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Our next meeting will be on May 10th at 7:00 PM in the multi-purpose room at Erskine Academy.  Note that this is NOT the third Wednesday of the month, on which we usually meet.  Al Mather will demonstrate making his nice yarn bowls, which are a popular product that he turns and sells on a wholesale level.  Be sure to bring your recent pieces for our show-and-tell session that follows!

We will also hold a brief business meeting in order to elect a Secretary, Treasurer and At-Large Board Members.  At least the three existing Board members have indicated that they are willing to serve, but all the positions are open for election for anyone interested.  Please consider participating more deeply in our club by running for an office and bringing new ideas and energy into it.  Be sure to indicate your interest to me ahead of time or as we begin the election process.  I did receive an email from current Treasurer Don Caron indicating that he is stepping down, so we will need someone to fill that important role.  We all need to thank Don for his years of vital service to our club!

The Messler Gallery at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine just issued a call for entries for “Maine Wood 2024”.  This is a show for Maine makers only, and is held every other year.  The Maine Woodturners is one of its regular sponsors.  You can learn more and apply here:

If you haven’t visited us before, Erskine Academy is located at 309 Windsor Rd, South China, however the access is off the Arnold Road.  The multi-purpose room is on the far end of the building. Be kind to your fellow wood turners; give them a little space at the meeting and stay home if you’re not feeling well.

Happy Turning!

Dennis Curtis

President, Maine Woodturners

Dennis Curtis




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