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Penn's Wood's Project

Over the past years our organization has contributed, its support to area communities, by assisting the needy and the elderly.  The following is a short overview of who we are and what we are, and how we can help you. We are a nonprofit organization based in the United States. We are children from individual homes, joined in a common goal of providing community assistance to those in need. We recently have come under the umbrella of Laurel Highland’s Historical Village, where we will be working to attain their goals as well, as it applies to education.We allow all children to become members of organization, with no membership fee.  For the most part, many of the children in the program are Homeschoolers. The ages of our children vary from 5 years of age up to 18 years of age. Our children benefit from helping the elderly and the needy, like any project they become involved, the children are kept busy and off the streets and in most cases the project that they are involved in will provide them with credit towards classroom studies.  In the past, our children have helped many families, again mostly those who cannot provide for themselves.  The children have involved themselves in all of the following projects: Canning Preserves, Painting Homes, Cleaning, Planting Gardens & flowerbeds, Landscaping, Chat Sessions,Outdoor Activities, Educational Fairs, and much more. The children throughout the year will also showcase various products, at various malls in our region.  The children have the responsibility to not only promote your product, but also to educate the consumer as well, concerning your products. One of the biggest task the chidren take part in is the Fishing Events, whereby they take special needs children out fishing and Boating.

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Fishing days

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We would like to thank Do it Molds for sending us materila which are being used to show case not only their products but to teach children the proper methods to an American Art form. Sure we have the agument that lead is bad, but if you do the research it's only bad if you eat the stuff.
We will be having an outdoor class on August 25 at Hinckston dam, where by we will show case all the molds and material used in making fishing sinkers, jigs and much more. We will also be conducting a class on same for those who wish to attend.  
   Do-it Corporation is a 40-year-old company that is recognized as a world leader in the tackle craft industry. Do-it has built this reputation by manufacturing the highest quality jig molds, lure molds and sinker molds available.
   In addition to providing molds, Do-it prides itself on carrying the highest quality products and accessories available on the market at competitive prices. Do-it carefully scrutinizes materials we receive from other manufacturers to ensure that our customers get only the finest materials available.
   Their Mission: To provide every customer with the highest quality tackle craft equipment available.
   Their Commitment: Do-it is committed to providing quality products, value, service and customer satisfaction to tackle crafters all over the world.

JVX 18 Penn's Wood's Project
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Carolina Skiff donated this boat so we can take children boating.

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