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On the Job: Amanda Rose, Wells Wood Turning & Finishing

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    On the Job: Amanda Rose, Wells Wood Turning & Finishing - Staff photo by Brianna Soukup | of | Share this photo

    Amanda Rose works on coating wooden eggs in pastel blue paint during her shift at Wells Wood Turning & Finishing. The wooden eggs will be used for White House Easter Egg Roll.

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    Manufacturing the eggs includes turning each piece on a lathe machine, sanding, painting with various colors and printing images and signatures on each side of each egg.

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    Rose thins the pastel blue paint used to color the wooden eggs. This is the ninth year in a row the Maine company has supplied the White House with the wooden eggs.

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    Rose, a supervisor, has worked for the company for 15 years.

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    Some of the painted eggs sit in drawers at Buckfield business.

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    Rose, at right, and her co-worker, Maranda Gammon, work on coating the wooden eggs. Wells Wood Turning & Finishing creates eggs in several different Easter colors.

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