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Past Donation Presentations

Individuals, businesses, and organizations in Lake Havasu City have always been generous with their gifts and donations to the school district. This page recognizes these donations by making available the Gifts and Donations Report given to the governing board. 



Donation Presentation

Rods and Relics of Lake Havasu City gave a $3,000 donation to our elementary schools. 

Pictured are: Debbie Morgan, Superintendent Diana Asseier, and Gary Morgan.

Donation Presentation

Lake Havasu Symphonic Winds Conductor Kimberly Lehmann (left) and James Porter, President of the Board of Directors of the Symphonic Winds, present a donation of $500 to Lake Havasu High School Band Director Kimberly Schreiber (center).

The money will help with the purchase of new uniforms for the school's marching band.

donation presentation

Tin Man Golf donated $100 to the LHHS Booster Club. 

Pictured from left are Dayton, Sunny Fulmer - Co-Chairman, and Jonathan.

donation presentation

Proceeds from the recent Elkettes Crazy Auction, in the amount of $750, were donated to the Lake Havasu City High School basketball program for the purchase of new uniforms. Pictured, from left: Basketball player Cole, Crazy Auction co-chair Janet Schutte, Basketball Team Coach Ted Darnell and basketball player Noah.

Donation Presentation

Western Welcome Club donated $1,000 to the Lake Havasu High School for new band uniforms.

From left are Liz Steele, band director Kimberly Schreiber and Willie Droegemeer.

Donation Presentation

John Schneider, from the White Sheet, presents a donation of $4,974.56 to Elementary Schools for ads designed by our LHUSD Elementary students. 

Donation Presentation

The Women of the Moose donated $500 to the Lake Havasu High School Band Booster. From left in back are band members Arian, Axel, Sean, Women of the Moose Patty Owens, Judy Thomas and Elaine Poppler. Pat Seelig presented the gift to Band Director Kimberly Schreiber. In front are band members Naomi, McKayla and Kellee.


Rods and Relics donate to LHUSD for school supplies

Rods and Relics of Lake Havasu City gave a $3,000 donation that will be distributed equally to our elementary schools for school supplies. 

Pictured are: Carol Smith (Treasurer), Scott Smith (Vice President), Superintendent Diana Asseier, Ron Duenas (President), and Gloria Duenas.

donation receipt

Lake Havasu City Eagles Auxiliary's past madam presidents raised $1,500 for back-to-school supplies for seven schools prior to the first day of school for students. The Tin Man Golf Tournament donated $250 to the project.

Pictured at Starline Elementary School are Penny Lee (left) and Nancie Rape (right) with school officials Jody Schultz and Billie Vanden Heuval.


Corey Triassi, principal at Starline Elementary School, accepted a donation of $2,000 from Joseph Urrea of Buses by the Bridge. The projected plan with the donation is to purchase more laptops for the school-wide mobile lab so students can utilize computers in the classroom for researching, writing, practicing skills and more.


The Lake Havasu Parrot Head Club raised $2,500 for Lake Havasu High School new band uniforms. Mike Schuler, the club president, presented a check to Kimberly Schreiber, the marching band director.

donation receipt

Student Athletes Christian, Bobbi Jo and Helena stand with Havasu Deuces' Joe Mitchell and Dick Raczuk with the car club's donation for student athletic fees at Lake Havasu High School. Every season the Deuces donate money to help families with multiple students involved with athletics offset the $400 fee to play sports.

The Lake Havasu Symphonic Winds presents a donation of $1,000 to Lake Havasu High School Band Director Kimberly Schreiber (center) who accepted on behalf of the High School Band Boosters. The donation was made to help support the important work done by the high school's band programs to foster music development in the community. Presenting the donation for the Symphonic Winds is Douglas Los, secretary (left) and Ellen Kendig, vice president (far right).



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