Ice time

Mar 20th 1:18 pm By By JoAnne Knight

Local Dillingham moms Cindy Tuckwood (Packers hat) and Lacey Calvert regularly bring their children after school to skate and play broom ball on the ice near Kenny Wren Road.

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