San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association
Our 28th Year of bringing Woodworkers together
Volume 28 July 2009 Newsletter Issue 5
The Next Meeting is 7pm, July 29th
at the Al Bahr Temple, 5440 Kearny Mesa Rd.
Behind the Hampton Inn
For the July program we have five of the woodworkers who were part of the "Forms in Wood and Fiber" show at the
Mingei last year. They are Gene Blickensaff, Russ Filbeck, Patrick Edwards, Brett Allen Hesser and Del Cover. We
will begin by showing a special video that was produced for the Mingei that profiles these 5 people, their work
philosophy and their shops. This video was made by Emmy winning videographer Suzanne Bartole Owen. Afterwards
we will have a panel discussion from the five woodworkers with an open question and answer session for the
analysts. This will be a great opportunity to meet these people or ask them whatever you want about their work.
See you there,
Del Cover, Program Chairman
Once again we have 10 great prizes for this month's raffle. Whenever possible we try to shop at our sponsor's stores
taking advantage of the sales and SDFWA discounts.
We appreciate the generous response for the raffle at the May meeting aboard the Maritime Museum ship Ferryboat
Soooo!...Please come early and BUY lots of raffle tickets, sales begin at 6:30. All of the money goes directly for
acquiring bigger, better and a wider variety of prizes.
1. 6" bench grinder 6. DeWalt 1/4 sheet and Random Orbital Sander
2. Makita Hypoid Saw 7. DeWalt 12v Drill Driver
3. Router Lift Table Insert 8. Freud variable speed Router Combo
4. Gordon & Co Block Plane 9. Craftsman 10" Table Saw
5. Sears 6 gal vac 10. Bucket of goodies
Jim Bradbury, Raffle Committee Chair, email@example.com
If while visiting one of our sponsors and you notice that there are no SDFWA applications displayed, please contact
Jim Bradbury, firstname.lastname@example.org or 858-586-12200
August Shop Tour
Who: Mitch Talcove
What: Open House at Tropical Exotic Hardwoods of Latin America
When: August 1, 2009, 1-4 pm (afternoon!)
Where: 2270 Camino Vida Roble Suite "B", Carlsbad, CA. 92011
Mitch Talcove is the proprietor and founder of Tropical Exotic Hardwoods, a unique specialty hardwoods dealer since
1972. Although normally closed Saturday afternoon, Mitch has agreed to open their warehouse as a special event for
SDFWA members only.
The purpose of this open house is to introduce members to an excellent resource for rare and unique woods at
discounted prices. All of the large and varied inventory will be 10% off, and, in addition, many specials will be offered at
Tropical Exotic Hardwoods has an exceptionally interesting spectrum of novel woods, both in species and form. They
carry over 100 different woods, including familiar and exceptional tropicals, and unusual domestics, but don't handle
standard domestic furniture woods (e.g. oak, maple, walnut). They specialize in the unique, carrying a wide variety of
lumber, billets, turning stock, slabs, logs, etc. It's enjoyable just nosing around in the nooks and crannies of the
warehouse, and there is always something new and interesting (or old and interesting!) in the way of an unfamiliar
wood, uniquely figured wood, or other type of one-of-a-kind find.
The Tropical Exotic Hardwoods web address is below; give it a look! http://www.anexotichardwood.com/
Getting there from I-5: Take Palomar Airport Rd. exit east to Camino Vida Roble (~2.5mi), turn right and 2270 will be
on your left in about one mile. Bear left as you enter the driveway to reach Suite B. From Hwy 78, go south on Rancho
Santa Fe Road (~1.5mi), turn right onto San Marcos Blvd, proceed (~3mi) to El Camino, turn left and then right (~.5mi)
onto Camino Vida Roble. Building 2270 is ~0.4mi on the right; bear left as you enter the driveway. See map below.
Any questions? Contact me!
Dave Henry, 760-753-2484, mailto:email@example.com
2009 Fall Seminar
This year we are privileged to have Phil Lowe as our seminar speaker. Phil is an experienced lecturer and speaker.
