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"The mid-winter vocal festival, when I can. It's an opportunity to sing great music and work with great people."
What's your favorite thing to do in winter? Why? 011514 SPEAKINGOUT 1 Capital City Weekly "The mid-winter vocal festival, when I can. It's an opportunity to sing great music and work with great people."

"The mid-winter vocal festival, when I can. It's an opportunity to sing great music and work with great people." - Leslie Wood, independent living advocate at SAIL


"Making snowmen. When it rains they get washed away, and when it snows I can build another one." - Carrie McVey, charter school student


"Snowshoe. It gets me out on the trails and up in the mountains ... some places I couldn't get to in the summer. And I do it with my friends." - Denise Carroll, retired teacher


"All winter outdoor activities. We do them all. The main reason is fitness, but even before that, it's being with such great friends." - Sandy Williams, retired educator, lifelong learner

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Story last updated at 1/15/2014 - 2:43 pm

What's your favorite thing to do in winter? Why?

"The mid-winter vocal festival, when I can. It's an opportunity to sing great music and work with great people."

- Leslie Wood, independent living advocate at SAIL

"Making snowmen. When it rains they get washed away, and when it snows I can build another one."

- Carrie McVey, charter school student

"Snowshoe. It gets me out on the trails and up in the mountains... some places I couldn't get to in the summer. And I do it with my friends."

- Denise Carroll, retired teacher

"All winter outdoor activities. We do them all. The main reason is fitness, but even before that, it's being with such great friends."

- Sandy Williams, retired educator, lifelong learner


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