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    SWWC. The only ones who gave me a chance and go out of their way to make me feel welcomed, appreciated and included. I cannot begin to express the words of how genuine and sweet Shannon Flowers is. She has stuck by me through delays, ups and downs, etc. I will forever appreciate her, the magazine and the hobby. Thanks so much SWWC

  • #2
    Well said Charlie!

    I have to agree that Shannon and Bob, and all the other staff I have had the pleasure of dealing with are second to none.
    Fox Chapel has a winning team. Makes me want to move to PA and apply for a job

    The publishing business is one fraught with deadlines and is one of the most stressful fields one can be in.
    They show no signs to theirs customers or contributors of that kind of stress.
    Many of the users here do have not had a chance to see behind the scenes, but I think the family atmosphere that we experience here must be a spill off of the Fox Chapel group.

    Kudos all around
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


    • #3
      Hear!! Hear!! Charlie!
      Welcome to the forum - will we see some of your designs soon?


      • #4
        Charlie, you can bet your bippie on that one. they have made this magazine what it is. and this forum. I as a little gale in fretting.. have been made to feel so welcome here. even with my misspelling. and falty grammer. but never shamed, only welcomed. I would not traid this group of folks for anything. not even a new excaliper. welllllll. No not even that. thanks Bob, and Shannon. there is no place like home. wellcome again Charlie. your in the right place. Ok now call me little sister. I just love family. your friend Evie


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