Chuck Creswell, left, Brendon Orth-Sheridan and Linda Joy attend the first Bellingham Repair Cafe on Sept. 6, 2015. Joy watches as Orth-Sheridan checks the motor of her broken fan while Creswell fixes her broken colander.
Chuck Creswell, left, Brendon Orth-Sheridan and Linda Joy attend the first Bellingham Repair Cafe on Sept. 6, 2015. Joy watches as Orth-Sheridan checks the motor of her broken fan while Creswell fixes her broken colander. Margaret Degman For The Bellingham Herald
Chuck Creswell, left, Brendon Orth-Sheridan and Linda Joy attend the first Bellingham Repair Cafe on Sept. 6, 2015. Joy watches as Orth-Sheridan checks the motor of her broken fan while Creswell fixes her broken colander. Margaret Degman For The Bellingham Herald

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