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    Need a Bay Area Wood Professional to help with a job for a non-profit client. Can we find one available on this message board?

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    Cynthia:

    I am just curious about your term "professional'.

    I think (but I could be wrong) our member Kuo Yee is from your area. Look up her work in the members galleries. (On the left of you screen, look for Scroller Galleries and click on the link. On the next page look for Member Galleries and click again. Then click on the letter K on the alphabet list. Click on Kuo Yee's name.)

    If you are using the term 'professional' to express a high level of scroll saw expertise, just take a look at her chess set.

    I don't think scroll sawing is how she earns a living, but she is recommended.

    'Nuff' said, judge for yourself about her work.

    Phil

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