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TV Woodworkers Club

Who We Are:

The Tellico Village woodworkers are a group of men and women who enjoy the art and craft of working wood. Currently with over 200 members and growing.

We meet the 1st Tuesday of the month on the top floor of the Tellico Village Yacht Club at 7pm. 

Board meetings are held 8:15 a.m. at Little Italy Restaurant, two Saturdays prior to the general meeting.  Everyone is welcome.

Our goal is to promote further knowledge and expertise of the woodworking craft through meeting programs, mentoring classes, and sharing of experience. The Club and it’s members are active in helping local non-profit organizations with community service projects, as well as the Loudon County Sheriff’s Toys For Tots Program, all through our woodworking.

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Membership Information


Membership is open to everyone at all skill levels.


  • You do not have to live in Tellico Village.
  • Membership fee is $20 per year.
  • To join contact Membership Chair:  Chris Campbell
  • Click here for our membership form and instructions.  


Member Benefits:


  • Access to hardwood lumber, cut and kiln dried by the club, at a fraction of lumberyard costs
  • Discounts at local hardware and woodworking stores
  • Use of both large shop tool (band saw, drum sander, etc.) as well as smaller, portable tools
  • Mentoring classes that teach woodworking skills
  • Ability to contribute to the community, with service projects and the annual Toys for Tots program
  • Access to “members only” tool sales
  • Great camaraderie with fellow woodworkers


TV Woodworkers on TellicoLife

TV Woodworkers uses TellicoLife to raise awareness of the club and its missions. See their webiste:  www.tvwoodworkers.com for additional information on the club. 

Click here for the TV Woodworkers event calendar.  You will be taken to the Woodworkers website.  Their events are not posted to the TellicoLife calendar.  

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Woodworkers Links

To access this page directly, bookmark:  www.tellicolife.org/tv-woodworkers-club