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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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Nov 22, 2015

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Days of Green and Gold
The grapes are hanging heavy on the vine, waiting for the late October harvest. The house is chilly when we wake up. The weatherman is using the "maybe" word a lot. "Maybe" some sprinkles of rain up there on Howell Mountain. "Maybe" a light snowfall in the high Sierra.
But the most glorious color of this change of seasons in Angwin is that brilliant merging of summer green and autumn gold, the best of both. The days of past and promise. Enjoy.
Green and gold vineyard

HMES does another Hallowe-en parade
The Howell Mountain Elementary School staged another of its Hallowe-en Parades a few days ago. All the mothers dressed their children in beautiful - or outrageous - costumes and some of them joined in the fun themselves, in beautiful or outrageous.
2015Father Castro and daughter Jade
Father Castro took one of the youngest, daughter Jade, in costume.
3 HMES girls
Three HMES girls came with very different costumes. Left to right: Aliyah Flamson, Summer Krell and Marilyn Ramirez.
HMES faculty & staff
School faculty and staff turned out to enjoy the parade, and some of them came in costume, too.
HMES Board President, Sharee Bramham & kids
School Board President Sharee Bramham with her three children: Coby, Aubrielle and Keaton.