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John E. Wood
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  • Cincinnati, OH
  • United States
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ruth weedon left a comment for John E. Wood
"So kind of you to send such a welcoming message. I bought my instrument a year ago and loved it instantly. It strikes me as a sociable instrument and a site like this bears that out. Ruth"
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Mary Ann Holland left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you for the shout out!  Really looking forward to getting into the dulcimer swing of things here in the PNW.  There is so much good music around here and even though I haven't connected with any local dulcimer enthusiasts, I am…"
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Jim Couch left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks! I am amazed at the warm reception from everyone here!"
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Wayne Byrd left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks John, How experienced of a player were you when you went to WCU? "
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Rebecca Semple left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks for the welcome!"
Dec 10
Stephanie Muschlitz left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hello John, Thank you for welcoming me. I look forward to participating and learning new things. I am in awe of the resources and the great folks! Have a great evening! "
Dec 7
clayton russell left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks for the welcome. Amazing so many people are interested in dulcimers."
Dec 6
troy martin left a comment for John E. Wood
"thanks for the welcome"
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Kathy Ford left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you John."
Dec 3
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Judy Myres left a comment for John E. Wood
"Looks like a lot of good information and discussions on this site.  Thanks for welcoming me!"
Dec 1
Jan Matuska left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you!"
Dec 1
Wendy Hawkins left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you for the welcome message. I am looking forward to learning the mountain dulcimer. Wendy"
Dec 1
Denise alexander left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you for the warm welcome. Hoping to learn how to play the dulcimer. Learning a new instrument is a bit intimidating. Glad I found this site!"
Nov 28
Stephen Hoover left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hello Thanks for the welcome. Happy Turkey Day. - Stephen"
Nov 27
Sharon Watson left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you John."
Nov 27

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My interests in music and in mountain dulcimers:
Retired teacher. First dulcimer 2004. Make my own instruments. Try to attend 3 to 6 festivals a year. Attended WCU Mountain Dulcimer Week in 2008. Have played at nursing homes and try to keep this going.
Why I want to join Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer
From reading Lisa's (Strumelia's) posts on Everythingdulcimer.

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At 6:28am on December 21, 2014, ruth weedon said…

So kind of you to send such a welcoming message. I bought my instrument a year ago and loved it instantly. It strikes me as a sociable instrument and a site like this bears that out. Ruth

At 2:15pm on December 19, 2014, Mary Ann Holland said…

Thank you for the shout out!  Really looking forward to getting into the dulcimer swing of things here in the PNW.  There is so much good music around here and even though I haven't connected with any local dulcimer enthusiasts, I am inspired.  

At 11:12pm on December 16, 2014, Jim Couch said…

Thanks! I am amazed at the warm reception from everyone here!

At 6:16pm on December 12, 2014, Wayne Byrd said…

Thanks John,

How experienced of a player were you when you went to WCU?

At 10:02am on December 10, 2014, Rebecca Semple said…

Thanks for the welcome!

At 8:23pm on December 7, 2014, Stephanie Muschlitz said…

Hello John,

Thank you for welcoming me.

I look forward to participating and learning new things.

I am in awe of the resources and the great folks!

Have a great evening!

At 8:11pm on December 6, 2014, clayton russell said…

Thanks for the welcome. Amazing so many people are interested in dulcimers.

At 7:14pm on December 4, 2014, troy martin said…

thanks for the welcome

At 8:55pm on December 3, 2014, Kathy Ford said…

Thank you John.

At 5:42pm on December 1, 2014, Judy Myres said…

Looks like a lot of good information and discussions on this site.  Thanks for welcoming me!

 
 
 

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