Next Meeting : Monday Apr. 2 Jimmy Matthews's Shop
Scroll Saw Demonstration. (Jim Thorp)
Dues Due for 2018
They remain a bargain at $35 per year! We use dues to support the association. They pay for monthly door prizes, and some paid speakers . We will also have to have some money to keep our website up and going. So if you have not already paid your 2017 dues, contact the Treasurer , Donnie Lee. To be eligible for a door prize, you have to be a paid member. The club thanks you for your interest and support!
Equipment for Sale
Members looking for Equipment please check the web page "Equipment for Sale". If you have equipment that you want to sell, please submit photos along with a description to the Webmaster for publishing on this site. Equipment will remain on the web site for 90 days. Contact Webmaster if longer is needed.
Active members who have provided their contact information are entitled to a 10% discount on all non-powered merchandise in the Klingspor catalog except for those items already discounted. Members may order online after creating a user name and password at www.woodworkingshop.com or call a customer service representative for assistance at 828-327-7263.
Active members with a valid coupon are entitled to a 10% discount on all merchandise excluding power tools. Contact the Club President for the discount coupons. The coupons are valid for 30 days from date of issue.
DVD's for Sale
Sliver Chest – 3 disks $12.50
Building A Canoe – 1 disk $5.00
Bowl Turning Demo – 1 disk $5.00
Fitting a Drawer – 1 disk $5.00
Wall Cabinet – 2 disks $10.00
Live Edge Table – 1 disk $5.00
Pencil Post Bed – 3 disks $12.50
Queen Anne Table – 5 disks $20.00
Building a Demilune Table- 2 disks - $10.00
The above programs are available on DVD. The prices shown are generally based on the number of disks and the proceeds less the cost of the disks are used to amortize the cost of the camera. The original intent of this effort was that once the cost of the equipment was recovered the Club would maintain a “loaner” copy of each disk that would be made available to any member in good standing free of charge. We are about half way there at this point, so support your local sheriff. Personal copies may still be purchased but since it is very labor intensive to convert and transfer the files from the camera to DVD the cost to do so will likely be more than what the Club is presently charging. One other thing; In addition to standard definition our camera is capable of producing an excellent high definition picture, not so much with the sound maybe. The recordings are generally made in high definition and any issues with picture quality is due to the inadequacies of the cameraman. We have had a couple of instances where the disks would not run on some older players. They will run on any blu-ray or high definition DVD player. They may not run on some older DVD players and they will not run on a CD player. If you have an older player and would prefer to have standard definition disks be sure to mention this when ordering but keep in mind that picture quality will be compromised.