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It’s that time of year, and Radio Central wants to help you celebrate the season. Every week leading up to December 25th, we will be giving away a prize valued at over $1000 dollars. The winner will be the name that is drawn from the names collected in boxes found at participating locations. Winners will be notified the Monday’s following the contest week: December 5, 12, 19, and 26. A list of winners can be found at MyRadioCentral.com or at the Radio Central offices located at 1845 McCulloch Blvd. Suite A-14.
To enter the contest, it is as simple as visiting one of the participating locations and filling out an entry slip. Names of Participating Locations can be found below. Once the slip is entered into one of Radio Central’s ultra-high-tech entry slip receptacles, you will be eligible to win the prize. Each location will pull a single name, then those names are entered into a finalist drawing where a single winner will be chosen. Previous weeks entries will be discarded after a winner is drawn, so it’s important to enter again each week. Winners have until January 2, 2017 to claim their prize.
So what are you waiting for?!? If you think Black Friday sales are good, we are literally giving away these awesome potential Christmas gifts for you or your loved ones. Find your closest participating retailer and enter for your chance to win today. Remember, tis’ the season to get lucky. Fa-la-la-la-LA-la-la-la-LA.
The First Week, November 26 – December 4, we gave away a Harley Davidson toolbox valued at $1,000 to Gary Schackel who entered the contest through the Anderson Automotive Groups.
The Second Week, December 5 – December 11, we are going to be giving a lucky resident a MacBook and support from Connected Computers in Lake Havasu worth well over $1,000 .
Lake Havasu City:
Juicy’s The place with the Great Food
Mills Brother’s Sleep Center and Furniture
London Bridge Resort
Nautical Beachfront Resort @ Turtle Grille
Shops at Lake Havasu – Chicago Grille & Social Bean
NFP Insurance, Mike Carr
Better Business Bureau
Beach Auto Sales
Mohave Mist and Spa
Sears Hometown Stores
Havasu Pest Control
Anderson Automotive Group
Carquest Auto Parts
Be a part of this year’s Christmas tree lane home display Tour! Register your address so the entire community can drive past to admire your Christmas display and say “Thank you” for the time and effort you spent decorating your home.
Registration Deadline is December 1, 2016. Name, addresses, also a map will be published in the local newspaper, the White Sheet, KJJJ, KNTR Talk, KVYL and KNTR Sports websites on or before Sunday, December 10th. Decorations must be displayed December 10 – December 31, 2016. Contact Radio Central for more details at 928-855-9336.
Visit here to get registered, today! http://myradiocentralchristmas.com/contact.php
The Pearl Harbor Observance Committee announced today plans for the annual Pearl
Harbor Day Observance on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at the State’s World War II Memorial,
located at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, 1700 West Washington Street, in downtown Phoenix.
This year’s observance, an annual event staged by the Committee, will mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Japanese Navy launched its devastating strike against U. S. military installations at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in the early hours of December 7, 1941 — a peaceful Sunday morning — while most personnel were off-duty, or pursuing Sunday morning routines, not expecting an attack. Sweeping in from the north, where they were launched from the decks of six aircraft carriers, two waves of Japanese carrier attack and dive bombers, escorted by Mitsubishi Zero fighter planes, targeted Army, Navy and Marine airfields, shipping and other military installations while torpedo bombers streaked in to attack Navy vessels, principally the U.S. Pacific Fleet battleships, lying at anchor along the east shore of Ford Island in the center of the harbor. The attack left thousands dead and wounded, succeeded in destroying hundreds of aircraft on the ground and in sinking or severely damaging all the battleships on what was known as “Battleship Row” — including the U.S.S. Arizona whose sunken remains can still be seen from the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Fortunately, the Navy’s aircraft carriers, which were also the
prime targets of the Japanese attack, were at sea on maneuvers or returning from assigned missions.
For the next six months, the United States was on the defensive in the Pacific without an effective fleet to conduct significant operations against the Japanese — until the Battle of Midway on June 4, 1942, where four of the six attacking Japanese aircraft carriers involved in the December 7 Pearl Harbor attack were sunk along with their aircraft and many of their experienced aircrews.
Attendees at the commemoration will observe special military proceedings including presentation of the colors by the POW/MIA/KIA Honor Guard, musical accompaniment by The Veteran’s Band, a flyover by historic warbirds flown by the Commemorative Air Force, Airbase Arizona-based in Mesa, and a special keynote presentation by Rear Admiral James Symonds, U. S. Navy (ret.). According to his U. S. Navy biography, Admiral Symonds piloted the A-6 “Intruder” with the Attack Squadron (VA) 115 Eagles, the VA-196 Milestones and the VA-128 Golden Intruders; served as Air Operations Officer, US 6th Fleet, in Gaeta, Italy; and as Deputy Director of Operations for Counterdrug Operations in U.S. Southern Command, Miami, Fla. His first flag officer assignment was as Director of the Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Readiness Division (CNO N45). He commanded the Medium Attack Weapons School at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash., the VA-165 Boomers, USS Nashville (LPD 13) and USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). His last assignment on active duty was as Commander, Navy Region Northwest, based in Silverdale, Wash., from July 2007 to June 2010, where he was responsible for operations, Sailor and family services, and facilities on four major Navy installations around the Puget Sound.
Marshall Trimble, noted American author, singer, professor and Arizona’s official state historian, will preside over the event as Master of Ceremonies.
Events such as these continue to educate the public about the significance of World War II and Arizona’s role in bringing the conflict to a successful end, 75 years ago. In 2013, the state unveiled Arizona’s World War II Memorial, at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, which includes one 14-inch gun from the U.S.S. Arizona (sunk at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941) and one 16-inch gun from the U.S.S. Missouri (upon whose decks the Japanese signed the instrument of surrender on September 2, 1945, bringing World War II to a close). The two naval guns flank plaques hung on a structure reminiscent of the U.S.S. Arizona’s hull, bearing the names of over 2,000 Arizonans killed in World War II.
The event will begin at 10:55 AM, on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza across from the State Capitol at 1700 West Washington Street in Phoenix, Arizona.
Admission is free. Seating will be limited.
Contact Judith Hatch by phone 602-628-7089 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for more
Come join us downtown in Kingman on December 3rd. The Parade will run from 1st Street to 5th Street. Awards will be presented at the end of the event for each of the following categories: Best Lighted Vehicle, Best Lighted Float, Best Lighted Marching Group, and the Grand Marshall’s Trophy. For additional information, contact Kim at The Gilded Lady (928) 529-5020. If you want to join the parade, print and fill out the form below and follow the instructions to enter. And always remember to spread joy this holiday season!