Havasu 4 Wheelers
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President’s Message September 2014

As I write this temperatures are triple digit in Lake Havasu.  Wisconsin has a high of 75 today with Lake Michigan a foot higher than last year.  Soon the Midwest temperatures will fall and the temperatures will be mild in the desert so it's time to get your jeeps ready.  This is H4W's way of saying to get your maps dusted off and go out into the wilds of Western Arizona for another adventure with your friends.

For those who are trail bosses it's time to look at our updated run procedure.  If  there are any questions contact Gary Wiskus or attend a trail boss meeting.  A big thanks to Bob Scholl who has been working on our Runs Inventory with the BLM.  It is time to start  planning for all our volunteers  for the H4W's such as Desert Clean up,  High Way clean up,  Adopt a Rancher,  Garage Rummage Sale,  Awards Banquet , Mine Fencing , PLC, BLM Projects,  Jeep Runs,  Social Functions and etc. . 

When you talk to your friends take some time to tell them all the things the H4W's do to keep our trails open.  If you get the  time,  please  review your personal data and update your e-mail, phone number or other changes with Janet Drew. 
So thanks to all that will lend a helping hand .  See ya in September!

Happy trails to you,
John Strong




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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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