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Old 01-31-2018, 10:35 AM   #1
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Tile Geeks and Laticrete Volunteer Work

I'd like to bring attention to an article in the January issue of Tile Letter (Page 96). A group of Tile Geeks, with the support of Laticrete and other sponsors, did a considerable amount of tile work on a special farm in Maryland in October of 2017. I think that's commendable. A number of the Geeks involved are also members of the John Bridge Forums. Please read the article.
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John.....can you post a link?
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https://tileletter.com/category/adve.../january-2018/

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The best photo is of Dan Kramer pulling Jon Appleby out an open window. I'm wondering if they took a pic of Jon after he belly-flopped on the ground.
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ah, the trials and tribulations of a tile mechanic....
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Excellent! Good on ya's all for the project!

Guessing a fun time was had by all too.
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Very cool, y'all!
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An amazing project organized by the Mr. Justin Kyle! I love seeing these stories of a group of talented guys and gals coming together for the greater good!
Thanks to all who gave their time on this project!

On to the next
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As the article says, we all had a great time participating.

My advice: if you can join in on the next project - DO IT !
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