NHS gets a proper table for its board of directors

Northfield Historical Society board of directors table Northfield Historical Society board of directors table Northfield Historical Society board of directors table Northfield Historical Society board of directors table Northfield Historical Society board of directors table
Just in time for tonight’s open house, the Northfield Historical Society has installed a large table for its board of directors in its new 2nd floor office/meeting room.

Hayes Scriven told me that Gene Jasnoch of Jasnoch Construction donated the wood (red elm and walnut) and that he and his father-in-law, Steve Wille of Nerstrand Custom Cabinets, built it in their spare time.

The inlaid squares on the four corners are stone, taken from the walls of the Scriver Building.

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  1. So it is part of the tour?—looks beautiful! My dad would have loved this! He was quite the woodworker.

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