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    Pottery tools sit on a table behind Wayne Village Pottery. The Saunders family, which runs the pottery business, was hoping to dig up 40 tons of clay on Saturday and have enough to last five to 10 years until the next dig.

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    Jon Lamarche holds some processed pottery clay in front of some his works behind Wayne Village Pottery. Lamarche owns the nearby Old Firehouse Farm gift shop and cafe but helps out at Wayne Village Pottery in exchange for pottery clay.

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    Emily Saunders carries an umbrella during a downpour with her dad, Sam, behind Wayne Village Pottery.

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    Molly Saunders supervises a dig for pottery clay behind Wayne Village Pottery on Saturday.

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    Sam Saunders displays some "lousy" clay that is mixed with sand behind Wayne Village Pottery.

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    Mark Birtwell of Wayne digs for pottery clay behind Wayne Village Pottery on Saturday.

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    Sam Saunders breaks up some clay before pressing it behind Wayne Village Pottery.

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