Joanne Millar (left) and Doris Flinn added some grace and skill to the Royal LePage Shed Heads.

Hammers were swinging during fifth annual Handyman Challenge in Campbell River

All the sheds are available for viewing at the Robert Ostler Park for this week until tomorrow when they will be auctioned off

The fifth annual Handyman Challenge to support the Campbell River Head Injury Support Society (CRHISS) was held at Robert Ostler Park last weekend and four teams won prizes.

In First place, winning the gold hammer, was Shaw’s team Shaw Supreme.

In second, winning the silver hammer, were Barry’s little helpers.

In third, winning the bronze hammer, was Royal Le Page Royal Shed Heads

And the Rusty Hammer Award went to Prestige Worldwide – a group of football players from Timberline.

All the sheds are available for viewing at the Robert Ostler Park for this week until tomorrow when they will be auctioned off at 1 p.m. The proceeds go towards CRHISS programs.