All ordering and purchasing, based on need, are done by the board. General meetings are held quarterly and classes are scheduled throughout the year.
Each piece a person makes is fired a minimum of two times, once when the clay is dry and once when it is glazed. Each piece is accompanied by a slip of paper with name and type of firing. Loading pieces in the kiln is like a jigsaw puzzle, and Paula Lambert, “Queen of the Kiln,” works hard to place pieces so they are secure and fired safely with no breakage.