Rotary Ice Melt contest winners announced |

Rotary Ice Melt contest winners announced

Jesus Munoz admires his handiwork earlier this year when the ice melt device was placed. The contest winners were announced on Tuesday, with Darlena Marmins guessing her way to first place.
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The Rotary Club of Summit County announced the winners for the 33rd annual Ice Melt Contest on Tuesday. Locals finished in the top three spots in a competition that often comes down to the second.

The ice device dropped on May 7 at 16:44:35. Darlena Marmins took first place, Robert Feuerriagel was second and Melissa Greenwood took third. The winner will receive $4,000, second place gets $2,000 and third place takes home $1,000.

Thousands of tickets are sold each year for the contest, with proceeds going to Rotary’s programs including scholarship opportunities, community dinners, youth leadership training and many more endeavors. Learn more about the contest, including past winners and times, at

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