His school, the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts, offers hands-on classes in all facets of traditional furniture making.
He has been professionally woodworking since 1968 and is the author of many articles in Fine Woodworking
Magazine. He will be teaching the art of traditional chair making. No matter the style of chair you want to make, the
techniques are the same. Phil will show us how to design, build and fit a chair as he actually constructs the parts and
assembles one on stage. Phil is featured in the "Time Life" series on woodworking and in videos with The Taunton
Press on "Carve a Ball and Claw Foot," "Making a Sheraton Bed," and most recently, "Measuring Furniture for
Reproduction.” His teaching experience includes ten years (1975 -1985) as an instructor at Boston's North Bennett
Street School, where he was department head for the latter five. Since 1985, Phil has operated a furniture making and
restoration shop in Beverly, MA, producing work for the private sector and museums throughout North America. In
1997, Phil started The Furniture Institute of Massachusetts that offers hands-on classes in all facets of traditional
furniture making. Phil has been a visiting instructor and demonstrator at various schools and woodworking
organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
Seating is limited so sign up early to guarantee a seat.
Ed Gladney, Seminar Chair
DESIGN IN WOOD
Design in Wood – A Great Success for 2009
This year’s Exhibition was a success on several fronts: We broke all records with set up; had great entries; stiff
competition for the awards; and by all indications from the comments by the public, the best attraction of the Fair and
best attended. Fair attendance exceeded 1.25 million.
I want to express my thanks to everyone who helped with Design in Wood 2009. Through the efforts of the Seaside
Scrollers – Don and Mary Lee Lester, Karen Kaminski, Ron Unkerfer, Evie Aring, and Fernanda Brown - and my staff,
we were able to win the theme award between the exhibits departments. It was too bad that Don passed before
seeing his work win the award.
The lighting for this year’s exhibit was directed by Don Spangler. He was also responsible for the closed circuit TV’s,
the security of the Sam Maloof Tribute, and the XM radio piped throughout the exhibit. To all my staff: Ron Rossi,
Martin Ruch, Al DeVries, Tom Johnson, Ed Gladney, Sharon Pierce, Beryl Johnson, Dale Stauffer, Carl Drake, Don
Spangler, Doug Parker, Glen Weischedel, Tom Henderson, Warren Stehle – A JOB WELL DONE.
To all of you who assisted in set up and take down – THANK YOU.
To all who entered or volunteered during the Fair walking the floor or working in the shop – A HUGE WELL DONE.
To Rhoda Keegan for all your last minute work to produce the wonderful catalog – THANK YOU SO MUCH.
To Doug Murphy and Eric Lunde for setting up the web site for signups for volunteering – IT WORKED PERFECTLY.
To the Violin makers and Scroll Saw booth, who provided evening demonstrations - THANK YOU FOR HELPING
MAKE THIS A GREAT EXHIBIT.
The responses from the exhibitors as they came to pick up their pieces were extremely positive. Everyone was
grateful to the Association for co-sponsoring the event and very appreciative of what we do.
Finally, the members of the public, and there were so many we couldn’t count, who came by our information desk and
thanked us for what we do with the exhibit. Many of those said it has become the one thing they come to the Fair for.
It is extremely gratifying for my staff and me to hear these comments. I want you all to feel that pride. This year I
would like to give a special thanks to Tom Johnson and Al DeVries of my staff who went the extra mile to “WOW” the
many people who came to see Design in Wood.
Lastly, to my Committee, Scrollers, Maritime Museum, Turners, Carvers, Judges, our Photographer, Andy Patterson,
and his assistant, Lynn Rybarczyk, the Web Master and our Volunteer Coordinators, Doug Murphy and Eric Lunde,
and to Chuck and Sharon Anderson for letting us meet at their residence for our monthly meetings – THANK YOU
A lot of preparation goes into Design in Wood. To everyone, no matter how small or large your participation, please
accept my sincere gratitude for A JOB WELL DONE.
