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Photo by Tamie Meck At the annual Old Timers Newcomers potluck dinner Saturday, Crawford natives Orville and Shirley Cotten share honors for having lived in the area the longest (68 of their 80 years) at the annual Oldtimers/Newcomers potluck with the town’s newest arrivals, Kellye Hogan, sons Hudson Hogan and Hunter Lyons (back left), and brother Kevin Hudson. The family officially moved to Crawford on March 7. Kellye’s husband, Michael Hogan, will arrive later this spring. Shirley was also recognized for living the longest amount of time in Crawford. She has lived 68 of her 80 years in Crawford, and is a 1954 graduate of Crawford School.
Photo by Tamie Meck Crawford mayor Susie Steckel accepts the award for Nonprofit of the Year on behalf of Friends of Crawford Town Hall, from Nicole Reasoner. The remodeling of Town Hall, formerly Crawford School, where the event was held, would not have been possible without the nonprofit, and especially Susan Hansen, who was not at the event, said Steckel.
Photo by Tamie Meck Crawford Chamber president Nicole Reasoner, left, and treasurer Misty Hess present Bonnie Hess, owner of the Hitching Post Hotel, Hardware and Feed Store, with the annual Business of the Year award.
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