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Winchester's Week in Social Media

Every Saturday we'll look at the week that was on Winchester Patch's Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Winchester's Week in Social Media

Here at Winchester Patch , we take social media pretty seriously.

The platform is one way we look to interact with you, answer your questions and get to see what's on your mind. Social Media Saturday is a weekly feature where we highlight your questions and thoughts you've shared on  Facebook and other media throughout the past week.

We'll also point you to some new and interesting pages you may not have known about before. 

Highlights of the Week

  • WE DID IT! At this time last week we had 232 Facebook fans. Now, we're up to 251. We reached our goal of 250. But let's not stop there. Let's see if we can double that number and get to 500.
  • Last week's at the received a number of Facebook "likes," as did our that included pictures of the suspect.
  • Did you know we post the in and around Winchester? Well, quite a few of our Facebook fans enjoy this new feature. And don't forget, if you have a yard sale coming up be sure to let us know.
  • Our story about how is considered in the state was "liked" by a few fans. And over on Twitter, @iCruz2 said, "I can believe that. Are they hiring?"
  • Did you know we have a Twitter account? We're on there as well, so make sure to follow us.

Social Media Page of the Week

The Ginn Playground Restoration Project together with the Stone Family hostedon Sunday, June 12 to of Charlotte Mortimer, Finn Mortimer, Laura Stone-Mortimer, and Ragna Ellen Stone. Funds raised from will be used to build a memorial at Ginn Playground in of the Stone-Mortimer family.

The Ginn Playground Restoration Project is a collaborative effort started in Fall 2009 by Winchester residents to rebuild Ginn Playground. In honor of their accomplishment, be sure to head over to their Facecbook Page and become a fan.

Your Town on Facebook

For more Facebook pages Winchester residents might find interesting, check out our list of "liked" pages on Winchester Patch's Facebook page. And don’t forget to follow Winchester Patch on Facebook.

You also can follow us on  Twitter at twitter.com/WinchesterPatch.

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