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About Angwin...
Angwin is a community of about 3000 residents on Howell Mountain. We are in a coastal range of northern California, about 70 mi. north of San Francisco.
The Village ranges from 1600 to 2200 ft. elevation, overlooking the scenic Napa Valley. It is surrounded by vineyards and forests.
Many Angwin residents work for Pacific Union College, a liberal arts college with a national reputation, or the nearby St. Helena Hospital.

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396 Eastern
130 Brookside
380 Newton
61 White Cottage N.
555 Liparita
449 White Cottage N.
245 Sky Oaks Dr.
320 White Cottage N.
108 Brookside
420 Eastern
460 College Ave.
341 White Cottage N.
120 Winding Way
206 Sky Oaks
260 White Cottage N.
364 College Ave.

364 Sky Oaks R.
225 Clark Way
235 Clark Way
230 Clark Way
1325 Summit Lake
265 Brookside
11-13 Lukens Pl.
300 Cold Springs
280 Clark Way
1225 Summit Lake
1760 Howell Mnt Rd.
875 White Cottage N.
1180 Summit Lake
115 Cold Springs

1195 Crestmont Dr.
1250 Summit Lake
544 Liparita
1330 Crestmont
1230 Crestmont
1260 Summit Lake
340 West Lane
750 Bell Canyon

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Recent Articles heading
Sept 25, 2015

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Howell Mountain School Gives the Library Name
to Dunn Family
The little Howell Mountain Elementary School, with about 100 students this year, enjoys what may be the largest elementary school library in the county. The spacious facility holds nearly 10,000 volumes.
This week, the school gave public recognition to the Randy and Lori Dunn family for building the library to its present role in the education of Angwin youngsters. Randy gave leadership to creation of the annual "Taste of Howell Mountain" wine auction years ago, the proceeds of which have expanded the budget of the Angwin school.
The most recent donation by the Dunn family was $44,000 from this year's auction of two barrels of Dunn Vineyards wine.
In recognizing the generosity of the Dunn family, the school's District Supervisor, Dr. Cheryl Lynn de Werff, said, "The Dunn family's engagement in this school spans decades. They have been exceptionally generous in expanding the educational horizons of hundreds of Angwin children."
Dunn Family
In recognizing the generosity of the Dunn family, the school's District Supervisor, Dr. Cheryl Lynn de Werff, said, "The Dunn family's engagement in this school spans decades. They have been exceptionally generous in expanding the educational horizons of hundreds of Angwin children."

Holst and Stauffer honored by friends
Two long-time Angwinites become centenarians
Alice Holst became 100 years old on July 22 and Paul Stauffer caught up on September 9. A host of friends gathered recently in Angwin for a joint celebration of their centenarian birthday.
Both have experienced long lives of professional accomplishment and service. Both were on the faculty of Pacific Union College for years. Both are remembered for their financial support of the college, which led to permanent recognition in the naming of the Alice Holst Theatre and Stauffer Hall respectively.
Holst earned her Ph.D. at Columbia University. Her research covered the comparative shorthand systems.
Stauffer earned his doctorate at Harvard. His research explored an exceptional dramatic monologue by Robert Browning. Both broadened their perceptions throughout their teaching years, passing on their continuously growing knowledge to literally hundreds of students.
An unusual coincidence in the lives of these two educators was that both had been enrolled in the freshmen class at Washington Missionary College in Takoma Park, Maryland, in 1931. That was 84 years ago.
For the history buffs, here are some events of 1915, the year these two were born:
- An American flyer took his plane to a record 11,690 feet.
- Someone made the first coast-to-coast telephone call.
- World War I engaged much of Europe.
- Babe Ruth hit his first home run.
- Someone created the Raggedy Ann doll.
Alice Holst turns 100
Alice Holst shares a scrapbook with a friend
at the joint birthday celebration in Angwin.
Paul Stauffer turns 100
Dr. Paul Stauffer receives congratulations from Kerry Baldwin, manager of Silverado Orchards, where Stauffer now resides.