Club Information
Kingman Route 66

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Fridays at 7:00 AM
MCC Building
309 E. Beale Street
Rt 66 Rotary Mailing Address: PO Box 166
Kingman, AZ 86402
United States of America
Beginning 1/7/2022 we meet at 309 E. Beale Street Kingman, AZ. We are currently meeting with a Hybrid format - some members in person and others online via zoom. Contact one of the board members listed on this page for more information.
Home Page Stories
Guest speakers for Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club on November 4th were Mohave Community College Art Club advisor Ann King and club president Ericha Clary.
Susan Collins, Save Our Schools Arizona Network Northern Arizona  Coordinator spoke at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's August 12th meeting. She noted Arizona is last in the nation in per-student spending and teacher pay and has the second most crowded class sizes and highest teacher turnover. Arizona needs to prioritize our public schools and provide a quality public schools in every neighborhood. For further information log on to (Thank you Jo Ann Oxsen for the verbiage and photo)
Speaking at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's August 5th meeting was Dr. Tramaine Rausaw, Mohave Community College Vice President for Student & Community Engagement. Rausaw informed the club on the college's upcoming Bighorn Trek to be held October 20th, 10am-3 pm at its Neal Campus. There will be a job fair, music, food, and festivities. Free booth space will be available to area businesses. For details email: 
Kingman Regional Medical Center Volunteers Manager Cecilia Clouser spoke at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's June 17th meeting. For those wishing to volunteer, there is a wide range of areas at KRMC you can do so including at their Inpatient Units, Information Desk,  Gift Shop, and Hospice. KRMC also has a Volunteen (Youth Volunteer) program available for high school students ages 14-19 years old. For details, Clouser can be contacted at 928-263-5673. (Thank you Jo Ann for the press release)
Dig it Gardens provided an informative program today at Rotary! Check their website
Young Professionals Kingman, Arizona! 
As a community grows, Young Professionals want to give back and help the community. Today at Rotary we had a presentation from the Young Professional Group as they told their story!  Thank you! 
Rotary 5495 District Governor Bret McKeand spoke at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's January 7th meeting held at its new Mohave Community College's 309 E. Beale Street location. where he presented special awards to club members (shown:  D.G. Bret McKeand, Past D.G. Tonya Watson, club members Karen Brown, Carol Costa, Mary K Clark, Tina Greenwood and Tom McLarty) (Jo Ann Oxsen thank you for the verbiage and photo)
Thanks to every for supporting our promotion Rotary Gives Back!
The businesses that participated loved it and the winners really loved it.
Here is a look back at the businesses and the $50.00 winner-
Rotary Gives Back                                                                              Winner
January    5 through January   11       Stuff It Burger                          Sara Aguire
January  12 through January   18       Sirens' Café                              Nancy Craig
January  19 through January   25       Shady Grove Records 
January  26 through February   1       Menchie's Frozen Yogurt         Charlie Tegarden
February  2 through February   8       Floyd's BBQ & Pizza                Ken Cunningham
February  9 through February 15       Federico's Downtown               Johnny Saltos
February 16 through February 22      Diana's Wine Bar                     Regina Cedillo
February 23 through March       1      The Tack Shed                         Kevin Zehl
March       2 through March       7      Cella Winery                            Walt Miller
Please continue to visit and support our businesses of the week. 
Rotary give back!!!
YES! We will be doing the43rd annual Kingman Festival Of The Arts this Mothers Day Weekend at Metcalfe & Locomotive Parks. May 8th & 9th 2021! Park. May
Cerbat Dental donates each month to a different entity that does charity work. This past month Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club was given $300.00 to assist with the Veteran Housing project we are currently doing. Thank You Cerbat Dental!!!
Charlie T Winner from Our latest Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club Business of the Week - Menchie's!!!
Please support local business!
Good Morning,
Happy New Year!
With the new year our Rotary Club is going to host a weekly promotion of a selected business each week. Businesses that have suffered through a long lasting pandemic! We will promote a different business from Tuesday through the next Monday for at least the next eight weeks. We ask that you support that business at least once or multiple times during their featured week. Each time you visit you will get a raffle ticket for a $50.00 gift card for that business that will be drawn each Tuesday morning. Please tell family and friends to participate, one ticket per person per day.
January 5 through January 11       Stuff It Burgers    2170 Northern Ave
January 12 through January 18      Sirens' Cafe          419 E Beale St
January 19 through January 25     Shady Grove Records  525 E Beale St
January 26 through February        Menchie's Frozen Yogert   3535 Stockton Hill Rd
February 2 through February 8     Floyd's BBQ & Pizza    420 E Beale St
February 9 through February 15   Federico's Downtown   401 W Beale St
February 16 through February 22  Diana's Wine Bar        414 E Beale st
February 23 through March 1        The Tack Shed          2829 Beverly Ave
I sent out over 50 letters to businesses to be involved and at this point the businesses above replied they would participate. Hopefully we create business for each participant and maybe you can find a new business to continue to support! More details a couple time each week featuring the business of the week.
Thanks Mike Cobb
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Helping the Community! 
Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club President Bill McClure presenting to Pat Ferrell, President of the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council a $4,000 donation for 70 mailboxes for homeless Vets

