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          Bob Roeder holds a jewelry box that he crafted from walnut, English sycamore and poplar.  Great job for his first attempt at a jewelry box..

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Bob Wink shows Club members a plant stand, lamp and bookshelf all made from Yucky plants...oops, I mean Yucca, ....cedar fencing and the lamp from coconuts.        Bob Wink 721.jpg (115627 bytes)     Bob Wink 692.jpg (176296 bytes) Bob Wink 693.jpg (131151 bytes) Bob Wink 694.jpg (161501 bytes)  
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       James DuPuy 695.jpg (173081 bytes) James DuPuy 696.jpg (151805 bytes)   James DuPuy 718.jpg (113607 bytes)  James DuPuy holds up a piece from a castle and barn that he made for his grandkids.  The boys got the castle and the girls got the barn.  The boys raised a good question; why didn't they get barn animals? 
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          Jeff Sechelski shows how green leaves in marquetry grace the redwood burl top to the jewelry box made of redwood.  Perhaps a lovely gift for his lady faire?

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      Jere 699.jpg (140910 bytes)  Jere 709.jpg (87687 bytes)  Jere Kessler shows off a toy from from a Wood magazine pattern.  Acrylic paints finished the toy.

 

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Mike Turner demonstrates a new and improved pole lamp made from pine.  The light switch is now on the adjustable pole instead of the vertical pole which makes it easier to reach when sitting down.  Now maybe Mike can shed some light on his woodworking books.

 

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     Steve Willis 701.jpg (130702 bytes) Steve Willis 700.jpg (196971 bytes) Steve Willis 714.jpg (140578 bytes)  Steve Willis holds a bandsaw box, one of two that Steve made of walnut.  The drawer pulls are of Pecan.
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Todd Burch, former President of WWCH, shows Club members his collection of tool totes made from scrap wood (bird's eye pine and cedar) then finished with milk paint ---ummm from Elsie the cow?  Todd holds the original that belonged to his Grandfather.      Todd Bird 704.jpg (142914 bytes) Todd Bird 712.jpg (130737 bytes) Todd Bird 710.jpg (101450 bytes)
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           Umberto 690.jpg (109232 bytes) Umberto 691.jpg (124695 bytes) Umberto 724.jpg (78750 bytes)   There is nothing fishy nor something for the birds in these masterpieces of wood burning by Uumberto Gherdovich.    
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Jeremy Grubb stands proudly by a trophy case that he crafted that is now at Battlefield Golf Course.  It is made from Mahogany and Curly Eucalyptus. To view more photos of Jeremy's trophy case CLICK HERE.       IMG_8097.jpg (86688 bytes)
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