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A Rootin’ Tootin’ Good Time for a Cause

Dust off your boots and saddle up! The Colorado River Women’s Council, (CRWC), will be hosting the annual Western Auction at the Fiesta RV Park, located at 3190 Hwy 95, on July 20th. The Western Auction is a fun-filled, westernthemed event that auctions donated items to fund their programs, such as Grant Assistance for Teachers and Educators (G.A.T.E.), Protect Our Kids Environment (P.O.K.E.), Scholarships, Women Helping Women, and the Leadership program. The Western Auction consists of 3 types of auctions all in one night. A silent auction, a quarter auction-yes...you can win items for as low as 25 cents, and a live auc-

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tion. There will be plenty of food, drinks and fun. This year, CRWC will have enough space for dancing. So bring on that Boot Scootin’ Boogie. The CRWC is seeking your support as this event relies completely on donations for the auction to be successful. You can show your support by donating, being a sponsor, or just come and have a great time. Maybe you will win something! Tickets are $25 each and includes dinner. Doors open at 5pm. For tickets, sponsorship, donations, and more information contact Ashley 520-831-3890. Thank you to CRWC’s corporate sponsors DOT Foods and Golden Vertex.

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Fieldhouse Now Open for Area Events, Sports Activities Article Written by Lance Ross, Public Information Officer Bullhead City Elementary School District #15 & Colorado River Union High School District #2

If you’ve never heard of the term “tournacation,” expect a new Tri-State area landmark near the banks of the Colorado River to help define it. The Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse, owned and operated by the Colorado River Union High School District (CRUHSD), is now open at the south end of Bullhead City, just west of State Highway 95 near the Mohave Crossroads Shopping Center. Built with a voterapproved school bond, the 122,000 square foot Fieldhouse will house many CRUHSD sports programs, providing climate-controlled comfort to River Valley and Mohave High School athletes and spectators, especially during periods of excessive heat or inclement weather. A permanent Astroturf® floor is marked for regulation football and soccer fields. A removable turf cover can be added for conferences, graduations, trade shows, special events and even concerts. Basketball courts from powerhouses Syracuse and Texas Tech Universities, as well as the University of Nevada and the University of Illinois at Moline, can also be used for volleyball and pickelball games and tournaments. Four classrooms with movable walls and audio-visual systems can be rented for

meetings, workshops, wedding receptions, quinceañeras, and even birthday parties. Just yards away is a commercial-grade kitchen. How do these tie in to a “tournacation?” The term is relatively new and refers to people who turn a sports tournament into a long weekend or a minivacation. When not in use by CRUHSD, the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse is expected to host soccer, wrestling, football and other tournaments and camps, as well as commercial ventures. With so many things to do in the TriState area, and nearly 10,000 nearby hotel rooms, the Fieldhouse is envisioned to become a “tournacation” asset for the area’s growing sports tourism reputation. The Fieldhouse has already been a big hit with its first events in May: a community-wide open house, graduation ceremonies for Mohave Community College, River Valley and Mohave High Schools, Fox Creek Junior High School, and even several meetings and receptions. This month, the Fieldhouse will host youth soccer and wrestling camps. Next month, football and band camps and a large company picnic will use the facility. High school football

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THE HEAT IS ON Article Written by Bruce's Taste of Chicago Yes! The heat is on. So, instead of making your home even hotter by firing up the stove, let Bruce’s Taste of Chicago (BTOC) bring you your meal. Sorry, Laughlin residents only. But if you do live in Bullhead City, you can call ahead and bring your boat to our dock, we will bring the food to you. You don’t even have to get out of the boat, or you can come inside and enjoy a cold beer or cocktail at the Blue Lagoon Lounge while you wait. We know that with the heat; we like to eat a little lighter with subs and salads. Well at BTOC, we offer a variety of salads, from

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Taco to Chef to Buffalo Chicken salad. We can pretty much take anything and make it a salad, such as steak, chicken, tuna or shrimp. Don’t forget we have the best cold subs in town, with meat you can see and taste, not like some sub shops. All our sandwiches, from subs to Cheesesteaks to Reubens are sliced daily and served with your choice of hand cut French fries, homemade potato salad, coleslaw or cottage cheese. If you feel like getting out of the house stop on by 1955 W. Casino Dr, behind the Bayshore Inn or call 702-299-0196 for

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A Learning Adventure Begins At Desert Star Academy

