Spin-sational success

Rich Taedter of Rawlins was the winner of the random drawing for a Lego® wind turbine toy, the door prize at PCW’s community open house on March 18 in Rawlins. Rich and his son, Brendan Taedter, enjoyed assembling the pieces and parts over the Easter weekend into a wind turbine, a transport truck, and a safety vehicle. “It’s a terrific turbine, with movement and great detail,” Rich said. “It was fun for us to work on it together.”

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Lego Turbine

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