Letter to the Editor: Mammoth Fiesta Committee plans block party

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   The Town of Mammoth Fiesta Committee would like to share some exciting news. On November 3, 2018 the Town of Mammoth will be putting on their first of many parties celebrating our community and our area, the “Mammoth Fall Block Party.” All proceeds raised will benefit local non-profits in the area. It’s a win-win for everyone.

   We wanted to share some event details now and more specific information as the event draws closers. First the Fiesta Committee wants everyone to know that the event will take place on Streets. Parking will be available on Kino and Catalina near the Pinal County Complex and Mammoth baseball field as well as behind the Mammoth softball field.   

   This event will feature a kid zone complete with bouncy houses and carnival style games. A dunk tank featuring members of your local government, mariachi music, and a dance with a local DJ to spin your favorite beats. There will be vendors of all types onsite to assist you with yummy treats or even early Christmas shopping. The block party will also be hosting a chili cook off and a salsa contest with the winners receiving half the entry fees collected for the event.

   Entry forms for the salsa contest and chili cook off can be picked up at the Mammoth Town Library, or on the Town of Mammoth website; townofmammoth.us/ under the Fiesta Committee Tab. Vendor applications can also be downloaded or picked up at these locations, but hurry the deadline to submit all forms is October 30, 2018.

   This will be a great day of family fun for all ages, and remember all proceeds benefit local non-profits in the area. It has been decades since the town has hosted these events, and we hope you will bring your family out and join us in celebrating the fall season.

  Thank You,

/s/ Annie Martinez

The Town Of Mammoth Fiesta Committee

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