These Fire Boxes are able to support a camp oven and can be assembled in less than 2 minutes. They are available for purchase from the Wodonga Men’s Shed as follows Fire Box – $80.00 (weight approx 8kg) Fire Box in storage box – $100.00 (weight approx 11kg) Wodonga Men’s Shed will post the Fire… continue reading
The Albury Wodonga Woodcrafters (AWWINC) sponsored by the Wodonga Men’s Shed have successfully made 62 pens to be sent to our troops overseas. They had a fun day of making these pens and lunch was included. To view the results of their great work please click here.
ABC Murray Goulburn radio, hosted by Ray Tyrell, will be broadcasting from the Wodonga Men’s Shed from 6.00 am to 9.00 am Saturday 1st February. They are supporting the Tallangatta/Corryong Men’s Shed call out for wood working tools and garden implements for all their neighbours who have been impacted by the recent fires. A free… continue reading
The complete firebox kit for the active camper. This kit can be assembled in under 90 seconds and packed up in 45 seconds. The firebox will support a camp oven. For more details click here.
Dick Odewahn and David (Dustcoat) Graves busily installing the dust extractor for the new drop saw – next to the thickener.
Keeping a healthy diet is extremely important as you age – to improve your energy levels, maintain a healthy weight and prevent against chronic health conditions. Men less than 70 years of age require 65 grams of protein per day, whilst those over 70 require up to 80 grams high-protein foods including eggs, meat, poultry,… continue reading
The lads at the Wodonga Men’s Shed rejuvenated 3 bench seats and tables for the school, and delivered them. For more pictures please click here.
Here are 10 miraculous things about your body that you take for granted. 1. Trillion is a lot when it started with one: Your body is made up of approximately 100 trillion cells. They all came from the division of one single cell. 300 million cells die every minute, but it’s really just a small… continue reading
A large rocking horse required some repairs with a broken rocker arm. Les Letcher and Bill Donovan leaped to the challenge and replaced both rocking arms with new pine timber. This required a total of 10 man hours with painting and reassembling. The finished horse looks like new. Good work to those involved.