Updated May06, 2016
A mentor is someone who enjoys providing training, encouragement, advice, help in woodturning techniques, building jigs, and other woodturning related help for our club members. Most of these events will consist of a meeting of the mentor with an individual. The intent is hands on tutoring rather than demonstration. Or, you can contact the listed mentors with your questions and they will listen to your requests, decide how they can best help and they will provide you with telephone assistance, invite you to their shop, or come to your shop. This is an offer you need to take advantage of. All you need to do is ask. Phone numbers and e-mail addresses are provided below. You can also talk to them at our club meeting.
Tom Crosby (903 567-4701) Canton firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Heuslein (903 834-3838) Kilgore/Overton email@example.com
Ken Terrell (903 839-4735)
Coppinger (903 638-6008)
Walter Tate (903 534-8808) Tyler mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Anthony (903 963-7128) Van mailto:email@example.com
Robert Trimmel (903-740-3550) Lone Star firstname.lastname@example.org
John Wood (936-875-6100) Lufkin email@example.com
J.J. Altier (903-714-3353) Ben Wheeler firstname.lastname@example.org
John Leonard (903-592-6009) West Tyler/Lindale email@example.com
Quote from Member Mark Anthony:
"We had a good time learning and talking shop. The mentoring program is one of the most beneficial elements of the club. Not only do we benefit from years of other folks expertise, but new friendships are made as well. It is a great program, and I would encourage others to take advantage of this opportunity".