Eagle Head Canes
Dating back to the civil war, when soldiers would come home (many with leg injuries), their neighbors would carve a cane for them bearing an eagle head on top to honor their service. The tradition was revived by a woodworking group in New England in 2004. The idea spread across the nation. In Montrose, Montrose Area Woodworkers and area woodcarvers work together to create the canes in honor of our local veterans. Since 2012, over 200 canes have been presented. Applications for the canes are available through the Warrior Resource Center.
9:00 AM - 2nd Saturday of the month
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM most Thursdays
520 Collins Way
For more information contact:
Len Cribbs 970-986-2550
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Devoted to sustaining and advancing the art of woodturning...
A proud chapter of the American Association of Woodturners and Member of Montrose Center for the Arts.
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PRESIDENT: Len Cribbs
VICE-PRESIDENT: Carolyn Mangold
SECRETARY: Debra Houts
TREASURER: Al Warnock
DIRECTING OFFICER: Pat Pitz
LIBRARIAN: Carolyn Mangold
SAFETY OFFICER: Bill Marvel