Newsletter- Minutes - July 6, 2006
Members Present - 42
Maryvale High School Woodshop Room 120
Treasure’s Report: by John Paulin
Income: Return from Picnic $50.00 Previous Balance $2,232.19
Expenses: Award $128.33 New Balance $2,180.86
Business Items: 50/50 drawing was won by Ron Karaszewski, $25.00.
The turners 1 club, will co-host this fall’s John Jordan Two Day
Demonstration at the
The Erie County Fair will be held
from Wednesday, August 9th through Sunday, August 20th.
The Turners 1 and Turners 2 will hold their Make-A-Wish charity fundraiser at the fair. Put the dates on your
calendar so you can participate. We'll be in our usual spot on the porch of the
Woodcarvers building. Steve Imerese, Rich Mialki, and Al Schultz are the organizers for the fair fund
raising event this year. You can lend a hand by making items ahead of the fair
as well as "working the booth" at the event. You can make items now
and add them to the stock available for the fair. Al Schultz is collecting fair
sale turnings at the Turners 1 meetings and per his estimate he has about
$7,000 worth of items to sell. Spend a few minutes making things and
dropping them off now so there isn't a mad scramble just before or during the
event. If you need ideas for things to make, visit the fair example
items page on the web. For the last couple of years, we've raised over
$6000 each year for the
Kurt Hertzog reports on the AAW Woodturners
Symposium that eight people from the
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Show & Tell: Thanks for sharing their work to, Muriel Kummer- lidded box, Gail Warzel- wine holders, Pat Boggan- tops, Harry Vogel- turned eggs, Dave Korn- tops for fair, Jim Rupracht- colored bowl, Bob Ball- humming bird feeders, Lance Kanaby- mesquite bowl, & Kurt Hertzog- multi colored pens on cherry pierced bases.
Demo: No demo tonight, Pizza and soda for all. Great job and thanks Jim.
Thursday August 3rd, 2006
Final planning for the fair.
Respectfully, Dick Radel