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Dave Cleveland, left, and Mark Lombard, show off Clevelands keepsake box that took the overall award in Lombard's Hardwoods Supply woodworking contest last month. This is the second year for the contest designed to encourage woodworkers of all ages to get creative. Cleveland also won his category (professional, smaller than a breadbox).The other category winners were Steve Noyes, for professional bigger than a breadbox (a rocking chair); Mike Tyrell for amateur bigger than a bread box (a rocking chair); Steve Voorhies for amateur smaller than a breadbox (oriental spice cabinet); and Chelan High School students Javier Mata and Gilberto Salmeron for their comment box. The category winners received a gift certificate to Lombard's Hardwood Supply. Cleveland also won $500 worth of Festool products. Cleveland, who works for Traditional Woodcrafting Inc. in Leavenworth, said he made three of the boxes simultaneously using African Mahogany, curly maple, bird's eye maple and ebony. For more, see www.ncwbusiness.com.
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Title Annotation:Keeping up with people
Publication:Wenatchee Business Journal
Geographic Code:1U3OH
Date:Aug 1, 2012
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