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Re: small cut-offs you are throwing away!

Robert Deatherage
>About 5 years ago I met a woman (neighbor) who stopped by my shop to talk to me and she told me she worked with a community center that provided classes for "challanged" youngsters that involved the use of wood scraps used to build "art works" . I make the 2 mile drive every couple of months or so to take a couple of grocery sacks or an apple box of scrap for their use. Some times I take 5 minutes to cut some of the scrap to smaller size as anything from 1/4" to 4 or 5" sizes stuff are easy for the kids to handle. Doesn't matter much what it is as they will find inventive ways to use it. That is the point!

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