Central Illinois residents have fun in the snow

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DECATUR - Snow and sun made for a fun filled afternoon in Decatur, as winter weather activities were at the top of the "to-do" lists for many this weekend.

Kids and parents alike took part in sledding and boogie boarding at Nelson park's sled hill, and other Decatur residents found trekking through the trails at the Rock Springs Conservation Park to be a way to enjoy the sunny and snowy day. 

If you feel like getting out and enjoying the snow-filled weather, park officials say ski equipment is available to be rented all week and weekend.  The rental fee is set at only eight dollars for two hours.


So for future reference when it comes to feeling cooped up due to the chilly air give one of these activities a try.

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