With my deepest appreciation.
SDFWA, Chairman, Shows & Exhibits
SD County Fair, Coordinator, Design in Wood
THANK YOU to Bob Stevenson, who Wowed Fair visitors to the Design In Wood exhibit with his docent tours and
evening demonstrations and to Janet Stevenson who's tireless behind the scenes work helped bring the exhibit
Without Bob's guidance the DIW would not be the exhibit it is today.
Ron Rossi, Assistant Coordinator, Design In Wood, Newsletter Editor
NOTES FROM THE CABINET SHOP MASTER
The San Diego Fair 2009 Design In Wood Show will be over by the time this is published. It has been a good year with
many lessons to be learned.
I want to thank all the volunteers who helped set up and take down the shop and who worked in the shop.
Special thanks goes to some people who worked behind the scenes preparing chair parts:
Ed Ducharme Cutting out the seats
David Barnhart Cutting glue blocks
John Wilkinson Cutting aprons, rungs, and front legs
Tom Henderson Cutting crest rails
Ed Gladney & Dale Stauffer Machining aprons, rungs, and front legs
Jerry Pendzick Cutting out back legs
Bob Stevenson & Tom Henderson Machining the back legs
Now that the chairs are assembled, they will be made ready for distribution for finishing (an oil finish) at the July
meeting. I really don't want to have to beg members to take a couple of chairs home and finish them up, an instruction
sheet will be provided. So now I'm begging...please check them out before the meeting.
Oh, by the way, the finished chairs should be returned at the September meeting or I'll even take them at the fall
seminar. It is best to start finishing right away.
Martin Ruch, Shop Master
Since our last report the following toys & chairs have been completed:
42 Baby Cribs Sets Jerry’s Toy Group 775 Cars Chuck Goldsmith
50 WWII Jeeps Jerry’s Toy Group 12 Crib Doll Sets Barbara Moyer
25 Cameras Jim’s Toy Group 26 Tractor/ Wagons Terry Stolzoff
17 Cars Chuck Aulgur
Our toy, chair, & table production total for 2009 is 1594. Many thanks to all for contributing your skill, time and effort to
bring our toy program to the needy. We are making a lot of kids happy this year
Wood Needed for Toy making: We need Baltic birch plywood in 1/8”, ¼”, 3/8”, ½” thicknesses; minimum size of 8” x
13”. Please bring to our club meetings. Thank you.
Roger Solheid, Toy Program Chairman
DESIGN IN WOOD
Winning Entry's from Members
Pete Campbell Michael Lorch Ken Cowell
"Smooth" "Pele's Eyes" Calabash Bowl "Vessel-#901"
Virgil Krueger Tom Edwards Tom Thorton
"YAAAH" Breaching Whale "Bowl" "4 Drawer Jewelry Box"
Russ Filbeck Andrew Zimmerman Brian Carnett
"Tigar Maple" Rocking Chair" "Barking to the Blues Acoustic Guitar" "Levichest"
"Natural Edge Hollow Form" "Hollow Vessel"
Tom Christenson Jason Lane
"Lingerie Dresser" "Display Table" "Bow Tie" Lectern
Thomas Nordstrom Viki Hennon
"Chest of Drawers" "Louis Falls Coffee Table"
Sue Spray Del Cover
"The Cube Rocker" "Balboa Park Bench"
"High Performance Touring & Cruising Kayak"
Wants and Disposals
As you all know, the Wants & Disposals is open only to current members that want to Buy, Sell, or Trade equipment or supplies. It
is not for commercial ads. To list an item, please e-mail Bob Coates at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 619-258-8674 and leave only your
name, identify yourself as a SDFWA member, and an evening call back number. When I call back, please provide the following:
Full Name, E mail address if you have one, the general area or town of San Diego Co. where the equipment can be seen, price
range & describe the item. Bring a picture to the meeting and a brief talk or sales pitch. We do not have display area, so please
bring only pictures to the General Meeting.
