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  • San Joaquin Valley Fine Woodworkers Association builds toys for kids

    About 100 members of the San Joaquin Valley Fine Woodworkers Association spend part of the year building thousands of high-quality toys for disadvantaged children. Club president David Dunlap has coordinated the effort for years. He is one of .

About 100 members of the San Joaquin Valley Fine Woodworkers Association spend part of the year building thousands of high-quality toys for disadvantaged children. Club president David Dunlap has coordinated the effort for years. He is one of Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
About 100 members of the San Joaquin Valley Fine Woodworkers Association spend part of the year building thousands of high-quality toys for disadvantaged children. Club president David Dunlap has coordinated the effort for years. He is one of Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

12 Faces of Christmas: David Dunlap, Valley woodworkers club make toys for disadvantaged kids

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