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South Town Carvers Show 2004

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Jed Donahue and Jim Hilburger helping get the booth set up

Rich Mialki, who helped pull everything together, hard at work

The Annual South Town Carvers Show draws carvers from many surrounding states and Canada

It fills the one of the exhibition halls at the Erie County Fairgrounds

Our booth had three lathes going for demonstrations and several tables of turned items to sell for charity

A shot of some of the items for sale with some of the Sunday booth volunteers

The Carving Show had a nice cross section of excellent carvings

They ranged from desk top carcicatures to almost life sized statues

One of the prize winning chip carvings

There were wall hangings to carved guitars on display

No carving show would be complete without the carved ducks

One of the more unique carved busts

Back at our booth, Paul Putt and Jed Donahue discuss the finer points of whistle turning

Jed has an audience interested in the whistles

Paul Mazuchowski has his audience interested in his hollow turning

... and carver and club member Pepper Weinheimer tends to the weenie cooking for the show exhibitors

       
Photos by Jim Hilburger, Paul Mazuchowski, and Kurt Hertzog (5/04)
     

 


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