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Newsletter Vol 36 / Issue 02

Greetings I think last month’s Zoom meeting was a success. Several of you joined in and it was good to see those that attended. Some commented that they liked the Zoom format. They didn’t have to get out and travel on a cold, dark night. Some were able to show large pieces they had made

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Newsletter Vol 36 / Issue 01

Greetings December has been a trying month for the Gulley family. I tested positive for COVID-19 a couple days before Christmas. Later my daughter and grandson also succumbed. Christmas was postponed and everyone was in quarantine. We’re finally having Christmas tonight (Jan 12th.) But the good news is, everyone survived! Even better good new, 2020

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 12

Splinters December 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 12 Greetings I trust all you elves and Santa’s helpers have been busy in the workshop. I’ve already received several Show & Tell pics that confirms that you have been. I saw Mickey Knowles the other day and he says he has a table full of projects but

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 11

Splinters November 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 11 Greetings In our Sweeping Up section, I’ve used lots of jokes about getting older. Since there are so many seniors in our group, I guess I’m picking low hanging fruit. But really, “old” is relative. I was talking to a lady in our church a couple weeks

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 10

Splinters October 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 10 Greetings The “norm” for the monthly Greeting is usually light hearted. However, in keeping with the “norm” for 2020 (there is no norm,) I’d like to go in a different direction. I’d like to ponder on how quickly the abnormal can become normal, and what we can

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 09

Splinters September 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 09 Greetings This may be as late as I’ve ever started on a newsletter. The third Tuesday came quick this month, but I won’t use that for an excuse. More of a case of “Can’t Want To”. We’ll blame it on Covid19. Lately everybody else seems to be

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 08

Splinters August 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 08 Greetings This newsletter will probably get to you a little late. Seems like there’s been more life to live than there’s been time to live it in – if that makes sense. I saw my friend and fellow club member Zeke Davis a couple Sundays ago. He

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 07

Splinters July 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 07 Greetings The Executive Committee would like your opinion on reopening our club meetings. Would you attend an August meeting if it was held? What precautions do you think we should take to assure a safe meeting? Contact Exec Committee members with your input. They will be meeting

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 06

Splinters June 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 06 Greetings I don’t know what else the world can throw at us before we can return to “normal.” I really hope we can get back together in July. But unless we get a temporary meeting place, that depends on when UTSI opens up to outside meetings. Whenever

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Newsletter Vol 35 / Issue 05

Splinters May 2020 Volume 35 / Issue 05 Greetings I believe folk are starting to wander out more. I was at Home Depot yesterday and it was packed. My wife and I stopped by DQ for lunch and there were two other food trucks set up in the parking lot and doing a fair business.

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