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  1. CHRISTMAS PARADE 2014…SPECTACULAR

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    December 14, 2014 by Steve Winkler

    The Spirit of Winslow is alive and well as it celebrated the annual parade.  With a less-than-440 population, it still exudes community and joy…plus some good cooks…the chilli was delicious.  These pictures say it all.                                                                                                                                                                                           Good Night and Merry Christmas

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  2. Caring and Giving Season: Open Door Health

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    December 9, 2014 by Steve Winkler

    OpenDoor Business

    - Observer Staff- “We are here to stay,” say the Advance Practice Nurses of Open Door Health and Community Services. Lela Shipman and Julie Thibodaux opened their doors to offer medical care to the citizens of south Washington County on April 15, 2013. Since that time the clinic has had about 1300 patient encounters, with over 400 patients.

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  3. Club Cleans Historic Cemetery

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    June 16, 2014 by Steve Winkler

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    -Special to the Observer from Beverly Simpson- winslow.museum@yahoo.com WINSLOW 4-H CLUB CLEANS ST. STEPHEN’S EPISCOPAL CEMETERY The Winslow 4-H Club spent a couple of hours on a Saturday morning in April cleaning the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cemetery in Winslow. The group raked leaves and cleaned up sticks and other debris from the historic site. Those present were Gauge and Caleb Jorgenson, Sagely, Sierra, and Sicily Burnett, Isaac and Sierra Stansell, Charlotte Donaldson, and Zana Raymo. Several adults also helped. All of this was done in partnership with the Winslow Museum.

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  4. Winslow Wants Ideas

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    April 26, 2014 by wcobserver

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  5. Winslow Run Funds Distributed

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    November 19, 2013 by wcobserver

    Winslow Half Marathon and 5k Run makes about $5,000 Benefiting Local Non Profits in Winslow  -By John Ford- WINSLOW – Numerous community organizations received an early Christmas gift this year, thanks to the revenue generated by the successful  third annualWinslow Half-Marathon and 5K Race. The Board of Directors of the Winslow Community Development Council met on November 12th to review their final report on revenue and expenses from the September event. The race cost roughly $8,000 to stage while realizing over $12,000  from registration fees and sponsorships, according to race Director Daniel Dean and WCDC Treasurer Mary Anderson, who presented the board with a final accounting of race expenditures and revenue.

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  6. Dragons and Crows Invade Winslow

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    October 23, 2013 by wcobserver

    Crescent Dragonwagon

    Special to the Observer from John Ford — Ozark Folkways will be host to two literary events in November with famed author Crescent Dragonwagon and local music legend Crow Johnson Evans. Billed as “An Evening With Crow and Crescent” and “Until Just Moistened, A One Woman Show with Crumbs”, both events take place at Ozark Folkways in Winslow during the second week of November.

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  7. Fiber Arts Fair 2013

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    October 21, 2013 by wcobserver

    Folkways pumpkins

    Ozark Folkways’ annual Fabric Fair was held October 12. As usual the fabric art was fabulous. First Place in Crochet: Clair Detels; First Place Weaving: Debra DuBois, Best of Show, Lace, Pessy Bowey. Judie Sizemore, Needle Point. [other winners will be listed in the comments, hopefully] Music was by East of Zion, a local group from out east of the Zion community and the Woosley Church Community Singers.(they’re from over around Woosley) Beautiful sounds filled the fall air. If you have more information for the community, feel free to use comment space at the end of the article. [The WCO is a little short on reporters.]  

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