\n\nThe 2016 State of Maine Snow Sculpting Competition is right around the corner and Camden Winterfest is accepting entries! First launched last year, thumb viagra the State of Maine Snow Sculpting Competition is the only nationally-sanctioned snow sculpting event in Maine and the winner goes on to represent Maine at the national completion in Lake Geneva, viagra sales treatment Wisconsin the following year, viagra all expenses paid.\n\nThis competition is a highlight of the Camden Winterfest, a 9-day long festival that brings thousands of participants and spectators to the area, where entries remain on display all week.\n\nBelow and attached is more information about the event and the registration process. We’d love to invite your members to submit entries and anything you can do to help spread the word would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if you have any questions or can provide any additional information.\n\nCAMDEN, Maine (Jan. 14, 2016) – Registrations are open for the Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition, the only nationally-sanctioned event in Maine.\n\nThe snow sculpting competition is a highlight of the Camden’s annual 9-day Winterfest celebration and is held January 30-31. Participants are urged to sign up for the weekend of sculpting which includes free room and board in the coastal village of Camden.\n\nStarting Saturday, January 30, teams of sculptors from across New England will use tools and their best creativity to sculpt 8-foot snow blocks into artistic forms of whimsy through the weekend. Snow sculptures will be judged at noon on Sunday, January 31st and will remain in place at the town’s Village Green through Camden’s week-long Winterfest, known as “Maine’s Mardi Gras.”, extending to February 7th.\n\nWinners of this year’s competition will represent the State of Maine in the 2017 U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship Competition in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. All expenses for the trip are paid.\n\nClick here for the registration form. https://www.facebook.com/events/1004756639641596/ Submit the entry form to register for the 2nd Annual Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition. Registration Deadline is Monday, January 25th, 2016. Questions about registering and/or competing should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.\n\n \n\nAbout Camden Winterfest\n\nCamden Winterfest is a weeklong winter festival with events for everyone. In addition to hosting the Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition, Winterfest also features the state’s only harbor side freestyle skiing contest. Other highlights include Maine’s Mardi Gras celebration along Bay View Street, a snow plow parade, fireworks over the harbor, concerts and a downtown dance. The event showcases Camden as a premier winter destination. \n\n \n\n \n\nAbout the Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition\nThe only nationally-sanctioned snow sculpting competition in Maine, the Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition at Camden Winterfest hosts elite sculptors from across the state in a bid to represent Maine nationally. The Camden competition will feature a People’s Choice category as well as professional judging based on creativity, artistic merit, and skill. The winner of the Maine State Snow Sculpting Competition will represent Maine at the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Learn more at www.facebook.com/events/1004756639641596/ or www.camdenwinterfest.com.
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