Please Note; each ad will only run in one issue of the newsletter. If you want to run the ad again you will have to resubmit the
information to Bob Coates at the above listed e-mail or phone number.
Bob Coates, Chairman Wants and Disposals
Please contact Bob Coates: email@example.com or 619-258-8674, when you have found a Buyer, an Item to buy,
or the help you requested.
Excalibur 60" sliding table attachment. Complete with instruction manual. Partially assembled. Never really used, too
big for garage shop. Asking $350. Powermatic 719 Mortiser with stand and 6 chisels (1/4” thru ¾”). Asking $300.
Powermatic 73 Dust Collector with Woodtek 1micron bag. Asking $150 or best offer. Jessem Rout-r-lift model 02001.
Brand new, box never opened. Asking $175. Bosch 1587AVS jig saw with manual and metal case, many blades.
Asking $75 or best offer.
Contact: James Baker, El Cajon area, 619-579-9577 (home), 949-861-0761 (work cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no Wants or Misc in this issue
We had another very successful year supporting High School and College students with scholarships. Each winner
has been invited to join us at the July general meeting with their award winning piece of furniture. Thanks to Jack
Stone, Hurly Dodd, Del Cover and the other SDFWA judges at the SD Fair for making this all possible. The following is
the 2009 list of scholarship recipients.
Carolyn Barnes, Beston Barnett, Justin Blake, Werner Pyka
Francis Parker High School Teacher, Barry Cheskaty
Riley Kilpatrick, Allison Cirillo
San Marcos High School Teacher, Allen Brent
San Diegito High School Teacher, Jeff Germano
Russ Filbeck, Scholarship Chairman
Chair Design and Construction
September 11, 12, 13, 2009
San Diego School for the Performing Arts
2425 Dusk Street
San Diego, CA 92139
Phil Lowe is a master craftsman and furniture maker and is the
author of many Fine Woodworking articles and is a long time
contributing editor. His teaching experience includes ten years
at Boston's North Bennett Street School, including five years as
head of the furniture-making department. Since 1985, Phil has
operated a furniture making and restoration shop in Beverly,
MA, producing work for the private sector and museums throughout North America. In 1997
Phil started The Furniture Institute which offers hands-on classes in all facets of traditional
furniture making. Phil has been a visiting instructor and demonstrator at various schools and
woodworking organizations throughout the United States and Canada. In 2005, he received
the coveted Cartouche Award from the Society of American Period Furniture Makers. For
more information about Phil or about the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts, please visit
his web site at http://www.furnituremakingclasses.com
3 day seminar Friday evening,
Saturday and Sunday
Breakfast rolls, donuts, coffee and juice
Saturday and Sunday morning
Soft drinks provided all day
Catered lunch – Saturday and Sunday
PLUS DOOR PRIZES THROUGHOUT THE DAY
DON’T MISS THIS ONE!
$90.00 SDFWA Member
$120 Non-members (includes 2009 SDFWA Membership)
GO TO WWW.SDFWA.ORG
The San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association board of Directors feels our membership
deserves the very best and this is why we want to provide such a great opportunity for you.
This is one seminar you do not want to miss!
Chair Design and Construction with Phil Lowe
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, September 11, 12, 13, 2009
Friday 6PM – 9PM, Saturday 9AM – 4PM, Sunday 9AM – 3PM
San Diego School for Creative & Performing Arts
2425 Dusk Drive
San Diego, CA 92139
Please fill out the form below and include your check made payable to SDFWA and
San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association Seminar
P. O. Box 82323
San Diego, CA 92138-2323
(Keep this half for time and place)
Please sign me up for the
2009 San Diego Fine Woodworking Association seminar with Phil Lowe
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
NAME: LAST FIRST ________________________
CITY & ZIP: ________________________
Membership includes your spouse. If you wish a membership card for your spouse, please enter your
spouse’s name here _________________________________________________________________________
Your information will only be shared within this association and on a need-to-know basis.
