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Established 1990

Achievement Program Protocol

Levels of achievement are earned in order and lower levels must be earned before a higher level can be earned. 

All levels earned are retained for life.  

Achievement items for each level are counted only for that level being earned. When a level is earned they are not counted for the requirements of the next level but can be repeated to meet the requirements.


The President's Choice White Star Award:
This award is given to only one member 
per year based on the President's choice for outstanding contribution to the club.  A member cannot 
receive this award two years in a row. 

 

 

List of Achievement Items

 

Levels of Recognition      

Bronze                                   Requires 4 As

Silver                                     Requires 2 As and 3 Bs

Gold                                       Requires 2 As, 3 Bs and 1 C

Platinum                                Requires 2 As, 3 Bs and 2 Cs

Bronze Double                      Requires 8 As

Silver Double                         Requires 4 As and 6 Bs

Gold Double                          Requires 4 As, 6 Bs and 2 Cs

Platinum Double                   Requires 4 As, 6 Bs and 4 Cs

Bronze Triple                        Requires 12 As

Silver Triple                           Requires 6 As and 9 Bs

Gold Triple                            Requires 6 As, 9 Bs and 3 C

Platinum Triple                     Requires 6 As, 9 Bs and 6 Cs

Bronze 4th Level                    Requires 16 As

Silver 4th Level                       Requires 8 As and 12 Bs

Gold 4th Level                        Requires 8 As, 12 Bs and 4 C

Platinum 4th Level                 Requires 8 As, 12 Bs and 8 Cs

Bronze 5th Level                    Requires 20 As

Silver 5th Level                       Requires 10 As and 15 Bs

Gold 5th Level                       Requires 12 As, 15 Bs and 5 C

Platinum 5th Level                Requires 10 As, 15 Bs and 10 Cs

 

 

Levels of achievement are earned in order and lower levels must be earned before a higher level can be earned. All levels earned are retained for life.

 

Achievement items for each level are counted only for the level being earned. When a level is earned they are not counted for the requirements of the next level but can be repeated to meet the requirements.

 

A1        Attend a Shop Visit

A2        Participate in a Show & Tell at club meeting

A3        Place something you built in a club exhibit

A4        Write a Book review or Video review

A5        Write a Tool Review

A6        Attend at least 9 membership meetings in a year

A7        Submit an article to the club newsletter

A8        Donate materials for club projects

A9        Serve on the meeting Hospitality (coffee & cookies) for a meeting

A10       Attend the club picnic

A11       Attend the club Christmas party

A12       Donate materials to the club library

A13       Generate Publicity for the club

A14       Suggest links for the club website

A15       Participate in club meeting (tips, give away, suggestions, problems)

A16       Send in a Bargain Alert

A17       Participate in a club Challenge

A18       Suggest book for club library

A19       Submit information to share with club members

A20       Write a review of a woodworking event or topic

A21       Annual club dues paid by the May club meeting

A22       Make 5 toys for the Toys for Kids Program

A23       Attend a toy building workshop.

A24       Attend a Club breakfast.

A25       Painting 5 toys made by someone else for the Toys for Kids Program.

A26       Provide refreshments for a Committees Meeting.

A27       Attend a Special Interest Group Meeting.

A28       Submit a toy plan for posting on the clubs web page.

A29       Convert a toy plan to PDF format for posting on the clubs web page.

A30       Help another club member attend a club meeting by giving them a ride.

B1        Serve on a club Committee

B2        Go on a club field trip

B3        Make 20 toys for the Toys for Kids Program

B4        Attend at least 9 club Committees meetings in a year

B5        Put on a demonstration at a club meeting or Shop Visit.

B6        Help on the club picnic

B7        Help on the club Christmas party     

B8        Recruit a new club member

B9        Make a Video for the club library

B10       Donate a gift or gifts for the guests at the club Christmas Party

B11       Recommending and delivering toys to an organization for distribution.

B12       Demonstrate or teach a skill in a club video.

B13       Host a club committee meeting in your home.

B14       Painting 20 toys made by someone else for the Toys for Kids Program.

B15       Make items for give away at the clubs County Fair booth or other event.

B16       Setup/Take Down the clubs booth at events.

B17       Supply items/materials for the clubs County Fair booth and other club events.

B18       Donate a gift or gifts for the bingo at the club picnic.

B19       Help on a club project.

B20       Host a club training class at your home or shop.

B21       Attend a club woodworking training class.

B22       Help put on a club woodworking training class.

C1        Teach a woodworking skill to a youth or youth groups (hands on)

C2        Teach a woodworking skill to adults (hands on)

C3        Chair or Co Chair a club Committee

C4        Hold a club office for 1 year

C5        Help at the clubs County Fair booth or a booth at another event.

C6        Put on a demo at the clubs County Fair booth or a booth at another event.

C7        Represent the club on a community service project

C8        Make 50 toys for the Toys for Kids Program

C9        Host a toy building workshop.

C10       Painting 50 toys made by someone else for the Toys for Kids Program.

C11       Donate handmade item/items for a club raffle.

C12       Donate the use of your shop for a club project.

 

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