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Historical Society's 37th ANNUAL HARVEST FAIR September 24, 2017

Time to Make the Wood

by Bobby Blair
May 21, 2017

Members of the Friends of the Community Farm and the Farm Advisory Committee were up at the crack of the portable saw mill being fired up on Saturday morning.

White pine trees were recently cut down at the Community Farm and the rough hewn lumber will be used to replace tar paper shingling covering the barn on the property.

Jim Taralli of Highland Street was the operator of his wood mill. The mill will be in operation on Farms Day, June 11th, at the farm.

The machine is able to mechanically turn huge blocks of timber so they can be cut on equal sides.

PJ Kilkelly, Dennis Serocki and Dennis Prefontaine handled the stacking of the new lumber.

This old barn below will receive a make over once the lumber is allowed to cure.

 

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