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#1 posted 12-21-2009 08:35 PM

Kent, That was a great letter to the editor. I’m afraid this is happening all over. North Carolina (Furniture Capital of the World) has done the same and when I first moved to South Carolna a few years ago, I realized they have taken Industrial Arts out of our schools here too. A couple year ago I wanted to find a young person that might have the same passion that I had when I took woodworking in school and work with him/her to help them learn the love of woodworking in business. No luck! No woodshops in school. I even went to the local private school of Arts and Science only to find out they had classes on about everything but woodworking….......So I guess my passion for woodworking is becoming a lost Art.

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