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    As some of you know, I do all my scroll saw work as a fund raiser for the Arizona Lions Clubs Handicapped camp. As a matter of fact, this past weekend I was able to go their and give them a few thousand dollars of equipment they had needed.
    A friend yesterday dropped off these two solid oak wood doors to me ( boy, are they heavy) to do as I wish.
    I removed the center panels from one door so far. The panels are 1" thick in the center. The styles and rails of the doors are 1 5/8" thick.

    I need some ideas on what to do with them.
    One thought I had was to rip some of the rails to 3/4" X 1/2" strips for key ring names. (Should be a lifetime supply.)

    What ideas do you have?


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