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    Woodworker near Leominster MA needed

    I am wondering if there is anyone close to me who can help with a small project. I am making a small box for my grand-daughters First Communion and need 1/4 inch stock in order to make it. I do not have a jointer or planner so I am limited as to creating these peices from normal 3/4 inch wood.

    Any help would be appreceated.

    Thanks
    Dan
    Last edited by Dan Thibert; 04-28-2009 at 01:13 PM.
    Dan Thibert
    Leominster MA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Thibert View Post
    I am wondering if there is anyone close to me who can help with a small project. I am making a small box for my grand-daughters Fist Communion and need 1/4 inch stock in order to make it. I do not have a jointer or planner so I am limited as to creating these peices from normal 3/4 inch wood.

    Any help would be appreceated.

    Thanks
    Dan

    I live a little over an hour from you. I do have a jointer and planer - and would be MORE than happy to meet you and help you.

    If you like - send me a PM and we will work out the details - lunch is on me.

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    WooHoo another family meeting in the works Nice offer Leo

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    kudos leo!
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    Great Leo!! Hey, if I show up... do I get a free lunch too???
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royall Clark View Post
    Great Leo!! Hey, if I show up... do I get a free lunch too???
    Royall,

    If you show up I'll do lunch supper AND breakfast - and I'll offer up a place to crash for the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    Royall,

    If you show up I'll do lunch supper AND breakfast - and I'll offer up a place to crash for the night.
    Hey Leo, I'm not very far from you. West Wareham. I was down your way a couple of weeks ago to buy some hardwood but I guess I didn't get the memo about Heritage Lumber being closed.

    Keedy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Keedwell View Post
    Hey Leo, I'm not very far from you. West Wareham. I was down your way a couple of weeks ago to buy some hardwood but I guess I didn't get the memo about Heritage Lumber being closed.

    Keedy
    Keedy,

    I live 1.5 miles from Heritage on the same road.

    I do not buy wood from them, unless I am desperate and need one board or something like that.

    I go to Downes and Reader in Stoughton - 30 minutes drive each way.

    We should get together sometime.

    Leo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    Royall,

    If you show up I'll do lunch supper AND breakfast - and I'll offer up a place to crash for the night.
    Thanks Leo! I really can't see me doing the mainland thing anytime soon. Just too many people to deal with anymore
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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