Havasu 4 Wheelers
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President’s Message February 2015

Another year starts with a reminder about our H4Ws purpose of: Providing for social, educational and recreational activities of its members. Participating in supporting civic activities for the betterment of the community. Enjoying and protecting the natural resources. Supporting and promoting the multiple uses principle as applied to Public Land.
Each week during our off road season we have hundreds of members supporting our H4W'spurpose:
 - Desert Cleanup.  Over 70 club members assisted by employees from the BLM  Lake Havasu Field Office cleaned a problem area on the north side of the city. 
 - Education continues with our own H4W Doctor, Any Lucas. AED ( Automatic External Defibulator) provide the most advance treatment for Sudden Cardiac Arrest and are available for every run and event.
 - Winch Class led by Jim Bowen and 4-5 instructors. You will get a chance to practice using YOUR winch. 
 - GPS class led by Bob Drew. Bring your Magellan and lap top. You will go over making and saving tracks.
 - Cook's Night Out providing the social event each month for our club members led  by Diana and Roger Delk.
 - TMP signage. Marking our trails led by Jim Bowen, Darryld Kautzman and Bruce Speirs.
 - Intro to Off Roading by Steve Perry
 - H4W's e-mail provided by Bruce Speirs.
 - Another Silver member Pete Monia.
Each month the H4Ws are giving back to each other and the community . At our last meeting we voted on keeping a old tradition and learned we need to be more sensitive to each other. As always the H4W's will be doing a great job. Check the web for updates .

Happy trails to you,
John



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Havasu 4 Wheelers is Organized as a non-profit organization for the purpose of: 
  • Providing for the social, educational and recreational activities of its membership.
  • Participating in and supporting civic activities for the betterment of the community.
  • Enjoying and protecting the natural resources.
  • Supporting and promoting the multiple uses principle as applied to Public Land.

     

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