DiDomenico, Tammy
January 2011
Syracuse New Times;1/26/2011, Issue 2077, p2
The article focuses on Ice Farm owner and ice sculptor Stan Kolonko, who will be featured at the 2011 Skaneateles Winterfest in New York. It mentions that Kolonko will give two sculpting demonstrations and display about 20 sculptures for an Ice Sculpture Walk. It says that Kolonko's business, Ice Farm, supplies hand-carved ice sculptors for personal or corporate events. It also says that when Kolonko is not carving he works as a chef at S&B Catering in Auburn, New York.


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