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Another Case of the Lifted Mailing List

Discussion in 'AAW Information' started by Vaughn, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. Garmar

    Garmar

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    NOt an excuse Ed, just fact. I doubt we have 126 adults in my community of age to partake in woodturning as a hobby/interest. Why don't you come up here and see what I'm talking about. I'd enjoy your company.
     
  2. Vaughn

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    I'm not sure I see how the school woodshop has any bearing on the potential for a woodturning club. I'd guess the average age at my club to be well over 50 years old. I think most of the guys are probably out of school by now. ;) You may not be able to find 126 interested turners in your community, but there still might be enough for a club.
     
  3. Ed Davidson

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  4. Garmar

    Garmar

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    I've been there Ed, its a great club. They meet during the week and its impossible to attend and still do the work thing. I will be retiring next July, maybe that will work out.
     
  5. glenkey

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    Hope so, we have a lot of good people here in Tulsa, always willing to lend a hand, when asked.:cool2:
     

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