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PRESENTERS
.L1010411.JPG (53483 bytes) L1010414.JPG (58679 bytes)e L1010415.JPG (137655 bytes)L1010416.JPG (124235 bytes) L1010417.JPG (102274 bytes) L1010418.JPG (204885 bytes)    Matt Adams (left) and Jeremy Grubb (right) collaborated to contribute projects for two episodes of Ty Pennington's Extreme Home Building which is featured on CBS.  The show came to Texas and did a house in Kemah and a house in Tyler. The experience was exhilarating, an adrenalin rush, and rush, rush, rush.  Regretably the curvy artwork was not accepted by the art director of the show - not enough MDF perhaps.
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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          Bob Roeder holds one of the toy cars he made for WWCH's toy drive. Bob gave a passioned plea to encourage members to participate.

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Joe Stassi showed club members a couple of benches he made; one recently and one years ago made while taking a woodworking class in Virginia.  Joe said making the joints and getting the angles right was tricky.  The benches are of red oak.           L1010404.JPG (185086 bytes)  L1010403.JPG (213727 bytes)L1010420.JPG (168311 bytes)
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                   L1010399.JPG (148166 bytes) L1010421.JPG (96154 bytes) Steve Wavro will be prepared if he decides to hop down the bunny trail. Steve used walnut, yellow heart and aspen (the white wood) plus acrylic for the ears
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          Steve does not have a cross to bear but he was proud of this one of walnut and baltic birch.       L1010400.JPG (177144 bytes) L1010422.JPG (126257 bytes)
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                  L1010406.JPG (103044 bytes) L1010423.JPG (106978 bytes) Instead of doing battle with the birds Bob Wink crafted this clever battleship birdhouse of treated pine.  The ship is modeled after the USS Texas.
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Bob Wink put on his Hobo hat and crafted this fine crosses.  Bob calls his work "tramp" art while others may call it depression or folk art.  L1010409.JPG (312630 bytes)   L1010407.JPG (231928 bytes)  L1010408.JPG (238336 bytes) L1010426.JPG (173602 bytes)
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  L1010401.JPG (137768 bytes) L1010428.JPG (104153 bytes)  This Texas Longhorn steer of cabinet grade plywood was made by Andy Anderson for John Jackson.  John is a former WWCH President and, due to illness, has been unable to attend meetings.
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Everett Woolum shows club members a communion table that he made for a Baptist church in Seabrook. L1010430.JPG (79208 bytes)
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.L1010431.JPG (82644 bytes) R1-15A.jpg (237146 bytes) Sid Hockens talks about his side table that he crafted for his home.   
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