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Posted: Sunday, January 21, 2007

 

  John Trofimuk of Sterling puts the finishing touches on an ice sculpture in front of the Uptown Motel in Kenai last Saturday. Many icy works of art are starting to show up around town in preparation for the Peninsula Winter Games this weekend. Photo by Joseph Robertia

John Trofimuk of Sterling puts the finishing touches on an ice sculpture in front of the Uptown Motel in Kenai last Saturday. Many icy works of art are starting to show up around town in preparation for the Peninsula Winter Games this weekend.

Photo by Joseph Robertia

The 31st annual Peninsula Winter Games gets under way this weekend. As a warmup to the ice carving competition that will be held Thursday through Saturday at the Soldotna Sports Center, carvers are honing their skills on blocks of ice at several local businesses. Following is a list of where sculptures can be found:

Kenai

· Auto Wash Express

· Kenai Chrysler Center

· Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center

· KSRM Radio

· Uptown Motel

Soldotna

· 4D Professional Building

· Alaska Trading & Loan

· Bears Den

· Central Peninsula Hospital

· Coca-Cola (Carving at the Soldotna Sports Center)

· Hutchings

· Kalifornsky Christian Center

· Kenai Family Practice

· Kenai Peninsula Borough

· Moose is Loose Bakery

· Soldotna Chamber of Commerce

· Soldotna City Hall

· Soldotna Professional Pharmacy

· Sweeney’s

More information on the Games, including a schedule of events, can be found at www.peninsulawintergames.com.



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