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Vernon Neal talks about the latest and greatest in laser levels and how to properly use them.  L1010555.JPG (76582 bytes) L1010553.JPG (123735 bytes)
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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          Steve Wavro shows off his framed scrollsaw work, a nicely done "never forget" memorial piece and a pretty tiger...grrrrrreat.

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John Gay is not horsing around and no one has to be wary of Greeks bearing gifts.  John crafted this clever Trojan Horse to accommodate man's best friend, a dog (not a husband). The dog house features an entrance ramp and a side access "window".  The tail can be lifted for the owner to access the house for cleaning purposes.  John built this unique dog house to be auctioned at the upcoming Houston Dog Show and dog house competition for CAP.  The material is made of old cedar fences finished with an exterior sealer and spar varnish.                 L1010561.JPG (213059 bytes) L1010568.JPG (184062 bytes)
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                  L1010542.JPG (219114 bytes)  L1010569.JPG (104081 bytes) Mark Behring holds a car, one of many that he crafted, as his donation to WWCH's toy making program
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          Bob Wink must have taken a "cue" from a friend because he crafted a couple of pool cue racks out of oak for him.  Just for the record, Bob has all his fingers and his thumbs aren't broken.       L1010537.JPG (178834 bytes) L1010546.JPG (122445 bytes) L1010574.JPG (96256 bytes)
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                     L1010541.JPG (212880 bytes) L1010572.JPG (161211 bytes) Mark Behring showed off his talents with this nicely done intarsia of a New York lighthouse using mostly domestic woods such as mahogany, poplar, pine, red cedar and walnut.
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Cliff and Monica Ober proudly show club members a child's rocking chair they crafted together of curly cherry finished with oil and urethan.    L1010547.JPG (172884 bytes) L1010577.JPG (200642 bytes)
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  L1010539.JPG (127195 bytes) L1010540.JPG (212114 bytes) L1010545.JPG (230720 bytes) L1010580.JPG (144636 bytes)  Red oak, poplar and walnut come together is this fine work of art by Dan Smith  Dan's trains for sure will run on time and choo-choo will keep time with tick-tock.
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These wooden wheels being shown by Denis Muras will someday make a fine clock. L1010535.JPG (312148 bytes) L1010582.JPG (102382 bytes)
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L1010556.JPG (73924 bytes) L1010557.JPG (126703 bytes)  L1010585.JPG (130406 bytes)   A leather holster won't do it for Ted Ojevich, his phone holster is hand made of wood.  Rare earth magnets keep the lid closed.  Ted says his arms don't brush up against it so the square corners are not a problem.
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Tanya Pierce shows club members her well made hand plane of cocobolo. c   L1010558.JPG (171332 bytes)  L1010587.JPG (91820 bytes)
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