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Wed, Feb. 26

Valle Vista Supports Route 66

Courtesy -- Pictured left to right are: Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Executive Vice President Tom Spear; Vicki Hoag representing Concerned Citizens of Valle Vista; Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Founder and President Emeritus Angel Delgadillo; and Glenn Hoag, also representing the CCVV.

Courtesy -- Pictured left to right are: Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Executive Vice President Tom Spear; Vicki Hoag representing Concerned Citizens of Valle Vista; Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Founder and President Emeritus Angel Delgadillo; and Glenn Hoag, also representing the CCVV.

For nearly 85 years, Arizona's Historic Route 66 has been more than a road. It represents family road trips, neon, classic cars, cowboys, diners, and ever-changing wonders from towering red cliffs, open spaces with endless blue skies, and distant mesas that look like painted pictures. Understanding the importance of Route 66 to Northern Arizona's economy, the Concerned Citizens of Valle Vista and the Surrounding Area recently made a generous donation to the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona in the amount of $1,089.73 to be used to promote Route 66 to tourists. The Association has earmarked the funds to create a Route 66 informational stop between mile markers 68 and 73 outside of Kingman near Valle Vista. The goal is to create something fun and informational for visitors as they travel along the longest remaining stretch of Route 66 in the United States.

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