Will The Woodworking Club Make Or Repair Something For Residents?
We are regularly asked by residents and others if someone in the club can make or repair an item for them. Here's the answer: Normally, club members work only on their own projects and are reluctant to take on other projects. The best way to learn if someone may be willing take on a project is to come to the woodshop in the Artisan Center and leave a note on the bulletin board there with the name and phone number of the requester along with a brief description of the work. If a member is looking for something to do, the member can respond to the posting. Also, talk with the monitor on duty in the shop about the project. That could lead to some ideas about how to get the work done and who to contact. As far as repairs are concerned, the same answer applies, but if the item can be brought to the shop, there is a good chance the repair can be done by the monitor or another person in the shop when it is brought in, especially if the repair is fairly simple and straightforward.