EDITOR: The Copper Basin Coalition would like to thank the over 700 Globe-Miami residents that attended our third annual “Rock the Block” event held on Friday, July 20 at Miami Veterans Park. We would like to also thank Gila County District 2 Supervisor Tim Humphrey, Miami Town Mayor Darryl Dalley, The Miami Business Association and The Miami Hostetler Pool. We cannot forget to mention our vendors, partners and volunteers that helped make this a memorable event! Our thanks go out to the following: Town of Miami, Gila County Public Health Department, Community Bridges (CBI), Rainbow Flowers, Globe Public Library/Friends of the Library, U of A cooperative extension, AZYP, Freeport McMoRan, McSpadden Ford, Guayo’s on the Trail, Big O’ Tires, Apache Gold Casino, Pinal Mountain Flowers, EAHEC, Gila County Animal Control, First Things First, Globe/Miami Headstart, Eastern AZ Railway, WIC, CASA, Gila County Sheriff’s Office and all of our wonderful teachers who volunteered. We would also like to thank anyone else we may have missed.
Chairman, Copper Basin Coalition
Gila County Public Health Department