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"The Heart of Route 66"

The Kingman Route 66 Rotary is located in Kingman, Arizona, known as the heart of Route 66, made famous in the 1960's by the TV show of the same name.  Founded in the mid 1800's by Louis Kingman, the town thrived because of rich mineral deposits that are still being mined in the area.  Its citizenry prides itself on its rugged, Old West character.  The main street and a yearly parade are named after Andy Devine, an actor famous for his portrayals of cowboys in "Western" movies.  The town also has a long railroad history and heritage dating back to the early pioneers.  The Kingman Route 66 Rotary is proud to call Kingman its home and invites anyone to our club to share in our unique Western hospitality. We meet Friday mornings, 7:00 AM at the Mohave Room in Kingman Regional Medical Center.