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  • Quixote Village celebrates 10 years as a community

    Panza board member Jill Severn answers questions during a cottage tour as Quixote Village celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 7. Evolving from a transitory tent camp for homeless adults at its inception the village has grown into a community of 30 small cabins, community building and garden. Moving into its permanent location in 2013 it is overseen by the non-profit organization Panza.

Panza board member Jill Severn answers questions during a cottage tour as Quixote Village celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 7. Evolving from a transitory tent camp for homeless adults at its inception the village has grown into a community of 30 small cabins, community building and garden. Moving into its permanent location in 2013 it is overseen by the non-profit organization Panza. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Panza board member Jill Severn answers questions during a cottage tour as Quixote Village celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 7. Evolving from a transitory tent camp for homeless adults at its inception the village has grown into a community of 30 small cabins, community building and garden. Moving into its permanent location in 2013 it is overseen by the non-profit organization Panza. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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