Have you ever wondered how to preserve your old family photos and heirlooms for future generations? At the Way Back Windsor History Talk on November 19 at 1pm, discover how to care for and research your heirlooms. Explore how the museum preserves and tells the stories of important early artifacts in the museum collection, such as this photograph of an 1890s group of Windsor men camping in the mountains to hunt and fish. New research has brought its story to life!
The Preserving Your Past talk is free and is for adults 18+. Advance registration is required. For more information or to register, call 970-674-3500 or visit https://bit.ly/35E2oEk.
Photo caption: Hunting and fishing party, c. 1893. Town of Windsor Museums Collection.
The Regular WSFR Board of Director’s Meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, D…
The Regular WSFR Board of Director’s Meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, December 10. The meeting will be held in a virtual webinar format.https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82795360651?pwd=MnFFWnhQZFF6RkN6ZzNmay9keGw5QT09
To see the agenda, go to http://www.wsfr.us/wp-content/uploads/WSFR-Regular-Board-Meeting-Agenda-12-10-20.pdf
Servant leaders have a keen awareness for the needs of others and exude a positi…
Servant leaders have a keen awareness for the needs of others and exude a positive energy that translates into everything they say and do. These are the people we want to gravitate toward. These are the people we call friends, even if we don’t know each other by name. These are the people who make our world a more just and caring place simply by being a part of it. They have a kind smile and bright heart and they always have something to teach us.
On November 20, the Town of Windsor lost a dear friend. Ivan Lee Adams was someone who loved Windsor’s residents without boundary—he was a true servant leader.
A former educator and Town Board member, Ivan worked hard to ensure that Windsor leaders stayed on the path of managed, sustainable growth and good stewardship of town resources. Ivan was a familiar face—he attended every town event and if there was a football game at the high school, he was usually there to cheer for our local students. In 2018, he was honored by the Windsor Harvest Fest committee as parade Grand Marshall.
Ivan loved Windsor. He loved our residents and he cared deeply for our children.
This week we say goodbye to a dear friend and leader. We celebrate Ivan’s life, a life well-lived.
Thank you, Ivan, for your service to our community. It was really nice knowing you. 💔
The Town of Windsor welcomes the Owlz to NoCo. Congratulations! We might be bias…
The Town of Windsor welcomes the Owlz to NoCo. Congratulations! We might be biased but we think you’ll love it here. ⚾️
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