|A Message From Norm Abram|
David: Save Our Sawmill
The water-powered Nichols-Colby Up-and-Down Sawmill of Bow, New Hampshire (c. 1820) has for almost thirty years amazed visitors as they watched the power of water harnessed to cut huge logs into useable boards. Please join me today in making sure that the much-needed repairs to this important building are completed.
As my way of thanking you for helping me in this effort, I invite you to join me on Saturday, October 5th to celebrate our success. Your gift of $100 or more will secure two tickets to the Sawmill Re-Opening Ceremony. I'll be on hand to discuss the building, its history and operations, and to thank you personally for your support.
Sincerely, Norm Abram
Host of the New Yankee Workshop and Master Carpenter of This Old House.
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