Platter by Russ

January Meeting Highlights

The January meeting was held in Russ’ shop with 12 members in attendance. Russ gave a demonstration on reverse chucking with a padded fixture attached to a four-jaw chuck. A center mark on the bottom of the bowl facilitates centering […]

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December Meeting Highlights

Bill announced that the second AAW Oregon Woodturning Symposium would be held March 17-19 in Albany, Oregon. He attended the last Symposium and found it very worthwhile. More information can be found at: http:// oregonwoodturningsymposium.com Brian suggested that the Guild […]

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November Meeting Highlights

The Guild leadership would like to encourage greater participation by all members of the Guild to revitalize the direction of the group. The following are offered. Search for and arrange for demonstrations by members of other groups, g. Ukiah, Sacramento. […]

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October Meeting Highlights

The President opened a discussion on the future of the Guild and the direction it should take. In keeping with the Guild’s bi-law to mentor new turners, several suggestions were offered, including a short class for new students at the […]

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July Meeting Highlights

The guild members donated 26 items to the Safe Passages silent auction in conjunction with the Mendocino Coast Furnituremakers at the Odd Fellows Hall in Mendocino. Buy Now prices and minimum bids were added to the items. Next year, members […]

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May Meeting Highlights

– Good news to the group!!!! SAFE PASSAGE AUCTION———- The Mendo Furniture Makers will have their show at the Odd Fellows Gallery from July 6- July 29.    They will have a silent auction upstairs. They will be happy to have […]

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April Meeting Highlights

Laura Welter contacted the Guild concerning a summer silent auction to benefit Safe Passage. The consensus is that the event should be held during the music festival and if possible in conjunction with Mendocino Woodworkers show. June 12 will be […]

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