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Wonder Melon

A locally owned and operated insulation company with a goal to bring you service you can count on!

(928) 588-3626
300 N Highland Blvd
Taylor

Big Dog Self Storage

Simple, secure and hassle-free self-storage. Taylor plus 2 other locations.

(928) 536-1000
1044 N Main Street
Taylor

Wonder Melon

Need something cool? Try their variety of fruit snacks and beverages, sandwiches, crepes and more!

(928) 457-0091
725 N Main Street, Ste 103-C
Taylor

Bread ‘n Basics

Stop by for a variety of fresh baked bread, cinnamon rolls, dessert bars, spudnuts, pies and more. Also, bulk spices and flours.

480-223-7088 or 928-243-170
687 N Main Street
Snowflake

Dawn Stratton, Realtor
West USA

A White Mountain Girl You Can Trust From Dawn to Dusk.

(928) 242-3276

The Perkatory

A coffee shop serving yummy coffee, teas, other flavored drinks, and sweets. Walk in or use the drive through.

(928) 243-7061
60 South Main Street
Snowflake

Snowflake/Taylor Chamber’s Monster Bash a Success

The Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce combined their Awards Banquet and Auction Dinner into one big Monster Bash event held October 28, 2020.

The evening included a live auction, awards presentation, a Chinese auction and a Stihl Chainsaw Raffle along with a scrumptious meal of pulled pork with BBQ sauce, homemade bread with apple butter, beans, salad, cheesy potatoes and a variety of desserts. Austin Larson was the lucky winner of the chainsaw.

Quite a few attendees dressed in costume and prizes were awarded.

Chamber business awards were presented with the help of Snowflake Vice Mayor Kerry Ballard and Taylor Mayor David Smith.

The winners for 2019 are:

  • Non-Profit of the Year: Navajo County Family Advocacy Center
  • Small Business of the Year: The Bald Guy and Team
  • Medium Business of the Year: Mountain Mobile Auto Glass
  • Large Business of the Year: Larson Waste
  • Business Woman of the Year: Dawn Hall, The Morning Rose
  • Business Man of the Year: Kendall Bryant, Snowflake Smokehouse

 

2020 Monster Bash

Awards Banquet and Auction

Navajo County Family Advocacy Center

2019 Non-profit of the Year

The Bald Guy and Team

2019 Small Business of the Year

Mountain Mobile Auto Glass

2019 Medium Business of the Year

Larson Waste

2019 Large Business of the Year

Dawn Hall, The Morning Rose

2019 Business Woman of the Year

Kendall Bryant, Snowflake Smokehouse, LLC

2019 Business Man of the Year

Chinese Auction

Adding Chinese auction tickets

Costume Contest

Lining up for voting

Costume Contest

Voting on two entries

Great Eats

Ready for dinner

Harvest Fest | October 10, 2020 at Pioneer Park

  • Arts & Crafts vendors
  • Food vendors
  • Entertainment
  • Game Zone
  • Wagon Rides to Willis Pumpking Patch

Taylor Sweet Corn Festival 

  • Arts & Crafts vendors
  • Food vendors
  • Lawn Mower Races

Snowflake Pioneer Days | Chamber Arts & Crafts Show and Car Show

This year’s Arts and Crafts Show was held July 24 and July 25 along with the Car Show on July 25.

Car Show Highlights:

Best of Show Winner: Ric Ashby, Snowflake, AZ for his 1968 Chevrolet Camero
People’s Choice Award: Jamie Esperson, Gilbert, AZ for his 1990 Nissan 300 ZX
Best Paint: John Larrison, Show Low, AZ for his 1968 Chevrolet Camero
Best Engine: Moon Mullins, Quemado, NM for his 1936 Plymouth Coupe
Best Interior: Skip Fergus, Clay Springs, AZ for his 1939 Chevy Sedan Delivery
Longest Distance: Cecil Kuns, Kingman, AZ
Best Club Participation: Arizona Street Rod Association

Chamber Sponsors

Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce
113 N Main Street, Ste. A
Snowflake, AZ 85937

Office: (928) 536-4331

Hours:
Monday through Friday
10am to 2pm

Executive Director:
Charlotte Hatch, IOM

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