Programs of the American Association of Woodturners that teach youth and the visually impaired the art of woodturning are growing at the national symposium level and expanding into local communities around the country. Woodcraft is one of several woodworking industry sponsors who support the programs.
“Woodcraft applauds these initiatives by the AAW to bring young people and the visually impaired into the woodworking community through woodturning instruction,” Woodcraft president Jody Garrett said in a statement. “Support for this double initiative fits in with Woodcraft’s focus on woodworking education and preserving the craft for future generations.”
Woodcraft has donated 26 face shields.
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