2019 festival summary

  • 38 Chainsaw Carvers were at the festival this year.
  • They donated 120 Carvings for the Auction.
  • 137 people registered for the Auction
  • The Auction total was $33,540.00, $630.00 less than last year.  Half $16,580.00 minus five items auctioned by the club went to the carvers.  The average price per carving was about $252, $16 less than last year.
  • The Confluence Lions Club donated $5,000.00 from the Festival, to the Somerset County Blind Association.  The Confluence Lions Club has donated over $140,300 to the Somerset County Blind Association from the past 16 Festivals.
  • Douglas Ryan won First Place with top Auction Piece of $2,100.  Douglas won $700 and our First Place Auction Trophy.
  • Jeffery Postma was second with $2,100.  Jeffery won $300 and our Second Place Auction Trophy.
  • Sue Cox was third with $1400.  Sue won $200 and our Third Place Auction Trophy.
  • Douglas Ryan also won for the “Peoples Choice” voting.  Corry won $200.00 and our People’s Choice Trophy.
  • Abby Peterson won First Place for his Indian Carving in the Sponsor Carving judging.  Abby won a Husqvarna Chainsaw and our First Place Sponsor Carving Trophy.
  • Pat Holbert’s Owls Carving was second and received our Second Place Sponsor Carving Trophy.
  • Jeffery Postma’s Bear in a Log Carving was third and received our Third Place Sponsor Carving Trophy.
  • Every carver that attended the Banquet on Thursday night received a door prize.  There were two Husqvarna Chainsaw available, shirts and hats along with other items.
  • We did not purchase a Park Carving this year.  We will replace the existing eleven Park carvings as needed.
  • The 38 carver split a total of $25,156 from the Auction, prize money, sponsorships, Husqvarna chain saws, gifts and food.  This does not include individual sales.

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