Around Williams: Week of Nov. 2
Addresses needed for service men and women
Christmas is just around the corner and ESA is once again seeking addresses for the local servicemen and women. Box pakcing is planned for Nov. 29 -- all addresses are needed piror to that date. ESA members know that service personnel are transferred all the time, and would appreciate a call even if the address has not changed. More information and to be sure your service person is included is available by calling Dorothy Miller at 635-4330 or Vicki Andros at 635-1420.
Williams Methodist Church will pack Jared Boxes to help sick children Nov. 5
Williams Methodist Church will fill Jared Boxes Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. in the church hall, Second Street and Sherman Avenue. Jared Boxes are plastic shoe boxes filled with small toys and activities with which chronically ill children play while in bed and treatment, and are moral boosters at Flagstaff Medical Center’s Children’s Health Center. MOre information is available at thejaredboxproject.com or by calling Bonnie Dent at (928) 635-2090.
Calvary Chapel Williams will collect Operation Christmas Child gift boxes Nov. 17-21
Operation Christmas Child is part of a charity group Samaritan Purse, which sends shoebox gifts to children all over the world in war torn and third-world countries.
Calvary Chapel Williams, located behind the Family Dollar Store at 106 S. 9th St., will collect the donated gift boxes during the week of Nov. 17-21.
All community members and local churches are invited to be part of the event. More information about getting involved, representing a church or business or putting together a gift box may contact Amy Hatfield at (928) 628-5358 or Lenore Rivas at (623) 377-8114.
SAVE - MTR enchilada fundraiser
Save-MTR enchilda sale fundraiser will take orders until Nov. 21. Pick up date is Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sultana Theater. Cost is $10/dozen. Specify cheese or cheese and onion. More information is available from Robynn at 635-4726 by leaving a message with name, phone number and order details.
Parade of Lights in downtown Williams Nov. 26
A Parade of Lights celebrating ‘The Story of Christmas’ will take place in downtown Williams Nov. 26 at 6:30 p.m. on Historic Route 66.
All entries should be received no later than Nov. 11.
Pick up applications at city offices, Visitor Center or Williams News office.
Community Christmas Nativity Pageant Dec. 23 - update
First band rehearsal Nov 7 at 4 p.m. in the high school band room.
All instruments welcome, adulat and students together.
First choir rehearsal Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. in the high school band room.
All singers welcome, adulat and students together.
Beverly Stearns will direct the music.
Other organizational meetings are taking place for the first annual Community Christmas Nativity Pageant Dec. 23. The group is seeking musicians, kids for angels, shepards, choir members, and set builders. They also need people for lighting, sound, food and drinks. There is something for everyone to do. All churches, schools, clubs, neighbors and people of all ages are invited to participate. More information is available by contacting Kerry-Lynn Moede or Cosy Riggs at (602)-818-6559.
Blood Drive Nov. 7
A blood drive will take place Nov. 7 at Williams High School. More information is available by contacting the school at (928) 635-4474.
Military Veterans Breakfast Nov. 11
The Williams VFW Auxiliary Post 12128 is hosting a free breakfast for all military veterans from 8-10 a.m. Nov. 11 at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church (202 W. Grant Ave.) More information is available by contacting Carol Lee McElwain, VFW Auxiliary president, at (928) 225-093.
Monday and Thursday Night football at American Legion
The American Legion Cordova Post 13, located at 425 W. Grant Ave., willhost Monday and Thursday night football viewing. There will be different food selections and drink specials each night. Donations gladly accepted and greatly appreciated. More information is available by contacting Mark at (928) 542-6873.
Kiwanis Club of Williams Annual Coat Drive
The Kiwanis Club is hosting its annual coat drive through May 1. Any coat in decent condition will be accepted. Donations are cleaned and turned over to the Food Bank to be distributed. Coats may be dropped off at the Williams Rec Center or Williams Realty. More information is available by calling (928) 635-4393.
Veteran’s Day Memorial Service Nov. 11
The Williams VFW Auxiliary Post 12128 will host a Veterans Day Memorial Service at 5 p.m. Nov. 11 in Monument Park.
Veteran’s Day dinner Nov. 11
The Williams American Legion Cordova Post 13 will host a dinner for all veterans and their families. More information is available by contacting Frank Maryn at (928) 635-4447.
VFW Auxiliary Raffle
The Williams VFW Auxiliary Post 12128 will be hosting its annual raffle from now through Dec. 7. Prizes include a Kitchenaid stand mixer and a collection of linens. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 and are available from any VFW Auxiliary member. More information about purchasing tickets is available by calling (928) 225-0931 or (760) 703-1297.
Big Buck contest
A Big Buck contest and raffle is open to all units south of Grand Canyon. The hunter to score the widest buck (outside to outside) will win a PSE Brute Force Bow with a full package. The contest ends January 31, 2017 and the drawing for a Ruger American rifle in 22-25 caliber takes place Feb. 1 at the Outdoor Store located at the corner of West Route 66 and Fourth Street.
Holiday Craft Show Nov. 26
Vendors are needed for the 13th annual Holiday Craft Show Nov. 26. This is a fundraiser for SAVE-MTR (Meant to Rescue) Animal Facility here in Williams. The craft show will take place at the Sultana Theater from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information is available from Nadine at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (928) 897-8710.
Open Gym Thursdays 8th grade and under
Williams School District and the City of Williams are hosting open gym nights for kids up through eighth grade every Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Williams Elementary Middle School. Basektball, volleyball, dodgeball, jumprope and hoola hoop are available. Program runs from Sept. 8 through May 11 while school is in session.
“The Shed” skate park is open
The Williams Rec Center skatepark is open Tuesday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. More information can be found by calling (928) 635-1496.
The Williams Rec Center is hosting a movie night every Wednesday at 6 p.m. More details can be found by calling (928) 635-6784.
High School and Adult Basketball open gym
The Williams Rec Center and Williams School District are hosting an adult open gym from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m at Williams Elementary Middle School. More details can be found by calling (928) 635-6784.
Teen Time at the Rec
The city of Williams is hosting a new porgram for teens. Every Thursday through Saturday from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Teens can enjoy basektball, pool, ping pong, foosball, music, art and the skate park. Refreshments will be served. More information can be found by calling (928) 635-6784.
Men’s prayer breakfast
A men’s prayer time is held every Thursday at 7 a.m. at hope for the World, 117 W. Route 66, Ste. 125. More information is available from Aaron Silverstein at (928) 225-1323.
Williams High School Athletics towel drive
The Kiwanis Club of Williams is collecting towels to donate to the high school. Towels may be given to Phillip Echeverria at the high school or Carol Glassburn will pick them up. More information is available at (928) 635-4503.
Women’s Monthly Prayer Breakfast
The women of Williams are meeting the last Friday of every month for a prayer breakfast. This month’s meeting takes place Sept. 30 at 9 a.m. at the Wild West Junction in Williams.
Community Dinners at the Catholic Church
All our invited to attend the Community Dinners held the first Friday of every month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at St. Joseph The Worker Catholic Church, located at 900 W. Grant Ave. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Donations of $5 are appreciated. More information can be found by calling Father Kilian McCaffrey at (928) 635-2430.
Williams Lions Club Community Birthday calendar available
The 49th issue of the Williams Lions Club Community Birthday calendar is here. Contact any Lions Club member or calendar chair Denis Kirkley at (928) 635-9366 to get your copy. Calendars are also available from Lion Patty Williams at Williams Wear inside Buck’s Place at 117 W. Route 66. The cost is $10 each.
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