Commemorative Case Knife and Council Carving Hatchet STILL AVAILABLE

We still have a few of the Case 30th Anniversary Commemorative Knives for $85, as well as the Commemorative Case Knife Commemorative Council Carving Hatchet for $100.  The Board Of Directors has authorized a package price of $165 for the two items. If you are interested in purchasing one or both of these items please contact June Bryan at 252-447-7688!

We also have some of the 30th Anniversary calendars available also.  Calendars are $15 each and are available at the monthly Guild meetings.

Huge thanks to Gordon Allen for his fantastic photography, and to a TON of others that contributed! Thank you SO much to all of those who made this happen! 

 

Commemorative Case knife

 

Commemorative Council Carving Hatchet

Commemorative Council Carving Hatchet

 

Contributors:                                                                                                                                                 

Jack Gardner spearhead the initiative.

Logo for front cover: Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild

Janurary: Mitchell Fulcher Pintail – Decoy from the Robbie Smith Collection – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

February: Wayne Davis Canvasback – Decoy Courtesy of Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild – Photo by Gordon   Allen Photography

March: Curt Salter Northern Shoveler – Decoy Courtesy of Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

April: Carl Huff Wood Duck – Decoy Courtesy of Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center (on loan from the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild). Photo by Lookout Images, Photography by Dan Williams

May: James Salter Wood Duck – Decoy Courtesy of Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center (on loan from the Guild). Photo Lookout Images, Photography by Dan Williams

June: David Lawrence Mallard – Decoy Courtesy of the Doug O’Neal Collection; 1st Annual Core Sound Waterfowl Festival Courtesy of Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild; David Lawrence Doodles Courtesy of David Lawrence Trust; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

July: Norman Hancock Surf Scoter – Decoy Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild, Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

August: Homer Fulcher Redhead – Decoy Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

September: Roy Willis and Gerald Davis Shorebirds – Decoys from the Gordon Allen Collection; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

October: Gregory Lupton Canvasback – Decoy Courtesy of Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center (on loan from the Guild). Photo by Lookout Images, Photography by Dan Williams

November: Alvin Harris – Homer Fulcher Redhead – Decoy Courtesy of the Gordon Allen Collection; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography

December: Walter ” Brother ” Gaskill Lesser Scaup Hen – Courtesy of Walter ” Brother ” Gaskill; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography taken at the International Wildfowl Carvers Association (I. W. C. A.) 2017 Style Decoy Competition hosted by the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and
Heritage Center and The Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild, on June 24,2017 at the CSWM&HC.

Backcover: Jack Gardner Cormorant – Decoy Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild; Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Jerry Talton Decoys – Decoys Courtesy of the Gordon Allen Collection;Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Core Sound Celebrating 30 Years Logo – Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild
Competition Decoys – taken at the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Festival -Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Decoy Head Carving Competition – taken at the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Festival – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Monty Willis Hood Merganser – Decoy Courtesy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Childern’s Poster Contest – taken at the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild Festival – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Casey Arthur’s Workbench – taken during a carving demonstration – Photo by Gordon Allen Photography
Loon Day Waterfowl Competition – photo by Gordon Allen Photography taken during Loon Day
Poem by Wayne Davis; photo by Gordon Allen Photography