History comes alive in Collingsworth County

Photo by Darrell Colson Sons of Confederate Veterans Charles Goodnight, Frontier Reg. Camp 2280 member Jody Coleman and others cover their ears for the cannon blast during the September 2008 living history event at Ellison Park in Wellington. Area schools are encouraged to contact Coleman for reservations to visit the life-like displays from the past on Friday, Oct. 8.

Photo by Darrell Colson
Sons of Confederate Veterans Charles Goodnight, Frontier Reg. Camp 2280 member Jody Coleman and others cover their ears for the cannon blast during the September 2008 living history event at Ellison Park in Wellington. Area schools are encouraged to contact Coleman for reservations to visit the life-like displays from the past on Friday, Oct. 8.

Photo by TTL Sports Media Lonnie Colson, WHS Class of 1990, sports his Milanese export Italian armor in an English style circa 1450 for a recent event. Colson will be part of the Collingsworth County living history exhibit in October 2021.

Photo by TTL Sports Media
Lonnie Colson, WHS Class of 1990, sports his Milanese export Italian armor in an English style circa 1450 for a recent event. Colson will be part of the Collingsworth County living history exhibit in October 2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WELLINGTON – Witness history come alive as the Sons of Confederate Veterans Charles Goodnight, Frontier Reg. Camp 2280 orchestrates a living history weekend Oct. 8 and 9 at Powell Park.

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