Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup

Many families attended the Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup activities Nov. 26 at Montgomery Memorial Park. The ice sign...

Lee Ross of Frozen Memories sculpted an angel and many other Christmas images out of ice at Montgomery Memorial Park Nov. 26 for the Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup.

Lee Ross of Frozen Memories sculpted an angel and many other Christmas images out of ice at Montgomery Memorial Park Nov. 26 for the Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup.

Hot chocolate and hot dogs were available at the Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup Nov. 26. The Wetaskiwin Fire Department was on hand to keep an eye on the flames. Plenty of kids games were available at the Winter Warmup Nov. 26, including ball toss.

Many families attended the Wetaskiwin Winter Warmup activities Nov. 26 at Montgomery Memorial Park. The ice sign was crafted by Lee Ross of Frozen Memories.

Lee Ross of Frozen Memories crafted a beautiful angel out of ice, along with a sleigh, Nov. 26 at Montgomery Memorial Park.

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