March - April 2000

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Articles

  • Old World Sculptors to Debut By Denise and Randy Rolfe
  • Bear Carvers of Japan By Bill Novak
  • The Runamuck Project By Hal MacIntosh
  • Minor Blades By Dave Whiren
  • Golf Balls by the Slice! By Lynn Sheeley Jr.
  • Carve a Fox and Rabbit By Lois Henry
  • Hand-Carved Carousel Proposed for Hawaii By Juanetta Baysa
  • Thunder Bay Carvers Begin Totem Pole By Gail Williams
  • Wayne Woodcarvers’ Snake Puzzle Project By Tim Hess
  • Elbigenalp: Center of Carvers & Artists By M. Geisler-Moroder
  • The Cutting Edge By Bev Beatty
  • Snow Daze 2000 By Pam Witte
  • George C. Scott is Alive and Well By Doris Ward
  • George Graham — Scottish Bird Carver By Dick Mekkelsen
  • Windsor Museum Honors Tecumseh By Julie Lawrence
  • Ken Means Carousel Carving Seminars By Julia Means
  • Rex Tackles Trio of Tree Trunks By George Sheryka
  • Hunting the Elusive Morel By Jim Sanders
  • Retired Salvation Army Major is Avid Carver/Ventriloquist
  • ‘Ccows’ — Not Your Typical Carving Club By Robert Miles
  • Coming Events Calendar
  • Workshops & Seminars
  • Sources of Supplies

Show Reports

  • Mesa, Ariz.
  • Tucson, Ariz.
  • Santa Maria, Calif.
  • Tustin, Calif.
  • Fort Collins, Colo.
  • Inverness, Fla.
  • Arlington Heights, Ill.
  • Danville, Ind.
  • Stratford, N.J.
  • Bismarck, N.D.
  • Dayton, Ohio
  • Dover, Ohio
  • Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Portland, Ore.
  • Lima, Pa.
  • Longview, Wash.
  • Puyallup, Wash.
  • Vancouver, Wash.
  • Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
  • Ilderton, Ontario, Canada
  • Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Features contributed by

  • Wayne Barton
  • Peter Benson
  • Bob Boyer
  • Don Burgdorf
  • Fred Cogelow
  • Roy Colbert
  • Cheryl Dow
  • Mary Duke Guldan
  • John Hagensick
  • Chris Lubkemann
  • Dick Smith
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward

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