Luke and Morgan Bischoff and Kyla Hewitt compete in the professional loggers’ competition last weekend. (Jim Cooperman photo)

In photos and video: Lumberjacks get chopping at Shuswap competition

Wood chips flew as chainsaws roared at the Professional Loggers Competition held at The Hub in Scotch Creek on June 29. A large crowd attended the event to watch as professional and amateur lumberjacks alike competed, as well as take in the live music, food and dance.

Photos by Jim Cooperman

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Carson Bischoff chops while on the pole in the professional loggers’ competition. (Jim Cooperman photo)

Dawn Briscoe races on the crosscut saw with Luke Brown-John doing the oiling in the professional loggers’ competition at The Hub in Scotch Creek on June 29. (Jim Cooperman photo)

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