Posted: October 08, 2015
News for the Flock - October 11, 2015 - Download PDF
Each fall, when a new class of 10th graders goes through the Rite of Confirmation, each student is presented with a handmade wooden cross. This isn't some dollar store, made-in-China, knick-knack. No, sir! These crosses are made by woodworkers from Shepherd of the Valley. This year, Ron & Margaret Anderson hosted the cross-making at their home, and here's exactly what those crosses are made of...
- Two 8x8 oak boards
- Danish oil
- 1 Table saw
- 1 Planer
- 2 Routers
- 1 Drill press
- 3 Belt sanders
- 3-4 Vises
- 8 Men working for 9 hours
- 3 Supportive wives (who made lunch)
Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's batch of crosses! Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
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