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Some of the volunteers on the City of Winters Park Rehabilitation Committee are, from left, adults only, (top left) Wade Cowan, Phoebe Girimonte, Moyra Barsotti and Denise Selleck; (top right) Candi Ochoa, Aaron Hickerson, Natasha Cardenas-Montgomery, Sonya Godinez, Crystal Apilado Cooper and Johnny Mahoney; and (bottom) Emarie VanGalio, David Godinez,
Jay Sheperd, Carla Knabke and Kathy Cowan.

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Ideas welcomed for
play structure design

Special to the Express
Thirty years ago, our town came together to build our beloved wooden play structure on Main Street. It has served as a place of fun, laughter and excitement for two generations — but the time has come to rebuild the play structure and the City of Winters Park Rehabilitation Committee needs everyone’s input.
The committee invites everyone in the community to come to Shirley Rominger intermediate School, 502 Niemann Street, on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 6-8 p.m. to participate in the Community Design Day. Design Day participants will enjoy: . . .


Lake Berryessa concession contracts making progress




The Winters cheerleading squad performs at half time of the Warriors home game against Colfax on Friday, Sept. 2.


Photo by Ken Stewart




Warriors fall to Colfax

Express sports

A strong second half performance wasn’t enough for the Winters High School varsity football team to overcome a 33-7 first half deficit against the visiting Colfax Falcons. Winters hosted Colfax on Friday, Sept. 2, in a non league game and ended up losing 39-28.
Colfax scored in their opening drive and seemed to dominate the first half of the game. Poor tackling from the Warriors played a big part in the Falcons success early on
but Winters made it a more respectable game in the second half. . . .