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    Washington Eoodworkers' Guild meeting of interest

    The Washington Woodworkers' Guild is having a meeting that may be of interest to SAPFM members and we are invited to attend. The speaker is Dave Petit (you may have met him at the last VA SAPFM meeting at Jeff Headley’s). He is the woodworking interpreter at Old Bedford Village in Bedford...
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    Spring meeting update

    Our second presenter for the Spring meeting April 26 will be Jeff Fleisher, VA member and teacher.  Jeff teaches at Woodcraft and at NBSS.  His presentation will be on chip carving for furniture making.  You can see his work at:  www.jeffswooddesigns.com.  VA chapter members and other interested...
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    VA Chapter Spring 2014 meeting date

    Plans are coming together for the 2014 Spring meeting.  The Date will be April 26 and the location will be the Leesburg, VA Woodcraft Store.  The featured presentor will be Tod Herrli, planemaker, teacher and SAPFM member.  We are still working on the rest of the program and possible activities...
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    Save the date! VA Chapter Fall Meeting

    The Virginia Chapter will hold its fall meeting November 9 at the Headley and Sons Cabinet Shop in Berryville, VA.  Jeff and Steve have agreed to host the meeting and George Walker, columnist for Popular Woodworking, will be a presenter.  More information will be available soon.  Contact Bob...
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    Death of Alan Chase

    Long time SAPFM member Alan Chase died early Wednesday after a short illness.  Alan was an enthusiastic woodworker and ardent SAPFM supporter.  He had a post here on the website as recently as March 28 planning his next project.  He will be missed by all who knew him.  A memorial service will be...
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    Don McConnell's new plane video

    I just finished watching Don McConnell's new video on traditional molding planes, briefly reviewed in the latest Newsletter.  What a treat!  Watching Don work his way through a dozen planes creating several different simple and complex moldings in cherry was great.  The title is really a...
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    Woodworking School of the Shenandoah - First class

    Jeff Headley and Steve Hamilton completed the first class of their new venture last week and I wanted to let SAPFM members know that it was a real success.  Under Jeff and Steve's watchful eyes three of us left on Friday evening with nearly complete tables with only minimal clean up and...
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