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Cribbage boards
Date: 1/21/2013 Album ID: 1598598
Photos by John Ewing
A group of former mill employees in Biddeford have been making very popular cribbage boards utilizing the flooring boards from one of the city's oldest mill buildings.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013.....A group of former mill employees in Biddeford have been making very popular cribbage boards utilizing the flooring boards from one of the city's oldest mill buildings.  Don Guillerault , of Biddeford, worked in the mills for 42 years and is involved in the mill museum project.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013.....A group of former mill employees in Biddeford have been making very popular cribbage boards utilizing the flooring boards from one of the city's oldest mill buildings.  Freshly painted nails, used as counting pegs for the game, dry on a cribbage board.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  Patrick Wilson and  Jeremy Lambert, students the the school's machine tool technology class monitor a computerized drilling machine that drills a pattern of several hundred holes in the boards.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  A computerized drilling machine at the school creates an intricate patern of several hundred holes automatically.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013.....A group of former mill employees in Biddeford have been making very popular cribbage boards utilizing the flooring boards from one of the city's oldest mill buildings.  The nearly 100 year old hardwood is cut and drilled to create the historic boards.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....A group of former mill employees in Biddeford have been making very popular cribbage boards utilizing the flooring boards from one of the city's oldest mill buildings.  The boards reflect the history of the mill and feature a commorative brass plate.
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Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford's vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  COT instructor Marc Cadorette, works with students in the machine tool technology class to utilize a computer program to automate a drilling machine.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  The drilled cribbage boards will be returned to former mill employees who will finish and package the boards for sale.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  COT student Jeremy Lambert vacumns sawdust from a drilled board before removing it from the computerized drill machine.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  COT student Patrick Wilson shows a cribbage board that was drilled by a computerized machine at the school.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  COT student Patrick Wilson shows a cribbage board that was drilled by a computerized machine at the school.
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John Ewing/Staff photographer...
Thursday, January 17, 2013.....Using nearly 100 year old wood flooring from one of Biddeford's oldest mill buildings, Biddeford vocational school(COT) students are helping to make cribbage boards which are sold to raise funds for a mill museum project.  COT student Patrick Wilson shows a cribbage board that was drilled by a computerized machine at the school.
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