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Brynn Counts Lee, Karen Urbanczyk Counts, and Marsha Urbanczyk Neel

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        Ernest O. Thompson

May Peterson Thompson

                                            

                                 Original Works of Nancy Riley

            The Frighten Inn Haunted House

                                I ain't 'fraid no ghost?????

Luggage Bench

Luggage Bench

Original to the Inn! How lucky is Our Grand Lady to have some of her original furnishings back! Each room had a luggage bench, wardrobe, sink, and a bed. (This is what we know so far.) There will be one guest room restored and furnished to original.

Vintage Tin Ceiling Tile

Vintage Tin Ceiling Tile

Donated by Davidson Leasing in Amarillo, this 12,000 sq. ft. of tin ceiling tile is a match to the tile original to the Inn. Now isn't Our Lady lucky!

I've always wondered...

I've always wondered...

Visitors were delighted for the opportunity to see inside our historic Inn. Some remembered the Inn from its glory days as "the meeting place of the Panhandle". Others were seeing the massive 20,000 sq. ft. structure for the first time. Still others...were seeing inside for the first time in the light as invited guests. (Instead of a trespasser in the dark.)

Open House.

Open House.

After being closed for over 30 years, the interest to see inside the Inn was peeked to say the least.

Come on in to the INN...

Come on in to the INN...

Open it and they will come! And the visitors did come. The Open House was scheduled on Saturday of Panhandle High School's Homecoming festivities. Close to 100 visitors took the opportunity to visit the Inn.

High School Wreaths

High School Wreaths

Mrs. Richardson's Home Ec. students made Christmas wreaths and baked goodies for our shop.

Christmas on the Town

Christmas on the Town

A nice view of merchandise made by high school students and long time resident,Betty Biggs for our Christmas Shop.

High School Creation

High School Creation

Betty's Pillows

Betty's Pillows

Long time Panhandle resident Betty Biggs hand crafted these beautiful pillows from men's ties.

 Vintage Tile Mosaics

Vintage Tile Mosaics

PHS Art teacher Nancy Riley crafted these handsome tile mosaics from the Inn's vintage linoleum. The barn wood frames were fashioned by long time resident and wood craftsman Dee Goodman.

 Betty's Creations

Betty's Creations

Another Creative Wreath

Another Creative Wreath

Prize Main Street Sign

Prize Main Street Sign

Hard at work..

Hard at work..

Vintage Street Signs

Vintage Street Signs

Get 'em while you can!

Get 'em while you can!

Cool Wall!

Cool Wall!

Grafix to go shows off their vintage Panhandle street signs,

Garden Display

Garden Display

Another great idea showcasing Panhandle's vintage street signs donated to and sold by the Panhandle Inn Foundation.

City Guys Having Some Fun

City Guys Having Some Fun

I don't know...do these guys have their own calendar??

Gotta Love Our Elementary Fans

Gotta Love Our Elementary Fans

Grammie's Boys love the INN!

Grammie's Boys love the INN!

Thanks Robinson Grain!

Thanks Robinson Grain!

Jamie Rocha's boys proudly display their creative coloring of the SAVE THE INN! signs in their dad's office window at Robinson Grain.

#1 Fans

#1 Fans

Who can resist the contagious energy and enthusiasm the children have as they rally to SAVE THE INN!

Adorable

Adorable

The number one reason to SAVE THE INN!, current and future generations.

My $1,000 Good Bye

My $1,000 Good Bye

My fabulous fellow "World Changers" sent me off to my new career path with a $1,000 donation to SAVE THE INN!

Ashley B. 5th grade 2012

Ashley B. 5th grade 2012

Panhandle 4th Grade 2012

Panhandle 4th Grade 2012

Ethan and Rex aka Scary and Scarier.  Ethan is the king of spooky sounds and is always willing to work to add to the guests' haunting experience. Rex has made his name as... "THE CLOWN!!!!!".

                       

    The Panhandle Inn LOVES Panhandle Elementary's Students

                                     Panhandle Christmas on the Town

                                 The Panhandle Inn's "Shop in the INN"

Thanks to the City of Panhandle!  They donated the replaced vintage street signs to the Panhandle Inn Foundation.

         Panhandle Inn Raising the Roof Pi Run 3.14.15

A BIG "Thank you!" to our Official Race Photographer, Ethan Eagle.  Great job, Ethan!!  What a super friend to the Inn you are!

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