Mason Dixon Boys donate to City of Bluefield

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The City of Bluefield received a special donation tonight in the form of a jolly, bearded, red-capped man… made out of wood.

It’s a busy time of year for the Mason Dixon Boys, but they stopped by the City of Bluefield to show off their chainsaw carving talents.

They also wanted to give back to a place that has given them so many memories. “Every year I’ve brought my boys down to drive through the lights display down here at city park. With what we do and all the Christmas decorations we carve we thought it’d be nice to give back to the community a little bit and give em one of our carvings.Hopefully everybody that comes to enjoy the lights will come enjoy our carvings,” said carver, Travis Crook.

If you want to check out more of their work head to Mason Dixon Boys, LLC on Facebook.

Rachel Anderson

Rachel Anderson

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