ters, and a $750 prize to Cole Daniels
of Rolla Technical Institute in Rolla,
Missouri, for his project Hard Ninety,
a shuffleboard with intricate paneling
and accenting, which also won Second
Place in the 2019 High School Special
Theme Category: Sports and Games.
Daniels used stock oak and maple, with
burled maple veneer for paneling. The
playing surface is a butcher block style.
A new Bravo to Teachers award was
given out. Sponsor PantoRouter presented a well-deserving teacher they
selected with a PantoRouter tool. The
recipient was Joe Davis from Dale Jackson Career Center in Flower Mound,
Texas. Davis’s student Kyle Hassett also
won First Place in the High School
“Sports and Games” Category for his
poker table The Big Slick.
Fresh Wood category sponsors for
2019 were Next Wave Automation,
Design for Production Category Sponsor; Lignia Wood Co. Ltd, Seating
Category Sponsor; and Northwest
Hardwoods, Table Category Sponsor.
The Fresh Wood 2019 judging
panel consisted of Bob Barone (
Precision Drive Spindles/PDS); Judson
Beaumont (Straight Line Design);
Scott Grove (Imagine Grove); Wendy
Maruyama (Wendy Maruyama Studio)
and Jim Wellever (Michigan Career &
First Place winners in each category
and at each school level received a
$1,000 prize, Second Place winners
received $500 and Honorable Mention
winners received $250. AWFS covers
project shipping and the majority of
travel and hotel costs. See http://awfs.
Deal me in. The Big Slick poker table was made by Kyle Hassett of Dale Jackson Career
Center in Flower Mound, Texas.
Detach, by Valeria Alt of California College of the Arts in San Francisco, looks at the dynamic
effect of technology.
Serenity by Keaton Carter of Corner
Canyon High School in Draper, Utah,
combines thoughts of mountains and music.
Logan Miller of Lincoln East High School
in Lincoln, Nebraska, made the L. & J.G.
Stickley Prairie Chair, following steps to
give it the Stickley appearance.