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Newsletter Vol 38 / Issue 01

Greetings This year is very special. It’s loaded with expectations, possibilities, and challenges (great and small, good and bad.) I pray for you all a good year with no greater problems than you can comfortably handle – or at least, handle. Of one thing I’m relatively sure. If you have a woodworking problem, you have

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 12

Greetings This year is quickly slipping through our fingers. I trust we have all made the best of those days. We’ve had many opportunities for fellowship. I’ve enjoyed the meetings/programs this past year both in-person and on Zoom. Glad to see Covid moving into the past.  I’ve had the pleasure of working on group projects

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 11

Greetings We’re on the backside of 2022 and it seems to be building up speed. My calendar of appointments is quickly filling up. I hope all of you have added Nov 19 (the Club tool/Craft Sale) and Dec 10 (the Club Christmas Brunch.) Both events are in the gym at the Decherd Church of the

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 10

Greetings We’re having beautiful weather and a great time to be in the shop. I’m sure a lot of our folk are busy helping out Santa and those poor overworked elves. I have a few more Christmas ornaments and Halloween decorations I’m working on and hope to have some samples for Show & Tell. Late

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 09

Greetings I really hate that I missed the annual auction. That’s one of my favorite program/events. I’ve been down in the back for several weeks now’ but I’m just about back to normal. I celebrated by going out to the shop and sticking my finger into a spinning table saw blade. Thanks to the SawStop,

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 08

Greetings I started early on this month’s Splinters and I’m still behind. I’ve been having trouble with my back the last couple weeks and it’s finally gone out. After two days in bed, I can finally sit at the computer for a while. The newsletter must go through! Let’s get started with SPLINTERS. July 2022

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 07

Greetings I trust everyone had a great Independence Day. We had opportunity to get together with family, eat BBQ, and see two different fireworks display. I’m sorry the newsletter is late, it’s been a hectic month. I’ve been chasing my tail all month Let’s better get started with SPLINTERS. June 2022 Meeting Fred Roe, a

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 06

Greetings Well, it doesn’t seem to matter if the 3rd Tuesday falls early or late, I always seem to get caught by surprise. I’d like to give a shout out to Gary Runyan. The programming this year has been excellent! I’m looking forward to the program on duck calls. I’m having a hard time keeping

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 05

Greetings Friday the 13th is my birthday. I’ll be seventy years old. I can tell you getting old is not for sissies. But, as far as I know, there’s no good alternative to getting old. So, I’m praying for good legs, that my back will hold up, my mind will stay clear, and I’ll have

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Newsletter Vol 37 / Issue 04

Greetings I had brunch today (April 11) with Paul Jalbert, Vince Zacardi, and Jack Kincella. We had a little going away gathering for Jack. Several others were supposed to attend but were providentially hindered. This has already been said by several in several different ways, but I’ll add mine. Jack has been a blessing to

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