TVWW MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES
Alice Jenson and Jerry Mathis were welcomed as guests.
No new members were added at this meeting.
Chuck Taylor was thanked for his continuing work on splinters. Please notify Chuck for any changes to your contact info.
Newsletters are available see Jim Steadman.
The library now has 51 titles. See
Carver’s Corner: The workshop with Randy Walters was a great event.
Everyone enjoyed the club picnic, about 70 people
attended. The auction was very
successful with about $700 raised for the club.
Loyd showed a video of
Upcoming Events: Turning Bee at Tom Cowen’s shop on June 20th.
Fall Seminar on Oct. 24th.
Christmas Dinner on Dec. 4th.
Loyd stated that the club is sending a card and a turned gift to Ann Cline for the excellent Tempo article and her efforts in publicity for the Exhibition.
The auction for the club cabinet will end September 15th. If you want to place a bid contact Loyd in writing or email.
Old Business: None
New Business: None
Show and Tell:
Loyd had a music stand for Ladoris’ son.
Tom Cowan showed one of six dining room chairs he made for Mary. They are made of poplar and finished with milk paint and a lacquer overspray.
Gary Runyon displayed a spoke shave and a bow saw from a kit made out of redbud and hickory. He also talked about Locktite 324, which is a super strong glue.
Vince Zaccardi had a walnut bowl with a maple bottom. He commented that his interest in turning started at the turning bee in 2008.
Program: Tom Cowan gave an educational talk on how to distinguish different period furniture.
The meeting adjourned at