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Raines Mill Restoration at Fall Creek

A project in Greenville, SC by Cricket Barnett

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Backers: 10
Average Pledge Per Backer: $95

Funded: $952 of $20,000
Dates: Nov 21st -> Jan 20th (60 days)
Project By: Cricket Barnett
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Re-framed one downstairs wall!

November 29th - via:
We are excited to share that we spent the weekend re-framing one of the walls downstairs.  Many of the boards on the front wall were rotten so we decided to rebuild the whole thing.  We had to jack up the building to take the weight off of the... (Read More)

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