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  1. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    USMC Joshua B. Kerns, a Wounded Warrior with our display, wounded by an IED attack, and lost his arm and both legs. Joshua was being treated at Bethesda Naval Hospital when he received one our displays.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  2. This year I decided to make coin banks for the family and some friends. I had saved the tops from some half gallon juice bottles to use for threads so the tops could be removed when the change was needed from the banks. Was quite the undertaking. I wanted each family member to have one including the two new babies added this year. So all in all I needed to make 50 of these. Some are still in the process but 39 of them were given to family at our annual party on Saturday. Everyone liked them. I turned a straight section on the lower portion the bottle top threads and used epoxy designed for plastic to set them in place. The tops were turned to fit a 1.5" drilled hole and the centers removed. Cut the slot in the tops with a slot cutter on the router table after the blanks were recessed for the tops and still square. Used a wood hand screw clamp to hold them and save my fingers from harm. I Drilled the bodies with a 1.25", sized the opening to fit the threads used my Easy Wood full size finisher to hollow the bodies under the threads. Their carbide cutter is simply amazing. I have so far hollowed 50 bodies and have yet to loosen the screw and turn the cutter to a new edge and it is still cutting great.
  3. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Another shot of Lew Kauffman displays, great job Lew!

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  4. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Patriot Woodworker and Shop Steward Ronald Dudelson created some displays to be sent to Operation Ward 57 for their annual auction to raise money for our wounded and their families.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  5. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    The lineup, seen here is the display lineup built by our own Ronald Dudelston, ready to be shipped off to Operation Ward 57.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  6. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Beautiful figure in this display, many in this shipment had the same unique figure throughout.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  7. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    One side of a challenge coin that George and Sandy included in their display shipment to Operation Ward 57.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  8. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    George and Sandy also purchased a coin for each display, this was very kind and special, our wounded at Ward 57 are going to love these!
  9. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    George Knutson left and Vietnam Veteran Sandy Smith on the right and an employee of the Seattle Woodcraft Store No. 307 standing with a shipment of Challenge Coin Displays before being sent to our headquarters for delivery to Operation Ward 57. Awesome job men!!!
  10. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Our own Wood Turners Forum host Lew Kauffman got creative for this shipment, he built some fantastic displays to reflect a naval twist, there is a sailor out there that will have a wonderful display to show of his or her coins.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  11. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    George and Sandy put out a big production for this shipment, way to go guys!!!!

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  12. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    George Knutson and Sandy Smith built some wonderful displays for our wounded.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  13. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Another great lineup of displays built by Patriot Woodworkers George Knuston and Sandy Smith.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  14. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Patriot Woodworker and Shop Steward Ronald Dudelson created some displays to be sent to Operation Ward 57 for their annual auction to raise money for our wounded and their families.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  15. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Tsgt Case performed along side Tsgt Brown during the same air strip tragedy, he as well performed above and beyond, and he was also awarded a Patriot Woodworker challenge coin display.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  16. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Sometimes we get requests from the military to simply send out some displays to be given to our troops for a job well done, and again we always oblige. Tsgt Airman Brown is given a Patriot Woodworker display for his challenge coins for a job well done while answering a call to an air strip collision, he performed above and beyond the call of duty, and was awarded a Patriot Woodworker display at the Kandahar Airbase in Afghanistan.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

  17. From the album: The Patriot Woodworkers Challenge Coin Displays

    Tim Ross is a Wounded Warrior alumni and he also works for the Wounded Warriors Project! Not long ago we were contacted by the Wounded Warriors Project and asked if we could send out a box of displays to be distributed amongst the Wounded Warrior Staff Veterans. We proudly obliged.

    © The Patriot Woodworker

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