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Jon Day, James Dillon, Bobby Bryant, Robert Moore, John Carleton, Andrew Lenarcic, Jonathan Reed, Anthony Fricke, Derek DeSimone, Brett Matter and Derick Dessoye. Photo by Tanya Russo

Conference table made from historical trees gets permanent home in Port Orange City Center

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

Jon Day, James Dillon, Bobby Bryant, Robert Moore, John Carleton, Andrew Lenarcic, Jonathan Reed, Anthony Fricke, Derek DeSimone, Brett Matter and Derick Dessoye. Photo by Tanya Russo

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The new Port Orange conference table is made from historical oak trees. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

The new Port Orange conference table is made from historical oak trees. Photo by Tanya Russo

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City workers line up to lift the 900-pound table onto electric dollies that raise and lower to allow the base to be fit. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

City workers line up to lift the 900-pound table onto electric dollies that raise and lower to allow the base to be fit. Photo by Tanya Russo

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Priscilla Haller Sparks and Mark Pierson, from the Port Orange Historical Museum, watch the assembly process. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

Priscilla Haller Sparks and Mark Pierson, from the Port Orange Historical Museum, watch the assembly process. Photo by Tanya Russo

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The City of Port Orange is identified on the base for the table. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

The City of Port Orange is identified on the base for the table. Photo by Tanya Russo

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The City logo is carved into the conference table. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

The City logo is carved into the conference table. Photo by Tanya Russo

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Anthony Fricke, John Carleton, Jon Day and Derek DeSimone secure the trestle that will go under the table to support it. Photo by Tanya Russo

Friday, Jul. 19, 2019 |

Anthony Fricke, John Carleton, Jon Day and Derek DeSimone secure the trestle that will go under the table to support it. Photo by Tanya Russo

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