Congratulations 2016 Pallet Challenge Winners
On Oct. 1, the Center for Sustainability and BIG hosted the second annual Pallet Challenge as part of GreenFest. Sixteen teams displayed their creations made of at least 75 percent upcycled pallets.
There were some creative entries in this year’s challenge. The Jenkins County High School team, Egzscly, created a Flinstone’s car without using any power tools. The competition was tough, but the judges decided on the winners. Thanks to everyone who participated and a special thanks to our wonderful judges for the competition.
Here are the winners of this year’s Pallet Challenge:
First Place – Dry Marsh – Pete Sessa with impressively crafted fishing stool and wooden fish.
Second Place – Brent Tharp with a beautiful variety of victorian garden projects.
Third Place – Woodmade Statesboro – Stan Akins and family with a lovely painted Eagle Nation planter table.
People’s Choice – the D’Arcangelo Dominators – Micah and Emory with their Falcon race car.
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Tags: artwork, Center for Sustainability, Greenfest, Pallet Challenge, reclaimed pallets