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Real Estate Reality, Picnic, Furniture

Submitted by Newsroom on July 7, 2011 – 1:40 pmNo Comment

On Chit Chat, Thursday, July 7, 2011, with Host Leslie Stratmoen – We launched the new segment ‘Real Estate Reality’ with Olivia Prince of Wind River Realty in Riverton, heard about an upcoming picnic gathering of the Fremont County Democrats and learned how Adirondack furniture is made by crafter Tim Ellis.

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Olivia Prince – is the owner of Wind River Realty in Riverton. She’s been in the business for about 12-13 years and said financing guidelines nowadays are stricter than they were when she started.

Today, she talked about beatifying your home and looking at it from a buyer’s eye, so you can enjoy your house while you live there, but have it ready to sell if the need arises.

Sherry Shelley

Sherry Shelley — said the public is welcome to the Fremont County Democrats “old-fashioned” picnic this Sunday afternoon, July 10, in the Hudson Town Park.

Just bring along a lawn chair to sit on, she said, and a covered dish to share because the drinks and hamburgers made from organic Arapaho Ranch beef will be provided.

Serving starts at 4 in the park, she described as behind the El Toro restaurant. Live music will be provided by the Old Red Truck blue grass trio.

Tim Ellis

Tim Ellis — told listeners he makes his Adirondack furniture out of 100 percent cedar with more comfortable curved seats, than the original design that dates back to the early 1900s. He makes everything, he said, from chairs, tables, picnic benches and love seats, that even come in small sizes made “just for kids.”

He’ll be showing and selling his work at the upcoming art in the park event Saturday, which will be held from 8-3 at City Park in Riverton. He said people like his furniture because it’s “American made and lasts a long time.”

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