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Yarnell Water Recovery Fund



Chuck Tidey
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office
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FREE FIREWISE WORKSHOP
Friday, April 3rd, 10am to 2pm
Yarnell Fire Station
Learn best practices
for keeping your home safe!
LIMITED SEATING
Call 928-427-9414
by March 31st to attend.


Community Meeting
Wednesday, April 8th:
5:00pm POTLUCK SUPPER
5:30pm MEETING BEGINS
Yarnnell Community Center



CALLING ALL ARTISTS
A special campaign of the Yarnell Community Center
THE SUNFLOWER PROJECT
Partners local artists with
Model Creek School Students
Call Kim at 928-427-6347
to find out more, or
attend the first session
Friday, April 10th, 12:30 to 3:30pm
Model Creek School


Petey's Playground
TRIVIA NIGHT

Saturday, April 18th, 5pm to 9pm
Yarnell Fire House

Check back soon for more details.



2nd Annual Yarnell Fire Memorial
5K/10K Fun Run
IS LOOKING FOR SPONSORS

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Letter to Fun Run Sponsors
Sponsorship Levels



Car Show to Benefit
Yarnell Hill Fire Memorial Park
A Nancy Perry Production
Sunday, April 19th, 9am to 2pm
Downtown Yarnell



Bagdad: Art in the Park
Call to Artists and Artisans
for an outdoor art event, Saturday, May 2nd
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The 46th Annual YARNELL DAZE!!
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Introduce your business
to new residents.
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Yarnell Rocks
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    Yarnell is coming back to life. Many volunteers came to help today and happy to do so. We put some of them to work in the garden and many others went into the burned out areas to help residents clean up and remove ruined refrigerators. The Red Cross and Salvation Army are here for the duration. They opened up the main highway through Yarnell and they brought tour buses up and let people walk around and pay their respect to the shrine that is building for the fallen. They were not able to walk down into the badly burned out areas and there are Police to make sure they don't. You can see alot and it is very shocking to see. The 19 Hot Shots died right over the hill as you come into town and they have already erected and flagpole in their honor and you can walk up this little path and see it from there. People are so generous and are donating all kinds of things to our little Community. Some Snow bird from Wisconsin came up and handed our Fire Department a $5000.00 check. Amazing.






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