The November demo, a short one, given the AGM, brought us an introduction to the chainsaw and its use. Described as “an angry machine” by Francis Corr, he provided a wealth of information and practical tips, particularly around safety. Sawdust and noise precluded its use indoors and, as the weather was kind, people even got a breath of fresh air!
The Chapter completed the chess set shown here, for our entry into the Chapter Challenge.
The board made by John Killoran. David Sweeney, the bishops. Stephen Coffe & Paul Murtagh, the knights. Martin Boyle, the kings and queens. Peter Mulvanney, the pawns. Eamonn Boland, the castles. Joe O'Neill, the box.
Other people contributed wood. These members will decide what will will done with the set. We did not win (Limerick Chapter did), but a splendid effort nonetheless. Thanks to all who contributed.