Young Woodworkers Programs

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Many local and national woodworking organizations are working on programs to attract new and especially young woodworkers.  One of the more aggressive organizations is the American Association of Woodturners (AAW).  The AAW's Young Turners Program is "designed to encourage and aid local AAW chapters working with youth".

Does your Georgia woodworking club or group have an active young woodworker program or are you interested in sharing ideas to get started?  If so, GeorgiaWoodworkers.com has set up a forum (Youth and New Woodworker Programs ) where you may share ideas and successes with fellow Georgia woodworkers.

If you have a son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, friend or group interested in youth woodworking programs I strongly invite you to post your interest in the Youth and New Woodworker Programs forum or find a woodworking organization near you in the Local Resources list of local Georgia Woodworking Guilds, Clubs and Associations.

What's more fun than woodworking?  Seeing a student successfully master a new woodworking skill for the first time.

Start sharing today! -- Youth and New Woodworker Programs Forum

at GeorgiaWoodworkers.com

Paul Proffitt
GeorgiaWoodworkers.com

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