Toy Workshop

We meet at 8:00am the fourth Friday of the month at Rockler Woodworking.

Our next Toy Workshop is at 8:00am:
Friday, October 25th

Rockler Woodworking
1955 N. Tustin,
Orange, CA 92865 [Map]
(714) 282-1157

Toy Puzzle

September 2019 - Photos and report by Jerry Delmore

The workshop was quite busy. I forgot to take pictures, so the photos are from the past workshops. We had a new (non-member) help us. Thank you to Fred of Fullerton. Next month will be our final manufacturing workshop for the year. Let’s make it our best.

Thank you to all the members that came throughout the year and those that worked behind the scenes for their support.

See you on October 25th at 8:00am, Rockler Orange.

  • Don Borchardt
    Don Borchardt
  • Erwin Bragg
    Erwin Bragg
  • Dan Cornwell
    Dan Cornwell
  • Devon Day
    Devon Day
  • Jerry Delmore
    Jerry Delmore
    Toy Committee
  • Jim Graham
    Jim Graham
  • Bert Halter
    Bert Halter
  • John Howe
    John Howe
  • Mike Johnson
    Mike Johnson
  • Mike Morand & 
Jim Steele
    Mike Morand & Jim Steele
  • Jim Stramer
    Jim Stramer
  • Linda Tadlock & 
Day Devon
    Linda Tadlock & Day Devon
  • Gary Tennison
    Gary Tennison
    Toy Committee

About the Toy Program

Toy Cayron Truck

O.C.S.S.A. is a group of men and women of all ages who have a common interest in the hobby of scroll-sawing and get together  monthly to share our knowledge, skills and ideas with each other.  We are very proud of the fact that our most important objective is to make and donate toys to sick, underprivileged and/or abused children.

Dog Puzzles

Many of the toys are made by the members in their shops at home. Workshops are also held to complete the unfinished items.  At Christmastime the toys are then boxed and delivered to various organizations including Orangewood Children's Home, U.C.I. Medical Center, C.H.O.C. and Halcyon House.  In 2004, approximately 550 toys were donated to nine organizations which also included a military facility in Iraq, as well as to a shelter in San Bernardino that housed the people that were evacuated from the major fires there.  In 2005, 302 toys had been shipped to an evacuation location in Louisiana due to Hurricane Katrina.

Alphabet Puzzle

In 2006, we finished approximately 400 toys. They were boxed up and made ready for distribution during the first week of December and then passed out to various organizations who work with children. A big thank you goes out to all who helped with this project over the past year.

In 2007, over 900 toys were made and given away to various organizations.