Students recognized for woodturning talent

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The American Association of Woodturners announced the winners of the “Turning to the Future” student competition and juried exhibit, which promotes opportunities in woodturning and showcases student woodturning talent, at the 2017 AWFS fair.

High School Division

Open Category

First — Judah Costello, North Salem High School (Ore.)

Second — Justin Fiaschetti, Delaware Valley Regional High School (N.J.)

Functional Category

First — Fiaschetti

Second — Todd Halleman, Newburg High School (Ore.)

Best in Show — Fiaschetti

Post-Secondary Division

Open Category

First — Scott Davies, Brigham Young University

Second — Ian Anderson, Brigham Young University

Functional Category

First — Tyler Gaston, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Second — Emily MacCloud, Rhode Island School of Design

Best in Show — Davies

People's Choice

Brandon Lucus, Western Piedmont Community College

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