Calling Guild Central

Whether you're trying to find an existing guild or let others know you've just started one, American Woodworker's Guild Data Base can help. It lists more than 2(H) guilds and woodworking clubs around tlunation. To learn about the guilds in your stale, write American Woodworker Guild Central at 33 E. Minor St., Emmaus. PA 18098, or fax a request to us at (215) 967-8956. You can contact us at the same address or telephone number if you're seeking new members.

Need a Speaker? In addition to the Guild Data Base, AW has now produced a Speaker Data Base that lists the names, addresses and areas of expertise of dozens of top woodworking professionals who can speak to your guild. To obtain a copy of this list, contact us at the address or fax number listed at left. Also, if you're a speaker or a manufacturer or company who'd like to lie listed in our data base, contact us.

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