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Another Holliston Green Has His Own Show

by Jesse Green
November 15, 2012

Helloooo, everybody. Many of you requested this email and many of you are likely a bit surprised by it if you're not already on my facebook. Haha...

But for those who don't already know:

I'm tickled to report that I have a new tv show called AMERICAN CHAINSAW premiering THURSDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 29th at 10PM on THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL.

The show follows me on my chainsaw sculpting adventures with my wonderful crew.. I personally promise that it will be THOROUGHLY entertaining. Trust me.

Hope this email finds you all doing well and please spread the word. THANKS SO SOO MUCH.

Best,
-Jesse


TheMachineJesseGreen.com

 

Editor's note:

HollistonReporter.com covered Jesse when he created the Panther for Holliston High School.

Jesse, who grew up in Holliston and graduated from Holliston High, also created the replacement for Casey at the Bat on School Street.

Jesse has created another sculpture in Holliston which will be one episode of American Chainsaw. Watch Nutty be created from a maple tree that died six months before Jesse put his chain saws and artistic eye to work on the Church Street site.


 

 

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Comments (3)

So exciting. We have a dead tree at our house so Jessee please consider this an open invite to come and rescue it. Pam Zicko

- Pam Zicko | 11/16/12 9:36 PM

That's just awesome. Congrats!

- James Read | 11/16/12 9:03 PM

Congrats! That is amazing!

- JM Brown | 11/16/12 4:23 AM

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