Wayne Robbins of Bath works on a carving during the Maine Woodcarvers Association show and competition at the Poland Town Hall on Saturday. Association President Art Chamberlin said that 101 pieces from 75 or so carvers were entered into the annual competition. Robbins said he started carving sea-related pieces in the Boy Scouts, when he would carve lobster buoys and use them to trade. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

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