CLUB OFFICERS

Mark Huber
President
mark@markhuber.com

Robert Harper
Vice President
801 455-1975
rharper@xmission.com

Joe Wagner
Secretary/Treasurer
wagner50@comcast.net

Dave Best
DVD Specialist
801 298-2176
davidbest2176@msn.com

Kerry Burton
Library
kerry@bbburma.net

Robert Harper
Newsletter Editor
utahwoodturners@gmail.com

Dennis Brown
Photographer
801 891-4471
denloclan@comcast.net

Blaine Johns
Photographer
801 891-4471
bjohns@konnections.net

Robert Harper
Hospitality
801 455-1975
rharper@xmission.com

Russell Bateman
Webmaster
russ@windofkeltia.com

WELCOME TO THE UTAH ASSOCIATION OF WOODTURNERS

The Utah Association of Woodturners is a non-profit club formed in 1988 by a group of active turners to promote woodturning excellence, safety and enjoyment for all through education and socialization among turners in Utah.The Utah Association of Woodturners a local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW).

Meetings are held monthly at the Salt Lake Community College. The Utah Association of Woodturners is sponsored by the Salt Lake Community College. We thank them for the continued support of our club, and appreciate the use of their great facilities for our club meetings and demonstrations.

Salt Lake Community College
Construction Trades Building
1833 West 4610 South (Conifer Way)
Salt Lake City, Utah

Directions:
From Redwood Road, turn west on Conifer Way which is 4610 South. Follow that street as it bends north and then back west to the second building. Look for the large lettering over a large roll up door that says "Construction Trades Building."

Please park in either lot B which is right next to the Construction Trades Building or lot C which is just to the west. Avoid blue-striped parking stalls. Lot A is an overflow lot that can also be used. If you park anywhere else, you will get a ticket (unless you have a SLCC parking pass).

Enter the building by going up the metal stairs under the "Construction Trades Building" sign, just west of the giant, tan-painted dust collectors. Enter the man door at the top of the stairs on your left and turn right into the classroom.

The projects and demonstrations are usually discussed at length and often illustrated in the club newsletter, Utah Woodchips, published during the month succeeding the meeting. This newsletter is made available on-line at this website. Also, this newsletter will tell you if the next meeting is not at the usual club venue.