D-Way Tools, Boxmaster Tools offers discount to club members
Our sponsors and fellow club members Jimmie and Cindy Allen are offering a 10 percent discount on D-Way and Boxmaster turning tools for club members only.
If you are a member in good standing, you should have received an email message from OPCAAW on July 3 that gives the information, including the coupon code necessary to get the discount when ordering online from D-Way. This is not a sale offered to the public, and is another benefit of membership in our club.
To be included in our meetings and in special benefits for members, be sure the club has your current contact information.
Meeting online in response to coronavirus
Because of social distancing requirements, the OPCAAW Board has determined that upcoming regular club meetings will take place online via Zoom until further notice.
All members will receive email invites containing the link to access our meetings. See our calendar for more details.
If you have paid your dues for 2020 and did not receive an invitation to our June zoom meeting, it means we don’t have a correct email address for you. If that’s the case, email our Vice President for Public Relations with your correct contact information.
The coronavirus situation will be monitored by the Board and the club will continue to meet online until we are convinced that gatherings of 75 people or more are once again safe.
Our chapter of the American Association of Woodturners comprises more than 120 members of all skill levels from Kitsap, Mason, Jefferson and Clallam counties in Washington State.
Our more experienced members place a high priority on helping novice turners in a variety of ways including an official mentoring program, casual advice, and hands-on workshops.
Top regional turners such as Molly Winton, Stephen Hatcher, Art Liestman and Don McIvor and accomplished club members such as Tones Briggs, Norm Hix, Dan Marler and Brad Stave have conducted demonstrations at club meetings in the past few years.
The purpose of OPCAAW, as stated in our bylaws, is to:
- Promote the art and craft of woodturning in our community
- Conduct regular membership meetings with suitable programs, activities and demonstrations related to the woodturning craft
- Engage in other activities such as turning instruction or cooperative acquisition and use of the materials and tools for woodturning, and
- Maintain a lending library for members.