Kent Scheer shows the audience a finished pinwheel during his toy making demonstration at the Bemidji Public Library on Thursday. Pioneer Photo/Ben Karkela
Toys from past delight all ages
Kent Scheer never wanted to let the toys of his childhood disappear from memory. As he grew up, he found a way to make his living crafting toys from generations past.
Scheer, who lives in Wadena, originally started off working as a wood carver, but he soon started developing his own toys.
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