OK, as it stands we need the following tools (at least four (4) of each:
Hand Rip Saw - Raymond 1 regular, 1 Japanese style
Hand Crosscut Saw - Raymond 1 regular, 1 Japanese style
Chisels (what size(s)) - Raymond 1 each 1/2", 3/4", 1 inch
Mallets - Raymond 1
Pencil / Marking Pen - Raymond 2 (carpenter pencils)
Ruler/Straight Edge - Raymond 1
Spoke Shave - Raymond 1
I have 2 rip saws, 2 crosscut, 3 sets of chisels so we're covered there.
I have 2 speed squares, plenty pencils, 3 tape measures, 3 spokeshaves
6 braces, various bits that I need to look through and sharpen.
I think for the little kids we or their parents can do some of the work using battery tools.
Dirk, we need all the help we can get. 28 cub scouts are depending on us.
Besides these young future woodworkers there are thousands of other Scouts, both boys and girls, that we have the potential to reach. If this is a success we may be able to set in place a train the trainer program to teach Scout leaders more about woodworking and they in turn can introduce their troops to our craft.
I was refering to me bringing tools. I no way meant I would not be there. I would also like to invite some of our piedmont members to join us on this one. Great oppotunity to start on an outreach adventure.