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WELCOME

LAS  LAGARE   FOUNDATION  a non-profit

building a brighter future

MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY, MILITARY SERVICE HALL


OUR VISION AND LOCATION:

LAS  LAGARE  FOUNDATION  developing a world-renowned complex along the

Colorado River of  LAUGHLIN, NEVADA, because sustainability is in a vibrant location.


MILITARY SERVICE HALL:

Patriotism is bringing military families together. With a Military Service Hall at our

renowned complex, we will provide a grand space accommodating our country's  veterans

for their reunions; a place filled with displays to honor their service. Then remembrance 

through-out our Museum's  Grand Room, you'll come face-to-face with a pair of military 

helicopters  and possibly a vintage World War II bomber. My grandfather, David McDaniel, 

was naval ship mechanic  during World War II aiding to end Hitler's reign, afterwards 

receiving a letter of recognition from our nation's first Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal.


MUSEUM:

The SUSTAINABILITY of our complex is imperative and achieved through high volume visitation.

LaGare's collection galleries will inspire the imagination.


UNIVERSITY:

With LaGare's historical collections, early American artifacts displayed, our University

studies will include World Heritage analysis and evaluation, artifact studies, and the 

creation of NAC^MAS.


NAC^MAS:

North American Council of Monuments And Sites - A group of scholars working with the 

World Heritage Authority UNESCO, documenting and protecting our heritage.


Knowing the past, good or indifferent, creates a brighter future.

Please visit www.laslagare.com and invest to make LaGare's art a priceless journey.

Sincerely, LaGare

Terry David McDaniel





LAGARE HISTORY: 

My father, Gary David McDaniel, was an artist and his studies included Picasso, DaVinci,

Michelangelo, Degas and Van Gogh. I suppose a great artist should start with a great name. 

My father chose "LaGare" while opening his first art gallery in our hometown of Davenport, Iowa. 

It all started in 1960 with the Attic Antique's and a pawn shop across the street. Within a few years 

a location was developed right on the river that included a lighthouse. With the Lighthouse Antiques 

and LaGare Gallery becoming a success, moving west became a reality in 1979 with LaGare Gallery 

opening in Sonoita, Arizona then followed by Scottsdale, Arizona and finally the Fountain Hills Gallery. 

I'm Terry David McDaniel and I moved to Arizona in October 1984 and chose Bullhead City, Az. It was 

close to my grandmother, her home was Searchlight, Nevada since the early 1960's. Grandma Shirley 

became a beacon of patriotism with the veterans of our family hosting remembrance celebrations every 

Memorial Day and Fourth of July holiday.


MUSEUM'S INSPIRATION: 

It was the year 1994 when LaGare had called me. He planned to purchase some acres outside Phoenix, Arizona where he had
a vision of building a Military Display Museum. LaGare's collections of military artifacts were in need of preservation.



ALL DONATIONS ARE FINAL AND NON-REFUNDABLE

Only million-dollar donations are accepted at this time. 

Thank you.


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