Please select one: I wish to receive newsletters by mail _____ I’ll read them on the SDFWA website_____
Amount Paid (Check one): ____ Member $90 ____ Non-member $120
(Non-member price includes 2009 membership)
New York Life May 19, 2009
To San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association
On behalf of New York Life's Volunteer's for Life, the San Diego General Office would like to thank the San Diego Fine
Woodworkers Association for donating several wood toys to the My Stuff Bags Foundation. Thank you for hard work
and dedication, we know the children will love them!
James B. Moore, CLU
Nazareth Preschool July 7,2009
To San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association
This letter is in regards to the wooden toys donation to Nazareth Preschool. We greatly appreciate what you have
done. Our preschool children will definitely make good use of all the wooden toys. Thank you again.
I wanted to express my deepest heart-felt thanks to the San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association, for donating eight
beautiful chairs to the Rock Rose Parent Co-Operative this last school year! We are a small school and community
run, as such we get no money from the state for supplies. Getting donations from generous organizations like yours is
instrumental in our ability to provide quality education to these precious children. The chairs fit perfectly in our
classroom and added such an air of beauty and comfort. Thank you so much!!
With Deep Gratitude,
My name is Mariemel Gawaran and I am the activity room assistant for the Starlight Activity Room at Rady Children's
Hospital. Last week we had received some woodshapes from Al De Vries. I had asked Al for your association's
mailing address or email address because the Child Life staff and I wanted to thank you and the rest of the
woodworkers for the great woodshapes. They are such a big hit with the children and the patients and their families
absolutely enjoy painting the various woodshapes. We greatly appreciate them. We hope you have wonderful day.
Activity room assistant
Rady Children's Hospital
2009 San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association
President: Robert Threm 619-993-8207 email@example.com
Vice-President: David Henry 760-753-2484 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Douglas Parker 619-421-0636 email@example.com
Secretary: Rhoda Keegan 858-278-3632 firstname.lastname@example.org
Member at Large: Ed Gladney 858-484-4366 Gladney@san.rr.com
Newsletter Editor: Ron Rossi 619-582-9883 email@example.com
Membership: Sia McGown 619-223-3259 SDFWA.firstname.lastname@example.org
Leonard Wener 619-222-5521 email@example.com
Harry Baldwin 858-278-8718 HarrySDFWA@aol.com
Membership Greeter: James LaGrone 858-484-6595 firstname.lastname@example.org
Programs: Del Cover email@example.com
Sound Technician: Thomas Johnson 619-281-7170 firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Technician: Michael Fairbanks 619-465-4972 email@example.com
Shop Tours: Ed white 619-674-9796 firstname.lastname@example.org
Shows/Exhibits: Bob Stevenson 619-422-7338 email@example.com
Historian: Chuck Meacham 858-273-8677 firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Events: Ed Gladney 858-484-4366 Gladney@san.rr.com
Linda Sanders 760-804-1918 email@example.com
Publicity: Tom Franks 858-278-2775 firstname.lastname@example.org
Merchandise: Al De Vries 619-440-6598 email@example.com
Property: Robert Threm 619-993-8207 firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources/Raffle: Jim Bradbury 858-586-1220 email@example.com
Chuck Anderson 858-273-3055 firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: Doug Murphy 619-441-9665 email@example.com
Scholarships: Russ Filbeck 858-566-9699
Swap Meet: Al De Vries 619-440-6598 firstname.lastname@example.org
Toy Program: Roger Solheid 858-279-1140 email@example.com
Charles Pinkus 619-435-6334
Charlie Bierman 619-276-0048
Video Library: Bob Reese 858-695-2460 firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments: Don Spangler 858-270-6165 email@example.com
Glen Weischedel 619-588-5477 firstname.lastname@example.org
Harry Feucht 619-232-4626
Ron Rossi 619-582-9883 email@example.com
Pro Bono: Jim Vitale 858-623-8630 firstname.lastname@example.org
E-Mail List Manager Rhoda Keegan 858-278-3632 email@example.com
Wants and Disposals: Bob Coates 619-258-8674 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mentor Program Chuck Anderson 858-273-3055 email@example.com
NTC Feasibility Study Chuck Meacham 858-273-8677 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Dates for 2009
General Membership Meetings Board Meetings
Al Bahr Temple, 5440 Kearney Mesa Road, SD Hardwood & Hardware Co. ,9040 Activity Road, SD
behind the Hampton Inn. 7:00 PM 7:00 PM
July 29 July 8
September 30 September 2
December 2 November 4
SDFWA Mailing Address SDFWA Web Page Address
P.O. Box 82323 San Diego, CA 92138-2323 http:www.sdfwa.org
To receive your discounts, please show your membership card before you make a purchase.
