Annual Jim’s Lake Carnival a huge success

Pictured with snowmobile are Martin Hérault and Arianne Bown.
Children get a chance to race at Jim’s Lake Carnival.
Photo submitted Each year, a queen and duchesses are crowned Carnival Royalty at the beginning of Jim’s Lake Carnival. From left: Queen Pascale Thompson, Duchess Claire Soucie, Duchess Cloé Lavigne and Duchess Maxime Caron.
Snowmobile races were held at the Jim’s Lake Carnival on Jan. 19 with almost 60 registered riders and over 170 races.

The famous Jim’s Lake Carnival was held the weekend of Jan. 19 to 21. The carnival kicked off on Friday with the crowning of the queen and the duchesses. The contest was based on the amount of likes each contestant got on their personal Facebook page. Pascale Thompson was crowned queen followed by Claire Soucie, Cloé Lavigne and Maxime Caron as her duchesses.
On Saturday, the annual, much awaited, snowmobile races were held and with almost 60 registered riders and over 170 races, the day was a huge success.

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