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First-year skaters Greta Marcus, 6, and older sister Claire, 10, of New London skate Wednesday on fresh outdoor ice at the Garfield Rink in Willmar. "They skated behind chairs at the Civic Center first and now they're doing turns and twirls on th...

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First-year skaters Greta Marcus, 6, and older sister Claire, 10, of New London skate Wednesday on fresh outdoor ice at the Garfield Rink in Willmar. “They skated behind chairs at the Civic Center first and now they’re doing turns and twirls on their own,” said their mother Heather (Moe) Marcus, adding that she spent many hours on southwest side rink growing up. (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

First-year skaters Greta Marcus, 6, and older sister Claire, 10, of New London skate Wednesday on fresh outdoor ice at the Garfield Rink in Willmar. “They skated behind chairs at the Civic Center first and now they’re doing turns and twirls on their own,” said their mother Heather (Moe) Marcus, adding that she spent many hours on southwest side rink growing up.

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