American Furniture Design Co Environmental Spray Systems
7114 Convoy Ct. San Diego, CA 92111
Phone: (760) 743-6923 (Orders) Phone: (858) 279-7114
Hours: 8:30-4:30 M-F Hours: 8:00-5:30 M-F
E-mail email@example.com Mark Briseno, manager. Sam Rinaker, owner
Brian Murphy, Proprietor
Specializing in spray finishing equipment. Local distributor for
125 of the Finest Woodworking Plans, San Diego’s only Devilbiss, Graco, Paasche, and Accuspray.
supplier of Daly's Finishing Supplies, Hardware, Hand Tools
and Books. SDFW member Benefits, Call for a Free Catalog! Fas-N-Go
2260 Main St. Chula Vista CA
Phone: (619) 424-4774
Craftsman Studio - Fine Tools & Books Hours: 7:30-5:00 M-F
Sergio Diaz, manager
Website 7/24 www.CraftsmanStudio.com Nail guns, nails, brads, staples, compressors and all
4848 Ronson Ct - Suite L, San Diego, CA 92111 accessories for nail guns. Fast repair service. Distributor for
Phone: (888) 500-9093 Senco, 3M, Spotnail, Paslode and other major brands.
Hours: 10:00-4:00 T-F, 8:00-1:00 Sat, Closed Sun & Mon
Bill Kohr - Proprietor - 888-500-9093 Frost Hardwood Lumber (www.frosthardwood.com)
Tools by Lie-Nielsen Toolworks, HNT Gordon, 6565 Miramar Rd. San Diego, CA 92112
Stanley, Hock, Two Cherries, Matsumura, Phone: (858) 455-9060 (800) 258-3534
Buck Bros, Norton, WL Fuller ... Hours: 7:00-4:30 M-F, 8:00-12:30 Sat.
Web and store prices may vary. Jim Frost, proprietor
. San Diego’s largest inventory of domestic and exotic
hardwood lumber, plywood, mdf, and formica. Custom milling
Dunn-Edwards Paints and mouldings available..
5250 Jackson Dr. #100 La Mesa, CA 91941 The Hardwood and Hardware Company
Phone: (619) 668-5091
Hours: 6:30-5:00 Mon-Sat.
Sam Arther, manager 9040 Activity Road Suite E San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 536-1800 Fax: (858) 536-8964
Varnishes, stains, lacquers, brushes, patching compounds Hours: M-F 7:00-5:00, Sat. 9:00-4:00
and other supplies. Call for more information. Tom Drinnon, manager
Domestic & Imported Hardwoods, Mouldings, Plywoods &
Veneers, Cabinet Hardware, Hand Tools & Woodworking
Supplies. Great service and large selection.
Lane Stanton Vance Lumber (El Cajon)
Phone (858) 780-2865
Vijay Velji, Proprietor 360 Vernon Way El Cajon, CA 92020
Internet only. Shipped USPS, Website Phone: (619) 442-0821
www.shellacfinishes.biz Hours: 7:00-4:30 M-F, 8:00-12:00 Sat.
