(Note: This web site does not represent the WCAA. This information is only presented as a courtesy.)
An Arizona Non-Profit Corporation
Their web site is located at: http://www.walkercaa.org
The Walker Community Action Alliance (WCAA) is a charitable community organization that is run by the members. Every meeting is a membership meeting. The function of the WCAA is to raise funds and provide services other than those of a fire department for the benefit of the Walker community. The WCAA has the opportunity to do things for the community that the fire department cannot do or should not do. The WCAA is more interested in preventing fires than fighting fires so it developed the Community Firewise Plan.
The character of affairs of the corporation will be:
To raise funds for the rural forested community of Walker, located in Yavapai County Arizona.
To focus on creating awareness and providing education and services to citizens, including but not limited to: fire protection and emergency medical services, disaster and environmental related issues, disaster preparedness, crime prevention, establish a recognized “Firewise Communities/USA Recognition Area”, emergency evacuation, search and rescue, public health and recreation.
To educate the community on the history of the Walker area and to recognize and protect the historical sites located within the community and surrounding area.
Funds raised will be the result of voluntary donations, fund raising events, public/private grants.
10 AM Saturday May 12, Walker Firehouse
Come and learn about Prescribed Burns and current wildfire fuel mitigation projects scheduled and in progress near Walker.
USFS Fire personnel preparedness, fire restrictions and regulations.
The latest on the Timber Fire and others.
All About evacuation.
Get your questions answered regarding Homeowner’s Insurance.
Learn about the American […]
2017 Wow what a year!
It started off mild enough, but then at the end of February came the big wind that resulted in several days of power outages and hundreds of damaged and downed trees.
Then on June 24 came the […]
MARCH 17, 2018
5037 S. Blue Jay Road
MEETING START 4:15
The first WCAA meeting of 2018 is a week away. It will be a fun time reviewing what events the WCAA has planned for 2018. Sure, some business items will be discussed also.
WCAA sent out an email:
IT IS “BIZARRE BAZAAR” TIME!
(If you’ve ever attended you understand why)
HERE ARE THE DETAILS:
WHEN: November 11, 2017
WHERE: Belinda & Kurt Hoernig Residence
5100 E. Big Bug Mesa Rd (First house on the left))
TIME: 4 – 8PM
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT:
Donate those unwanted, unloved old gifts you’ve […]
Here’s what the WCAA emailed out:
REMINDER: OCTOBER 4TH IS THE DEADLINE TO RSVP!
2017 Chili Fest and Pot Luck Oct. 14th Walker Fire House 5pm -?
Come and enjoy an evening of homemade chili, salads, delicious deserts, and door prizes.
Bring your favorite Fruit Salad, Cole Slaw, Tossed Salad, […]
We got an email from WCAA:
SPOOK-TACULAR EVENT – CHILI FEST POT LUCK
Presented for your enjoyment by the Walker Community Action Alliance
WALKER FIRE STATION
It’s time for some fall festivities! What better way to take off the fall weather chill than with a bowl of […]
Annual Membership Meeting will be held at the Highlands Center this Saturday at 4:00pm.
See attached image for details.
Len Wood will be available during Sundae Saturday to discuss concerns about animal feeding, OHV (ATV/UTV) safety and regulations and anything else that falls under the auspices or the Game and Fish department. He’ll even have some trinkets for the kids.
This Saturday is the last “Sundae Saturday” in Walker. […]
The 2018 WCAA Community Calendar is available now for $13.
Contact Mona Feige at firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s filled with historical photos of Walker and the Walker Fire Department.
The back of it says:
Thank you for purchasing this calendar sponsored by Walker Community Action Alliance.
In addition, thanks to Peggy […]