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Turners 1 January 2012 Meeting

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Meeting PIX

Norm Kosmerl giving the treasurer's report Ward Beaton won the 50/50 - again! Michael Holley from Aspire thanking the club and talking about the Christmas party Sarah Majeski from Aspire discussing the kids Steve Imerese receiving a framed photo taken at Aspire's Christmas party Gene Renzoni giving his thoughts on the club's efforts towards the Aspire party
Jim Cunning talking about the upcoming AAW symposium in San Diego The Aspire photo that shows everyone involved in making it a great party for the kids


Show and Tell Items

Jim Cunning showing us a few bowls he has collected over the years Paul Wilhelm and his walnut bowl Marwin Feldman talking about his bowl and the difficulties he had turning it Ward Beaton showing his bottle stoppers and fridge magnets Dick Radel talking about his turnings Rich Mialki made a tulip poplar bowl
Frank Stanko shows us his cored honey locust bowls Bree talks about the pens she made for her sorority Larry Scaglione also made some excellent pens Bob Ball discusses his process in coming up with some toy carriages for the girls at Aspire Gene Renzoni shows his bowl and door stoppers Rick Lawrence from Turners 2 shows us a pen he turned


Demonstration

Rick Lawrence talking about his segmenting process a single layer of the segmented glue-up Rick discussing how the stack of rings goes together the segments are glued together and awaiting turning Rick talking about how he glues up the corian segments, which is different from wood Showing us a tea light holder
A beautiful cherry bowl An interesting corian bowl A tea light holder made of corian segments seperated by wood A segmented cherry peppermill A very heavy ipe tea light holder A laminated plywood bowl that was cut and reassembled
A smaller cherry bowl A mahogany bowl with a few corian segments A large walnut bowl A mahogany plywood bowl - how did he get that pattern? Another walnut bowl with a lighter wood feature A spectacular segmented maple bowl
An interesting corian dish A large oak bowl with a few corian segments

Photos by Brian Effinger

 


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