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Vancouver donates wood to Friends of the Carpenter

The Columbian
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Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle chats with Brian Trembley of Sticks Custom Portable Bandsaw Milling while visiting the nonprofit Friends of the Carpenter on Wednesday morning. The mill will process $70,000 worth of trees the city of Vancouver donated to the charity. The wood will be used for the nonprofit’s woodworking projects. One photo shows Brian Trembley as he cuts the wood at Friends of the Carpenter. Oak is among the wood that was donated to the nonprofit, which “provides safety, structure and purpose for vulnerable members of our community,” according to its website.

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