Dues and PayPal Issues

We are currently having trouble with our PayPal method for paying dues, so the best option if you want to pay now, send a check to WWGVR, PO Box 27, GV, AZ  85622 or drop it by the shop. We will let you know when the problem is resolved. Also a reminder that if your […]

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New Tools

New SawstopThe small Sawstop saw (formerly located near the monitor station) has been replaced by a new larger saw. This is the same saw as the one on the right near the planer room. It is an upgrade in a number of ways, replacing the small saw’s 3 HP motor with a 5HP motor. Oscillating […]

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Locating Tools

Use the Tool Search. There are many tools in the woodshop finding them can be a challenge. The members are very willing to help you find a tool, but before asking a fellow member, use the tool search. Go to the main main menu across the top and look for Tool Search on the right […]

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Putting Tools Away

WWGVR has many tools. Locating them can be a challenge at the best of times (try using the powerful tool search feature located in the main menu on the right hand side). However, if tools are replaced where they are found, they can get lost in the wilderness. Please be respectful of the tools and […]

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Maintenance Update

The maintenance blog has been rather sparse over the past 18 months. This is the first instalment of what should be weekly updates. Regular weekly maintenance takes place 2pm-4pm on Mondays. The shop is closed to members during this time. Replacing Bench TopsYesterday, preceding the regular maintenance was a long discussion on the bench tops. […]

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Maintenance Update

The maintenance blog has been rather sparse over the past 18 months. This is the first instalment of what should be weekly updates. Regular weekly maintenance takes place 2pm-4pm on Mondays. The shop is closed to members during this time. Replacing Bench TopsYesterday, preceding the regular maintenance was a long discussion on the bench tops. […]

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Monitor Notice

Thank you to all the members that have filled in for monitor duties over the past few months by doing one or two hour shifts.  As we start getting back into our busy season, we need to get back to our standard “four hour shift system” and perform as a SAFETY MONITOR. Starting November 1st, […]

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