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From: Haydee Cooper <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2012 03:07:38 -0700
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I apologize if this has come up before in discussion.
I'm wondering how people have gone about installing a support platform and a piece of 2x3 to support the ball game mission. 
I'm not sure about drilling a piece of wood into the underside of our table so I was thinking of getting a piece of rigid foam board and super gluing it to the underside of the table to simulate the other table surface. That way it can be unstuck and sanded down next year.
I was also thinking of velcro-ing the piece of 2x3 (or whatever size the table wall beams are) to the table wall. It may leave a slight gap due to the thickness of the velcro but as long as the mission straddles both walls fine, it shouldn't make any difference.
Wondering if anyone thinks there's anything wrong with this plan.
Thank you,

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