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    Hello everybody the world expo is coming to Springfield Mo. I am nere by and am happy to see it coming. I want to get in there club and join in sum of the contest I am going to join nexed week but I wood like to no about it some have any of you Ben to one of these what kind of project does it take to do well. Can it be of sumbody else pattern or do I have to make my own I have Ben wanting to start a big project just am not sure on what I can do thank you

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