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• VFW Post 9401, Breakfast 11-2 pm welcoming guests. Info: call: 928-855-5374.

• American Legion Post 81, lunch 11 am-1 pm Legion Golf, Wii bowling 4 – 7 pm For info: 928-855-2552.

• Eagle Air 4299, lunch 11 am-2 pm, or until gone. 4:30 am towards dance and All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti. 6 am Live Music with Steve Wayman. Info: 928-855-1234.

• Our Lady of the Lake Community Soup Kitchen, 1975 Daytona Drive. Lunch 4 to 5:30 pm

• The DAV Service Desk is asking for help. 9:30 in the afternoon. 2001 College Drive, 928-855-0356

• Kiwanis Club of Lake Havasu City, Breakfast Meeting, noon to 1 p.m. Makai Cafe, 1425 N. McCulloch Blvd.

• Elks Stay: Breakfast 11 am – 2 pm, Dinner 4 – 8 pm, Bingo at 6 pm Open to the public. Karaoke at 6 pm For full menus go to

• Mohave County Senior Center, 450 South Acoma Blvd., Bridge Party, 12:30 pm, Arts and Crafts, 8:30 pm, Music Jam Session, 9 am, Bunco 12:30 pm, Billiards, 8 to 3:30 pm . pm*

• TOPS, Meets at Christ Chapel on Chemehuevi Blvd and Saratoga. Check-in at 3:30 pm and meeting at 4 pm

• Al-Anon meeting at 5:30 pm at 75 Capri Lane, Unit #B, Lake Havasu City. This is a support group for families and friends dealing with the effects of alcoholism.

• Bridge Toastmasters London speaking club. They start the meeting at 6:15 for one hour. Mohave Community College, 1977 West Acoma Blvd., Room 800. Info: Evangeline at 928-412-4737.

• Heart and Lung Support Association. 4 – 5 am HRMC Learning Center, 1785 McCulloch Drive. Call to register at 928-854-0044. Ext 7548. Thursday, April 13: HRMC Hospital, Saguaro Room, 101 Civic Center Lane. Topic: Sleep Apnea Dara Starr, MSHA, RR, Director of HRMC’s Sleep-Wasting Disorder Center, and the respiratory department will discuss sleep apnea and answer questions from participants.

• Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge weekly tour every Thursday through April 27. 9 – 11 am (weather permitting) Bill Williams River Refuge Visitor Center, 60911 Route 95, Parker. The trail begins outside the Visitor Center, then follows the Peninsula Trail and the Delta Trail. See and learn about Refuge habitat species and the communities that rely on them. Sturdy shoes or boots, water, binoculars, sunscreen and a hat. Info: Jessica Samuelson, 928-667-4144 or

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• American Legion Post 81, Taco lunch 11 am-1 pm AUX 50/50. Fish Fry, 4 – 6 am Open to family and household members plus 2 two guests per card.

• VFW Post 9401 Breakfast 11 am – 2 pm, Pool 9 ball at 11 am, Breakfast, 4-7 pm Karaoke 6 pm Guests are welcome. Info: 928-855-5374.

• TOPS-Heavy hanging takes place every Friday at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 8-10

• Elks Lodge: Breakfast 11- 2 pm Music 7 pm, Lunch from 4 – 8 pm to include prime rib and fish specials. For a full menu ad

• Order Loyal Moose, 3279 Maricopa Ave., Lunch, Fish and Chips, 5 to 6:30 p.m. or until gone. Info: 928-855-0290.

• Mohave County Senior Center, 450 S. Acoma Blvd., Exercise Class, 8:30 am, Ping-Pong, 9:30 am, Pinochle, 12:30 pm, Mexican Train, 12:30 pm, Billiards, 8 to 3 :30 a.m

• Duplicate Bridge Club 1 pm at Mohave County Senior Center 450 S. Acoma Blvd Info: call Willis Norton 208-241-7212.

• Al-Anon meetings. 10 am 75 Capri Lane, unit #B, Lake Havasu City. This is a support group for families and friends dealing with the effects of alcoholism.

• The study of the Lamb of God in the Lutheran Bible. Men’s teachers every Friday morning at 8:30-9:30 am Order from the board and study from the Bible. All are welcome. Dionysius at Diaconum Notus 928-486-2721

• Eagle Air 4299, Lunch 11-2pm or until gone, 4 – 7pm Fish Fry. 6 pm Live Music with Martin Arden and Phil Conti. Call 928-855-1234.

• Parkinson Support Group meets 2 pm First Friday of each month, Havasu Community Health Foundation 2126 N. McCulloch Blvd Unit 5. Call 928-453-8190.

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