Students turn heads at AWFS competition

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Six high school and college students were recognized in the American Association of Woodturners’ “Turning to the Future” competition, held during the 2015 AWFS fair in Las Vegas.

Michael Anderson, homeschooled in Chama, N.M., won the high school division. Kailee Bosch of Poudre High School in Fort Collins, Colo., placed second, while Miguel Ingles of Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough, N.C., was honorable mention.

Carrie Etherington of Brigham Young University won the college division. Taima Krayem, North Bennett Street School, took second and Danielle Heckman, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was honorable mention.

The juried competition received 43 entries from 29 students.

For information, visit www.woodturner.org.

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