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Loren Luschen, left, and John Lambing, both members of the Willmar Community Center’s wood shop committee, work on cleaning the shop in preparation for installation of power tools and other shop improvements. Tribune photo by David Little

Upgrade begins on Community Center wood shop; volunteers sought

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WILLMAR — New power tools will replace old equipment when volunteers complete upgrading the wood shop at the Willmar Community Center.


Ever since the city purchased the former Elks Club building on Business 71 North in December 1991 and reopened it in January 1992 as the community center, much of the original wood shop equipment was donated.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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