Monday Night Recap, November 7, 2022


Welcome – Live and Zoomers:
Remember: name badges on, phones off at meetings!!

There will be a general meeting at BUSY BEE some-time in the new year! Let us know if there are particular vendors that you would like to see brought in.

LOTTO Janice Prebblereports that the group won!! won one free play 🙁

We may be getting a new club laptop for zooming and AV work

Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday Dec 12 in our usual meeting room. Review of the year and plans, constitution and bylaws, election of executive, any new motions properly presented, PLAN TO ATTEND!

Proposed amendments to DWC constitution are now past due. You can find our constitution and bylaws on our website.

We DO NEED an ‘Elections Officer’ to run our elections at the AGM – YOU could volunteer!! Also, who are you going to nominate for being on the next executive?

The DWC clothing/apparel program is in full swing and the order has now been placed! Can’t wait to see those sharply dressed DWCers.

If you are involved in any upcoming shows let us all know! Member Steve Hutcheon will have some work in craft and art show at the Newcastle Marina Clubhouse this weekend – NOV 12 from 10 till 4.

longtime DWC member Rick Sullivan has passed. A celebration of life will be held this Sunday Nov 13th 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Durham Police Association Building, southwest corner of Conlin Rd and Thickson Rd.

Bernie Visser is looking to borrow (for next weeks presentation) the following hand planes: a #62 low angle jack plane; # 60 ½ a low angle block plane.

DUES are due on or before January first. Pay yours at or before the AGM and you could win back $80. Contact Mike Beaton

Community Activities

Back Door Mission: donations continue to be needed- contact Chad Shaw or Calvin Perry for details.

Wig Stands: keep making them!! wood available from the shop once it re-opens.


Dan Norton did a presentation on making a large natural edge maple and epoxy river table. Thanks Dan!

Gallery, Show & Tell

Noel Green showed several bowls turned from ambrosia maple, birch and walnut.

Calvin Perry showed an eastern red cedar ‘egg cup’ and several bowls from juniper.

Mike Beaton showed a soapstone carving of an elephant.

Next Meeting Monday, NOV 14th. see you there!


Tony J. Won the draw to buy the Rikon lathe. Ivan N. Won the router and sander, Calvin P. Won the solder tool, Chris L. Won the drill. More sales might be coming in the new year…