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    Hello All, I'm new to this forum but not scrolling. I wanted to ask if any of you scrollers happen to live on the Big Island of in Hawaii. We are moving there next year and I would like to meet other scrollers and I am also looking for someone to help with the scroll saw cutting I do in our business. Please feel free drop me a line at our Email address: [email protected] Hope I wasn't out of line by posting this message.

    Larry

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