John Walker, employee at the Wegmans in Pittsford, uses an electric chainsaw to carve away an ice sculpture of The Cat in the Hat. He and co-worker Jeff Lunney created the sculpture as part of the winter festivities at Roger J. Robach Community Center, located at Ontario Beach. Other ice sculptures, as well as a chili cookoff, a live band and the Lake Plunge, where people leaped into the below freezing waters of Lake Ontario, were all part of last Saturday’s events.



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