Classes will resume in the fall
Each Thursday afternoon training videos will be offered at 1:00 PM
● These videos will be offered through March and will be instructional only.
Thursdays: we are planning hands-on projects we can do together
Sign Up in the clubroom.
Time: 1:00 for all
Suggestions and feedback for future videos or ways to improve the presentations will be greatly appreciated. Please let VP, Ted Collmar know email@example.com
Leather carvers of the month
“Leather worker Mike Copps proudly displays his most recent leather project. Mike and his wife Marty are longtime Montana residents who spend the winter months in their Sun City West home. They are also huge Montana Bobcat fans so are always looking for something to remind them of home.
Mike worked for several months making his 3 dimensional Bobcat wall hanging. Pictured with Mike is Jean Yankowski who helped Mike with the color portion of his creation.
The art of 3 dimensional leather has not been practiced at the Leather Club for several years but seems to be making a comeback thanks to Mike and his hard work.
The Leather Carvers meet at the Kuentz Rec Center every Monday thru Friday beginning at 8:00 am. For more information please call #480-341-2057 or check out the great club web site: scwleathercarversclub.weebly.com
New Comers orientation
Club Items for Sale:
● Kits and items: That were not purchased previously are still for sale. These can be found in the clubroom. They are located on the table near the sewing machines. If interested, come check them out.
● Granite Stones: The club has acquired some, 1” thick stones for home use. Prices vary depending on size, but the larger ones left range from $15 to $35 per stone.
Our Very Own Bird Lady!
She's just 'humming' along!
In March, the ladies of the club thought it might be fun spending an afternoon working on a project. It was suggested they make name tags, since our club name tags can no longer be used.
It turned out to be a very fun afternoon with lots of good humoured teasing and laughter. Some etremely creative name tags were produced.
Everyone enjoyed themselves enough, that another get together will be planned for next fall.
Thank you to Jean, who not only provided her expertise, but also tools, glue, patterns, and paint.
Monitors, Monitors, Monitors
We continue to need monitors!!!
Please sign up to monitor. In order to keep the club open, we must have a monitor.
Members are required to monitor 5 times per year, 2 of which must be in the morning.
This responsibility belongs to all members.
Please do your part!
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To sign up: the monitoring calendar can be found in the club.
During busy months, the schedule may be emailed to members.
“Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others.”
Booker T. Washington
Cobra Class 4