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    Master Pen List 2019

    2004 - 34,490
    2005 - 16,054
    2006 - 16,863
    2007 - 11,150
    2008 - 13,276
    2009 - 11,765
    2010 - 16,812
    2011 - 13,920
    2012 - 13,564
    2013 - 16,284
    2014 - 14,754
    2015 - 17,105
    2016 - 16,482
    2017 - 9,164
    2018 - 7,983
    2019 - 8,031
    Totals - 237,050

    Aldrich, Robert - 60
    Alfonso, Henry - 575
    Barios, John - 65
    Bartlett, Bob - 3
    Bell, Gerald - 10
    Blair, Gail - 62
    Bushby, Joan -15
    Corley, Richard - 87
    Gillis, Dwight - 289
    Holden, Ken - 4
    James, Barry - 9
    Jarreau, Luchien - 81
    Kelly, Christine - 8
    Lapeyrolerie, John - 215
    Lemoine, Carl - 43
    McCarley, Bobby - 31
    McCrory, Mike - 20
    McRae, Shawn - 25
    Melson, David - 90
    Mosses, Allen - 16
    Mumma, Dennis - 450
    Munson, Skipper - 531
    Peterson, Lee - 400
    Rabalais, Craig - 150
    Robertson, James - 600
    Rodemann, Richards - 60
    Russell, Wiley - 6
    Salerno, John - 9
    Santoro, Carroll - 141
    Sibley, Alexander - 60
    Sibley, Mike - 5
    Singer, Al - 20
    Soyden, Peter - 210
    Storey, Steven - 92
    Subers, Richard - 300
    Thorman, Craig - 90
    Torgeson, Rod - 480
    VanderLinden, Joe - 1,740
    Wall, Dennis - 19
    Weinber, David - 5


    Antelope Valley Woodturners Association, Joe Walker Middle School & Bruce Barron - 132
    Gloucester 4H Camp, VA - 45
    Campers fromHampton, Mathews, Middlesex and Newport News at Jamestown, VA, 4H camp - 47
    Boy Scouts of America NOLA Council - 105
    Etowah River Woodturner, Canton, GA - 118 (Ronald Comtois)
    Magnolia Woodturners, Jackson, MS - 57
    Sarasota Woodturners, FL - James Weeks - 30
    Northeaster Oklahoma Woodturners Association - 100
    Northeast Wisconsin Woodturners - 45
    Hunt County Woodturners, Greenville, TX - 70
    Comanche Trail Woodturners - 90

    Jose Marti Academy, FL - 61
    Indian Hills Middle School, KS - 74
    Moscow, Middle School, ID - 50
    Mt. Olive Center, WV - 20
    Westmont Junior High School, IL - 10
    Ponchatula High School, LA - 108
    Pinkerton Academy, NH - 9
    Hubbard High School, OH - 10
    Arcelor Mittal Career, IN - 20
    Johnson Junior High School, WY - 20
    Coon Rapids Middle School, MN - 20
    Auburn High School, IL - 10
    Bonanaza High School, NM - 20
    Artesia High School NM - 20
    Norwood-Norfolk Junior High School, NY - 10
    Ogdensburg Freed Academy, NY - 10
    Laurel Junior High School, PA - 9
    Last edited by Jackie Outten; 12-04-2019 at 8:22 PM.

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    Hi Jackie,
    I have some freedom pens that my students have made that I would like to donate to you. Please give me the mailing address and I will send them. In the past I bought and shipped the pens to Joe Kelly and I am saddened that he has passed and I will echo that he was a dedicated and major influence in my freedom pen contributions over the past few years.
    Thanks
    Mike Berndt
    Davisville Middle School
    200 School Street
    North Kingstown, RI 02852

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    Hi Jackie,
    Do you have pen counts for the years prior to 2007? I am trying to assemble a count for our group.

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    Mike

    I am sorry I haven't responded sooner. I just saw this message. You can send the pens to Freedom Pens Project, 8770 Little England Road, Hayes, VA 23072.

    We really do miss Joe Kelly. He was a passionate supporter of Freedom Pens.

    Jackie

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    Craig

    Here is the link to 2007:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread....of-Pen-Turners

    Jackie

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    i donated manzanita for this before and would like to again.

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    Jim,

    You can send it to me or donate it directly to someone else here. I try my best to make sure that any special materials donated to the Freedom Pens project are used appropriately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Outten View Post
    Jim,

    You can send it to me or donate it directly to someone else here. I try my best to make sure that any special materials donated to the Freedom Pens project are used appropriately.
    whats the address? what sizes would be best. i have some dry but most is green. what do you prefer?

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    Freedom Pens Project
    8770 Little England Rd
    Hayes VA, 23072

    Pen blanks are usually 3/4" by 3/4" by 5" if they are larger that's fine.
    I prefer dried blanks.

    Thanks Jim

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    Do you have a source for the red white and blue corian. We Hunt County Woodturners still like to use the RWB center bands
    Dan Henry

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    Dan

    We used to have a source for red, white and blue corian but that was many years ago.

    Jackie

  12. Jackie our club is interested in the project and the committee would like to know what bushings and drill size is. From what I see is a slimline pen?

    Gerald

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    Gerald

    We get the funline kits. They use 7mm drill bit and bushings.

    Jackie

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    Jackie:

    I am "new again" to this thread, but was browsing and found the following in a very early post.


    ***** begin quote *****
    I have drafted a brief note to include with each pen I donate. I think a personal touch would be important to the recipient. I think everyone should consider enclosing a note albeit brief.

    You can see a draft of my intented note here
    MORE TO COME AS TIME PASSES
    ***** end quote *****

    I could not figure out who wrote it and the link to the "intended note" took me into some unknown space.

    I have been turning PENS FOR THE TROOPS for the last 3 years, working with my local WOODCRAFT store and with support from the members of Silicon Valley Woodturners [SVW] have donated over 600 pens over that time.

    I have written a note which I include with each of my pens, and have encouraged the others in SWV to do the same. I would be glad to share my note with you and others if there is any interest.

    Please let me know.

    s/GP

    P.S. No longer in Sumner, WA --- Now in San Jose, CA
    Harmoniously,

    Gordon P in San Jose, CA

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    Gordon

    We would be happy for you to share your note with us.

    Jackie Outten

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