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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 12:22
Josh Smith works on an ice carving during Perrysburg's Winterfest. Amateur and professional ice sculptors demonstrated their talents Saturday morning and afternoon during Perrysburg's Winterfest. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Josh Smith works on an ice carving during Perrysburg's Winterfest. Amateur and professional ice sculptors demonstrated their talents Saturday morning and afternoon during Perrysburg's Winterfest. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Top professional winners during the weekend's ice carving competition were Greg Butauski for "Mercedes," Ted Wakar for "Twilight," and Mike Stoddart for "Catch". SEE MORE PHOTOS

Amateur winners were Ryse Richards with "Chameleon," Aaron Whitter for his owl, and Conner Wailing for "Mantis."

The People's Choice Award among commissioned ice sculptures was "Four Pigs Playing Cards," commissioned by Stella's/Swig. Among competition carvings, the People's Choice Award went to "Catch," depicting an eagle catching a fish.

 

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