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Posted by: Roger Whitaker on Sun, Mar 14, 2004
A word of thanks!
I wish to thank Mr. J. D. Hardaway again for the new lecturn that he constructed and donated to the church. It is a fine example of craftmanship and should last for years to come.
We have so much talent among our members. It is wonderful when it can be shared with everyone. This lecturn will stand the test of time, and it is wonderfully crafted showing Mr. Hardaway's love for Salem. Thanks again J.D.!
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