Two Steps Back
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Two Steps Back

After 30 years of service at Glen Echo Park, National Park Ranger Stan Fowler has been reassigned to Mount Vernon Trail in Virginia. During his time of service, Fowler worked to create a strong community dance program at Glen Echo. Although he will not argue with the national park's decision, he says he will miss spending his Fridays nights Contra Dancing in the Spanish Ballroom. Megan Rossman/washingtonpost.com

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