Article was Written by Carly Plasman, Recreation Director - Desert Star Academy Desert Star Adventures is a new program offered at Desert Star Academy that started this past school year. Throughout the year, the program was able to take scholars on many different trips including a scavenger hunt in the Colorado River Nature Center, a hike to the Hoover Dam, a guided tour of Mitchell Caverns, learning the basics of fishing, and a visit to the ghost town of Calico. These recreational activities allow scholars to experience new places and activities to help expand their horizons and learn outside of the classroom. With each passing month, the program has grown substantially. The latest program in April,

the trip to the Calico Ghost Town included nearly 60 participants. Starting the first week of June, Desert Star Adventures will be running a summer program that will be open to all scholars in the community. This summer program will bring scholars swimming, bowling, hiking, and camping, along with other activities such as art, music, leadership, and more! A membership to this program costs $30, giving the scholar a water bottle, a t-shirt, a sling bag, a discounted rate of $125 for the summer program, and first priority on our trips during the upcoming school year as many of the

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Fun and Frugal Summer Activities for Mom and Dad! A lot of summer bucket list ideas are kid-focused, and no surprise since parents aren’t often wondering what to do with all their extra free time! As a parent you should believe that we can’t give what we don’t have and we can’t teach what we don’t know ourselves. Make time to do something relaxing and invigorating. Schedule a babysitter, swap childcare with a friend, or set aside a day of the week to work on something that’s been on the back burner but would be very rewarding. And don’t feel guilty about it! Ultimately, we all know that kids learn by watching our habits (no pressure!), and

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we can only give them our best when we take time to recharge ourselves. Bucket List Ideas for Mom and Dad « Take a local art or woodworking class. « Journal or scrapbook. « Sign up for horseback-riding lessons! « Join a casual sports league. « Schedule time at the beach or pool– alone! « Dine “al fresco” for a no-cook, no-prep Italian picnic. « Try a new sport or exercise and involve the kids! « Set up an easel and paints by a window. « Schedule a Mom’s Night Out. Moms can “play” too! Hopefully, with a little (fun) advance planning you will have your own fantastic family summer bucket list to mix things up and make this summer a great one!

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will be taking place. We are excited to help grow this community and provide more opportunities for the scholars to get out and see new things while enjoying their summer in a fun, safe, and organized environment.

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practice gets underway as well. On August 30, the Mohave High Thunderbirds and the River Valley Dust Devils will have their crosstown rivalry football game inside the Fieldhouse instead of outdoors in 100+ degree heat. To book the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse, or for more information, call 928-219-3030, email fieldhouse@crsk12.org, visit https://andersonautogroupfieldhouse.com, or @andersonautogroupfieldhouse on Facebook. Continued from page 28 - Bruce’s

delivery. So, do yourself a favor and come savor the flavor of your made to order sandwich or salad today. You won’t be disappointed! MENTION THIS AD TO GET THE SUMMER SPECIAL; (2) Sox Super Subs, (2) sides and (2) drinks for only$19.99

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For normal driving, many automakers recommend changing the engine oil and filter every 7,500 miles or six months, whichever comes first. This is sufficient for the majority of motorists. For "severe" driving—with frequent, very cold starts and short trips, dusty conditions, or trailer towing—the change interval should be shortened to every 3,000 miles or three months. Check your owner’s manual for the specific intervals recommended for your vehicle. Special engines such as diesels and turbocharged engines may need more-frequent oil changes. Check the Air Filter. Remove the airfilter element and hold it up to a strong light. If you don’t see light, replace it. Regardless, follow the recommended service intervals. Look at the Brakes. For most people it makes sense to have a shop check and service the brakes. If you handle your own brake work, remove all wheels and examine the brake system. Replace excessively worn pads or linings, and have badly scored rotors or drums machined or replaced. The

brakes should be checked at least twice per year; more often if you drive a lot of miles. Check the Fluids. On many newer cars, the automatic transmission is sealed. On cars where it is not sealed, check the transmission dipstick with the engine warmed up and running (see the owner’s manual for details). Also check the powersteering-pump dipstick (it’s usually attached to the fluid-reservoir cap) and the level in the brake-fluid reservoir. If the brake-fluid level is low, top it up and have the system checked for leaks. Clean the Radiator. Prevent overheating by removing debris with a soft brush and washing the outside of the radiator with a detergent solution. Check the Battery. Inspect the battery’s terminals and cables to make sure they are securely attached, with no corrosion. If the battery has removable caps, check its fluid level every few months— especially in warmer climates.

