Representative Debbie Roznovak from the Black Mesa Ranger District of the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest answered the questions of many who attended the “Forest Service Day” event held at the Heber Overgaard Chamber of Commerce Feb. 24.
The forecasted dip in temperatures Friday where the daytime high is only expected to reach the upper 30s and the nighttime lows will dip into the upper teens, will have a transition over the weekend and end up on Sunday where the daytime highs will reach into the upper 50s and the nighttime lows will be in the mid 30s.
On Saturday, Feb. 24, a representative from the Black Mesa Ranger District of the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, Debbie Roznovak, set up areas at the Heber Overgaard Chamber of Commerce with pamphlets of information regarding activities and rules regarding those activities within the Black Mesa Ranger District. Those activities include “Journey Through Time” auto tour, camping and hiking ethics, wildlife trails, hiking trails, motor vehicle restriction maps, Agave House information, bird watching information and fitness trails.
A great many residents and visitors from outside our area made the turnout for the event. Heber Overgaard Chamber of Commerce volunteers served refreshments and cake to event guests as a gesture of the ongoing celebration of Arizona’s 100th birthday.