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Giving back to our communities (Bullhead City, Laughlin, Kingman and Lake Havasu City) is a very important part of what the Colorado River Corvette Club is all about.   

Our club generously supports year after year many charitable programs in our communities involving Veterans, homeless, children and youth programs, law enforcement, elderly and the environment.  2023 has been no exception.  

As our year comes to a close, we were honored to present our 2023 Charity Donations to four (4) deserving organizations that serve our local communities.  Checks for $1500 each were awarded to:

Mohave County Sheriff's Department S.O.A.R.  (Stop Overdose Abuse Resource) Program 

      Presented to Sgt. John Sanchelle

Boys & Girls Club of the Colorado River - Presented to Autumn Robinson

Tri State Military Moms - Presented to Janet Gagnon, President, Cindy Frizelle, President

Emeritus & Co-Founder, Sue Trani, Vice President and Robynne Mieding, Treasurer

Mohave County Senior Programs - Presented to Brenda Lobue (accepted by CRCC  

Vice President Bob Rothler in her absence)


(Pictured Left to Right) Greg Attl, CRCC President, Bob Beynon CRCC Treasurer,

Marvene Huss, CRCC NL Editor & Social Media Director, Sgt. John Sanchelle,

Janet Gagnon, Cindy Frazelle, Bob Rothler, CRCC  Vice President (accepting for Brenda Lobue,  Robynne Mieding, Sue Trani, Autumn Robinson, Debbie Dorman, CRCC Webmaster, Jim Zaborsky, CRCC Governor.

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Since 2016, our club has honored Earth Day with trees donated by the club and individual members to the parks in Bullhead City, Kingman, and Lake Havasu City.  The last two years, Rosewood trees were planted at Rotary Park in Bullhead City, Arizona.  This year, to honor Earth Day, club members gathered at Kingman’s Firefighters Memorial Park on Saturday, April 22, 2023, to “shovel some dirt” around 5 Red Plush Pistache trees already placed in the ground by the City of Kingman Parks Employees.   Originally the plan was to donate 3 trees, however, due to the tragedy that struck the Kingman community just a week prior, it seemed only fitting to plant two more trees in honor of Tatum Meins and Sherene Walema, the two teen girls who lost their lives in that accident.

It was a beautiful spring day, perfect for “planting” trees, and to be part of beautifying and enhancing our communities is part of what Colorado River Corvette Club is all about. 

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