From Mayor John Hughes:
“Arizona’s Country Town welcomes the summer tourists. Whether you are passing through or end up staying awhile, we will always greet you with a honk and a smile.
Let’s remember Carol White.
Carol (Cleckner) White’s Celebration of Life will be Aug. 28 at Cherry Creek Ranch Venue & Events.
Carol was a long-time Dewey resident, one of the best Humboldt Elementary School teachers and volleyball coaches. She encouraged children with singing, guitar playing, and she played hand bells for the Christmas programs.
She always blessed others with her giving to the local Lions club, charities, scholarship programs, Boys
and Girls Cub and volunteering with the Yavapai County Republican Party. Carol White was also a Yavapai Cowbelle and an Arizona State Cowbelle.
Please join her family as they celebrate her life — my wife Carie (White) Hughes and I invite you to attend. Cherry Creek Ranch Events, 928.848.8717.”
Dancing for the Stars
Come out and support your local Yavapai County Sheriff Dave Rhodes and First Lady of Dewey- Humboldt Carie Hughes as they raise money for the Boys & Girls Club Central Arizona for the Sept. 9 and Sept. 10 Dancing for the Stars competition.
Your sponsorship and votes are greatly appreciated. Building our communities future leaders one dance step at a time. Go to www.dancingforthestars.net for sponsorship, votes and tickets.
Agua Fria Festival
Held in historic downtown Humboldt, the Agua Fria Festival will be Sept. 17, 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Main and Prescott streets. The event will include a pet parade, Old West parade, best beard competition, best Western attire contest, an Arizona Territorial Society fashion show, a silent auction and closing ceremonies.
Live entertainment and music, food and crafts, raffles and more also will be available. Additional information is available at www.aguafriafestival.com.