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Michael C. Cohill

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M.F. Christensen & Son Co.

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akronmarbles.com

Michael Cohill was lucky enough to discover the true story surrounding this company while researching the M.F. Christensen & Son Co.


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Michael Cohill


www.lakeerieliving.com

Mary Beth will be sharing her own beach glass adventures from around the globe, and Michael C. Cohill, of the American Toy Marble Museum in Akron, Ohio, will discuss marbles found along the beaches.


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"Marbles is fast-paced and competitive," said Michael Cohill, director of The Akron District Marble Tournament.
"It's all about winning that marble." Michael Cohill, founder of The American Toy Marble Museum in Akron has organized the Akron District Marble Tournament for two decades. For the first time in 20 years, he said he has witnessed a truly honorable act by one competitor - a Girl Scout. That's what Girl Scouts do," said Cohill. Over the past several years, Cohill has personally instructed thousands of children in the game of marbles as part of the City of Akron's after-school programs. He has also shown the game to thousands of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Each child is provided with a bag of marbles to get started, and then they receive a lesson in how to play the game. "If they win a marble, they're going to hold onto it. It becomes a treasure," said Cohill.


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