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Simple Budgeting Tips For Summer Savings Summer’s here, and with the kids out of school and family vacations still waiting on the docket, it’s easy to let your spending spiral out of control if you don’t know how to budget and save money. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can easily cut down on your expenses and pinch a few pennies without being so cheap you draw the envy of those around you. Here are some simple (and practical) budgeting money tips for summer savings. Pack your own snacks for the family road trip- Speaking of overpriced snacks, minimarts are notorious for marking up items to cover the cost of convenience. Instead of stopping a couple hundred miles into the family road trip to stock up on snacks and candies to keep the kids at bay, make a store run get supplies and split them between everyone. You can keep them put away until needed. Start a garden- If you have the time, growing your own vegetables can be a great way to save. It’s typically more cost effective to start your garden from seeds, and some of the easiest and most common plants you can grow are tomatoes, carrots, and zucchini. All three of these plants should yield about three months’ worth of growth, and can give you some substantial savings if vegetables are a frequent part of your family’s diet. Stock up on winter clothes while they are on sale. Summer is the perfect time to take advantage of sales on winter clothes. Most merchandise should be marked down

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by as much as 50%, opting to by a new jacket now instead of waiting until September will provide a hefty savings. The same holds true for boots, gloves, and pretty much any winter specific clothing. Invite friends over instead of going out. Summer wouldn’t be complete without at least a few nights spent partying among friends. Still, alcohol is one of the most heavily marked up items on any restaurant’s menu, and if you’re planning on tossing back a few drinks with your dinner, you’d be much better suited taking advantage of that beautiful summer weather by hosting a barbecue at your house instead. Simply by stocking a few basic ingredients you can have a passable bar for the cost of about 7 or 8 cocktails. Sure, it might be a little more expensive in the short-term, but this can be a huge money saver over the long haul. Take advantage of “locals only” pricing. Lots of amusement parks and city-specific attractions offer special discounts or low-cost annual memberships to

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encourage more visits from locals. A quick search through the pricing structure at some of the top attractions in your area should yield a few options for low-priced summer fun. If you can score a season’s pass to one or more places of interest, you’ll be going a long way toward securing some significant summer savings. Embrace the outdoors- Let’s face it; the family vacation can easily become the costliest piece of summer fun. But, if you’re smart about your planning and utilize a few vacation budgeting tips it really doesn’t have to be. Camping, hiking, and day-trips are all great ways to help minimize expenses while still allowing for some family activities and a chance to get away. Reducing hotel costs alone can save a couple hundred dollars a night, and if you’re camping there’s a good chance, you’ll be saving a good chunk of change by cooking your own food instead of eating at restaurants. The outdoors can quickly become the thrifty vacationer’s best friend.

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What Do You Say To Friends That Have Been Diagnosed With Cancer? Article Written by Valerie P. Israel, D.O.

It is very difficult to know what the right thing is to say. Sometimes people end up not saying anything or even staying away out of fear of saying the wrong thing. Everyone is different, but there are some general guidelines that are helpful to keep in mind. Telling stories of friends or acquaintances or relatives who have had cancer may not always be a good thing - telling stories of others who had a bad outcome will put a gloom and doom spin on your friend’s outlook - so, best to avoid making analogies. Instead, give your loved ones the security of knowing they are not in this alone and they have your support. Tell them you are with them every step of the way. Tell them you love them and are there for them. And most importantly, discuss other things and don’t focus on their cancer all the time - help them feel as close to normal as possible and that is not alway easy. Don’t ask what you can do to help or say “let me know if you need anything”. Instead, DO things - take them food, go to their appointments, pick up groceries for them, get them out of the house for fresh air or an outing if they are up to it. Tell them you are proud of them, tell them you love them. Hold their hand, hug them. Many people with cancer are not going to want to bother others and just won’t ask for or accept help. Let them know that by letting you help them they are helping you. Just be sure to ask their permission or make sure they are ok with you helping them and don’t bulldoze over them. It is a fine line between helping and taking

over, however, and it is easy to take over with good intentions because we desperately want to help. Keep in mind that your loved one will already feel helpless and out of control. So, when you help them, involve them in choices and give them some power back over their life. Helping them to do some things for themselves will also empower them. Some will want to talk about their cancer and treatments, others will want to avoid it. Encourage them to talk and give them the space to do so, but don’t push them on this if they don’t want to because this may be how they are coping for the moment. Share your feelings with them, but try not to put them in the position of taking care of you, cry with them, but laugh with them, too. Give your loved one hope, though be careful not to give them false hope depending on their particular condition - talking to someone who is dying will be different than someone being treated for cure. People who are dying also need to prepare mentally and emotionally and these are the hardest discussions you will ever have in your life. They want to know that you and all they care about will be ok when they are gone, they want to know their pets will be lovingly cared for, they want to be remembered. The most important thing I can tell you to do for your friend with cancer is to listen to them. Give them your full attention and let them talk, or let them sit in quiet with you. Southwest Oncology Centers is located at 2755 Silver Creek Rd. #115 & 127. For any questions please call 928-5142222.