Jack Griede, general manager
De-Waxed Shellac Flakes for classical woodworkers at very
competitive prices. Lane Stanton Vance Lumber (San Marcos)
1415 Descanso Ave. San Marcos, CA 92069
Phone: (760) 471-4971
Hours: 7:00-4:30 M-F, 8:00-11:30 Sat.
Mike Hernandes, manager
Hardwoods and sheet goods.
Mission Molding & Wood Specialties
9510 Chesapeake Dr. # 401. San Diego, CA 92123 Tool Depot
Phone: (858) 569-8591
Hours: 7:30-5:00 M-F, 8:00-1:00 Sat. 3799 Gaines St San Diego, CA 92110
Bob Hawk, manager Phone: (619) 220-7111
Hours: 7:00-6:00 M-F, 9:00-5:00 Sat.
San Diego’s source for wood mouldings and architectural Bob Welte
1441 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas CA 92024
Packaging Store Phone: (760) 943-9120
Hours: 7:00-6:00 M-F, 7:00-3:00 Sat., 10:00-2:00 Sun.
7848A Silverton San Diego, CA 92128
Phone: (858) 549-7225
Hours: 9:00-5:00 M-F Toolmart, Inc (www.toolmarts.com)
2750 Auto Park Way
Custom boxes, crating, packing supplies, and shipping. Escondido, CA 92029-1030
Phone estimates and pick up service available. Phone: (760) 480-1444
Hours: 7:00-5:30 M-F, 7:00-4:00 Sat.
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Jeff McCreary, manager
8199 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92111 Toolmart, Escondido, is authorized distribution and repair
Phone: (858) 268-1005 center for major brands (Makita, Milwaukee, Delta Porter
Hours: 9:00–6:00 M-F, 9:00-5:00 Sat., 11:00-4:00 Sun. Cable, etc.)
Mike Durlak, manager
28011 Jefferson Ave. Temecula, CA 92590-2633
Woodworking tools and materials. Catalogues are available. Phone: (951) 676-5210
Hours: 7:00-5:30 M-F, 7:00-4:00 Sat.
DeWalt, Porter Cable, Delta Factory Service Center Dan Lingel, manager
7290 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.. San Diego, CA 92111
White Engineering and Manufacturing
Phone: (858) 279-2011
Hours: 7:30-4:30 M-F
Dave Stelmachowski, manager Phone: (619) 475-6166
Porter Cable, Delta, DeWalt, Devilbiss, FLEX, Biesemeyer Charlie White, proprietor
and Oldham Parts, Accessories, Repairs and Reconditioned
Tools.. A big selection (More than 25 types) of high-quality Scarpaz
sawblades. Call for more information.
R. S. Hughes CO. Inc.
Woodworker West (www.woodwest.com
1281-B Liberty Way, Vista, CA 92081-8309
Phone: (760) 579-0222 P.O. Box 452058 Los Angeles, CA 90045
Hours: 7:45-5:00 M-F Phone: (310) 216-9265 Fax: (310) 216-9274
Chuck Schweikart, Manager E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Goldman, proprietor
Bayside Paint, Inc
A bi monthly magazine promoting craftsmanship in
1228 Knoxville Street, San Diego, Ca 92120 woodworking throughtout the western U.S.
Phone (619) 275-7800
Hours: 6:30-5:30 M-F, 8:00-5:00 Sat. World Tree Inc. 2 (NEW SPONSOR)
Robert Lewis, manager
2295 Manya Street San Diego,CA 92154
Mohawk Finishing Products and many other stains, (One blk So.of Main street, just East of Hiway 5)
sealers, fillers and tools. Free delivery with minimum order Phone 619-424-2020
and UPS shipping available. Hours M-F 8:00 to 5:00 PM, Saturday 8:00-12:00
Arturo Morales, Owner
Complete inventory of hard woods,
plywood of all types and MDF
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Next meeting: 7 pm, Wednesday, July 29th, 2009 at the Al Bahr Temple