Issue 58: April / May 2014
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Seat up to eight diners at this Octagonal Picnic Table project. Simple cuts and joinery make for easy construction. Check out the matching Lazy Susan too.Display a favorite photo in style with an...
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Helping to feed the hungry is a nationwide effort provided by many community programs and food pantries across the U.S. One such program is the Empty Bowls Charity which began as a project by Michigan school teacher John Harton in 1990. Harton’s students crafted ceramic bowls in their high school art classes and the finished works were used as individual serving pieces for a fundraising meal of soup and bread, where the guests kept the empty bowls.