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PRESENTERS
This month's presentation was replaced by our first annual chair making contest.  Please CLICK HERE to see entries, contestants and winner.  
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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This all walnut table was crafted by Mark Bolinger.  The legs are rejects from a previous project.  Mark finished with wipe-on polyurethane. 
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              Mike Turner has an "outlet" for his work.  He sells them or he'll give you the plans free.  He teaches woodworking and these are projects that his students make. 

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  L1000726.JPG (121209 bytes)  L1000745.JPG (63379 bytes)     John Gay shows a bowl he crafted from mahogany scraps.  John will donate this bowl to a food bank organization fund raiser.
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            The USS Texas floats again and the Alamo stands tall under the deft hands of Bob Wink .  Bob describes these projects as "tramp" art, or "folk" art similar to the style seen during the 20s and 30s. The wood comes from old pallets.    L1000727.JPG (127464 bytes)  L1000728.JPG (178409 bytes)  L1000748.JPG (107592 bytes)
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      L1000739.JPG (193629 bytes)  L1000749.JPG (134861 bytes) Charles Sembera holds a child's dinosaur that he created out of cypress.
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         This early 1900s dowel making machine was demonstrated by Steve LeGrue.  It is part of his collection of antique tools.           L1000731.JPG (138526 bytes)  L1000751.JPG (162563 bytes)
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  L1000736.JPG (163756 bytes)  L1000737.JPG (163057 bytes)  L1000730.JPG (177102 bytes)  L1000753.JPG (170443 bytes)  A granddaughter will sleep tight in this maple crib built by Denis Muras.  It can be converted to a day bed and also as the childs grows, to a twin bed.
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  Ridg Gilmer holds one of his three band sawed boxes he crafted out of ash.   L1000773.JPG (174078 bytes) L1000755.JPG (148698 bytes)L1000774.JPG (191802 bytes)
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