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Couple donates carving for raffle

10:25 AM, Jul. 17, 2013
David Stencel of Bridge Creek Antlers recently presented an eagle carving to June Berg, Highground Learning Center coordinator.
David Stencel of Bridge Creek Antlers recently presented an eagle carving to June Berg, Highground Learning Center coordinator.
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David and Kim Stencel, owners and operators of Bridge Creek Antler Carving, donated another beautiful eagle carving done from a moose antler for The Highground's annual raffle.

The Highground is the only "human" organization to which the Stencels donate carvings. They do donate carvings to animal-based organizations regularly.

"I donate to help support The Highground because, lots of my friends are veterans, and supporting them in this way is the least I can do," David Stencel said. ...

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