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Elks Lodge #1607, Safford/Clifton

501 Gila Ave., Safford

428-0414
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Home Equity Line of Credit
National Bank of Arizona
Indian Fry Bread Taco
El Charro Restaurant
8:15 a.m. Early Worship every Sunday
First United Methodist Church
10% off for birthday parties
Yotagious Frozen Yogurt

Upcoming events


Labor Day
Mon Sep 1
Neal McCoy
Wed Sep 3 at 7pm
SalsaFest 2014!
Fri Sep 26-27 at 5pm
Graham County Fair
Thu Oct 9-12
Harvest Festival
Sat Oct 18
Halloween
Fri Oct 31

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Visit Graham County

Are you aware aware of all that is available to you just outside your front door? From Astronomy to Rockhounding, Graham County offers many fun and exciting outdoor activities just waiting for you to come and experience.

Visit www.visitgrahamcounty.com to see what's out there today!

Arizona's Salsa Trail

Arizona's Salsa Trail

Graham County is Home to Arizona's Salsa Trail which is all about terrific Mexican food and down-home friendliness. Sprinkled through the small Southern Arizona communities of Graham County are a dozen Mexican restaurants and a lady who grows chilies.

A trip worth taking and a tantalizing experience your taste buds should not be deprived of. Come see for yourself why Arizona's Salsa Trail is the rave everyone is talking about.

Visit www.salsatrail.com to learn more!

Gila Valley Leadership

The Graham County Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in a leadership development program open to all residents of Graham & Greenlee Counties called Gila Valley Leadership. The program provides an opportunity for current and aspiring leaders to learn more about issues facing the area, further develop their leadership skills and expand their professional networks.

Copper Steer Steakhouse Featured in The Tucson Guide

Tucson Guide-Copper Steer Copper Steer Steakhouse is the only local restaurant to be featured in this Fall - Winter edition of The Tucson Guide!

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Copper Steer Steakhouse Featured in The Tucson Guide

 


Neal McCoy

Neal McCoy Wednesday, September 3 at 7:00PM
Center for the Arts

No doubt about it, in the 20 years since he released his first single, Neal McCoy – the one-of-a-kind country singer and consummate live performer – has enjoyed every minute of his long, successful career. Even with 11 albums, over 25 charted singles and countless thousands of touring miles already under his big belt buckle, the...

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Neal McCoy

 


Announcing the EAC Discovery Park Campus - Field Trips!

EAC Discovery Park Campus - Field Trip Dear Eastern Arizona Teachers,

The EAC Discovery Park Campus is available to help you have a fun, safe, and educational Science field trip, and best of all …there’s no cost!

These exciting field trip opportunities specializing in two subjects areas: Habitat (plants and animals), and Astronomy (including Earth sciences,& some light/energy and magnetism depending upon the...

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Announcing the EAC Discovery Park Campus - Field Trips!

 


GiMee's featured in Highroads Magazine

Highroads Magazine - Gimme a Hamburger For almost 20 years this family-owned restaurant has served charbroiled steaks and fantastic Mexican food. The unusual chile rellenos aren’t dipped in batter and fried- they’re more like a crepe. A hamburger bar with all the fixings from bacon to green chile to cheese to jalapenos is enormously popular. GiMee's was featured in the Highroads' July/August 2014 Edition: Gimme a...

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GiMee's featured in Highroads Magazine

 


The Railers

The Railers Friday, August 8, 2014 at 7:00 PM
Center for the Arts

When brothers Jordan and Jonathan Lawson, raised right here in the Gila Valley, met lively Arizona native Cassandra in the mountains of Flagstaff, Arizona, the foundation was laid for the adventure of a lifetime. All three classically trained students had plans of making the 2,600 mile journey to Music City to follow their...

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The Railers