We are in extreme fire danger and everyone needs to do their part in keeping us safe. If you see or smell smoke, do not hesitate to call 911.
Fire restrictions are in effect. There is no entry into the forest north of the new Highway 260 bypass, no outside burning, no campfire, no smoking outside. If you are caught doing any of these things, you will be fined.
Chief Ray Larsen of the Christopher/Kohl's Fire Department spent his holiday keeping watch on our district. Along with the sheriff's office, there were many fines that went out over the holiday.
Christopher Creek Homeowners meeting was Saturday, and Gary Anderson spoke on the water situation in Christopher Creek, urging residents to conserve water.
Sandy Kalmar, president of the Firebelle's spoke on their upcoming plans and their next meeting will be at 7 p.m., June 17. Everyone is welcome to attend. They will be doing scrapbooking June 21 and 23. You can call Marty or B.J. Schantz at (928) 478-4877 for more information. Also they will be having craft classes again and you can call for more information.
A rehab group for the Christopher/ Kohl's Fire Department has been formed. They are on 24-hour notice. If there is an emergency and a crew is working, these six people will see that the crew has food and drink available. They are Jack and Sandy Kalmar, Marty and BJ Schantz, and Dave and Jackie Ezzell.
Anderson talked about how important it is to support our local businesses. They are the mainstay of our small community. There will be fall elections for new officers to the CCHA, and if you are interested in running, contact Anderson.