The club welcomed Doug DuBois and
Doug Barncard as new members.
Byron Gordon and his two sons, Aaron and Alex were
guests.Byron is Bob Addingdon’s
Chuck Taylor was thanked for his continuing work on
The club exhibition “In the Spirit of Fine Woodworking” was
a tremendous success with 758 visitors attending.Loyd
thanked everyone for his or her hard work especially the leads in several
categories.He also presented a list of
all the door prize winners.
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Tom Cowen showed
a video on the spindle turning held at his shop.It was very well attended and very
Carver’s Corner:The Dogwood festival was successful but very wet.The Carvers meet the first Saturday of the
month at Phil Bishop’s shop
and they again mentioned that the scheduled workshop is full.
Felix Rees showed
a couple slides with info for the club picnic, which is on Saturday June 5th
at .Please bring a covered dish (the club will
not supply the meat) and something for the auction.This auction is the club’s main fundraiser.
Paul Fulks, who
is the contact for the spring turning bee at Tom Cowan’s shop, gave details of
the event.It will be Saturday June 20th
and start at .There will be six lathes available, bring
lunch and turning tools if you have them.
Other club events:
Fair – Third week in September.
Ornament workshop – October 3rd.
Fall Seminar – John Brown is
chairman.It will beat Matt
Brothers’ shop and will cover building a small
table in detail.
Christmas Dinner – Time and
– A history of antique furniture.
a video of the woodworking exhibition, which was shown on Lighttube
Also showed an excellent slide show of the exhibition and
again thanked everyone for their participation.
The club curio cabinet will be auctioned off with bidding to
end September15th.Results and
presentation will take place at the October meeting.
work will take place on the Falls Mill restoration effort until after the club
picnic.For more info see Ross
New Business:None, but we were reminded to use the
club website to keep up with club happenings.
Show and Tell:
Flyers were presented for the Burroughs-Ross-Colville
Co.A lumber company
in McMinnville, which wholesales hardwood where you can pick through the stock.
Stanley Dunn 931-473-211 is the contact.
Doyle McConnell showed
the technique for threading the end pieces of a bed rail for a cord bed.He discussed the bed extension he made for
his Powermatic lathe and said this extension is available
to whoever needs it.
Matt Brothers showed
slides of bookcases and shelving he had to construct around a fireplace.
Ross Roepke had
some chopsticks he made and some fancy ones from Indonesia.He also displayed a mahogany humidor with
some inlaid cherry.
Bob Addington had
three pine bowls, which he turned green and dried only for six weeks.He finished them with five coats of wipe-on
Jim Everett showed
a cedar desk set and an outstanding relief carving in which he has 800 hours of
Dick Wollam showed
two carved ducks.One was out of
butternut and left natural, the other out of scrap pine and painted.This was for contrast and comparison.
brought in a wooden chest of unknown origin to see anyone had any ideas of
where it came from.
demonstrated the different types on video materials that are available in the
club library.He showed many
representative clips of different subjects.
attempted to log on to our website for additional displays from the library but