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    The woodturning club invited the woodworking club Bruce belongs to, to participate in a drawing. Someone is giving up woodworking, gave the wood to the turning club to sell off. Each member who attends will be given a number. When drawn, you will pick out the lot you want and pay for it. The number will be placed in another bowl for the second drawing, etc. until all wood is gone. The wood is all exotic wood, pink ivory, ebony, olive wood, etc. purchased from a well known exotic dealer. It is priced at half price or less. The drawing will be next Saturday. You can view and pick out several lots incase one you want is taken. 80% will go to the owner and 20% to the club. It is being held in a barn and for current members only.

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