Readers Say Thanks |

Readers Say Thanks

Another successful Ghost Walk has come and gone, and the Frontier Historical Society has many wonderful people to thank for their time and talents. Bringing Glenwood’s pioneers to life were Sean Jeung, David Fulton, Paul Hamilton, Jim Frale, Merrilee Hindman, Bob Boyle, Bill Kight, Amber Kight, Bob Willey, John Hines, Brian Thornton, John Comerford, Michael Miller and Lindsey Mills. Others providing ghostly atmosphere were Richard Ottero, Emily Cochran and Brendan Cochran. Tour guides who provided an invaluable asset were Jackie Skramstad, Sharon Graves, David Fulton, Jim Hawkins, Glenn Vawter, Hope and Meg Waibel, Jim and Cindy Frale, Mark Howard, Tim Kinion, Jose Ortiz, Randy Henrie and Peter Tijm, along with all of those appointed to “bring up the rear.” Thank you for keeping everyone safe.The trailhead crews kept everything coordinated and warmed everyone with hot cider and cookies. Thanks to Ann Gremel, Julie Skramstad, Charlotte Cunningham, Willa Soncarty, Stephanie Jensen, Scott Werking, Karen Harris, Michelle Willey, Alex Frias, Connie Lewis, Patty Holt, Patsy Stark, Sharill Hawkins, Lee and Shauni Bowles, Cindy Svatos and Caroline Metzler.Special thanks to Connie Lewis for yet another wonderful poster, and to Sharon Graves and her staff at Through the Looking Glass for ticket sales. Thanks to Al Laurette, the city’s parks and cemeteries superintendent, and to the Post Independent for great coverage. Thank you to everyone who baked tasty homemade cookies.Lastly, thanks to everyone who purchased tickets and supported this annual fundraiser for the Frontier Historical Society.Cindy Hines, executive directorFrontier Historical Society Museum

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