Woodworkers Club News

Jay Rosenlof

Is the smell of fresh-cut wood, the sound of wood cutting or sanding tools, or the sight of a beautiful woodgrain a thrill? Then you are probably a great appreciator of woodworking and all the challenges it brings.

Are you a woodworker, a wood enthusiast, or have plans to begin working with wood? Do you have a project in mind and do not know where to start? Need help with cutting, shaping, or processing wood or plywood? If so, you should consider joining the new SaddleBrooke Woodworkers Club.

As a relatively new club in SaddleBrooke, we are recruiting new members and encouraging our existing members to participate in our monthly meetings. Our club focuses on offering repair, help, and woodworking with other club members. We meet once a month on the first Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m. This month’s meeting is in the Catalina Room (Mountainview Activity Center).

This coming month’s meeting is to hear more about the proposed woodworking shop in the new SaddleBrooke One Community Center. This building is still several years in the future, but there is real progress underway to have a wood shop. Our club is preparing for a possible shop. Join us to find out more.

For all of you homeowners, our club is offering help with repairs, as well as new projects. Our members have been involved in repairs of broken chairs, tables, cabinet doors, drawers, some refinishing, and other different challenges, along with building new cabinets, bookcases, and other endeavors. If you need some woodworking help, contact us, and one of our members will do their best to help.

If you want to get involved or want to contact us, email [email protected].