Turn-a-thon generates 10,000-plus pens

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Woodcraft's ninth annual Turn for Troops turn-a-thon, held on Veterans Day weekend, produced 10,678 wooden pens for American service personnel on active duty and in rehabilitation facilities.

The turn-a-thon began in 2004. The volunteer effort, held at Woodcraft stores across the country, has produced a total of nearly 100,000 pens, according to the company.

For information, visit www.woodcraft.com.

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