Annual Chapter Dues

Chapter Dues are based on the calendar year and are due every January. Please select your desired option from the drop-down box below. Your choices are:

  • Annual Dues ($25)
  • Affiliate Member Dues ($15)  For members of another AAW Chapter who wish to also join FSW. Your membership in your primary Chapter must remain current.

After making your selection below, fill in your name, and then click the “Pay Now” button. You will be taken to PayPal’s website to enter your credit card information and complete your payment. You should receive an email confirmation from PayPal.

Note:  Affiliate Members enjoy all benefits of Regular Members, except they do not vote in Officer elections.  You must currently belong to another AAW Chapter to be eligible for the discounted Affiliate Membership rate.

When we eventually go back to in-person meetings, we plan to continue using Zoom or other streaming platforms to make our live meetings available to anyone, anywhere.  Also, if you live outside the US and would like to attend our meetings and demos on a regular basis, we welcome you to join as an Affiliate Member.

Chapter Dues - Please Select an Option:
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If you have any problems completing the payment, please contact our Web Guru. Cash or checks are still accepted in person at our meetings, or you can mail a check to our Treasurer, Scott Wishart. Contact him if you need his address.

NOTE: If you are not sure whether or not you’ve already paid your dues, you can check your current membership status here:


First State Woodturners is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to sharing our skills and growing the craft of woodturning.  We participate in many community outreach initiatives, including the Beads of Courage program for children with serious illness, demonstrating at local events, and teaching woodturning to area high school students. Your annual dues and donations help us advance these goals.

Chapter Dues and donations are tax deductible. Save/print your PayPal receipt for tax purposes.

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