12/9/2008 2:27:00 PM Gallery: Williams APS Parade of Lights Residential, business light contest winners to be recognized
Scott Warren/Williams Color Lab
Diana Croteau and other members of the Magic of Christmas in Williams Committee wave to the crowd during the Dec. 6 APS Parade of Lights. The committee members were honored as grand marhsals in the 2008 parade for their hard work during the holiday season in Williams.
The Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:45 p.m. Friday at Studio 9 Salon, 517 E. Route 66.
Following the ribbon cutting, the Ambassadors will head to the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center, 200 W. Railroad Ave., for a mixer from 5-7 pm. The 50/50 drawing will benefit the local Salvation Army.
Winners from the Parade of Lights, along with business and residential contest winners, will be honored at the mixer. Parade winners include Phil and Annette Satterlee, best float; Xanterra and Grand Canyon Railway, antique vehicle; O'Brien's Auto Glass, special vehicle; White Stag Café and Elk Ridge Outdoor Ski and Recreation, best walking; David Bixby and Historical Reenactment, best musical; and High Country Fire and Rescue, emergency vehicle.
Business lighting contest winners include Alternative Impressions, Mountain Joy Treasures & Gifts, Buffalo Pointe Inn & Restaurant and Pancho McGillicuddy's. Residential lighting contest winners include Mark Lucas and Craig Church, 1010 W. Morse Ave., best overall; Maria Gee, 1010 W. Hancock Ave., best depiction of theme; Tom and Sharri Hughes, 2737 W. Augusta and Frank and Amy Kramer, 218 E. Edison Ave., best lighting effect; and best creativity went to Sarah MacRae and Michael Combs, 421 E. Fulton Ave. and Lawrence and Stella Sanchez, 400 W. Edison Ave.