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MEETING at 6 P.M. on the FOURTH WEDNESDAY of
FEBRUARY, APRIL, JUNE, AUGUST, OCTOBER & DECEMBER

AT

The FRANK BRUSH BARN on the grounds of the SMITHTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
located on the North side of Middle Country Road (Rt 25 - Jericho Turnpike) just East of Rt 111 in Smithtown.

Meetings are open to the public.

SWAP & SELL
All meetings except February start with an informal swap meet at 6:00.
Members are encouraged to bring unwanted tools to sell.
The meeting is called to order at 7:00.

SPEAKERS
April, June and October meetings feature speakers who are expert in some area of interest to tool collectors.

AUCTION
The February meeting is our club consignment auction.

PICNIC
The August meeting is our annual picnic.

OFFICERS
President - Chris Bender 631-821-1675 - [email protected]
Vice President / Webmaster - Jamie Swan 631-754-1457 - [email protected]
Secratary - Jim Macallum - [email protected]
Treasurer - Ray Wisneski
Librarian - Gene Kelly
Auction Chairman - Jeff Baum - [email protected]

NEWSLETTER
The Workbench - Published five time per year.
Editor - Jim Macallum - [email protected]

DUES
$20 per calender year.
Please mail to:
Ray Wisnieski 36 Spinner Lane Commack, N.Y. 11725

MISSION STATEMENT
Organized for the study, identification, and preservation of the tools used by the craftsmen in
past centuries, for the sharing of information about these tools, and for their exhibition.

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