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Town Square gets Christmas Tree

1461017_10152634021186091_417249510_nThe Williams Community has always been the epitome of the word ‘Volunteer’ in the Community. Since the mid 1920’s, there has been a town tree, in which firemen secured, hauled, and hoisted the town tree in the middle of town.

Nearly nine decades later, that tradition still lives on.

On December 1st, 2013, members of the Citizens for a Better Williams, and the Maxwell Fire Department traveled into the western foothills in search of the perfect Christmas tree.

The 2013 Christmas Tree Crew included: Pat Ash, Kevin Ash, Steve Corbin, Ronnie Johnson, Jim Armstrong, Andi Armstrong, and the Maxwell Fire Department.

“We would like to give a huge Thank You to Allen Gobel and Family for being our tree hauling King!” said Pat Ash.

Towering at 67 Feet, the Williams Town Square Christmas Tree will soon be lit for the Festival of Lights on December 14th.

The organization would like to give special thanks to Steve McCullough, Bill Bowen, Pete Garcia, and Twila Garcia for helping install the tree at Town Square.

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