Carving shed begins to take shape in downtown


Greg Knight

Tyver Gillen carries lumber to be used in the framing of the Wrangell Cooperative Association’s carving shed. The structure is currently being built on Front Street and should be complete by the end of the year.

With the Chief Shakes Tribal House project completed earlier this month, and the rededication ceremony written in the history books, the main objective of the Wrangell Cooperative Associated has shifted to their next major building effort – a carving shed for traditional Tlingit woodwork.

The shed, which is currently under construction on Front Street at the corner of Lynch Street, will be about 3,600 square feet in size and will have a training room, a carving room, as well as totem storage and office and bathroom spaces in the 41- by 92-foot building.

With a price tag of approximately o...

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