Open Letter from Dr. Nick Holekamp Chief Medical Officer, Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital March 26, 2020 How We Can All Save Lives Together Like many things in life, your actions today have ripple effects. You could save countless lives simply by staying home right now, as required by St. Louis City and County and… Read more
Guild Members, I received an email with the following request for caregiver supplies. The link has specific information about N95 and other masks that we may have in our shops. Please consider such a donation if you have some of these supplies in your inventory. Bill Schuchat Hello Mare, Thank you for your offer to… Read more
Better late than never, right!? Grab ’em while they’re hot! These bargains won’t last long, so get your bids and make some sawdust while we’re all waiting for COVID-19 to run its course. NOTICE: There are changes this month! Multiple bids are explicitly allowed this time, with the highest bid taking precedence. Also, questions should be… Read more
As Debbie Genung approaches retirement, she sent a kind “thank you for all you do” to the St. Louis Woodworkers Guild. The Guild has participated in the Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition with our boxes program and has helped out the Cinderella Project with special requested woodwork projects. The St. Louis Woodworkers Guild is proud… Read more
The St. Louis Woodworkers Guild had a booth at the 2020 Wood Working Show on February 7th to 9th in Collinsville Illinois. There were many contacts made with the woodworkers who were visiting the show. This community outreach fosters new membership and promotes the interests of the guild. The Toy Program was present for kids… Read more
The second set of items is up for auction! Get your bids in now and take home some great tools at bargain prices. NOTICE: There is a change this month! Bids will be submitted to email@example.com, NOT the treasurer’s email address. Also, bid submission via PO box is no longer an option. All bids must… Read more
The photo below is of the “finger ladder” that Steve Mettes made for Ranken Jorden Hospital at their request. This is used to help recover the full range of motion for arm and shoulder injuries. Ranken Jorden Hospital said that Steve’s finger ladder exceeded their expectations. Thanks for another successful community project Steve.