NEWS 2006

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December 2006


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Good Bye 2006!

November 2006


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View of the park from the new Lift!


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View of the park from a plane!

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October 2006
WORK WEEK !!!


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The Whole Work Week Gang!


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Clay Tyson and Dave Schwinn working on the Dempster #11 during our 5th Annual Windmill Work Week.


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John Seybold and Terry Jantzen on Tuesday. Clay Tyson coming on Wednesday to hang the RR Eclipse ... again.


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The twins, Ruth and Ruby, touching up the Eclipse.

September 2006


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This lift has been purchased with funds donated to the Windmill Museumin commemoration of Yankee Trendle, one of our Board members who lost his life in a very unforeseen accident while working in his bucket truck in Shattuck.


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August 2006


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The Masonic Joppa Lodge #262 presents a check to members of the Board of Shattuck Windmill Museum.  The proceeds came from a fundraising breakfast in July 2006.  Pictured are Joe Thomas and Carlos Williams handing a check to Dan Ballew and Edgar Longhofer for the Museum.

August 2006


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Here's Kevin at Windmill Work Week 2005.  Wonder if he'll choose to be here Oct. 2-6, 2006 or home in California for his 25th Wedding Anniversary???  (we have a new manlift, Kevin...)

January 2006


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Replica of the 1901 George Schultz General Merchandise sign going up in Windmill Park.



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