December 11th Christmas potluck.
“Time to carve your ornament for the ornament exchange."
Do your Christmas shopping at our carving meetings on Tuesdays, also at our Annual meeting.Their will be a table set up for anyone to sell items for Christmas gifts; so bring in your items to sell or show.
Coming up December 11th is our annual Christmas potluck and ornament exchange, at our regular meeting place at St. Timothy’s church hall at 962 Piney Way, Morro Bay.
Carving at 9:00 am, lunch at noon, meeting and ornament exchange after lunch. Please bring a dish of your choice. We have ovens, microwave, and a refrigerator in the kitchen. The club will furnish beverages, cups and napkins, members are asked to bring their own dishes and utensils. As before, spouses and children are also invited.
All are welcome to bring something for our tables for show-and-tell, a craft, a hobby, anything of interest you would like to share with the rest of us, and a For Sale table, any carvings, wood, or tools for sale.
We will also have our ornament exchange. If you would like to participate, bring a hand-carved ornament in order to receive one. For the benefit of all the new members, upon arrival, you will give your ornament to the head elf (Pat Rygh), your ornament will be given a number then hung on our Christmas tree. After lunch, everyone who contributed will then draw a number. Pat will chose an ornament from the tree and call out the number. The person who has that number receives that ornament.
After lunch, we will have a business meeting regarding activities for 2019 as well as suggestions that would enhance our club. We will be looking for suggestions for four workshops (one per quarter), also a subject for our carving raffle at our annual show and more. The annual election of officers for the following year will also be held.
2019 dues are due. They are still only $10. Cash or a check payable to Central Coast Carvers should be given to Tom Nickelson, our Treasurer, to keep your active status on our roster.
Any thing I forgot let me know !!!!
Our 2018 Carving Show Chairman is George Newell.
Thank you George for all that you did at last years show.
The theme for the raffle at our 2018 Sept. carving show in Cambria Vets hall is carvers' choice.
Then the floor was open to members for work shops and classes for the coming year :
CLASSSES. DATE. Instructor
1 : Carving a sea Otter. Jan. 16 & 23. Scot Lang
2 : Feather carving Feb. 13 & 20. Dick Marshall
3 : Spoon carving. May 1, 8, & 15. Jerry Graybill & Kristen Bachman
4 : Bark carving. July ???? ED Zirbel
5 : Face stick carving. Aug. 7. Matt Pomerico
6 : Owl carving. Oct. ????? Pat Rygh
7 : Face carving in wood on a one to one class with Dave Dignam. (See Dave)
Small Otter ornament carvings for give away at carving show and others to be announced .
Some class dates and time to be announced.
The Silent Auction Carving for the show will be a Nativity scene
Everyone is welcome to do a part of the Nativity scene, see Matt Pomerico or any officer at our meetings on Tuesday.
For an extra day of carving, everyone is welcome to come the 2nd Saturday of every month at the Paso Robles Pioneer Museum from 1pm till 4 pm with Matt Pomerico’s group.
The Ornament exchange closed our meeting with our " Head Elf of 29 years on the job" Pat Rygh handing out about 34 great ornaments, what a great time.
Our 2018 club dues ($10.00) are due in January. Please keep your dues up to date. Dues can be handed to Tom Nickelson at a meeting or mailed to:
75 Alydar Place
Paso Robles, Ca. 93446
We hope to see all members that can’t attend our weekly carving.
The officers wished everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
be happy carving and Happy Holidays to all.