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GOOD WORKS CONTINUE Catholic properties transformed in Boston (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on April 27, 2007


Tacoma News Tribune – WALTHAM, Mass. His church started in his living room, growing steadily as it moved wherever it found space, from public parks to a YMCA to a former woodworking shop. But by 2002, the New Covenant Christian Church of Cambridge was straining the

Ohio Festivals – August
Akron Beacon Journal – Crafts include woodworking, blacksmithing, Shaker reproductions, wood carving. Admission: $6.50 adults, children under 12 free. Call for information 330-482-0214 or visit http://www.shakerwoods.com . The Parade of the Hills, Nelsonville Public Square

‘Modern’ design ideas a nod to Edwardian era
Rocky Mountain News – We tend to use heavy woodworking in dens or in-home offices, but that is about the extent of it. Back in the early 1900s, heavy woodworking was only used occasionally and certainly not in every room. Smooth or lightly textured walls were simply

Arts in the Park
Grant County News – The show will feature around 45 artists, displaying things such as jewelry, portraits, mosaics, pencil drawings, woodworking, pottery, oil painting and watercolors, ceramics, quilting and handmade dolls, baskets, soaps and purses. The show is the

Novosibirsk Region
Kommersant – The region’s industrial sector comprises companies in the power industry, ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, engineering and metalworking, and the construction, fuel, chemical, medical, forest, woodworking, pulp and paper, light, and food industries

MUD tool library robbed
Missoulian – The Missoula Urban Demonstration Project is a nonprofit organization that fosters self-reliant and sustainable living practices, in part by operating a diverse tool library from which people can borrow construction, woodworking and gardening tools

Steven Teel
Muscatine Journal – He was a member of Burlington Model Airplane Club and enjoyed fishing, woodworking and visiting with friends. Survivors include a son, Christopher Teel of rural Burlington; a granddaughter, Breanna Teel; mother, Alice Teel of Burlington; two

See story
Eagle Herald – Craft items such as afghans, quilts, rag rugs, woodworking, and homemade soaps and candles will also be permitted for sale. Vendors who wish to sell non-homegrown items such as those listed above must pay a $15 stall rental fee, the same charged to

Republic of Mordovia
Kommersant – Mordovia’s extensive forests cover an area of 744 500 hectares and provide a raw material base for the woodworking industry. The Republic of Mordovia is interested in further development of international trade and economic cooperation along the

OBITUARY: Charles Bower
Moscow-Pullman Daily News – He had a woodworking shop, “Charlie’s Escape,” and enjoyed the time spent in it turning out pieces that won him awards in the senior division at the local fair and that family members were lucky enough to receive afterwards. Throughout his life he

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