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Tips to Sleep Right Given today’s hectic lifestyle people are facing a lot of stress which directly impacts their sleeping behavior. Many are not able to get quality sleep which in turn takes its toll on their health and quality of work. Of course it is easy to pop a sleeping pill which you can get from any pharmacy on the internet. But why do that when you can get quality sleep just by following a few simple steps as follows: Avoid caffeine drinks in the evenings- Try and avoid drinks containing caffeine like coffee, tea, cocoa, and cola drinks late in the evenings. Caffeine content in your blood will not allow you to get sleep early resulting in you tossing and turning in your bed for longer hours. Similarly, avoid alcohol at all costs. Alcohol does make you feel drowsy but will impact the quality of your sleep. Eat right before bed time- Bed time snacks are good, but don’t over eat them. Try and stick to a light meal. Over stuffing your stomach will make you feel tired but your body will have to stay awake half the night digesting the food. A glass of hot milk or other malted food drinks will do a lot of

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good by relaxing your brain. Also, turkey and peanuts have similar effects too. Sleep in the right position- The position in which you sleep pretty much decides the quality of sleep you will get. The best way is to adopt a mid line position. In this position the head and the neck are kept fairly straight. If you sleep on your back, keep a supportive pillow under your knees. If you sleep sideways keep the pillow between your knees. Try and avoid sleeping on your belly as this can lead to body aches. Maintain a sleep routine- Keeping a sleep routine will ensure that your brain automatically winds down at the same time every night. So make it a point to sleep and wake up at roughly the same time every day. Sleeping during the day is not recommended as this will hinder your night sleep. You can consider taking some short 15 minute naps though. You can also consider some bedtime routines like taking a quick bath before you go to sleep, or reading a book. This will pass on signals to the brain that it is time to sleep.

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Valley View Medical Center the Highest Rated Hospital in Mohave County Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave, Arizona, and Havasu Regional Medical Center in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, received a threestar rating in a report on quality of patient care at the nation’s acute-care hospitals by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Hospital Quality Initiative. Each facility concentrated on a number of important measures to continually improve their processes and in turn, their ratings. The focus in a number of areas specifically showed in their results. Moving patients into the emergency department quicker HRMC & VVMC time frames are much shorter than the state & national average; nearly half the time it

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takes for other EDs in the area to get patients in. Of course, times are based on the severity of illness/injury of all patients utilizing the Emergency Department at any given time. While all patients coming to the Emergency Department are there for good reason, Emergency Departments must prioritize the critically sick and injured above those with less severe conditions; this may mean patients with less severe conditions will wait while sicker patients are treated. Communication has proven to be the best

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With state and national average higher than VVMV (4.2%) and HRMC (5.4%) when it comes to unnecessary follow-ups on initial mammograms and some CT scans, both facilities are confident with their results as they are not causing unnecessary stress to our patients with false positives while still recognizing the importance of catching concerning indicators requiring follow-up. Influenza vaccination participation 95% of HRMC staff members were vaccinated against influenza, exceeding the Arizona and National averages of 89%. While the goal is for 90% of staff members are to receive flu vaccinations, VVMC fell below state and national averages. They continue to encourage their staff to be vaccinated without infringing on their staff’s freedom by imposing a mandate for vaccination. The great news in this is that 99% of patients at VVMC receive this very important preventative step to help control

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Relax before you sleep- Bring your body to a relaxing state before you sleep. Do not perform any activity that can increase your anxiety levels. If there is a lot going on in your mind, write them down on a piece of paper. This will help release your anxiety and stress levels. Try to avoid watching TV, listening to heavy music or reading books that can make you feel nervous. Listen to some calming music instead and try to relax. The right bed and bedroom- Use your bed as a place to sleep and not a place to work. Make sure your bed is properly made up and does not have any work materials like pencils, papers, books etc. lying around. If your bed is uncomfortable and feels uneven, or if is starts making noises then it is time to get a new bed. Follow these simple tips and get a good night’s sleep. Have a good night!

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