The Bullhead City Morning Kiwanis Club is proud to announce their first summer gun, knife, ammo show and sale. The location is down stairs in the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce. The dates are Saturday September 19th and Sunday September 20th. Hours for Saturday at 9am – 5pm, Sunday 9am3pm.Entry fee is $8.00 for adults and children under 18 are free with a paid parent. Two day pass $12.00. Save $2.00 on entry with this Press Release, newspaper coupon, store coupon, or mention radio PSA.
Items for sale will include: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns, Holsters, Tasers, Ammo and Clips. Also you’ll find Coins, Paper Money, Knives, stun guns, and survival items. The entire floor of the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce will be full of display tables. The floor space is still available. Six foot tables are $45.00 each. Call Beverly Meyer for table information at 559-765-8388.
This sale and show benefits the continued energy of the Bullhead City Morning Kiwanis Club to serve the children of our community. These services include but are not limited to; eight sessions of free swim lessons, New Mom’s Program, Nutrition Programs, two High School Key Clubs, a Bring Up GradeS (BUGS) at Diamondback Elementary, Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, and Sunrise Elementary schools. Our Kiwanis Club also provides financial support to the Carrie Edgeman Bike Rodeo, the Colorado River Concerts, and Boys & Girls Club of the Colorado River. We also support a student Builders Club in the Junior High School at Mohave Accelerated Learning Center. Plus youth scholarships for high school students at Mohave High School and Mohave Accelerated Learning Center. Our Santa Float passes out candy to children along the Boom Box Parade.
The Bullhead City Kiwanis Club also is supported by our Annual Community Partners. This Sponsorship Program includes: Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, Ron’s Tire Pros, River Rat Motorsports, Findlay Chevy, Buick, GMC, and Used Care Center, Dot Foods, and Rim Country Rock & Yard. Our media partners are Murphy Broadcasting, TV 2, Radio Central, News West and the Mohave Economic Journal.