Public Photos Become a Havasu 4 WheelerIn The News

President's Message - September 2015


The H4W September meeting was a great success with far more members in attendance than expected! The room was filled with a burst of great anticipation of what's yet to come for the 2015-2016 season.

Of course, 4-wheeling is one of the primary goals of our organization, along with trail preservation and stewardship to the land. Also, we have many more activities coming up in addition to the pleasures behind the wheel. Other events we have scheduled for the season are the Veteran's Day Parade, Garage Sale, Awards Banquet, desert and highway cleanup, hotdog run, ranch cleanup, fencing, trail marking and who knows what else? There are many fun filled events that are going to happen and I hope everyone takes advantage of these opportunities, either through volunteerism or participation.

Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 14th for the annual Turkey Roast which will take place again at the rodeo grounds at SARA Park. The club will provide the turkeys (sorry, no presidential pardon here!), hams, rolls and appetizers with the remainder being pot luck. At the next meeting, there will be a sign-up sheet for members to offer to either cook a turkey or a ham or bring a side dish. Contact Joanne Malara for information.

Leave us not forget that every month we have the Men's Breakfast, Ladies Luncheon and Cook's Night Out. It's a great gathering of members at all these social events. Check your email and website for place, date and time. Contact Rodger and Diana Delk with your RSVP.

Let's make this the year of "participation and volunteerism". Ever thought about leading a run? Come to a Trail Boss meeting and find out how easy it is. No one has ever gotten totally lost yet. (Maybe once - right, Willie?)

We have a H4W's season full of runs and super events, so come along and join in.

As Confucius and a famous cowboy once said, "Happy Trails To You, Until We Meet Again."

Tom C







Hover over images to stop the scroll.  Click on an image for more information.