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Snow Sculpting Competition Enters Final Hours

ROCKFORD -- The Stateline's top snow sculptors transform the white stuff into works of art.
ROCKFORD -- The Stateline's top snow sculptors transform the white stuff into works of art.

It the 28th annual snow sculpting competition out at Sinnissippi Park.

Earlier this week, we only saw the huge blocks of snow. Now, they're almost fully transformed into works of art.

It's the fun quirky designs like an ostrich or an angry neighbor that keep stateliners entertained, and that's why these sculptors keep coming back.

"We've been doing it for about,  I beleive there's a ten year veteran, I'm eight and my other guy is six, so i mean we keep coming back and doing it," said Keith Pliml, snow sculptor, "It's fun to see all the people smile and that's kinda what we do it for."

The competition wraps up Saturday and it's free to check out. The winner will advance to the 2015 US national snow sculpting competition in Lake Geneva.

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