October 12, 2012
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Christopher Creek will play host to the 1970 Labor Day Flood Reunion at 10:30 a.m., Monday, Sept. 2 at the Landmark. Marshall Trimble will be here to emcee and there will be a number of witnesses to relate their stories.
Christopher Creek had the look and feel of a major holiday weekend.
Christopher Creek has its own form of social media. It is not Twitter or Instagram, not even a Facebook group account.
Christopher Creekers joined up with about half the town of Yuma and a sprinkling of folks from Queen Creek, Pine, Tonto Village and Payson to celebrate the life of Debbie Hamner.
Christopher Creek, 23 years ago, was a scary place.
Christopher Creek was going about its business as normal on June 25, 1990.
Christopher Creek was a happening place over the long weekend.
It’s time for another installment of “better know your neighbor” — this week I had the pleasure of interviewing Linda Digman.
On Saturday, Feb. 2 the Christopher-Kohl’s Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 4568 N. Colcord Cove at 6:30 a.m. The structure, a large, metal, two-bay garage with an apartment in the rear of the south bay, was a total loss.
Last weekend the Christopher Creek Homeowners Association decorated the creek and Christopher Creek Loop with holiday lights and decorations.
On Saturday, Oct. 20 the Christopher Creek Homeowners Association held its semi-annual membership meeting.
First off I want to apologize to Ms. Terry Glad Flores. Last week’s article was about Terry Glad Flores being invited to the Native American Arts and International Film Festival, in Las Vegas this November.