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‘Park After Dark’ Draws Crowds

About 230 people came out to the C&O Historic Great Falls Tavern on Saturday, Oct. 13 for a boot-stompin’ fun-filled evening of music, dancing, chili with all the fixins’, experiential auction items and re-enactments of the Civil War — and all for a good cause.

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Fancy Boots (for the boot-stompin’ boogie) sported by Linda Clinch.

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Jim Norton accepts the William O. Douglas award from Matt Logan.

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Barbara Brown and Linda Clinch

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Sarah and Mike Ulica use the towpath almost every day.

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The 19th Street Band rocked.

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Davey, Jesse and Jennifer Hearn live close to the canal and use it regularly. Davey ...

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Churchill High School student Kyle Solomon volunteered to help with the event.

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Canal Trust board member Mike Mitchell and his wife Sue.

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Re-enactor with the Park Rangers addresses the group. The Civil War re-enactors were volunteers from ...

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The fire-pit.

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Medical and surgical tools of the Civil War.

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Dancing in the dark.

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On display, items a re-enactor carries with him.

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