Emily Griffith Technical College – Clock Repair Class
The Clock Repair Class covers clock disassembly, rebuilding, cleaning, assembly and adjustment. Upon completion of this class, the student will possess the knowledge and techniques to be able to get a job repairing the most common type of mechanical clocks available today.
Chapter 21 and the clock repair class are very interested in sharing the wonderful world of clock and clock repairing. This arrangement shows what a great cooperative community of clock enthusiasts we have. The school helps with enlistment in the NAWCC and Chapter 21 memberships and has helped to produce several good local clock workshops attended by students and Emily Griffith and members of chapter 21.
A Close Relationship between the class and the NAWCC
At least 1/3 of the members of chapter 21 have attended the clock repair class at Emily Griffith Technical College. The relationship goes back many decades.
This area of the website is dedicated to news and information concerning the clock repair class.
The chapter supports a scholarship fund for qualified students. It is called the Margine Oswald Scholarship.
Ken Reindel Donates Lathe to Clock Repair Class
Ken Reindel, of owner of Ken’s Clock Clinic, presenting a new Sherline series 4000 lathe to Dean Michael Bevis of Emily Griffith Technical College for use in the Clock Repair course. Looking on are Chapter 21 Vice President Ken Gfeller, the EG Clock Repair lead instructor, and Chapter 21 member and EG volunteer instructor Jerry Spann.