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Executive Director AJ Hotchkiss of TellerNetCast, was at the event with a video crew and was interviewed for the segment, shown on this link: http://www.krdo.com/news/
Get ready for the
Moose Is Loose Fest!
Saturday, Feb 13th -
Monday, Feb 29th
During the Fest participants will receive give-aways, promotional items, sales, specials, unique offers, prize drawings and Moose themed merchandise.
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Special events marking the Anniversary will be held throughout the year. Among the first are the annual month-long Moose Is Loose kick-off on February 13th that starts at Tweeds that morning and continues at other businesses with special sales, drawings, and promotions. That evening a bonfire will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Woodland Station property south of Hwy 24 in the center of town.
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the year to celebrate Woodland Park's 125th Anniversary, click here
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Sunday's snowstorm didn't hamper attendance at the Cultural Center, with over 300 citizens attending the
125th birthday celebration of Woodland Park and the 40th anniversary of the forming of the Ute Pass Historical Society.
Larry Black was the hit of the program. A historian, Larry has collected many stories and background information about Woodland Park. A power point with historic photos and a lively discussion of the times was presented by Larry. Watch for his presentation and a video produced by TellerNetCast coming soon.
Congratulations Woodland Park and The Ute Pass Historical Society! And thanks to all of the volunteers, including The Main Street program, who worked so hard to make this celebration a wonderful success - good job! Check back on TellerNetCast.com for more events celebrating 125 years throughout 2016.
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