Photo by Talaina Fisher
The musical duet Nick & Simone performed during Holbrook’s Route 66 Festival last Saturday. Both performers are from Winslow and entertained the crowd with their impressive talent. For more photos from the weekend event, please turn to Page 5.
Miss Navajo County Teen Emily Eavenson (left) and Miss Route 66 Veronica J. Burrola pose near Holbrook’s Route 66 rock.
Mary Dorrell, Petrified Forest National Park’s latest artist in residence, gives Macy Gardner some tips on coloring as she sketches her portrait.
In addition to the classic cars gathered at Gillespie Park, the Portenier family opened up its rarely viewed private collection for public viewing on Saturday.
The talented musicians with Cowhouse?! out of Snowflake provided great music for the event.
The Desire to de Colores dancers entertained people at Gillespie Park as part of the day’s festivities.
Police Chief Mark Jackson keeps track of the time during the burn out competition held at Heward Park while a volunteer firefighter looks on.
There was plenty of fun for the kids on Saturday, including box car races featuring entries with unique designs.
The Winslow High Desert Dancers dazzled their audience at Holbrook’s Route 66 Festival.
Holbrook Police Chief Mark Jackson was a good sport over and over again as people, including Tildyn Larson (pictured), lined up at the dunk tank to try their luck at getting him in the water.