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Plenty of snow for Nisswa Winter Jubilee

Posted: February 18, 2014 - 6:06pm
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Reese Wicklund of the Black Bear 4-H Club paints the face of Mason Green of Nisswa at the Mini Jubilee, featuring children's games and hosted each year by the Black Bear club in the Nisswa School gym. Photo by Nancy Vogt
Reese Wicklund of the Black Bear 4-H Club paints the face of Mason Green of Nisswa at the Mini Jubilee, featuring children's games and hosted each year by the Black Bear club in the Nisswa School gym. Photo by Nancy Vogt

Whether it was the abundance of snow or the somewhat warmer temperatures, the 42nd annual Nisswa Winter Jubilee had a large number of snow sculptures this year at eight.

The annual winter festival was celebrated Friday-Sunday, Feb. 14-16, with the traditional snow sculpture contest, Mini Jubilee for children, pancake breakfast, medallion hunt, parade, wood-splitting contest and Nisswa Fire Department Fishing Derby, among other activities.

Following is a list of winners:

Fishing Derby: Tyler Swenson, first; Carter Soberg, second; and Taylor Zehm, third.

Raffle: Deb Best, first, $500 in groceries compliments of Schaefer’s Foods; Brian Solt, second, original painting by local artist Heath Foss valued at $450; Mike Hemmerich, third, four golf packages for The Pines or The Preserve valued at $450 compliments of Grand View Lodge; Janice Whardell, fourth, one-day snowmobile or fish house rental valued at $200 compliments of Boats and Beyond; and Dan Keena, fifth $100 cash sponsored by the Brainerd Lakes Area Lions.

Snow sculptures: Wallin family, first place adult; Northway family, second place adult; Dullum family, third place adult; Journey Church Youth Group, first place youth; Mike Hemmerich Jr., second place youth; and Northern Stars 4-H Club, third place youth.

Wood-splitting contest: AJ Lange, first; Cody Carlson, second; and David Finkle, third.

Medallion: Jess Pugh and Abby Ahlberg, both of Pequot Lakes, and John Kinkeade of Fridley found the medallion in a flower bed at Senior Class Care after a fourth clue was released, winning $200.

Parade: Gull Lake Drifters, first; Bobby Borg and her animals, second; and Nisswa Cub Scouts Pack 81, third.

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