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John E. Wood
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  • Cincinnati, OH
  • United States
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Homer Ledford Festival
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Geekling Sep 7.

 

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Gary Alan Shupe left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you for the warm welcome! I believe you will be seeing more of my wife, Karen and me."
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John E. Wood and Michael Ebersohl are now friends
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Michael Ebersohl left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks!"
Wednesday
Diane greenseid left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hi John, thanks for the welcome!"
Tuesday
Tom Oliver left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks John.  Looking forward to learning the Dulcimer.  Once it arrives :)"
Tuesday
Paul &Judy Hay left a comment for John E. Wood
"John, thanks for the welcome, good to be here."
Sunday
Terry Fritz left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hi John, Thank you for the kind welcome"
Oct 14
Tami Coxen left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hi John! I appreciate the warm welcome! "
Oct 14
John E. Wood commented on Ethan Chastain's video
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Maddie and Daddy

"I believe that the gift of music appreciation is one of the best things we can give our children, Ethan. Maddie's enjoyment is obvious. Best wishes to your family."
Oct 13
MJ Schaffer left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you John. Good to be here! "
Oct 10
Rick Eversole left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thanks John, I look forward to learning more about what to do, what not to do, and of course how, and why. Have a good weekend."
Oct 10
Karen O'Neal left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hello again John. Thanks for the response. I Was privileged two see Hearts Of The Dulcimer twice in my area and also purchased the DVD. The film wa great done and the extras on the DVD are terrific as well. I first got my feet wet at our Redwood…"
Oct 10
Kathleen Sheridan left a comment for John E. Wood
"Hi John. Thanks for the Welcome!  I was worried I wouldn't know how to navigate the site but everyone has been so friendly so far, I do believe this is great.  I am a beginner and hope I will find time to commit to playing and…"
Oct 9
Karen O'Neal left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you for the welcome John. I am looking forward to a long association with FOTMD and participating more fully as I gain knowlege and experience. For know most of my participating will be on the asking and learning end but in the future I hope…"
Oct 8
John Sheckler left a comment for John E. Wood
"Thank you…  I have received a warm welcome from many members of the group. I am impressed with the friendliness of the site. I have watched it for a while and used it to get tabs, but only recently became a member because I needed to…"
Oct 7
Mic Brenoel left a comment for John E. Wood
"John,  Thank you for the welcome"
Oct 6

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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 7:48pm on October 22, 2014, Gary Alan Shupe said…

Thank you for the warm welcome! I believe you will be seeing more of my wife, Karen and me.

At 10:01pm on October 21, 2014, Michael Ebersohl said…
Thanks!
At 8:58pm on October 20, 2014, Diane greenseid said…
Hi John, thanks for the welcome!
At 8:00pm on October 20, 2014, Tom Oliver said…

Thanks John.  Looking forward to learning the Dulcimer.  Once it arrives :)

At 7:38pm on October 19, 2014, Paul &Judy Hay said…
John, thanks for the welcome, good to be here.
At 8:34pm on October 14, 2014, Terry Fritz said…

Hi John, Thank you for the kind welcome

At 5:39pm on October 14, 2014, Tami Coxen said…

Hi John! I appreciate the warm welcome!

At 6:37pm on October 10, 2014, MJ Schaffer said…

Thank you John. Good to be here! 

At 6:35pm on October 10, 2014, Rick Eversole said…
Thanks John, I look forward to learning more about what to do, what not to do, and of course how, and why. Have a good weekend.
At 2:49am on October 10, 2014, Karen O'Neal said…
Hello again John. Thanks for the response. I Was privileged two see Hearts Of The Dulcimer twice in my area and also purchased the DVD. The film wa great done and the extras on the DVD are terrific as well. I first got my feet wet at our Redwood Dulcimer Day (RDD) in August of last year using a loner dulcimer. My kids then blessed me with my Folkcraft for Christmas. This year attended RDD again and also the Berkley Gathering. Now that I have really gotten wet I just joined A dulcimer jam and lesson group run by Laura Devine. So exciting. She is also in the dulcimer film. Well probably all this is more than you needed or wanted to know so better close this out.
 
 
 

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