Krawlers Newsletter 2/13



Krawlers Newsletter 2/13
FEBRUARY 24, 2013
Table Mesa Clean Up
Club members help clean shooting area
Second Annual
Crown King Charity
Run scheduled for
Already in the works is
the next Crown King Charity
Run. In 2012, Crown King
suffered from a large forest
fire and numerous floods
shortly thereafter, that nearly
shut down the town for good.
Thanks to the hard work
and dedication of our
members, the club managed
to revive Crown King with a
hefty donation of $1545.
February 24, 2013
The first of many clean up
runs hosted by the AZ Krawlers
was a huge success thanks to all
the members who attended.
A huge thank you to our
member Ken who brought out his
F150 and trailer to haul out all the
trash that was collected.
Even though it was a blustery
cool 46 degrees outside, members
managed to bundle up and push
through the strong winds
gathering up trash left behind by
A collection of various types
of trash included a truck bed liner,
After a successful pick up an
3 carpet remnants, buckets of shell
trail run on Raw Deal
casings, and the occasional teddy
all members.
bear filled more than 20 trash
This year the Krawlers
have teamed up with Hero
Offroad in the hopes to raise
even more money and split
the proceeds with a secondary
charity geared toward our
military veterans.
FEBRUARY 24, 2013
2012 RECAP
Shortly after the inaugural run,
the founders hosted a clean up run
to Four Peaks area, near Payson,
on April 22. The club hauled off
tons of trash within the staging/
camping areas.
2012 marks an incredible year
for the AZ Krawlers. Founding
members Jason Windham, Jeremy
Fink and Brian Jones began talk of
starting their own club after
belonging to several others in
After collaborating for
months, the trio started AZ
Krawlers off-road club and had
their inaugural run on April 14th
at the Boulders OHV area, near
Lake Pleasant.
held in October with entries in all
flavors that filled even the
hungriest of members.
The months remaining were
dedicated to planning wheeling
classes, offered by Barlow Jeep
School of Sedona, that were to be
very beneficial in learning recovery
and other aspects of off-roading.
In June the club began plans
for putting on a charity event to
raise money for the beloved town
of Crown King, an off-roaders
As 2012 came to an end, the
destination in the pines, just south founders and members were ready
of Prescott.
for the bright future that 2013 was
Many celebrations were had
promising to offer.
throughout the year as the club
began to grow and new family
members were introduced.
The club enjoyed several
camping/wheeling trips as well as
day trips to the local lakes.
The white trash themed chili
cook-off and meet and greet was
Apollo Communications
FEBRUARY 24, 2013
The Krawlers are dedicated in
keeping this club alive and
continuing to be very family
oriented while maintaining a
positive image within the offroad community.
In celebration of its one year
anniversary, the AZ Krawlers
would like to thank all of its
long time and new members.
We will be hosting a Members
Appreciation Run to be held
on April 14th, returning to its
roots at the Boulders OHV
area. Food will be provided
and a small raffle will be held
at the end of the run.
2013 Calendar
Dates, times and events are all subject to change, please refer to the events
page with the forum for all up to date information.
April 14th
Anniversary, Members Appreciation Run
July 27th
Second Annual Crown King Charity Run
October (tentative)
2 day event in Florence Junction
The founders would like to
thank everyone for their
participation in the club at
each and every event. Without
your support, dedication, and
hard work, events like Crown
King and trail clean ups would
not be possible.
With new and exciting
things happening in 2013, the
club will be making some much
needed improvements to not
only the website, but to the
club dynamic and public image.
Stay tuned for more