Call To Action
Camp Tomah Shinga Needs Items for Online Auction
We have been asked to donate to an auction the camp is having on April 17th. This auction is to raise money for the camp. The club has in the past years went out there in the summer 3-4 times and let the campers turn pens.
There is no limit on the number of items or type of items you can donate. Please when leaving an item fill out a donation sheet that will be on the table by the TV.
Items will be collected at Metro Hardwood. You can come in on an Open Shop date Feb 27, Mar 13 & 27th or if you want to just drop by when they are open, just take the items to the club area and sit them on the shelf behind the tv. If you do not feel comfortable doing this just contact one of the club officers and they can meet you there or at another location. The link below is the donation sheet you can download and pre-fill out if you want to place with the donated item.
The cut off date is March 27th.
If you want to participate in the auction. An online pre-auction will start on April 10th to April 17th to leave bids. Then a live online auction will wrap it all up on the 17th. Detail and links will be forth coming.
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IT”S THAT EASY!
Dues for 2020 will be $20.00.
We are accepting renewal dues now for 2021.
Club Schedule (tentative)
LOOKING FOR DEMOSTRATORS FOR 2021
Show and Tell
Monthly LEARN TO TURN / SKILLS ENHANCEMENT
The intent and purpose of open shop is for any member to be able to come use a lathe and hone your skills or work on a project that you may not be able to perform on your own equipment. Or to simply receive help on any aspect of turning, whether it’s tool usage, work-piece mounting or anything turning related,
Learn to Turn / Skills Enhancement is a great opportunity for any member to come together with other members where we can help each other learn, practice, work on a special project, get to know each other, make connections and share your experience with others that can benefit from it. The best way to learn is by helping others and asking questions, so, take advantage of the experience of others and if we don’t know, we can all learn together.
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help, Mike McReynolds is the project chairman to contact. His contact info is: 816-356-7262 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep turning and be safe. See you at the next available.