Firewood project raises money for youth wrestling

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A crew of about 35 volunteers recently got together to cut and split 13 cords of firewood to raise approximately $2,000 for the local Northeast Oregon Wrestling Club, which has about 60 members age 5 to 14 and wrestles every year in November and December. The money will be used to pay for tournament entry fees, uniforms and other expenses. The Douglas fir logs were donated by Elwayne Henderson and hauled by Tim Gilbert Trucking.

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