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Rain does not stop chainsaw carvers

Pequot Lakes teacher Molly Wiste, of Hackensack, carves a wooden jack-o'-lantern during one of the Saturday, Sept. 22, quick carves at the Hackensack Chainsaw Event.1 / 5
Chad Danczyk of Mosinee, Wisconsin, returned to the annual Hackensack Chainsaw Event Sept. 22-24.2 / 5
James Denkins gives a little bear a blackened nose with a touch of fire during the Hackensack Chainsaw Event Sept. 22-24.3 / 5
Jason Soderland, of Burnsville, touches up his gnome's beard during the Hackensack Chainsaw Event Sept. 22-24.4 / 5
James Denkins gives a little bear a blackened nose with a touch of fire during the Hackensack Chainsaw Event Sept. 22-24.5 / 5

The 13th annual Hackensack Chainsaw Event attracted a fair-sized crowd Friday-Sunday, Sept. 22-24, in spite of gray, rainy weather.

The event, which has become a popular tradition in the past 13 years, brought 12 carvers from many different cities as well as fair foods and the All American Lumberjack Show.

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