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In America at the moment carving for an event to raise money for a cure for cystic fibrosis.

Started carving this guy today in between other projects. IMG_20191106_171305.jpegIMG_20191106_232552_872.jpegIMG_20191106_184920.jpeg

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In America at the moment carving for an event to raise money for a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Started carving this guy today in between other projects. IMG_20191106_171305.thumb.jpeg.ad5328911a0312b88f144a880b6d614a.jpegIMG_20191106_232552_872.thumb.jpeg.f6553f0ef19775d34fc5da9891c52c73.jpegIMG_20191106_184920.thumb.jpeg.bbb255199ff64795e1f16da37f9db8c6.jpeg
And finished IMG_20191107_142426_056.jpegIMG_20191107_142426_060.jpegIMG_20191107_142426_058.jpeg
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Let us know what it goes for! I assume it’s an auction?
It didn't get a great price at the auction but happy to have contributed to an amazing $206,000 raised for the cystic fibrosis foundation.
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That’s cool I like it ,how did you end up in America, did they pay for you to get there etc etc 
It's an invitational event to raise as much as possible for cf foundation. As long as you donate a medium to large piece and an hour speed carve you can make as much inventory as possible to offset flight costs. They look after you well in Georgia.
They also create teams of carvers to carve sponsor pieces for businesses who make big donations. So showing up with nothing, assisting with a sponsor carve, carving a donation plus the speed carve doesn't leave a lot of free time to create stock. I covered my flight costs so it was well worth it

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