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Educational Opportunity Grants for 2011

Discussion in 'AAW Information' started by Ed Davidson, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. Ed Davidson

    Ed Davidson

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  2. GA Darling

    GA Darling

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    Would have been nice if there had been a heads up when the the 2011 EOGrant application period opened. If there was one I missed it.
     
  3. Betty Scarpino

    Betty Scarpino

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    There was a half-page announcement in the December journal, page 6. In the October journal, page 17, another announcement, half a page.



    Betty Scarpino, editor, AW
     
  4. Ed Davidson

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    It's been on the homepage since mid September: http://woodturner.org/
     
  5. Owen Lowe

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    I didn't get a phone call or personalized invitation either!
    :eek:
     
  6. hockenbery

    hockenbery AAW Advisor Staff Member

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    Thanks to the Collectors and Donators

    The EOG money is raised through an Auction at the annual symposium.

    AAW Members donate pieces and AAW members buy them.

    Many pieces sell for thousands of dollars and a few for $10,000!!!!!

    a special thanks:
    to our Collectors who buy many of the pieces
    to our professional artists who donate many of the pieces
    to our average members who donated
    and our average members who bought.

    Actually the act of donating or purchasing set you apart from average.

    Thanks for your generosity,

    Time to plan on making something to donate at St Paul

    Al
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2011
  7. John Van Domelen

    John Van Domelen Retired Forum Admin AAW Board Member

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    auctions

    I love these auctions - they are great fun for a good cause - I have two of Jim Christiansen's pieces, a Mary Lacer and a Christian Delhon that I added to my collection from various AAW auctions.
     

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