Mayor Jen Miles

Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's March 6 speaker, Mayor Jen Miles (shown with club president Karen Brown), addressed the club on the state of the city. The Home Rule option has been approved every 4 years by voters since 1988. When it expires in 2023 staff recommends replacing it with a Permanent Base Adjustment. Miles noted the Rancho Santa Fe Interchange looks good and is expected to go to executive session in April with hopes of breaking ground by the end of the year. Water issues focus on the substation and state legislation is needed for these. Rep. Regina Cobb has proposed several bills on this but no progress yet in the State House of Representatives. Downtown Kingman has new parking spaces for tour buses and street-side seating in front of some businesses. August's primary ballot will include a measure to change the term of mayor from 2 years to 4 years. (Photo and verbiage by Jo Ann Oxsen) 
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Rotary Microgrant recipient
At its March 6 meeting, Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club presented Kingman Academy of Learning teacher, Stephanie Roundy with a microgrant donation check of $2,000 (shown with Rotarian Brenda Rhodes and club president Karen Brown). Roundy teaches 3rd-5th grades and will be using the donation for materials to be used in the Sensory Path Circuit program. This is an evidence-based, colorful, creative and playful way for kids to improve fundamental motor skills and build stronger sensory connections in the brain that are responsible for sight, touch, sound, balance, etc. (photo and verbiage by Jo Ann Oxsen)
Treatment for Opioid Addiction
The community Medical Services Clinic Manager for Kingman and Lake Havasu City Michelle Valandingham and her associate Ronny Jones spoke at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's February 7 meeting (shown above with club president Karen Brown).  Offering treatment for opioid addiction, there are 46 Community Medical Services clinics nationwide including Kingman, which opened September 2019 and Lake Havasu City, open since August 2019. The clinics administer methadone treatments and provide Naloxone for overdose treatment. Jones, a recovering opioid addict himself, noted opioids are as important to an addict as food and water and methadone helps rewire the brain to help patients avoid relapses. The clinic accepts Medicare, Access or private payment. For further information call 928-565-6699 or email  (provided by Jo Ann Oxsen) 

Mohave Community College


Featured speaker at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club's January 24th meeting was Mohave Community College's Kingman campus President (and fellow Rotarian), Dr. Stacy Klippenstein. As of July 1st, Klippenstein became  MCC's 6th President. Having earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education and Master of Education in Student Affairs Administration at Montana State University, Klippenstein went on to be awarded his Doctor of Education at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. From there, he began his career in higher education at Northern Arizona University in 1996, where he worked in the Office of Residence Life and Facilities Management. Klippenstein and his wife always had a soft spot in their hearts for Arizona and were happy to return here last year. He noted Mohave Community College has served Mohave County, our communities and students extremely well over the years and he is encouraged by the positive and collaborative spirit of its faculty, staff, students and community partners. For information on Mohave Community College, log on to its website:

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Tina Greenwood
    December 1
  • Gene Clark
    December 7
  • Gina Kremper
    December 9
  • Lynne Petersen
    December 11
  • Lorraine Leeming
    December 14
  • Charles Tegarden
    December 15
  • Bill De Julio
    December 19
  • Arizona Haynes
    December 22
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Gene Clark
    December 7
  • Dotty Bollinger
    December 10
  • Dianne Hayden, DC
    December 31
  • Becky Fawson
    Renie Fawson
    December 30
Join Date:
  • Willie Ekstrom
    December 1, 1987
    35 years
  • Susan Williams
    December 2, 2011
    11 years
  • Pete Peterson
    December 4, 2020
    2 years
  • Randy Dimit
    December 4, 2020
    2 years
  • Stacy Klippenstein
    December 6, 2014
    8 years
  • Charles Tegarden
    December 13, 1996
    26 years
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