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Old 07-28-2011, 07:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default July Meeting Wrap up

I've been slow to make my final post to this subject because I've been working on getting some pics of the pens.

I want to thank Boyce for hosting a great IAP meeting at the Redstone Craft Shop.

I also want to thank Greg Hight and the guys at Rhino Plastics for sending us some great blanks and polish to use. Everyone who has seen the pens we made with those blanks is blown away with their beauty, I've attached some pics of them.

Finally I want to thank all the people who attended, IAP chapter members and Redstone Woodchippers alike, they made this event what it was. Between the 'Farm-outs' that were brought in and the pens turned at the meeting we came up with over 180 Freedom Pens. The first shipment from that bunch was on the way the week after the meeting.

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Old 07-28-2011, 08:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Steve it was a blast Andrew and I had more fun than should be allowed and I actually got to turn a couple of pens. Glad that many pens got finished and glad I got to help.
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