Special Notices for Members
Membership fees due Now
Members are reminded that membership subs are due now. Please see John Benson at the General Meetings
Members are reminded that they need to be signed off on the machine they intend to use. If you haven't completed the training on the machine DO NOT USE IT. Certification training is available during the Hands On Meeting.
Radial Arm Saw
The board has decided to sell the clubs Radial Arm Saw. Any member that is interested in purchasing this machine, should subbmit their offer in writing to Steve Bell. The highest offer will win - if you have any questions please contact Steve Bell
Here are some pictures of the Club's volunteers, led by the indefatigable Bill Wright, collecting a Peppercorn tree from New Lambton Heights. Thanks to all who helped. These volunters managed to get 3 Silky oak logs plus this one all in one morning which will add significantly to the Clubs stock of milling logs. These mainly older Members would love to hear from some of our younger members who could join in these activities. See Bill Wright if you can help.
Photo John Donn
New Format for Hands On
On Tuesday the 16th May the Hands On will take on a different format. We are asking members to bring in a piece they are working on or something they want to make such as a pen, vase, candle stick, bowl etc.
Members can then offer advice or help with the project.
Hope to see you there 6.00 pm start. Shop will also be open.
WOTH Board members
click here to see Page 2 of Turnabout
CLUB SHOP OPENING TIMES
Club Shop opening hours are as follows:
General Meeting nights 5.30pm-7.00pm
Hands-on Nights 5.30pm-7.00pm
2nd Saturday of the Month 10.00am-11.00am
4th Sunday of the Month 10.00am-11.00am
Monthly Luncheon - Every third Tuesday of each month
See page 7 of the Turnabout by clicking here
Members are reminded that these lunches are a great way to meet up with other members in a social setting.
Dates are included in our full calendar (and also below) but it is essential that you notify Des Bakewell on the 4th tuesday of each month as to your attendance.
This will enable Des to book numbers for that months venue
Safety and Competence Training
Members are reminded that Tablesaw and Drum Sander competence is best learned "on the Job" in a
boxmaking course. Not only will you learn to use these tools correctly and safely, but you can make
a great item for the Club to sell at the markets.
Ian, Greg, Richard and Steve will be pleased to give you the benefit of their vast experience.