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    Default Lutherie Part of an Innovative Program

    A neat article about lutherie as recovery in Kentucky. At least one of our members is mentioned.

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    Good stuff, thanks for the link.

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    Excellent and heartening article. Thanks!
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    Just saw a segment featuring John of Troublesome Creek on CBS evening news! Very nice!

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