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Patrick C Walter and Cameron Lyden are now friends
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Jan 25, 2012
Cameron Lyden left a comment for Jason Kishell
"Thanks for the add Jason! I love your work, it's really amazing."
Jun 15, 2011
Cameron Lyden left a comment for Sean W Scully
"Hey Sean!   It's been too long!  I've just been chugging along here in kent.  What's new with you??"
Jun 15, 2011
Cameron Lyden and Jason Kishell are now friends
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Sean W Scully left a comment for Cameron Lyden
"Cameron! What have you been up to? Looks like you've been busy!"
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Kent, Ohio
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Kent State University student: undergraduate
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Student
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/63321881@N07/

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At 1:17pm on June 14, 2011, Sean W Scully said…
Cameron! What have you been up to? Looks like you've been busy!
At 6:54pm on June 3, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
Cameron,


Welcome to crafthaus, the network for fine craft artists and those who support them! I am very glad you joined us! Your crafthaus membership is valid through June 15, 2012.

Please look around and add your thoughts to the groups, blogs and discussions. Crafthaus is a participatory sport!

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