Birch Cutting Boards
This birch cheese board is handcrafted in the shape of the Town of Warner. The town obtained this unique shape when the Town of Kearsarge Gore (which forms the handle) was annexed to Warner on June 13, 1818. The design for this cutting board was orginally created by Charlie Hill who operated a woodworking shop at his home on Kearsarge Street. This board was made by Bill Sirois to benefit the Warner Historical Society.