Rotary Western Auction today

rotary-04WILLIAMS – The Rotary Club Western Auction is today at Miss Kitty’s Cowboy Steakhouse at 642 E Rte 66 in Williams. The doors will open at 5 p.m. The food line will open at 6 p.m. The food is catered by the Arizona Highways award winning Grand Canyon Coffee and Cafe. You still might be able to find tickets for the cash prize drawing to be held at the annual event. The event benefits students in Williams.

Williams Rotary Club Western Auction only days away.

rotary-04WILLIAMS – The Williams Rotary Club Western auction is this Saturday, October 25. At the event they will be drawing for a cash prize of up to $5,000. Only 1000 tickets will be sold for this drawing and we are not sure how many are left. Tickets are $20 each and benefits scholarships for Williams High School students. You can purchase tickets from any Rotary Club member.

Rotary selling tickets for Western Auction drawing

rotary-04WILLIAMS – The Williams Rotary Club has begun selling raffle tickets for cash prizes to be drawn at their Western Auction in October. The Rotary Club holds this annual event to support youth scholarships.

Tickets for the raffle are $20 each and only 1000 will be sold. The prizes are as follows:

  1. $5000 main prize
  2. $1000 second prize
  3. $500 third prize

In addition five $100 prizes will be awarded. The drawing will be held at the Rotary Western Auction on October 25. Tickets can be purchased from any Rotary member.

Kiwanis Club does it again

Santa visits Williams Kiwanis Club holiday dinner at Doc Holiday's.

Williams, December 11, 2011—Santa had a busy schedule this weekend in Williams with a visit to the Recreation Center on Saturday followed by an appearance at the annual Kiwanis holiday dinner on Sunday. Volunteers from the Lion’s Club and the Rotary Club “stepped up to the plates” to serve turkey and ham with all the trimmings.

Kiwanis dinner draws a crowd.

Mayor John Moore displayed his “culinary skills” by serving buns at the end of the line.

Santa brought some preview toys as prizes for a drawing. Some say Santa’s Elves who helped bring these toys include some of the businesses and residence of Williams.

The Kiwanis buffet-style holiday dinner at Doc Holiday’s at the Holiday Inn in Williams started several years ago in December and has grown in popularity over the years. The volunteers even deliver a variety of non-alcoholic beverages right to your table.

Special thanks to all of the volunteers that make this a special event for Williams.