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Robert Brewer, Director of Youth Services Center , accepts gifts of "Cherokee Checkers" from club member, Marcus Brun

 

And guess who won the door prize?               BrunDec05-29.jpg (158520 bytes)

 

WhiteDec05-36.jpg (125167 bytes)  WhiteDec05-40.jpg (120270 bytes)                Bill White, our club Communications Director and Newsletter Editor, gave a talk on how to create professional looking photographs of your woodworking projects.  Bill demos an alternate use for a tripod before going to the board and illustrating how an 18 wheeler can be used to support a giant role of white cloth to use as a backdrop for photographing an automobile.

 

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Rich Thomas shows off bottle holders made of waste wood. The vanity chair of walnut is for a neighbor. Rich teased the audience with a question about what the spindled looking item is.  It is an English Gout Stool, a gift to Rich, which he so cleverly demonstrates.  BottleHolderDec05-03.jpg (199962 bytes)  StoolDec05-09.jpg (198534 bytes)  ChairDec05-08.jpg (181911 bytes)ThomasDec05-15.jpg (126664 bytes)
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      No, this is not a proverbial seat for a very tall person but it is a rustic bathroom vanity for a neighbor.  Dottie Forbes explains that the front door is made of Piranha Pine, bleached white. Other woods are salvaged lumber and hardware.
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Steve Wavro says Merry Christmas in the language of Intarsia, a country far far away for many woodworkers.  Steve used five to six different woods.                 MerryXmasIntarsiaDec05-05.jpg (178938 bytes) WavroDec05-19.jpg (197755 bytes)
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       NamePlateDec05-02.jpg (147792 bytes) MurasDec05-22.jpg (95503 bytes)        These longhorn cows are moooved by Denis Muras' name plate. Denis explained how he beveled edges to create a "floating" effect.  Denis also shows club members a photo of his biplane air force -- ready to tackle King Kong.
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Lon Kelley holds a holder that holds a candle.  One pair is of maple and epoxy dyed black and another of Brazilian walnut and maple.  Five coats of tung oil finish them.           CandelabrasDec05-07.jpg (223678 bytes)   CandlelabrasDec05-04.jpg (172070 bytes) KelleyDec05-27.jpg (115874 bytes)
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           BowlsDec05-30.jpg (183301 bytes) HowardDec05-28.jpg (115509 bytes)        Jim Howard shows club members one bowl from his collection of bowls that he turned.
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