Glassburn named to County Parks & Rec
County Supervisor Matt Ryan appoints long time Williams resident to commission
FLAGSTAFF - Long-time city of Williams resident and community activist Carol Glassburn was recently appointed to the Coconino County Parks & Recreation Commission. The County Board of Supervisors approved District 3 Supervisor Matt Ryan's appointment of Glassburn to a six-year term, which began on Feb. 1.
"Carol is a veteran community organizer, with a background in forestry and volunteer coordination, and will be a great asset to the commision," said Ryan. "Moreover, she is a resident of Williams, which helps to broaden and balance representation of the entire County on the Commission. And, she has a great sense of humor."
In addition to her many accomplishments, Glassburn currently serves as chair of the Williams Parks & Recreation Commission and served 15 years on the Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce, as member and past chair. She is also the chair of Williams Clean & Beautiful, chair of the Williams Needs An Angel program, and serves as a Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce Ambassador.
The mission of the Coconino County Parks & Recreation Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors and Parks and Recreation staff; and offer advice on matters relating to planning, development and management of the County parks system and programs, including the annual Coconino County Fair and Coconino County Horse Races.