You recall that Charlie and Frances have gone through a rough patch in the
last couple of months. First he was (unethically and probably illegally) let
go by Woodcraft, then their house caught fire, and now they are moving back
to Virginia. They've recovered from the fire and the insurance has provided
new appliance, etc., BUT they lost a lifetime collection of Christmas
ornaments. A couple of months ago I posted a call for ornaments and have
received a couple of commitments. Dave Balderstone has sent one forward to
me, and I have another.
So howsa boutit, folks? Make or buy an ornament for one of our most
respected members and send it to me, and I'll ship them all to a good home
in time for the trimming. It needn't be extravagant, just something in the
spiritof the season to let these good folks know you're thinking of them.
Email for my address.
Failure is not an option
But it is a possibility
This has been repeated on the woodturning newsgroup, and there are 8-10
people working on ornaments. This includes a gent just laid off by Macroloft
(sp?--evidently some computer place in Seattle) who is designing one now
with his wife.
Get on the bandwagon, folks--it's for a good cause.
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