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Winter Park,

residential and resort city (1990 pop. 22,242), Orange co., central Fla., just N of Orlando in a citrus area; settled in the 1850s, inc. 1887. It is the seat of Rollins College. Within the city are 12 lakes, some of which are connected by navigable canals. The city is known for its large oak trees and parks, and the Temple orange was developed there.
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Now, at least for Winter Park, there's a railroad less traveled.
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His ashes will be taken to the United States where they will be scattered at the Winter Park ski resort in Colorado.
Kurt Riecken, of Maitland, Florida, is in the ninth grade at Winter Park Ninth Grade Center.
* WINTER PARK, COLORADO Ski in the sun Get your last snow fix where sunny skies and lower prices contribute to a laid-back, beachilke ambience.
At the time of his appointment, he had served for fourteen years as managing director for Snow Mountain Ranch, one of two centers owned and operated by YMCA of the Rockies near Winter Park, Colorado.
In its 32nd year of offering adaptive winter sports, the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD), Winter Park, CO, will add lessons for the family members of participants with disabilities for the 2001-2002 ski season.
Winter Park, Colorado, is a great - though under-rated - ski resort close to Denver.
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