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Oct 03, 2022
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Oct 04, 2022
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Oct 05, 2022
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Oct 06, 2022
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Oct 07, 2022
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Oct 08, 2022
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Oct 09, 2022
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Oct 10, 2022
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Oct 11, 2022
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Oct 12, 2022
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Oct 13, 2022
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Oct 14, 2022
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Oct 15, 2022
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Oct 16, 2022
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Oct 17, 2022
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Oct 18, 2022
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Oct 19, 2022
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Oct 20, 2022
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Oct 21, 2022
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Oct 22, 2022
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Oct 23, 2022
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Oct 24, 2022
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Oct 25, 2022
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Oct 26, 2022
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Oct 27, 2022
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Oct 28, 2022
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Oct 29, 2022
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Oct 30, 2022
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ArtWalk - Shop Closed For Work

The 2022 ArtWalk will be 22 and 23 October. The Shop will be closed for work and only open for ArtWalk sales. Extra tables will be brought in to increase Shop display area to maximize displays and sales. A watchbill will be posted for sign-ups to have sufficient Monitors on hand to support the sales. This is a major event for the Shop. All Monitors are encouraged to assist over these two days.


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Posted: 05 Oct 2022
SBRWWC BOARD MEETING 9/29/2022 
enfeedia RSS feed publisherThe meeting was called to order at 4 PM. The following Board members & Advisors were present: Mark Prose, President; Russ Hardy, Treasurer; Dennis Briels, Secretary, & Charlie Anderson, Monitor Co-ordinator. Advisors: Dan Carter, John Gordon, Ed Valdez, & Scott Saxon were present. Board member and Vice President Jeff Hansen was absent. Advisors: Ed Cheszek, Tom Marshall, Ron Gustafson, Ron Hilbert & were absent.

The following Agenda items were discussed:

Russ Hardy gave the Financial update: Cash-on-hand is $10,487.00. Checking: $6,485, & Savings:$4,002. We are expecting to pull in another $1,600 in income this year (most of which will come from the 10% commissions during the Art Walk, Christmas window purchases & Machine Orientations). We are expecting to spend another $2,100 for purchases we have been putting off, or replacement of machine parts, etc. Still, given that, we still projecting that we will maintain the $2,000 in the checking & put ... read RSS feed item.

Posted: 05 Oct 2022
SBRWWC General membership meeting 9/29/2022 
enfeedia RSS feed publisherGENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING - Called to order at 5 PM

Additional items: Boards Members & Advisors were introduced to the new members. The new people that are not ‘Officially’ Members yet, must pay the current $50 partial fee for the rest of this year in order to qualify for the $75 RENEWAL rate for 2023. Otherwise, it is $100 as a new member in 2023...

There was a VERY GOOD turn out (27) for this meeting. We are grateful to have so many Members involved in the development of the SBRWWC.

Shop safety & security. Mark Prose discussed personnel & equipment safety. The SawStop table saws DO NOT like metal, wet wood or FINGERS. Should you allow ANY of these to touch the blade while it is in motion, the mechanism INSTANTLY SIEZES the blade. Dennis Briels noted that after telling EVERY Member multiple times over the years in EVERY class - he did it himself about two weeks ago. He went t sweep away a piece of scrap from the blade and it had not completely stopped ... read RSS feed item.