Judy Powell (L) Wood Festival Committee President
presents award to Angie Hersman and daughter Ashley

The 1st Annual Charlie Whipkey Spirit Award was presented to Angie, Joe and Ashley Hersman for their dedication to the Calhoun County Wood Festival for countless hours of hard work over the past ten years to the festival and the community.

Charles Howard "Charlie" Whipkey (left) of Grantsville, died December 6, 2010 after battling cancer.

He was a local florist for many years and operated Classic Creations in Grantsville. He was a former Grantsville Town councilman, serving six years and was a board member of the Calhoun County Committee on Aging.

The talented artist created the design for the official Calhoun County flag, and when a teen drew the emblem used by the Calhoun County Wood Festival for over 40 years.

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