In this issue's Industry Interview,
Chris Marshall profiles a program from Craftsman Tools wherein
woodworkers use their skills and tools to help out people in need.
Woodworker's Journal often donates tools used in our magazine's tool
tests to Habitat for Humanity. Woodworkers, it goes without saying
(but I'll say it anyway), are good people.
Helping out your own family (your
spouse's honey-do list, your son's new house that needs some
renovations ...) might be just part of the expected par for the
course of being a woodworker, but I wonder: who else have eZine
readers helped? And how?
A wheelchair ramp for your neighbor?
Birdhouses for your community garden? Flag cases for your local
veterans' organization? Do tell. (And send pictures!)
, Woodworker's Journal