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our Annual Christmas potluck supper and gift exchange


December 13, 2017

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

in the Cafeteria of Erskine Academy

Our next meeting is 13th of December 2017 in the Cafeteria of Erskine Academy.

Come join us for at 6:00 pm.

What to  bring?  A  spouse, or s guest, or some sort of other person(s).

Our Christmas  cake is provide.

Just please bring an appetizer, or a main or side dish.

The gift exchange.  Guests should bring a gift to exchange as well as members.

This is a Yankee swap,

so the person who drew the #1 gets their pick in the end.

Please don’t spend a lot of money.  Suggested categories might be –

  • thoughtful
  • corny
  • something unwanted
  • A left over from previous gift exchanges,
  • Something Christmasy
  • Wood in various shapes and sizes
  • Wood in various stages of finishing.

You get the idea- so lets’ have some fun and fellowship starting at 6:00 pm on Dec. 13, 2017

Remember it is a Wednesday night.





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 a dedicated group of folks who share an abiding passion for turning.

A local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners.

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Have you ever seen a woodturning video that you’d like  other members to watch and maybe comment about, but you didn’t know how to share the information?

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Open the “Ask Me a Question” Tab insert the necessary information, copy the web site address (URL) from the web site to this email and send it.

You’ll find it under the “RESOURCES” tab and the “VIDEO LINKS” page.

Just to start us off here are three Videos on:

Shear Scrapping.

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