In the May 2 DCI article, "27,000 chickens arrive on Powell Mesa," the number of chickens and the delivery date was wrong. Western Slope Layers' receipt states that 15,000 chickens arrived on Thursday, April 26, not May 26.
Every detail is meticulous in this Victorian Dollhouse created by Sue Newcomb of Powell Mesa. She has donated the dollhouse to the Hotchkiss-Crawford Historical Museum. She will be giving a presentation at the museum this Saturday, May 5 at 1:30 p.m. Below, is the kitchen which includes a cat near his dish. The dollhouse has 11 rooms, each valued at a minimum of $1,000.
The presentation this Saturday at the Hotchkiss-Crawford Historical Museum is indeed a special one. Sue Newcomb will share about her personal passion for creating the Victorian dollhouse which she just donated to the museum.