Don Vanderveer built this cherry flag box to hold the flag from the casket of his former mother-in-law who passed in May. The box’s bottom is attached with screws to allow the flag to be easily loaded in.
Jean Disinger was one day shy of 98 when she passed. A Navy veteran and Daughter of the American Revolution (DAR), Jean raised her eight children in Baldwinsville. She was a special lady and often accompanied Sue (daughter) & Don and Barb (daughter) & Dave Stowe to the annual Family Picnic generally held in August.
Mike Vecellio continues to turn a diverse selection of items with blanks created using a variety of glue-up processes. Shown are two ice cream scoops using Ikea scoops for the end (now available via mail); a segmented blank bottle opener; a pen from an Alumilite blank he created; a bowl and top created from blanks generated with the Wedgie Sled he created based on plans he downloaded from the Seg-Easy website (segeasy.com).
Rod Castle turned 5 Pens for Troops using a variety of laminated cut-offs from his peppermills.
The club continues its participation in this program sponsored by Woodcraft. This is our 7th year participating and we expect to complete nearly 400 pens to add to the 1356 completed by members since 2014!
Charlie LaPrease turned these two 6.5” tall thin-stemmed natural edge goblets after watching the Rudy Lopez live demonstration during the AAW Virtual Symposium on July 10th. As Charlie said, the virtual symposium allowed him to try out the technique shown by Rudy the same evening.
Charlie did not recreate the bend Rudy generates with a peg board but he let the bend happen naturally as the freshly cut branch dried. Rudy's board is below.