Breaking News!!: Mohave Valley, AZ: Resident holds New Year’s Eve Celebration for the community hit by the “Willow Fire”.
ZachNews has confirmed that Terry “Tigger” King, resident who lost everything in the “Willow Fire” on Saturday, August 8th, 2015 in Mohave Valley, Arizona, will be holding his New Year’s Eve Celebration starting at 6:00pm MT on Thursday, December 31st, 2015 until after 12:00am MT on Friday, January 1st, 2016.
The theme of the New Year’s Eve Celebration is “God’s Beautifully 4 Ashes”.
The New Year’s Eve Celebration will be held at 3100 Cheyenne Drive in Mohave Valley, Arizona.
** Event Directions: **
– From Mohave Highway Highway, head east for 3 miles on Courtwright Road.
– From Courtwright Road , make a right turn onto Ranchero Lane and head south for a mile on Ranchero Lane.
– From Ranchero Lane, make a left turn onto Cheyenne Drive and go for 4 properties down until you hit the event on the right side of the street.
Terry “Tigger” King tells ZachNews that this will be his 16th year doing this New Year’s Eve Celebration for the neighborhood and the community he loves.
The New Year’s Eve Celebration is a clean and sober event, children are welcome with an adult, there will be music and fellowship.
Everybody should dress warm for the event and people are welcome to bring food and soda to the event.
**** ZachNews Broadcasting Live: ****
Join ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez as a community celebrates the coming of the New Year 2016 in Mohave Valley, Arizona starting at 11:30pm MT on Thursday, December 31st, 2015 at ZachNews on Periscope.
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ZachNews will be also filming the New Year’s Eve Celebration and will post the video later at ZachNews on YouTube.
Terry “Tigger” King was among the many residents who lost everything in a large brush fire that started just to southeast of Plantation Road and Vanderslice Road in Mohave Valley, Arizona on Saturday, August 8th, 2015.
ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez was the only news photojournalist who got close to the large brush fire just minutes before destroying at least 18 structures and killing some animals.
ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez spoke to Terry “Tigger” King about what happened when the “Willow Fire” took everything that day.
Terry “Tigger” King told ZachNews that he held a New Year’s Eve Celebration every year for the neighborhood and loves bringing the community together with music and food.
In wake of the “Willow Fire”, this year’s New Year’s Eve Celebration is going to be big as this neighborhood and community has united together to rebuild both property and lives.
Terry “Tigger” King tells ZachNews that all of the hard work first responders and law enforcement who responded to the “Willow Fire” are welcome to the event.
Authorities say that the Willow Fire burned for at least 9 days, burned a total of 5,976 acres, over 1,000 homes were threaten and evacuating many people, closed roads and County Route 1 for days, and a person suffering heat related injury, but no fatalities reported to humans.
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