Anna Minten of the Revelstoke-based B.C. Interior Forestry Museum shows off the newly-printed Chicks with Chainsaws 2013 calendar. Minten was the driving force behind the calendar – a fundraiser for the museum – and is featured in the month of June (pictured above with a vintage chainsaw at the museum). The calendar portrays 12 Revelstoke forest industry professionals at work. All the images portray these tough women at work; some of them go for a tongue-in-cheek sexy look. The calendar features the work of local photographers William Eaton

Chicks with Chainsaws

Get your 2013 Chicks with Chainsaws calendar to help out the B.C. Interior Forestry Museum.

Anna Minten of the Revelstoke-based B.C. Interior Forestry Museum shows off the newly-printed Chicks with Chainsaws 2013 calendar. Minten was the driving force behind the calendar – a fundraiser for the museum – and is featured in the month of June (pictured above with a vintage chainsaw at the museum). The calendar portrays 12 Revelstoke forest industry professionals at work. All the images portray these tough women at work; some of them go for a tongue-in-cheek sexy look. The calendar features the work of local photographers William Eaton, Jason Keerak, Keri Knapp, Bruno Long and Daniel Stewart. The calendar is available starting this week at local retail outlets including the Big Eddy Pub, the Village Idiot, Home Hardware, Rona, Rough Country Marine, Ken’s Repair & Rentals and more.

 

 

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