Booking Shop Time

When the shop re-opened in June, 2020, a system of booking shop time was introduced.  This was to limit the number of woodworkers (15 persons) in the shop at one time as Covid and social distancing made it necessary to do so.  The booking system has remained in place though the capacity has increased to 40 persons for each […]

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Annual General Meeting

The annual meeting for WWGVR takes place on December 6, 9am at the West Center. All members are encouraged to attend. ONLINE voting for new board members will open on 22 November and online voting will close on 5 December. You may also vote at the annual meeting on December 6. You may only vote […]

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Pay Dues Early And Win!

If you pay your dues by Nov 30, you will be eligible for a draw (held at the Annual Meeting on Dec 6) for free dues and locker fees for 2022. Pay by PayPal. You may also pay by check. To pay your dues, login first then on the main menu at the top, click […]

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2022 Dues

Membership Dues for 2022-2023 It is time to pay your WWGVR membership dues for 2022.  The fees remain the same for the 2022 and are as follows:  Annual Membership $40 Annual Drawer Rental $10 each Annual Locker Rental $30 each Pay early for a chance at free duesPay by November 30th for a chance to […]

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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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Morning Coffee Club

The wood shop early morning coffee group are attempting to resume their get-together starting around 7:15 am a couple of mornings a week but no set schedule. Ask in the shop for more details. Any who would like to join in the fun are welcome.  Where else can you get coffee for 25 cents a […]

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Solitary Bee Resort

Learn about Solitary Bees which make up abut 30% of the bee population. Solitary bees are appealing in landscapes because they rarely exhibit defensive behaviors, only stinging if mishandled or if they become entangled in clothing. Active from spring through the summer, these bees are effective pollinators of many orchard fruits and vegetables and aid in crop seed production.

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Woodworking Sales at Davis-Monthan AFB

Are you looking for another location to sell your woodworking crafts? Why not become an AAFES (Army & Air Force Exchange Service) authorized vendor? One of our club I.T. people, Kelly Galvin, became an authorized AAFES vendor last year to promote his book, PowerPoint Ranger: My Iraq War Logs. Once you have an AAFES Vendor […]

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