September 2014 Newsletter

Thursday September 11, 2014 Meeting Minutes

31 members and 5 guests in attendance

Treasurer’s report: $1761.37

Librarian’s report: Nothing New

Old business

  • Twin Twin City days, we made $380.75

  • Library Display went up in Arnold, Take down and move to Windsor Sep 27

  • Keith reported options for new shirts and hats

  • Turning day at Paul’s is October 18

  • Sign up for working the woodcarver’s show

New business

  • Jim A. motioned money from Twin City Days being donated to Methodist Church food pantry, Roger seconded, motion passed.

  • Terry suggested Blue Fountain Nursing Home as a potential for the birdhouse project

  • Top prep day to be set up at the next meeting

  • Still some remaining pens for troops kits to be picked up

  • Keith proposed a a list of turning mentors within the club

  • Discussed a different location for next year’s Twin City Days

Show and Tell

    1. MIke Ruch – Segmented walnut and oak vessel, vase, segmented cedar bowl, unkonwn box

    2. Craig – Hard Maple Pepper mill, Plastic jamb chucks

    3. Terry – Pine vessel, maple bowl, natural edge spalted bowls

    4. Keith – Segmented bowl, hickory bowl

    5. one not listed

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Instant Gallery of Show and Tell Items

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President’s Challenge

 

The challenge this month was a pen.  Gib Midget won

 

  1. Kat – Acrylic pen and pencil set
  2. Gib – Segmented pen
  3. Craig – Blue acrylic cigar ben
  4. Roger – Black Oark Burl pen

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Instant Gallery of President’s Challenge Items

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Demonstration

Jim demonstrated turning birdhouses

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Next month’s President’s Challenge is a birdhouse