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Thursday, November 12, 2015

2015 Catawba Valley Wood Carvers Club Top Winners

Here is the top winners of the 14th Annual Catawba Valley Woodcarving Competition:

  • Category #34 – SWAP
    • 1st Frank Freer
    • 2nd Dwayne Gosnell
    • 3rd Mitch Cartledge

  • Best of Show Theme
    • 1st  Neil Zyp
    • 2nd Steve Robertson
    • 3rd Dottie Sabo

  • 3rd Best of Novice
    • Paul Desrosiers Chip Carved Candle Box
  • 3rd Best of Intermediate
    • Jim Horn Gun Rack With Long Guns
  • 3rd Best of Open
    • Jeff Kleineick Assassin’s Creed Conner

  • 2nd Best of Novice
    • Eugene Cleveland Cowboy
  • 2nd Best of Intermediate
    • Peter Gendle Cotton Wood Bark House
  • 2nd Best of Open
    • Mike Bennnett Wolf

  • 1st Best of Novice
    • David Quine Wood spirit
  • 1st Best of Intermediate
    • Rufus Rowland Red-Tailed Hawk
  • 1st Best of Open 
    • Jim Carpenter Red-Tailed Hawk

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Show Winners List

Here is a list of those who prizes at this year's 15th Annual Extravaganza:

  • Grand Prize: $1,000:  Kathie Sherrill – Denver, NC
  • $500:  Ashley Ambrose – Morganton, NC
  • $500:  Mac Hoffman – Morganton, NC
  • $500:  Bruce Dalzell – Biltmore Lake, NC
  • $500:  Randy Sherrill – Mooresville, NC
  • Proxxon Chop and Miter Saw:  Lee Robbins – Catawba, NC
  • Wilton ATV Vise:  James Lamb – Newton, NC & Matt Armstrong Boone NC

Friday, October 16, 2015

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

14th Annual Extravaganza Highlights - Youth Activities

A big thanks to the Hickory Museum of Art for providing youth activities at the 14th Annual Extravaganza!

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Monday, October 31, 2011

Grand Prize Winner

Congratulations to Aaron Renner who won the $1,000 Grand Prize Gift Certificate for use at Klingspor's Woodworking Shop! His name was drawn at this year's 11th Annual Woodworking Extravaganza held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center in Hickory, NC on October 21st and 22nd.

Keep checking this blog for next year's date of the Woodworking Extravaganza. You might be next year's winner!