Taylor Sweet Corn Festival | Arts & Crafts and Parade
Snowflake Pioneer Days | Chamber Arts & Crafts Show and Car Show
This year’s Arts and Crafts Show was held July 19 and July 20 along with the Car Show on July 20.
Car Show Highlights:
Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce Dinner & Auction
Snowflake Taylor Chamber of Commerce Awards Scholarships
The Snowflake Taylor Chamber of Commerce recently awarded two $500 scholarships to Snowflake High School seniors, Tyree Hancock and Taylor Lopez.
Interested seniors were asked to submit an application and essay describing their pursuit of a future career path, the next steps toward their success in that field, and how the assistance would impact their plans. Tyree and Taylor were chosen from 10 applications submitted.
The Chamber’s scholarship fund was started to support students who have been working toward their future profession. The purpose of the Chamber scholarship fund is to identify students who have demonstrated initiative in pursuing their post high school vocation and to support them in the pursuit of their passion.
This was the first year for the scholarship program; the Chamber will be continuing the program annually. All scholarship funds are derived from local Chamber member businesses through various Chamber events.
- Dance Amour
- High Country Barbershop Chorus
- Canyon Creek Performing Arts
- Snowflake High School Madrigals
- Britten Shirley, Trick Roper
- Calvary Chapel Worship Band
- John Kay and David Peterson
Snowflake Town Lighting
Vice Mayor Kerry Ballard did the countdown and turning on of the lights at this year’s town lighting event held November 30. Kicking off Santa’s arrival on the fire truck was a dance performance by a group from Dance Amour.
Santa and Mrs. Claus, along with two of their elves, stayed cozy in the Freeman home as kids divulged their wish lists for Christmas.
Local businesses and organizations prepared and served hot cocoa or cider and donated cookies to event goers as they strolled between the two entertainment areas or headed over to view the nativity displays in the Social Hall.
A new addition to the event was the Ugly Sweater Contest. Judging the event was Chamber Board Member Tyler Rausch. Marcus Marshall was the winner.
We wish to thank the businesses, entertainers, Santa and Mrs. Clause, and those who donated cookies for helping us make this a great event.
2019 Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet
Large Business of the Year
Medium Business of the Year
Compass Medical Center
Small Business of the Year
Non-profit of the Year
Equine WellBeing Rescue
Business Man of the Year
Josh Craner – Black Diamond Auto Glass
Business Woman of the Year
Julie McCray – World Financial Group
Shining Star Award
Kayley Willis, 3E Snacks and C.H. Packer
Executive Director Award
Dawn Reddick, Smithfield Farms
Neil Traver, Arizona Public Service