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4/29/2014 10:32:00 AM
Around Williams: week of April 30
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Blood drive today

Williams High School is putting on a community blood drive today from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The blood drive will take place at the Williams High School Annex. More information is available at 1-877-827-4376 or www.bloodhero.com (sponsor code: WilliamsHS).

Post Office food drive May 10

The 22nd annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive will take place May 10 with more than 1,200 branches nationwide participating.People can donate non-perishable food items by leaving them in their mailboxes on that day for letter carriers to pick up. Last year the Williams Post Office's mail carriers collected 1,683 pounds of food-the highest amount ever. All of the food collected in Williams stays in the local community by going to the Williams Food Bank for distribution. More information is available from the post office at (928) 635-4572.

Williams Women Networking group meetings in May

We are starting a new networking group and every lady in William is invited. This is a group that will meet once a month to share what they are doing and to uplift and support each other. The group will meet at the high school tennis courts at 4 p.m. on May 1 to hit some balls and at May 14 at 6 p.m. at the Italian Bistro. More information is available from Cosette at (928) 853-0395 or Connie at (928) 853-3752.

New cancer support group

A new cancer support group will start meeting on the first Sunday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Williams Health Care Center, 301 S. Seventh St. The group is open to cancer survivors, the newly diagnosed, those in treatment, caregivers or anyone who would like to encourage people dealing with any form of the disease. More information is available from Dianne Pender at (928) 607-0471 or dpender@tabletoptelephone.com.

Lions Club looking for last minute changes to calendar

The Williams Lions Club is preparing to send the 2014-2015 to the printer. If you have any additions, corrections or deletions to the 47th issue of this Williams tradition, contact your favorite Lion and Calendar Chair Denis Kirkley at (928) 635-9366. New Custormers are also welcome to have their family's birthdays and anniversairies listed. Calendars will be sold for $10 each and will be here in June.

Mother/daughter celebration May 10

The annual mother/daughter celebration will take place May 10 starting at 6 p.m. at the Williams Community United Methodist Church.

Women of all ages are invited, whether they are a mother or daughter or not for an evening of fun and fellowship.

The theme is a Mother's Day picnic. The dress is casual and there will be plenty of food. There will be a surprise entertainment event to help fill the evening. Baskets will be available for a free will offering to offset the cost of the food.

Interpretive programs available to community

Beginning in May, the Public Lands Interpretive Association will present two programs a month for adults at one of the Kaibab National Forest campgrounds. Both programs will take place Wednesday mornings from 9 to 11 a.m.

On the first Wednesday of the month, participants will learn about plant and animal identification, scientific illustration and botanical art, and current opportunities to get involved with citizen science projects. On the third Wednesday of the month, community members can discuss a book on nature or history, with a walk following the discussion.

The first program will begin on May 7 from 9 to 11 a.m. at Kaibab Lake Campground. Attendees will learn the parts of plants and how to "see" the science in flowers.

The first "Books and Boots" program will be May 21 from 9-11 a.m. at Kaibab Lake Campground. The book "Half Broke Horses" by Jeannette Walls will be discussed. The first hour will be the book discussion, with a one hour walk following at 10 a.m.

The programs will meet in the campground amphitheater. Attendees should bring water, and be prepared for all types of weather.

More information about both programs is available from Deb Noel at (928) 635-4707.


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