Cumberland WoodTurners

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The Cumberland Woodturners is a collective of men and women who enjoy the art of

turning wood. Our members range from novice to professional with a common interest

in creating turned art. The goal of the Woodturners is to educate those individuals who

are fascinated by the the various turning techniques and applying them to create a

finished product. Our mentoring program is available to assist others in improving their

skills including tool selection, techniques, wood selection, machine operation and

finishing. Members have access to an extensive library of woodturning DVD s, books,

magazines plus the opportunity to connect with other members who share information.

Our hands on workshop is held the second saturday of each month at 9:00 AM at 1432

War Eagle Drive, in Crossville, TN. where we work with each other to solve problems

train and educate those at all levels of experience. Regular meetings are held the last

thursday of each month at 6:00 PM, social hour is at 5 PM located at 2125 Miller Ave. in Crossville TN. Our meetings feature demonstrations by members or invited guests, auctions plus an instant gallery that features works by the membership who explain the process of creating each example. We have several challenge events with some relating to fund raising for local chairities. The challenge of the month focuses on duplicating the item demonstrated the previous month with examples presented in the instant gallery. In addition, we will have special challenges throughout the year with the proceeds going to a selected chairity. Dues are $30 yearly for an individual and $45 for family. Join us at either the workshop or the regular meeting to get better acquainted with our club.

Club Information

President- Tom Neckvatal

Vice President - Larry Lewis

Secretary - Rod Smith

Treasurer - Garron Riechers

Program Director - Larry Lewis

Safety Director - The Vice President

Librarian - Gail Hagenbach

Video - Rod Smith

Web Master - Rod Smith

Beads Of Courage - Drue Hogland