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Coupeville HS/MS Athletic Director Willie Smith has been a busy bee this summer.

How much wood would Willie work if Willie could work wood?

A lot, it appears.

Taking a few days off from the grind of being an athletic director in the age of coronavirus (and having to read my endless, rambling emails), Willie Smith has been a busy bee.

The CHS/CMS sports guru has to return to the office at some point, but he’s spent a chunk of his vacation time communing with nature.

Recent projects include converting an old foosball table into a new work of finely-crafted art.

Also emerging from the workshop have been an epoxy table for daughter Megan, a table top for his brother-in-law, and a cheese platter for his sister-in-law.

Kid’s got skills.

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Coupeville High School/Middle School Athletic Director Willie Smith handcrafted this beauty. (Photo courtesy Smith)

He’s got skills.

Coupeville High School/Middle School Athletic Director Willie Smith is staying busy even while schools across the state are shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to doing all his sports stuff, he’s also found time to craft the kitchen island seen in the photo above.

Made from madrona wood, with a maple top, it’s a Willie original.

“All lumbered by me and finished in my garage with my own two hands!”

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