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Come join the fun at an exciting new class beginning at Hammer School of Carpentry. Adult men & women woodworking classes will begin September 9. Act now because classes are limited to just 6 students. Two different levels will be offered. Beginners will attend on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 until 9:30 a.m. Intermediates attend on Mondays and Wednesdays also from 8 until 9:30 a.m. Sessions last 8 weeks and cost 250 pesos per 1.5 hr. class which includes instruction, the use of all tools and materials. Proceeds from the adult classes help to provide scholarships for Mexican children to learn a life skill in either carpentry or carving at Hammer. The workshop classroom contains high-quality machinery including bandsaws, table saws, lathes, sanders, jointers, planers, drill presses and more. Projects created in the workshop can either be taken home or donated to the bazaar next door to benefit the children’s programs. Hammer is also seeking experienced woodworkers needed to volunteer to help with classes. Call or email Parke Sprag for more information and reservations. firstname.lastname@example.org or 001-941-276-3233 leave a voice message if no answer. Have Hammer school is located next to S&S Auto at Carr. Chapala-Jocotepec #231-A, Riberas del Pilar, Chapala, Jalisco.
Woodworking volunteers wanted to help the Mexican youth boys and girls learn life skills through woodworking.Help teach young kids how to use hand tools older kids who are more experienced use more advanced tools. Woodworking volunteers can help in many ways , stop by the shop and see how you can fit in. 766 4830 Hildago 231 next to S&S auto mountain side of carretera , four blue doors, 9:30 to 12:30 best time to come by. volunteer hep needed also to help Rotary with local restoration wood projects. snow birds and sun birds welcome. We also can learn much form your skills you bring. stop by and talk with our volunteers. LALO is the main instructor you will work with. He love the kids and been with us over 8 years. we want to thank Richard Thompson a wonderful dedicated volunteer at HHWT has just been elected commander of the American legion. and will be spending more time at the legion. We also thank his wife Cindy for the many years saving HHWT . Richard always made sure we had inventory of nails, screws, wood, sandpaper, all the things the kids need to create there projects They still volunteer, but we need another two woodworking volunteer to fill in Richards shoes. stop by and have fun lighting the fire i a kids eyes giving confidence and like skills. You may be the only father image the kids has.