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Bella Vista Woodcarvers Club

The Bella Vista Woodcarvers Club first met on May 28, 1987 in Riordan Hall with ten members in attendance. In the years which have followed, the club has grown to almost 50 members. Many of the original ten members still belong to the club.

The club was incorporated as an Arkansas non-profit corporation and our dues are set at $5.00 per year.


The Bylaws of the club state the purpose and function of the Club is to promote the general fields of carving and sculpturing of wood and a greater appreciation of wood in artistic expression through regular meetings and activities.


 We are an enthusiastic group of people who enjoy getting together and working with wood and some camaraderie. Perhaps your interest in woodcarving will lead you to visit or join our club and become one of us. While most people don't have the talent to become famous artists, we feel that everyone can enjoy making chips and shavings, and if a long the way, something marvelous happens, so much the better. Woodcarving can be as easy or as hard as you want to make it. We encourage you to give it a try. There are so many avenues to be explored.


The club meets at Rose Tools located at 13380 Hwy 72 West

Hiwasse, Arkansas every 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursday at 1:00 pm and also at Riordan Hall Bella Vista, Arkansas every second and Fourth Thursday of the month everyone is invited to attend the woodcarving sessions.

For more information on this club please call 479-787-ROSE or email any of the clubs officials below 



Come join us!!!!






 Below are members of the Bella Vista Woodcarving Club. Some of the members have created a web page for you to view and share their creations. Click on any name below that is highlighted in blue to view some of the member’s works, more profiles and pictures of the creations these talented people have created are coming soon.


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These hobos were a group project of the Club
Hobo's Corner





Every once in a while there will be some special presentations on woodcarving click on the link to view the latest guest "Don Effinger" Don is a wonderful woodcarver of realistic animals and birds and resides in
 Eureka Springs, Arkansas 

Lloyd Okeson
Vice President
Robert Braun
Ron East
Tim Reily
Ron Akre
Francis Baker
Bud Ballinger
David Blankenship
Jim Bodine
Nancy Bredemus
Dick Dahlquist
Orland E. Denissen
Bill Dieleman
Bill Ellias
Bernice Ellis
Eric Glenn
Virg Halgrin
Nancy Hammer
Ron Smith
Don Hewitt
Ken Hickman
Jane Houser
Dave Hutchins
Dick Johnson
L.J. Larson
Larry Larson
Allen Masson
William McGillen
Shirly Mullen
Steve Neago
Paul Padzuikus
Iri Palmer
Jim Reeves
Charlene Rowse
Bob Scherer
Tom Shockey
Lee Shriner
Alan Simmons (guest)
Frank Smith
Glen Soper
Rueben Stettnich
Norm Trautman
David White
Dick Wolin
Honorary Members:
Janet Denton Cordell
Walter Durfey
Dean Lawellin
Paul Parrish
Glen Soper
Dick Wolin




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