River Valley Patch
The mission of the River Valley Wood Carvers' Club is to promote, teach and practice the art of wood carving and wood burning. Club membership is open to anyone interested in wood carving or wood burning. Founded in 1999, our club covers the areas of southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Home Events Photos
Links and Extras
Carving/Burning Pages
Calendar CARVING SHOW Friends Remembered

Finished Projects

Ornaments for Kids - Thank Yous
Click here for Thank You Pictures
from the Kids
These are Great!

Floyd Rhadigan Seminar

Kathy Overcash
Whimsical Cottonwood Bark Houses
Seminar Students

The weekend of September 18 & 19 saw Rob Witzke and Troy Baker
competing in a chainsaw competition
Troy got a 2nd place

Rob got a 3rd place
Congratulations to Both!

Peg Cawthorn
Woodburning Class

Back: Jim Cable, Charlie Brown, Barry Pennington,
Bob Manning, Donna Waller
Front: Kathie Cable, Veronica Olsen, C.G. Uebel, and
Gwen Provens.

Bob Manning Cowboy Class

Dick Middleton, Sandee Sansfacon,
Mike Shelton, Ferd Kruetzkamp, Dick Pyles
Thank you Bob

Meetings are: 1st & 3rd Mondays of Month
Carve-Ins: 4th Saturdays 10-3
Yearly Dues: $12 Individual/$18 Family

2/15 Club Meeting 6-9
Sharpening Demo with Bob Manning
2/27 - Saturday Carve-In 10-3
3/26 - Saturday Ornaments for Kids Carve-In 10-3
10/1/2016 River Valley Wood Carvers
Annual Wood Carving Show 10-4
Scheben Library - FREE
For more Information
Click HERE for Club Calendar

Member Birthdays
January - John Broughton
22 - Bill Bezold
27 - Donna Waller

Works in progress
Carving Clubs / Instructors

Beginner Carving Video by Don Daily
This is a beginner carving project by Don Daily. In it he explains the different beginning cuts and how to achieve them. Then he carves a letter opener project using all the cuts he went over. CLICK HERE

The RVWC wood carved sculpture is right at home next to the altar at Taylor Mill United Methodist Church.

Cliff Reeder
was honored by Krogers in Independence, KY
His picture will join other veterans who have served
in all branches of the Military.
Cliff had several people that stopped by to say Thank You for his service.
Presenting a cane, he made to represent all branches of the military, to Dianna Combs the caretaker of the Kroger Project


The goal is to provide PRESENTATION CANES
to a select group of Post 9-11 Veterans
who have received some manner of leg disability
from combat related actions. If interested in helping to carve
or learning more
Click Here

Home of RVWC
Taylor Mill United Methodist Church

5160 Taylor Mill Rd.
Taylor Mill, KY
1st and 3rd Mondays 6-9
Carve-Ins 4th Saturday 10-3
Beginners to Advanced
Contact us Here if you would like to Visit
or want more information