Pictured are Club Members and two staff volunteers along with “Jack the Dog.” Left of tree:  Renee Zielk,(volunteer) with Jack the Dog, Steve Valentine, Vern & Lynn Kannianen, Dave Dorman. Right of tree:  Chuck Sanders, Don Kern, Bob Roethler, Larry & Debbie Jenkins, Audry Cook, Chris Roethler, Lorrie Winget, Barbara Rich, Bonita Johnson (volunteer) and Santa’s helper, Connie- Marie Sanders.

MOHAVE COUNTY – 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, 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 the 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.

Kingman members donated gifts and presented them to the staff at The Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center.

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.