TVWW meeting   July 21, 1998


Meeting called to order by president Harold Hewgley.  Guests introduced were Dick Dohrmann, Veeda Mayberry, Jody Nunley and Tommy Thomas.

Old business - Thank you card from Bill and Pat Warmbrod.  Falls Mill date has been changed to September 12, 1998, because of schedule conflicts.  All members are invited to participate.  Steve Graham reported that the fall seminar is scheduled for September 26, 1998.  The main focus will be carving.  There will be a fee for supplies and lunch. Franklin County craft show - Tom Cowan  reported that the club was not going to participate this year.  Henry Davis  stated that the club brochures had been updated and printed. 

New business - Lilie Clark reported that Estill Springs   is going to celebrate their 50th anniversary of incorporation on August 1st.  The club is invited to attend as a group or individually.  There is no charge to set up.  Ross Roepke wants someone to go to Atlanta with him August 20 - 24th.

Show and tell - Harry May - carving in progress of a coon hound with a coon on his back.  Tom Cowan - a sphere turned out of walnut, to be made into a globe.  Doyle McConnell - an ash vase with leaves carved around the top.  A turned butternut vase with an epoxy accent ring.  Don Helton - a wood bowl, two round baskets, a shelf with a humming bird scene wit a collapsible basket, all created with a scroll saw out of poplar.  Russ Willis - a moose out of hickory, painted by his daughter.  Murrell Chattin - two bowls turned from glued up cut-offs and pictures of a cherry table.  Steve Graham - a relief carving depicting The death of King Ahab.  Winfield Bennett - a carved walking cane from a piece o poplar that was cut from a wagon side board, and an urn carved by a friend.  Jack Townsend - a white oak mantle clock.  Jody Nunley - a small mouth bass carved with a dremel and hand tools and a bear carved from a piece of  smoke tree.  Henry Davis - a molding replacement for an antique door with hand tools to make same.  John Green - a silver maple bowl.  Loyd Ackerman - a variety of wine corks and display board for them.  A block of wood that was turned on an Oliver lathe made in 1930.  Jim Van Cleave - miter box with a 28 inch backsaw and a broad ax.  Dick Dohrmann - a cherry clock made in 1982.  Tom Gillard - a box of chisels donated to the club by a friend. 

After a social period members and guests left as they wished.  There was no official adjournment. Respectfully submitted, John Green.