Williams City Council has scheduled a work session for 5 p.m. Thursday at city hall, 113 S. First St. Items for discussion include a potential land exchange near the golf course involving Yavapai Ranch and Forest Service land, Williams’ water shortage, an appeal letter from Ponderosa Ridge manufactured homes planned for north of Grand Canyon Boulevard and an intergovernmental agreement regarding the county transfer station. During this work session, open to the public, council will make no decisions but simply gather data. For additional information, call city hall at 635-4451.
Salvation Army looking for campers
The Williams Salvation Army has two slots to fill for summer camp July 24-28. The camp is free and local businesses have joined together to help out. Sportway Supplies is supplying the sleeping bag for the trip and the Williams Health Care Center is providing the physical. Anyone interested in signing up can call Linda Russell, chairman, at 635-4419.
Special Olympics raffles offered
To raise money for Special Olympics, Sportway Supplies and the Williams Police Department, are raffling off a his and her fishing package along with other sports items. Tickets for the June 25 drawing are $2 or three for $5 and are available at Sportway.
Mexican Fiesta candidates sought
The Mexican Fiesta Committee is seeking queen and princess candidates for this year’s fiesta, which will be held Sept. 16. Queen candidates must be between 13 and 18 years old. Princess candidates must be between 7 and 12 years old.
For more information, contact Lupe Pacheco at 635-0520 or Bobbie Michelena at 635-4874.