The Granite Mountain Hotshot Girls are the wives and fiancées of the fallen Hotshots. They’re coming together, along with their families, to help finish the job that the Granite Mountain Hotshots started. The Hotshot Girls invite you to help them help the people of Yarnell rebuild their lives. Join them Sunday, Oct. 27 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., outdoors at Celtic Crossings, now located at the old Outback Steakhouse in Prescott for live music and merriment.
These amazing women are donating all proceeds to the Yarnell Hill Recovery Group. The event includes live music, a beer garden, silent auction and a raffle. Raffle items include cowboy art by Joseph Robertson, custom jewelry by Artful Eye and an original painting from Newman Galleries. If you’ve wanted to make a difference, don’t miss this event, sponsored by the families of our fallen Hotshots.
Admission is by donation. Raffle tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the event, or call Joni Cahn at928-899-0646. Celtic Crossings is located at Frontier Village, 1951 E. Highway 69, Prescott.
About Yarnell Hill Recovery Group
Exiled from their homes and divided by the closure of Highway 89, a group of 20 Yarnell and Peeples Valley residents conferred in person and by phone about how to rebuild their fire-ravaged community.
Out of that conversation, the all-volunteer Yarnell Hill Recovery Group was formed with a steering committee made up of five key leaders representing organizations that have long provided services to residents: the Yarnell-Peeples Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Yarnell Community Center, the Yarnell Community Presbyterian Church, the Fire Department and Weaver Mountains – People Who Care.
Under the direction of the steering committee, a dozen volunteer sub-committees have been formed to provide resources for everything from emergency housing and financial assistance to clean up and rebuilding. The group’s website, www.YarnellHillRecoveryGroup.
The group was recently recognized by Arizona and Yavapai County as the official recovery group for the Yarnell Hill Fire.
The Yarnell Community Presbyterian Church, acting as the Yarnell Hill Recovery Group’s fiscal agent, has set up an account for the Yarnell Hill Recovery Group though the National Bank of Arizona, account #76 0000 2730, Routing #122105320. There is a Pay Pal button for donations atwww.YarnellHillRecoveryGroup.