The Spirit of Giving, Christmas Boombox parade is held the first Friday of December.
Starting in 1998 by Jan Ward, the parade benefits the entire community and provides an opportunity for everyone to come together and focus on "giving" while celebrating the wonders of the season.
To commemorate the parade's 20th year. We are "Celebrating 20 Years With Harry Potter" as our 2018 parade theme.
For our press release, sponsorship form or, for our rules and registration form, please see below.
This year CRWC would like to congratulate Boom Master Karole Finkelstein!
Karole was nominated for her astonishing, active volunteerism and dedication to our community. Karole said “My personal mission is to be compassionate and giving for everything I am trying to accomplish.” Karole has been involved and serving in our community for nearly 20 years.
Karole is most proud of being married for 57 years to such a wonderful person, her children and grandchildren, and finally, the Colorado River Historical Society and Museum. Karole Finkelstein and Elsie Needles were able to raise enough money to build the beautiful new museum to be completed this year for their Legacy to our community.
Front Row -
Abigail Brown Youth of The Year Rita Brown CRWC
Back Row -
Chris Wisslead Director Of Transportation DOT Foods (Standing in for Rocky Vecera General Manager DOT Foods)
Fred Doten Laughlin VIPs
Whitney Crow Superintendent Mohave Valley Elementary School District
Paul Perkins Store Director Wal Mart
Not present John Hastings Desert Lawn Memorial Gardens.
My name is Kyle Colby. I was born and raised here in Bullhead City. I am currently a Junior at Mohave High School and I just recently won the MEC Washington Youth Tour.
I am in clubs such as Student Council, FBLA and Fencing. I enjoy volunteering in my community, so I am very excited and thrilled to be boomer this year.