Cadott Village Board; Woodcarving will be placed in Cadott park



Julie Yeager (left) and Crystal Thom, affiliated with Cadott Booya Days, asked the board for permission to place an eagle statue in Riverview Park during a meeting Oct. 1. The statue was carved during Cadott Booya Days. Yeager and Thom say they will take care of putting a finishing coat on the carving before placing it in the park. Photo by Julia Wolf
Cadott’s Riverview Park will be home to an eagle in the coming year.

By Julia Wolf

Cadott’s Riverview Park will be home to an eagle in the coming year. The Cadott Village Board approved the placement of a wood-carved eagle statue, made during Booya Days Sept. 22, in the park during a regular meeting Oct. 1.

The Booya Days Committee purchased the statue, made by Syryczuk’s Carvings, during the annual event.

Anson Albarado, board president, asked if the carving needed to be enclosed, finished or refinished. Crystal Thom, a Booya Days organizer, said they would take care of the finishing for the statue.

“Then we have to figure out where it’s OK to put it, and then how we need to fasten it so...it doesn’t get damaged,” said Thom.

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See Thursday, October 11, 2018, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more of this story. 

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