are unrestricted and can be utilized for utilities, payroll, liability insurance, and general operating costs of doing business. The 2018 campaign goal has been set at $80,000.

Aquarius Casino Resort General Manager Sean Hammond presented Autumn Boyle-Robinson, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs, a check for $10,000 on April 20.

“We are so grateful for this amazing donation from Aquarius” Boyle-Robinson said. “This will truly kick off the “Give for Kids” campaign! We are serving more and more children every month and summer is our peak season.”

Hammond, who is also on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Clubs, has challenged other organizations, businesses, and individuals within the Laughlin community to match the generous donation.

Aquarius has made this donation every year for the past 11 years in conjunction with the Golden Entertainment Community Connections.  Golden Entertainment Community Connections is made up of management and team members that give back to the community through volunteers and service projects.

“Whether it is one company giving $10,000,  a few companies giving a couple thousand dollars each, or 10,000 people giving $1 a piece, I challenge everyone in this community to help make a difference in the lives of our youth. Together we can change future.”

Aggravated Assault/Escaped Custody – Beaver Dam

 

Aggravated Assualt/ Escaped Custody- Beaver Dam

Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies are attempting to locate Darren Bruce Boone, 34 of Littlefield, for Aggravated Assault on an Officer and Escaped Custody. On Friday (4/27) at approximately 9 AM, deputies made contact with Boone for an unrelated incident. While Boone was being restrained, a struggle ensued with the deputy. During the struggle, Boone was able to take possession of the deputy’s taser, but was not able to deploy it. The suspect began reaching for the deputy’s weapon, when a Good Samaritan attempted to assist the deputy and was assaulted and shoved away by the suspect. The Good Samaritan then fired a warning shot into the air from her own weapon, and Boone fled the scene on foot into a nearby wash. At this time, Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies are actively searching for Boone in the area of Old Pioneer Rd. and Beaver Dam Dr. Darren Boone is described as 5’ 9”, 175 lbs, bald with brown eyes, and tattoos on both arms. Darren Boone is considered dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Darren Boone are encouraged to contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 928- 753-0753.

MOHAVE COUNTY
Doug Schuster
SHERIFF

SHERIFF’S OFFICE
600 West Beale Street _ P.O. Box 1191 _ Kingman, Arizona 86402
PHONE: (928) 753-0753 _ FAX: (928) 753-0765

MCSO PRESS RELEASE
April 27, 2018

New Horizons Presents Lake Havasu City’s First Community Garden

The Lake Havasu Area Chamber Ambassadors held a ribbon cutting ceremony for New Horizons celebrating 25 years as a chamber member.

New Horizons has been providing service to people with disabilities for 45 years. It offers community integrated activity programs like Lake Havasu’s first Community Garden, built on land donated to New Horizons.

Attending the ceremony from left to right were Ashley Bartosiewicz, Claudia Gonzalez, John Federico, Lindsay Hughes, Dempsey Nail, B.J. Dye, Terry Delia – CEO, Paul Vaughn, John Blosl and Teri Jameson