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WSWF

Vice President

WSWF

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BRUCE HOOVER DEMO

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Call WSWF President Bob Gerald for more information at 239-369-4638.


Feature 1

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Bob Gerald at City Hall ceremony

On August 4th, 2003, WSWF Vice President Bob Gerald attended a ceremony at City Hall, where he accepted a grant for $4,000 from the City of Ft. Myers. The grant will go for tools and teaching materials for the WSWF educational program under Bob's direction, created for the youth of Ft. Myers. Bob has put an incredible amount of work into the program, and has assembled an able group of instructors to help him represent our organization proudly.


Woodturners of South West Florida Home Page

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Past President: Bob Geraldbobg@sprintmail.com


Members

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Bob Gerald (President) bobg@sprintmail.com


Class of '03 - Lesson #1

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Bob Gerald presents safety and lathe operation instructions.

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If you know of an interested student in the Ft. Myers area, please contact Program Director Bob Gerald at bobg@sprintmail.com, or Club President Barry Finver at bfinver@aol.com for registration information.
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Program coordinator Bob Gerald is working closely with officials involved with youth programs in the City of Fort Myers to spread the word, so that a wide ranging group of young adults can be accommodated in the near future.
As schools are rapidly curtailing the "non-essential" industrial arts courses due to budgetary constraints, programs such as this become more important to the development of artistic and creative talents. Opportunities to experience the traditional supervised apprenticeship in a creative trade have become quite rare, and this program helps to fill that void.
Volunteers from the WSWF for the first week's class included Bob Gerald, Sy Plonsky, John Gerald, Frank & Cheri Bauer, Phil Morgan, and Ernie Dunning.

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