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Frank Byers replied to John Morris's topic in The Veterans Corner and Causes ForumWe are happy to assist and be a part of helping to make their Christmas a better one. Thanks for including Woodcraft in this event.
Frank Byers replied to John Morris's topic in Wood TurningVery Cool!! Nice job Lew, and great job with everyone involved making the contest happen for the Injured Vets. Merry Christmas to All...Frank auf Wiedersehen, Frank
Thanks for the link mention! I'll have a follow up story I think from a disabled guy who responded to this blog. Question: How do you control spam, allowing folks to posts blogs on your site. We've had a heck of a time with our member area, and removed it because of this reason. Our new site will have a forum page like lumberjocks. Best regards, Frank
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