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Mesopotamia – End of the Commons General Store announces that the chain saw carving by Mr. Bob Anderson, a Rock Creek, Ohio artist, is complete. The carving was sculpted in a 350 year old oak tree trunk that stands 15’ tall, located at the End of the Commons General Store in Mesopotamia, Ohio. The focal point of the carving is a multi-dimensional frontiersman representative of the early settlers to Mesopotamia, Ohio and which honors the many frontiersmen that helped build this great community.

Mesopotamia – End of the Commons General Store has commissioned Mr. Bob Anderson, a Rock Creek, Ohio artist, to create a chainsaw carving. The carving will be done in a 300-year old oak tree trunk that stands 15’ tall located at the End of the Commons General Store in Mesopotamia, Ohio. The focal point of the carving will be representative of the early settlers of  Mesopotamia, Ohio. The carving will be created using chain saws and detailed with small hand tools. The carving will take place over 2 weekends consisting of Friday, May 17, Saturday, May 18, Sunday, May 19 & Friday, May 24, and completed Saturday May 25. The public is invited to view the work in progress.