Friday December 13, 2013
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This Month's Features
A Cart Straight from the Heart
Bill Dorrity’s Handmade Gifts Brighten Childhood
Here’s a holiday riddle. What has four wheels and a handle, a bright coat of paint and brings an indescribable amount of joy to children who are slightly less fortunate than others? The answer is Bill Dorrity’s iconic, handmade cart, a tradition created and perpetuated by Dorrity himself in his Goose Creek home - but he credits a lot of helping elves. To some, the idea of a simple cart used for pushing, pulling and acting as a place for a child’s most treasured belongings might seem ordinary - but to Dorrity, who understands the basic needs and wants of children, it has become a life enrichment for both himself and thousands of recipients. Dorrity, who is originally from Maine, has quite an interesting past, including teaching at the University of Maine, working at the Department of Defense in Washington, DC as a physicist and serving for the United States military in both World War Two and the Korean War. It was quite obvio...
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