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PRESENTERS
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Saul Harris, Club President, spoke to club members about nifty gadgets and stocking stuffers for the woodworker.  Left, the Bowman is slightly curved and is used to clamp a large flat object.  Middle, a new twist to feather boards. Right, Saul claims to be the fastest hammer west of the Pecos.....east of the Pecos....who knows?.
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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  Bob Wink lights up the night with these three arts and craft style lamps.                    L1000503.JPG (163738 bytes)       L1000547.JPG (130636 bytes)

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  Glen Edwards proudly displays his scrollsaw work with these fine Christian crosses.  They are gifts for his Pastor and for the Church.L1000525.JPG (166995 bytes)  L1000524.JPG (218234 bytes)

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Norm Nichols shows a wooden tooth used to hold toothpicks.  Norm declined to "model" the earrings.  L1000533.JPG (166211 bytes)          L1000514.JPG (197121 bytes) L1000515.JPG (117479 bytes) 
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        L1000517.JPG (306660 bytes) L1000520.JPG (256496 bytes)  Steve LeGrue "proves" that cutting boards can, indeed, be flat.  Steve also show club members some turned bowls he made some time ago. Some are  burls and a couple of bowls have Corian tops to them.L1000539.JPG (103175 bytes)
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Ridg Gilmer flips thru an issue of Fine Woodworking to show the plans for a bandsawed box that he crafted.  Walnut splines accent a box of oak with a maple top.L1000540.JPG (112480 bytes)     L1000545.JPG (222079 bytes)  L1000542.JPG (90788 bytes)
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   L1000511.JPG (262821 bytes) L1000512.JPG (278998 bytes)   Denis Muras holds one of his plaques that he carefully and artfully scrollsawed     L1000544.JPG (159298 bytes)
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 L1000546.JPG (149730 bytes) Steve Driver presents Steve LeGrue with a hand-made gift that Steve probably would rather not be in a position to accept.  Steve crafted this gift to honor Mr. LeGrue's years of ownership of the Cutting Edge and his support for woodworkers and the WWCH. Regretably, Mr. LeGrue is closing his Cutting Edge and liquidating his stock.  
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