Unique Lilac wood to give away.

June 12, 2021

Colin Claxton had access to some rather unique pieces of large Lilac. He has generously offered these pieces to anyone in the club that would like some.
The pieces are at Trent’s house so arrangements can be made to pick them up or possibly have them delivered. You can get a rough idea of the size as they are sitting on 2×6 deck boards.
Call Trent Watts at: (306) 291-4908 or email trentw@sasktel.net if you would like to try turning some Lilac.

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