Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, March 21 at 1:00 in the Blue Ridge Lounge for our regular business meeting. Visitors and prospective members are welcome. Afterward, we will carpool or walk to Bob Speight’s shop in Connestee. Bob will demonstrate construction of small, mitered-corner treasure boxes using table saw, planer and router. For more information about past and future programs, check out other areas of our our website. For more information on this program, email Doug Kish, VP/program committee chair: email@example.com.
Steve Huter, the host of today’s program, says he is planning some hands-on demonstrations today. He will let us try his new edge bander/trimmer, pocket screw machine and new spray guns.
If you want to use a spray gun, be aware that Steve will have his spray booth in operation. A respirator is probably not necessary, because ventilation will be good and exposure will be brief. However, you are welcome to bring a respirator, if you like.
Vice President/Program Chair
We have a lot going on:
1) First, we have to talk about the community center remodel and our involvement.
We have been asked to make decorative ceiling panels over the bar area.
Every one is needed to build these panels. Discussion and design at the
2) Tucker will talk about a new project. Helping to rebuild a playhouse for the Transylvania County Children’s Center.
3) Talk about where the rest of the money raised at the sharpening event will be donated or used for the projects.
New ideas are what make clubs strong, so bring your ideas to the meeting.
After the discussion, we will travel to Steve Huter’s Shop(carpool).
President in training–Scott Kuba
Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, February 21 at 1:00 in the Blue Ridge Lounge for our regular business meeting. Visitors and prospective members are welcome. Afterward, we will carpool to Giving Tree Cabinets in Cedar Mountain for a tour of Steve Huter’s shop.
Connestee has closed the clubhouse and administrative offices due to unsafe road conditions. Residents have been advised to stay off the roads.
I think it is important that we cancel today’s meeting and reschedule the visit to Giving Tree Cabinets till later in the year.
Woodcrafters will not meet today. The general manager’s office of Connestee Falls has closed the clubhouse where we meet, along with administrative offices and advises residents to stay off the roads, due to icy conditions.
I am optimistic we can reschedule the visit to Giving Tree Cabinets to a date later this year.
Program Committee Chairman
Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, January 17 at 1:00 in the Blue Ridge Lounge for our regular business meeting. Visitors and prospective members are welcome. Afterward, we will carpool to Giving Tree Cabinets in Cedar Mountain for a tour of Steve Huter’s shop. For more information about past and future programs, check out our our website: cfwc.woodpress.com.
COME ONE COME ALL !!!!!!!!
Wow it is cold and you have been inside!!!! Get out and talk with friends. We will be talking about the new renovation of the community center and our project to build
decorative hangings over the bar area. Everyone will have hands on experience.
Also we will be discussing the donation of the $500 remaining in the profits from the sharpening event.
The meeting started at 1:00pm and we talked about the donations. We voted and approved the donation to the Connestee Falls employee’s fund of $500.00. As far as the donation to the scholarship fund, that was tabled till January meeting so the discussion could continue. After the meeting we went to Chuck Kidwell’s shop on Broad Street in Brevard. Chuck is a self taught carver and has developed his own personal carving style. You can tell he loves his work in carving and his artwork shows it.
Thanks to the program committee for setting up all the great adventures we had this past year. We will be having a program committee meeting December 6th at Doug Kish’s house at 1:00pm for next years programs.
Be safe in your travels and have a happy holiday season.
Scott Kuba (president in training)
Last meeting of the year. We are going to meet a woodcarver located right here in Brevard. We are also voting on the funds raised at the sharpening event. I also want to wish every one a happy holiday and to be safe in your travels.
Scott Kuba( president in training)