The fourth annual Salvation Saturday Groom-a-thon takes place at Canyon Pets on Saturday. All proceeds benefit the local Salvation Army. Appointments can be scheduled at (928) 635-4000.
SAVE-MTR enchilada sale on now
SAVE-Meant to Rescue is putting on an enchilada sale and is taking orders through Nov. 25. Enchiladas are $10 per dozen with all proceeds going to help the rescue dogs. People can order by calling Many Tails at (928) 635-8897 or Robynn at (928) 635-4726.
FooteWork now open during lunch hour
FooteWork Auto License and Title Service is now open during the lunch hour from noon to 1 p.m. More information is available at (928) 635-2006.
Williams Needs an Angel collecting towels
Williams Needs an Angel is collecting used towels for the Williams High School athletic department. Students need towels for swimming at the Williams Aquatic Center, showering after games, and the hiking club. "This is just an easy way for everybody in town to show their support for our youth," said Carol Glassburn, chairperson of the organization. More information is available from Glassburn at (928) 635-4503.
Grief support group offered
The Life After Loss grief support group will meet on the first and third Thursday of the month starting Nov. 7. The group meets from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal-Lutheran Church, 202 W. Grant Ave.
The group is offered in six to eight week sessions throughout the year for individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one under any circumstance. A Northland Hospice counselor faciliates the meetings, discussing different aspects of grief and coping techniques.
Registration is available at (928) 774-1227.
ESA seeking addresses for military boxes
The Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) group is collecting addresses for local servicemen and women. Each year the group sends boxes to the service members for the holidays. ESA members are planning to pack the boxes on Dec. 1, so addresses are needed before that date.
Since service members are transferred regularly, ESA members ask that people call even if the address has not changed.
Addresses may be provided to Dorothy Miller at (928) 635-4330 or Vicki Andros at (928) 635-1420.
TOPS Chapter 0541 now meeting at health clinic
The Williams TOPS Chapter 0541 now meets in the conference room at North Country HealthCare Clinic, 301 S. 7th St., at 5:30 p.m. every Thursday. More information is available from Patty Hukes at (928) 699-2122.
Annual Holiday Craft Show Nov. 30
The tenth annual holiday craft fair takes place Nov. 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sultana Theater, 301 W. Route 66. More than 35 vendors will be on hand with a variety of holiday gifts available for purchase. Simply Angelic Photography will be on site to take pictures of pets, children or the entire family. Angel, the photographer, will have 4x6 and 5x7 prints available to take home.
This is a fundraiser for SAVE-Meant to Rescue Animal Facility in Williams. All proceeds from the vendors' table rent and donations go to the animals.
Williams Rec Center offers free programs
Basketball for high school age students and adults takes place from 6-8 p.m. Wednesdays at the Williams-Elementary Middle School (WEMS) gym. The program will go until May 14.
Open Gym for eighth grade students and younger featuring basketball, dodgeball and volleyball takes place Thursdays from 6-9 p.m. at the WEMS gym. The program will go until May 15.
Free aerobics/group fitness classes are offered Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the WEMS cafeteria. This program goes through May 21.
The Williams Recreation Department sponsors these activities and Williams Unified School District hosts them.
Williams Bengals to compete in championship
The Williams Bengals are 10-0 this season. The team will compete in the championship game in Cottonwood on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mingus High School. Williams residents are encouraged to support the Bengals at their game and wear orange and black.
Information sought about Manuel Garcia Sanchez
Ruben Sanchez is seeking information about his grandfather, Manuel Garcia Sanchez, who lived in Williams around the years of 1928-1931. Manuel was arrested and tried for killing a man in Williams. According to family members, the arrest came after Manuel pawned a gun for money to take the family to a carnival in town. Authorities held Manuel in jail in Williams and Flagstaff until his trial.
At the trial, Manuel took the stand but did not understand the questions because he did not speak English. Manuel was released when the man responsible for the killing came forward. The man told police that he killed the other man for butchering his cow.
Those with information about these events may contact Sanchez by phone at (480) 882-1518 or by email at email@example.com.