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storeWALL, LLC Announces New Line of Heavy Duty Accessories  (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on March 29, 2007


storeWALL, LLC announced today that their new Heavy Duty Accessory line is in stock and available for immediate distribution and sale. (PRWeb Mar 26, 2007) Post Comment:Trackback URL: http://www.prweb.com/chachingpr.php/WmV0YS1aZXRhLUluc2UtRmFsdS1NYWduLVplcm8=

“Scents-ible” gifts available at new business 
PART 2 Besides her new downtown business “Ma’s Magic,” which gives people a place to play role playing games like Magic: the Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, miniatures, and even Pirates, McConnell has other irons in the fire, as well.

Senior Calendar 
Aurora Friendly Center: meets 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Prisco Community Center, 150 W. Illinois Ave. The Club plans a variety of activities each month, including bingo, holiday parties and luncheons. Adults age 55 and up are welcome to attend. $1 fee. (630) 859-8606.

Make Your Retirement Real 
It’s more than a concept. It’s the best time of your life.

Gray – New Gloucester 
NEW GLOUCESTER – The Block House Preschool will host a public silent auction on March 30 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at Spring Meadows Banquet Center in Gray, to benefit the preschool’s scholarship fund. This evening is generously sponsored by CMMC, Davis Fine Woodworking and Lenders Network.

A nest box to fill bluebird with happiness 
Q I’m thinking about building some nest boxes and I know that different birds require different sized holes. What is the preferred hole size for wren, bluebird and martin houses? Is there anything else I should know about building a martin house? A The recommended diameter for entrance holes in bird houses are: 1 1/8 inches for a house wren, an oval measuring 1 3/8 inches wide by 2 1/4 for an …

She doesn’t stop 
LEWISTON – Like the other students, Antoinette Gagne was working on her quilt Thursday night in her adult education class at Lewiston High. One fact set her apart.

Woman knows the secret of home empowerment 
A petite 5 feet 1, with long, perfectly polished nails, Cris Willig doesn’t look like someone who spends her free time doing roofing, woodworking and wallboarding. But Willig, a hands-on home-improvement whiz who’s now studying interior design, has tackled all that and more. She’s also installed a wood ceiling (“It’s like Legos,” she said), taught herself how to do upholstery and next hopes to …

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