Feast on tacos and root beer to help bring supplies to Navajo Nation

Contributed Photo: Come get some tacos on Saturday and help those in need by treating yourself to a delicious lunch.

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SAFFORD – Join the Gila Valley Rotary for some of its famous root beer to wash down some delectable Navajo Tacos on Saturday, June 20, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on 8th Street across from the Walmart.

Proceeds from the sale will go toward purchasing supplies for those living in isolated areas of the Navajo Nation, which has been hit especially hard by COVID-19.

Contributed Photo: The Gila Valley Rotary’s famous root beer will be available to wash down the tacos.

Janine Yellowhair Brown, her family, and Stacey Scarce will make their second trip to the Navajo Nation to bring protective supplies and food to those living in isolated areas near White Cone at the end of June.

Monetary donations are welcome, as well as donated supplies. Some supplies that can be used are 99% alcohol from Safford Ace Hardware (which is combined with aloe vera to make sanitizer), anitibacterial hand wipes, hand sanitizer, Clorox, Clorox spray, Clorox wipes, face masks, gloves, cold medicines, and laundry detergent.

For more information, contact Brown at (928) 965-6266 or Scarce at (337) 326-0709.

So, come on down to 8th Street across from Walmart on Saturday, June 20, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. to treat yourself to some tacos and root beer and know that as you enjoy the great lunch you are helping others in need as well.

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