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11-09-2004, 06:11 PM
Had a little time today to work on the list of Door Prize donors and items donated. Need to double check on a couple items and then I will post a complete list. If I counted correctly we had Prizes donated from 32 sources.
Will also list the winners of the 3 raffles we had on work shops. The winners have all been notified
One of the door prizes was a polyurethane paint that was donated by Southern Paint or something like that . I need to get in touch with them and need either an address or a .com address. I think this info is on one of the winners can.
If you can locate it, please forward it to me.
Thank you in advance.
11-10-2004, 07:22 PM
The url, sir. www.southernpolyurethanes.com
The owners name is Barry Kives.
Thanks for the address for Southernpolyurethans. You gave me the web site at your place but I couldn't reach them. Turns out I was typing in two words instead of one.
I sure wish these computers would give me what I want, not what I tell them.
11-17-2004, 08:22 PM
The following is a list of MM04 Door Prize donors and donations
John Kelly shrinking disc
John Brown set of 3 sand bags
1 large sand bag
Mac Tools 7 piece body tool set
Glen Black 1 pr mechanics gloves
vinyl Mac Tool banner
Joe Andrews 3x9 upper E-wheel
Gene Newcomb complete planshing hammer kit
Custom Die air motor, die holder and dies
Stan Fulton 3 Pullmax videos
Ron Covell 12 DVD's on metal work
Covell Creative Metalworking
Jim Russell 12 ball caps
Forney Industries 12 leather welding gloves
Jim Rettick shop apron
Metal Ace, 1 in. r offset anvil
Right Angle Tool 1 in. r anvil
Fay Butler 3 ceramic coffee mugs
Fay Butler Fabrication & 1 pr of rt & lt metal snips
John Jordan 2 custom made hammers
Jerry Gulley 2 Fournier mallets
Clay Cook custom bossing mallet
Ron Fournier 2 bossing mallets
Fournier Enterprises 4 videos on metal work
Tom Lipton 2 custom made TW hammers
Snap On Tools 2 pr mechanics gloves
Peter Miles 3 tubs of bees wax
2 Starret pin vises
Marty Williams 2 large sand bags
Doug Ganschow 4 12 x 12 x 1/2 rubber pads
4 12 x 12 x 1/2 Delron
Mark Nugent no. 5 hand punch & die set
Barry Kives 2 cases of self etching primer
Marty Comstock 2 doz. 6 in. scales
Dutch Comstock custom made bench stump
James Bowler 2 48 in. contour gauge
Ben & Emile custon "The Spy" contour gauge
Kerry Pinkerton ball bat mallet
Wray Schelin large sand bag
Renee Conrad hand made bead work Christmas ornament
John Van Oostenbrugge large sand bag
Bob Erison leather faced slapper
Vince Mickey 2 family sized pizzas
If I have missed anyone Please let me know. Also would like to thank James Bowler for his help in obtaining the prizes and thanks to Roger Pfalzgraf, Doug Hawkins, Renee Conrad and George King in helping hand out the door prizes.
In conducting business with these people please express your appreciation for their support of MM04.
There were 3 classes/workshops donated as gifts and $1.00 raffle tickets were sold for these in an effort to give them to a person that would most benifit from them. Money raised from this will go to the groth of MM. The winners are as follows:
Wray & Dutch Greg Sims
Cal Davis Brian Johnson
Crossville, Tenn. Winchester, Ky.
Mark Kennison Gary (Duck) Drake
Covington, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio
A sincere " THANKS " to EVERYONE that made this happen.
11-19-2004, 12:56 PM
Dan and everyone, Clay Cook also had a sign up sheet at his booth for a drawing and there were 6 winners who won one of Clays new embossing hammers and they were Jim Stoppes,Belleville, Il. Larry Robinson,Renton,Wa. Les Edmundson,Swartz Creek,Mi. Bill Firth, Aldie Va. Alan Wright, Huntiingburg, In. and Jim Spradley, Pelion,Sc. Dutch
11-20-2004, 10:22 AM
Who won the e-wheel raffle
11-20-2004, 11:09 AM
Who won the e-wheel raffle
Lewis Gillies from Decatur. AL had the lucky ticket.
Thank you for handling the raffle event. A good job. I attended the workshop today that Mark Kennison donated at MM04. First time I ever won anything. Honest!
A very informative session. Mark is an excellent instructor. Very easy to follow and takes time to answer questions.
A really good hands on workshop. Highly recommended.
A big thanks to Mark and D&D Classics.
11-20-2004, 07:23 PM
Thanks for adding that information, I totally missed that. Mr. Clay is a very generous man.
Glad you enjoyed Marks class today. I sure have enjoyed his classes and found out that I have a great deal of respect for a person that can operate a Yoder, wasn't as easy as it looks for me.
11-23-2004, 08:49 PM
i want to thank you for organizing the raffel drawings
i can hardly wait for Cal Davis to get moved so i can attend the class that i won at mm04
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