Handcrafted by Members and Volunteers
Getting ready for the PA Farm Show we found ourselves reflecting on the creativity and generous support of our members.
Longtime supporter, Chris Ditlow has been crafting furniture, cutting boards, and more, for many years. His specializes in wood engraving and has featured our logo on many a beautiful table and bench. Check out his website: Lazorleaf,com
Steve Nolt, is a relatively new member introduced to us by our good friend Merv Feathers. Steve has been volunteering at Ag Progress Days and the Farm Show for a couple of years. He crafted the chestnut bench in this photo as a fundraiser at Ag Progress Days and is donating a similar bench to our effort at the PA Farm Show. Steve handcrafts rustic pine and cedar log furniture — all custom made. Steve is old order Mennonite, so there is no website to visit. You will have to visit his wood shop — Elkhorn Log Furniture in Williamsburg, PA Make an appointment: 814-793-0142
Last but not least, we want to thank our new friends at the Upper Dauphin Area Highschool. Led by their teach Roy Maurer, the Enrichment Students at Upper Dauphin have used their materials and class time to create these handy and beautiful metal cut, chestnut themed coat hooks.
We will be selling all these cool handcrafted items at our booth at the PA Farm Show. Please stop by and check it out!