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Snow sculptures deliver smiles

Despite not having an in-person Festival du Voyageur due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, there was still a festive spirit and plenty of smiles at Voyageur Park as visitors checked out the various snow sculptures on Feb. 21.

The Selkirk Settler Times caught up with one of the carvers of a snow sculpture on the afternoon of Feb. 21.

Brook Joneshttp://selkirksettlertimes.ca
Brook Jones is the editor of the Selkirk Settler Times. Jones has 24 years of experience as a multimedia journalist.

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