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Kewaunee Winter park a hit on a snowy weekend

The snowfall around our area over the weekend brought skiers, sledders and tubers to the Kewaunee Winter Park.  The natural snow added to the artificial base that previously allowed only the sledding hill to be open.  Dave Myers, Kewaunee County Promotion and Recreation Director, says the recent winter weather allowed both hills to open for business.

Myers says prior to the weekend snowfall there was a six-inch base on the ski and sledding hills.  It's now up to about a foot.

 

Photo courtesy of Kewaunee County

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