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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.   



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. 


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.  2022 has been no exception.  

As our year comes to a close, we were honored to present our 2022 Charity Donations to four (4) deserving organizations that serve our local communities.  Checks for $1500 each were presented to:

Mohave County Sheriff's Department K9 Program - Presented to Sgt. John Sanchelle

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

Jerry Ambrose Veteran's Foundation - Presented Pat Farrell

Mohave County Senior Programs - Presented to Brenda Lobue


(Pictured Left to Right) Jack Walker, CRCC Treasurer, Greg Attl, CRCC President

Sgt. John Sanchelle, Autumn Robinson, Pat Farrell, Brenda Lobue


Christmas is a time for giving, and the Colorado River Corvette Club is proud once again to be part of the wonderful holiday traditions that make our communities what they are all about…it’s citizens; no matter who they are, we love being part of giving back to them.

Once again, this year the Colorado River Corvette Club participated in the Sr. Angel Tree Program, which we renamed “Forgotten” Senior Angel Tree Program, to bless those who are sadly forgotten and overlooked at this time of year…the elderly.

Members in Bullhead City/Laughlin, Kingman and Lake Havasu City, participated in a program known as the Senior Angel Tree Program, purchasing gifts to be distributed to “seniors or elderly” persons in each community who have no family and most likely will spend Christmas alone.  Much like the traditional “Angel Tree Program”, where an “angel tag” is filled out with details about a child (age, gender, favorite color, etc.) and what they would like for Christmas, “angel tags” were completed for Seniors and members took a “tag” and went shopping.

Presents from members in Bullhead City/Fort Mohave and Laughlin were delivered to Sunridge Village Assisted Living, while members from Kingman gathered in Kingman and presented gifts to Heather Brassil, Coordinator for Americore Seniors to be distributed at their annual Seniors Christmas Party.

It was wonderful experience, and we were blessed to be a part of it.  What a joy to help bring a little Christmas cheer to many who may not otherwise have Christmas this year.

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Throughout the year donations are made to various organizations in the form of sponsorships for events they are hosting. This year's donations totaled $1100 in sponsorship funds.  Our Club was proud to be a Silver Sponsor for the Nola Charles Golf Tournament hosted by the BHC Morning Kiwanis Group, and a sponsor for the Guardian Foundation Annual Suicide Prevention and Awareness Walk held each year at Rotary Park in Bullhead City.

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