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Paper crafting scheduled for old community Building
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Jo Lacina-Dull, former Gays Mills resident and proprietor of Apple Valley Stamps and Crafts, plans to return for a "Paper-crafting Play Day" and reunion on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the old Community Building at 212 Main Street.

Though Jo is bringing some of supplies (Cuttlebug Machine, embossing folders and dies) and samples with a limited supply of plain papers for purchase, it is hoped that experienced card-makers and scrapbookers would come with a finished example or two and supplies for others to learn and use. Everyone should have thier items clearly marked.

Each participant is to bring their own labeled pencil, ruler, scissors, tape-runner or glue stick.  Optional items can include stamps, ink, ribbon, stickers, paper, and other accessories.  A special section for beginners is planned, if needed.

Set-up time is 9:30 a.m. with the activities to begin at l0 a.m. continuing into mid-afternoon.  Please bring your own sack lunch and a donation toward the use of the building. 

To help with the planning, please call Darlene Williams at 735-4387 or Kathy Olson at 624-5636 with name, contact info and intent as a beginner or as a demonstrator.

All are welcome. Come when you can, leave when you must!