"Old Sherwood Town" is only nine blocks in size, yet it represents a very large chunk of what America was about during the turn of the 19th Century. The physical Trail winds through these nine blocks. It begins and ends at the Sherwood Heritage Center. (Also take a look at our 2006 Web Page!)
Hopkins Third Graders follow the model train at Morback House, while others from their school successfully complete the Smock Blocks test. Hundreds of such children follow the Sherwood Heritage Trail every year with June Reynolds leading the way. The famous Trail Guide Clyde List is often on hand to assist the famous playwright in retelling the story of Old Sherwood Town.Thanks to their efforts, nary a 3rd Grader in Sherwood can fail to name the founder of Sherwood. The name of the man who was once addressed as "The Dean of Oregon Mayors" by the League of Oregon Cities. Joseph Edward Morback is a household word in the 88J school system. There can be no mystery about who climbed to the top of the Sherwood water tower and had to cry out for help in getting back down.
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