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Aug. 25th. With 9 voting member that date won out by 2 votes. (Poll thread here). So now I hope you can clear time on your calendar to attend. To refresh the details: gathering will be at my shop in Wapakoneta OH (4 miles off I-75, or US 33 for the east-west travelers) Time will be roughly 10:00 AM to no later than 5:00 PM (have to start planning/fixing dinner for my disabled wife). I will have lunch/snacks/beverages for the attendees, and if those planning on getting here early want, I can also have donuts. Right now I'm thinking lunch will be fried chicken with some some dishes. This is primarily just a meet/greet/jawbone event though Steven Neuman has offered to demonstrate using a Stanley 45, and John Morris will try to get some door prizes from TPW sponsers. If anyone else has a a technique/tool/whatever they would like to demonstrate, that would be a welcome addition. I'd like to see as many as possible attend, though if all 2000 members show up I may have to move the meeting to a nearby state park , might also have to put out a collection jar to pay for lunch.
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