Let 'em fly! Iceworm Festival is off to a great start with paper airplane flying contest

The Cordova Iceworm Festival is one of those great mid-winter gatherings Alaska is known for, as it brings people together following days upon days of holing up at home to escape melancholy weather. There isn't any doubt that the Iceworm festival is in many Cordovans' hearts through the generations, memories and milestones marked by the children, grandchildren and now great-grandchildren who are participating in the 10 days of fun and games. Jan.
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