As part of our effort in offering the 501c3 umbrella for organizations in the area we were able to obtain a $10,000 grant for Walden Meadows Community Co-op (the water company for Wilhoit). Pictured here are Frances Lechner and Judy Garner presenting the check to Cal Lewis, treasurer and Terry Williams, vice president of WMCC.
T-SHIRTS, HOODIES, & PATCHES
Visitors and neighbors may now order items that help to sustain the Park and the Yarnell Area Resource Group. Click on the button below for information or order.
YARNELL SOUTHERN ENTRANCE SIGN
Businesses, organizations and individuals may rent space (REALLY reasonable!) on the large sign on the entrance to Yarnell at the top of the hill. Click on the sign below or “Community Sign” in the footer.
CLICK ON SIGN ABOVE OR COMMUNITY SIGN IN THE FOOTER TO SEE THE NEW FEATURE AVAILABLE TO INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FROM YARNELL AREA RESOURCE GROUP AND YARNELL-PEEPLES VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
by Bob Brandon
Bob Brandon, a self-taught artist, was on the frontline of fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire. Bob and his crew were creating a firebreak in the Shrine Road area. A sudden wind shift forced them to abandon their work. The wind shift changed to course of the fire – and the course of many lives.
Prints of “Wildland
In May 2023 the park was turned over to Arizona State Parks and Trails. They will continue to operate and maintain the park as a memorial to the events of 2013. Their website is: https://azstateparks.com/