Zehnder’s Snowfest 2024 Highlights and Top Talent

Jan 26, 2024

Starting on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, snow and ice carvers from around the world, the State of Michigan and area high schools competed to transform blocks of snow and ice into dazzling works of art. The top teams of Zehnder’s Snowfest 2024 snow and ice sculpting competition are…

Zehnder’s Snowfest State of Michigan Snow Sculpting Winners:

1st Place: Ryan Flint, Adelyn Szatkowski and Sam London with “Fafnir’s Castle”

2nd Place: Therese Lunsford, Winonna Flowers-Murch and Jaide Cotter (not pictured) with “Money on my Mind”

3rd Place: Shaunna Holcolm, Al Foster and Lawrence Moore with “Robin Hood”

People’s Choice: Andrew Brown, Jake Hartwick and Mike Duclos with “Go Lions”

Zehnder’s Snowfest World Class Snow Sculpting Winners:

1st Place: Mike Leser, Adam Messing and Nick Bence with “Bridge Troll”

2nd Place: Luke Dehtiar, Max Dehtiar and Ryan Olszowy with “Shell-ter 4 Rent”

3rd Place: Charles Schreier, Dave Chesar and Seth Wade with “The Big Score”

People’s Choice Single Block: Luke Dehtiar, Max Dehtiar and Ryan Olszowy with “Shell-ter 4 Rent”

People’s Choice Double Block: John Martinez, Jonathon Martinez, Madison Martinez and Mike Martinez with “Turtle Soup”

Zehnder’s Snowfest High School Snow Sculpting Winners:

1st Place: New Lothrop High School: Kayla Brunner, Maryn Kisser, Delaney Gross, Jaedyn Kline and Coach Elizabeth Wickerham – “A Dancing Dream”

2nd Place: Clio High School Team A: Katherine Kennamer, Madison Allen, Alyssa Howko, Kennedy Harris and Coach Tina Kennamer – “Stories are Everyone’s Cup of Tea”

3rd Place: Frankenmuth High School: Anna Billot, Meg Redwanz, Neely Cornelius, Katie Dennison and Coach Erin Warnick – “Prey”


Zehnder’s Snowfest Ice Carving Winners:

1st Place: Kaitlin P. and Vince T.

2nd Place: Mark S. and Lindsay P.

3rd Place: David K. and Rich P.

4th Place: Jeff L. and Robert S.

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