Tri-State PPFA meeting

GUMBY GCF

SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

In Memorium

Rest In Peace



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The Tri-State PPFA will be having a meeting on Sunday March 28, 2004 at 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM at the Cranberry Municipal Center, PA. I (James R. Cook) will be presenting a seminar on Framing, Mounting and Matting Military Memorabilia. I have been Framing for over 28 years and served Marine Corp 1970-1976. Samples will be shown along with the technique to build them. All are welcome, you do not have to be a member of PPFA to attend. So if you are interested in increasing sales in this area you should attend.

Contact Francine at the Framery in Youngstown,Oh. If you need more info.
I look forward to Meeting everyone and passing on some useful information.

Directions:
Coming from Ohio take I-76 east to PA turnpike then at Exit 28 bear right onto ramp that says Cranberry Interchange toward RT. 19 Pittsburgh/Erie. Keep on ramp that says RT. 19 toward Erie/Zelienople. Take ramp right toward RT. 19 North. Stay on RT. 19 north approx. 1.5 mile to Rochester Rd. Turn onto Rochester Rd, just a few hundred feet on the left you will see The Municipal Center.

Hope to see you There.

Cook's Art Supply & Framing Inc.
4366 Portage Rd NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
Serving our Customers since 1976
 

GUMBY GCF

SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

In Memorium

Rest In Peace



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I would like to thank Francine and all the Tri-State PPFA memebers who gave up their Sunday afternoon to come to this meeting. Everyone was accommodating and great group of Professionals. I would look forward to doing another presentation sometime for Tri-State Chapter. If anyone has any further questions feel free to contact me any time.
James R Cook, GCF
4366 Portage Rd NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
 

McPhoto

MGF, Master Grumble Framer
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And is was a very GOOD program.

Jim had some great ideas regarding the attachment of medals & other accessories in a frame/shadowbox. Now, I gotta get those displays up in the shop


Thanks Jim!!!
 
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