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August 30, 2009

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cagey

This class was SO fun. I have signed up for their mailing list and hope they offer the tile one SOON. Have already installed the two new switches and will be buying new light fixtures this week!

Average Jane

I had a blast. I'm looking forward to trying to organize some of my blog readers and tweeps to attend one.

Karla Fennick

This looks great! I've wanted to put in some dimmer switches for years but was afraid to try. I'm going to sign up for the beginning electrical course.

Cynthia

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