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Late Judge Robert Harris’ desk to go in new Hazel Dell recovery cafe

Donated desk ‘symbol of hope and help’

By Jeff Klein, Columbian sports staff
Published: January 19, 2021, 6:04am
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James Kasper sits at the desk once used by Judge Robert L. Harris in the Clark County Courthouse. The desk is being donated to Kasper by retired pastor Michael White for Kasper to use at a soon-to-open recovery cafe in Hazel Dell that was once the Ice House Bar &amp; Grill. White purchased the desk set at an auction some 30 years ago.
James Kasper sits at the desk once used by Judge Robert L. Harris in the Clark County Courthouse. The desk is being donated to Kasper by retired pastor Michael White for Kasper to use at a soon-to-open recovery cafe in Hazel Dell that was once the Ice House Bar & Grill. White purchased the desk set at an auction some 30 years ago. (Photo courtesy of Michael White) Photo Gallery

Michael White was looking to get rid of an old walnut desk set he had in his garage.

The retired pastor ended up trading it for hamburgers.

And that story is only a small part of the journey of this desk.

You see, this particular 80-year-old desk was originally in the chambers of Judge Robert L.

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