The Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarvers Club’s representative, Pam Karl, presented a donation to Patti Brayfield, The Sound House’s representative.

The Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarvers Club’s representative, Pam Karl, presented a donation to Patti Brayfield, The Sound House’s representative. The Sound House is a youth service in Lebanon which gives extra help to children, including help with meals, clothing, and tutoring. The donation was from the carving club’s proceeds from the carved spoon project. The club raffled off framed boards that held different decorative carved spoons, and the project won first place at the 2019 Ozark Empire Fair.

The Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarvers Club meets the third Monday of every month at 7:00 P.M. at the Camdenton United Methodist Church. Beginners are welcome. Jim Long teaches a carving project at 4:00 before the meeting. Also, there is open carving weekly at the senior center at the following places: There’s carving in Laurie on Wednesdays from 12:15. There’s carving at the senior center in Camdenton on Thursdays at 9:00. There’s carving at the new senior center in Osage Beach on Osage Beach Parkway on Tuesdays at 9:00. In Lebanon there is a carving group on Wednesdays at 9:00 at the Peggy Summers Library. For more information about the club call President Loren Woodard at 573-480-2003. The club’s web-site is: lakeozarkswoodcarvers.org.