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November 26, 2007


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Carolyn Marquis

Under Local Communities, how could we add

Crisfield News

Karl Bennion

Jim Sullivan wrote a song called North Coast and posted it on his website http://www.sullivanguitars.com where you can listen to it or download the MP3 for free. It remindes me of the pictures I've seen of the Chesapeake Bay area. Being a guitar enthusiast myself, I just came across his acoustic guitar accessory website and I thought was great. It's http://www.acousticguitarcorner.com and has some specials right now to protect your acoustic guitar investment. But he also builds some fantastic custom handmade acoustic guitars at http://www.sullivanguitars.com. Sullivan Guitars custom handmade guitars have a fantastic sound due to some secret technology I can't get him to reveal, but WOW they are great guitars and beautiful as well. Someday I hope to have him make me one before I die.

Emily Knode

My father is Emory Knode, and he has talked about the Chesapeake Bay, and how he has always wanted to contribute to its health and beauty. I feel that this project is a great way to contribute to the Bay that we love, here in Maryland. I hope to see this project bloom, and prosper. With the inlay that Craig has done to the guitars already made, and David's amazing skill of building these giutars for this project, its a fact that They are all works of art. So I wish the best of luck to David, Craig, and my father.

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