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     Rick Webster mesq. rolling pens and rosewood and aloha wood pens Jason Habby, three first pieces done with Uel Clanton Joel Haby, mesquite and turquoise bowl Jerry deGroot natural edged square bowl New turner, Rick Webster showed us two mesquite rolling pens and some pencils of rosewood and aloha wood. These are his early efforts and he seems to be getting a good start. Like  Joel Haby who brought Jason, his son, to show three pieces Jason made on a visit with Uel Clanton, who has taught and helped a lot of us. Joel also showed a nice mesquite bowl with turquoise inlay. Jerry DeGroot decided to turn natural and square at the same time and brought a bowl to illustrate.
Tom Canfield bradford pear crotch vase Tom Canfield, square maple bowl with limed mahogany lid and pear with walnut finial top George Taylor double dyed box elder bowl Ken Morton big leafed maple box

Tom Canfield showed a crotch vase of Bradford pear he kept oil sealed one year before trimming the edge. He also had a lidded box of Bradford pear with a walnut finial and a square Maple bowl with a limed mahogany lid. George Taylor showed a twice dyed bowl of box elder. Ken Morton, to celebrate his freedom, showed a big leaf maple lidded box.