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It takes a cool hand

Longmont man carves niche on the ice
Jess Parrish began Cool Hand Ice Carving about six years. The Longmont resident keeps busy with weddings and corporate events.
During his first ice carving competition Jess Parrish felt like he was out of his element. But with encouragement, he has made it a career.
December tends to be the busiest month, says Longmont resident Jess Parrish, right, working with apprentice Joaquin Botello on a dragon outside Todd Reed Jewelry Store in Boulder.

It takes a cool hand

Jess Parrish began Cool Hand Ice Carving about six years. The Longmont resident keeps busy with weddings and corporate events.
During his first ice carving competition Jess Parrish felt like he was out of his element. But with encouragement, he has made it a career.
December tends to be the busiest month, says Longmont resident Jess Parrish, right, working with apprentice Joaquin Botello on a dragon outside Todd Reed Jewelry Store in Boulder.
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