Woodfest 2019 Showcases Student’s Wood Working Skill

Brandon Holdeman

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Sedro-Woolley High School hosted the annual WoodFest competition last weekend.
“When I went to WoodFest I saw some of the most craziest things ever. This resin table was there and a sick wooden chair was there, surprised it didn’t place overall,” said SWHS senior Jameson Kolbeck.
Students came from Sedro-Woolley, Concrete, Stanwood, and La Conner to compete by showing off their wood projects to judges for various prizes and trophies. Projects were ranging from bowls and chairs to tables and plaques.

Brandon Holdeman
Brandon Holdeman creates a wooden lounge chair as one of his submissions to the annual competition.