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Learn about woodcarving at Davie Senior Center

MOCKSVILLE ó Expert woodcarver Tim Trudgeon is offering a free class on carving each Wednesday from 9 to 11 a.m. beginning April 2 at Davie County Senior Center, 278 Meroney St., Mocksville.
Anyone with an interest in carving is invited to come and carve. For beginning carvers, he will help provide you with blanks and let you know what type of tools you need. All levels from beginner to advanced are welcome.
You may come as often as you wish, but please call the center at 336-753-6230 before attending your first session.
Also, the center has set a town hall meeting on “Digital TV And How It Will Affect You” at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 9.
By February 2009, television stations will switch to an all-digital signal. If your TV is not equipped to handle this signal, you will not be able to receive a picture.
Find out all you need to know to get ready for this change.
This program is open to adults of all ages. No children, please.
Call 336-753-6230 to register.

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