A raffle for this Noah’s Ark piece was held to benefit the Tehachapi Senior Center during the 10th Annual Woodcarvers Rendezvous held last week in Oakhurst. The ark plus all passengers was a club project, which took the Tehachapi Mountain Carvers about a year to complete. Here, President Alan Powell sits with member Heidi Thrasher.
A raffle for this Noah’s Ark piece was held to benefit the Tehachapi Senior Center during the 10th Annual Woodcarvers Rendezvous held last week in Oakhurst. The ark plus all passengers was a club project, which took the Tehachapi Mountain Carvers about a year to complete. Here, President Alan Powell sits with member Heidi Thrasher. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
A raffle for this Noah’s Ark piece was held to benefit the Tehachapi Senior Center during the 10th Annual Woodcarvers Rendezvous held last week in Oakhurst. The ark plus all passengers was a club project, which took the Tehachapi Mountain Carvers about a year to complete. Here, President Alan Powell sits with member Heidi Thrasher. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

Woodcarvers show off creative handiwork at annual Rendezvous in Oakhurst

May 04, 2017 01:15 PM

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