Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Tue, Aug. 04

Eagle Pavilion breaks ground

Todd Roth/NHO<br>
Standing On The Corner Board of Directors smile after breaking ground on Eagle Pavilion  July 6. Pictured from left are Yvonne Howeth; Leslie Ramsey, Treasurer; George Cullum, President; Deb Cullum; Greg Hackler, second Vice President; Vince Lugo, Vice President; Pauline Hernendez; Bert Peterson; Stephanie Lugo, Secretary; and, Tom McCauley. Not present are Loren Sadler and Shirley King.

Todd Roth/NHO<br> Standing On The Corner Board of Directors smile after breaking ground on Eagle Pavilion July 6. Pictured from left are Yvonne Howeth; Leslie Ramsey, Treasurer; George Cullum, President; Deb Cullum; Greg Hackler, second Vice President; Vince Lugo, Vice President; Pauline Hernendez; Bert Peterson; Stephanie Lugo, Secretary; and, Tom McCauley. Not present are Loren Sadler and Shirley King.

On July 6, the official groundbreaking of the Eagle Pavilion took place. The shoveling was done on-site behind the Winslow Chamber of Commerce at 523 W. Second St. in Winslow.

After the heavy lifting, the groundbreaking moved inside the Hubbell Building for cake and "thank-yous" to all the participants responsible for the success of the project. Standing On The Corner Foundation is responsible for this project as well as many others, restoring downtown Winslow to a vibrant destination for visitors and residents.

This is the first phase of a multi phase project includes, moving the stage, installing underground electrical and water lines. Spectator areas will be created with bleachers, raised grassy areas and a concrete dance floor. Later phases include more walkways for vendor areas, permanent fencing for security and structures consistent with the adjacent Historic Hubbell Building.

To contribute or for more information, contact George Cullum at (928) 699-2207.

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