Activities included tracing critters, PT Cruisers, Pickups, and Caterpillars.
|Larry Borg brought in his latest new tool - the RIDGID Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander sold mostly at Home Depot.|
|Tracing was on the agenda today with Kathie, Richard and Ben working on critter cutouts and wheeled vehicles.|
Wood (2x4's) that Julian Wigen planed was selected for the Hills Alive booth and loaded into Bob' s truck to start the building process for about 200 cars for the event on July 20, 1013 at Memorial Park.
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