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Dobbelaere competes in snow sculpture contest
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 3:43 PM

Paulding High School art teacher Sandy Dobbelaere and her team again competed in the annual snow sculpture contest at Zehnder’s Snowfest at Frankenmuth, Mich., held Jan. 22-27. “We did not place this year, but as always, we had fun competing and completing our project,” she said.

Pictured with their entry are, from left – Sandy Dobbelaere; her daughter, Kinsey Dobbelaere, an art teacher at Lincolnview High School; and Eric Miller, Fruchey Construction iron worker.

The series of photos below show the progression of the snow sculpture emerging as it was carved from a block of snow.




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