If it's broken, someone will know how to fix it

 


If there ever was a town well suited to a fix-it clinic, it’s Wrangell. The community’s residents pride themselves on adapting, making do with what is available, repairing and reusing and repurposing most anything and everything that can find a second or third life on the island.

They’re not hand-me-downs. A better way to think of it is good as new, or close enough.

Which is why the fix-it clinic tentatively set for mid-August is a perfect fit for Wrangell. It will be the first time for such an organized second-hand revival.

The WCA Earth Branch has taken on the job of rounding up vol...



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