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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - Visitors maneuver through the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>Visitors maneuver through the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - Jeff Pinney carves images of skiiers along the outside wall of the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>Jeff Pinney carves images of skiiers along the outside wall of the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - Kylee Morrissey, 12, and Tessa Forsythe, 13, take a break on the ice thrones at the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>Kylee Morrissey, 12, and Tessa Forsythe, 13, take a break on the ice thrones at the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday. Local resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin, and his crew, reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. It will remain open as long as weather permits.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, January 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>  First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, January 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>  First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits. Rich Bubin moves large blocks of ice into place.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.  Rich Bubin moves large blocks of ice into place.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits. George Mehalic and Tyler Bubin fit a block of ice into the 5-foot wall.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.  George Mehalic and Tyler Bubin fit a block of ice into the 5-foot wall.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits. Paul Kusick maneauvers blocks if ice for the maze.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.  Paul Kusick maneauvers blocks if ice for the maze.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits. Lauren Corso and Steve Orkis look through the ice.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.  Lauren Corso and Steve Orkis look through the ice.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader - First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge. The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Lillian DeDomenic | For the Plum Advance Leader</em></div>First Night Ice Maze moved to Boyce Park over the weekend. Area resident and master ice carver, Rich Bubin and his crew reassembled the massive ice blocks just outside the Four Season Ski Lodge.  The maze was complete and opened to the public on Saturday, Jan. 3 and will remain open as long as weather permits.

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Visitors maneuver through the First Night Ice Maze, which was moved to Boyce Park, on Saturday. The ice maze was moved and rebuilt on Thursday and Friday before opening to the public around noon on Saturday.

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