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  1. Toy Airplane made for Christmas giveaway.

    Following a newspaper article about the Mason Dixon Woodworking club and our toy program, we were contacted by a Christian School that asked if some of their children could be involved. We worked out a schedule were we would hold four weekly classes with three different groups of children. Don...
  2. 1920 Reo car for Christmas giveaway.

    I've been making some cars for our Toy Giveaway on the first Sat in December. Our woodworking club "The Mason Dixon Woodworkers" have a charity outreach where we give toys to around 25 different charities that they then distribute the toys to the children of disadvantaged families that they...
  3. Mason Dixon Woodworkers Toy for 2011 Part 1

    This is three of the 11 or so toys that we are making this year. We make around 110 of each toy so that we have around 1200-1300 toys to give away. Our toys are distributed to 25+ charities that they then give to disadvantaged children at Christmas time. Our toy giveaway day is the first Sat in...
  4. Distribution of Toy at Christmas 2010

    I don't think that Lew posted this as a project but I wanted to give him all of the glory and recognition associated with it. My son David and I visited his shop a summer ago and Lew visited my shop on one of his mini vacations to Ocean City. Lew also came down and taught a woodworking class on...
  5. Mason Dixon Woodworkers Toys for 2011 Part 2

    This is part 2 of the Mason Dixon Toy-making effort for 2011. The first is a Dinosaur rocking "Horse". I finished putting the rockers on 50 of them on Wed. Other people did a paint touch-up where I was a little light on some places. They also painted the eyes. To do the eyes I took a Forstner...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I came accross a box of cane/stick kits at a yard sale the other day….couldn't resist the price even though I had never considered turning them before. The kits have a threaded segment and a thread on head attachment….which would require the use of a carved or turned head. Has anyone had much...
  7. Blogs
    The Mason Dixon Woodworkers are now online After a lot of work by some of the members, The Mason Dixon Woodworkers are now online at masondixonwoodworkers.org. If you go there you will find a little of the history of our club and you will find some of the LumberJocks in the pictures. Ed Nock...
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