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Interest in wood – the satisfaction of shaping its natural beauty into artistic or useful objects – brings WOODCRAFtERStogether. A few WOODCRAFtERS bring a lifetime of working with wood professionally, but most come as hobbyists or homeowners who built or repaired things when necessary. So the wood shop is a place to stay active, to be creative, to make friends, to learn new skills and to share your own experience.WC-Drawers

WS_Res_Svcs    Do you have a table with a loose leg? WOODCRAFtERS craftsmen are ready to repair it. Need a shelf to display the memories of a lifetime? Tell WOODCRAFtERS about it. Missing the assortment of screws that you had to downsize? Come explore the Wall of Drawers.

WOODCRAFtERS has provided ongoing support to Habitat for Humanity by providing cabinets for Habitat projects in the area and by preparing Habitat mailings several times a year. This adds serving the community to the satisfactions of joining WOODCRAFtERS.


All residents of Riderwood Village are eligible to be members of WOODCRAFtERS upon application, completion of a safety briefing and payment of a member fee. The shop manager will schedule the briefing and tour of the shop. The fee, used for shop operating expenses, is due annually.


To apply for membership, print the forms as directed in the following link. Return the signed forms and fee to the Treasurer, Jim Priestley, HS T12.

WOODCRAFtERS Membership Packet:4xJimLucas

Page Contents

1. Instruction Sheet

2. Woodshop Release Form

3. Shop Rules

4. Skills Resume

5. Shop Rules – personal copy

For further information, call the WOODCRAFtERS Shop Manager, Mike Maslak, 315-878-2210


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