Woidt said that Saturday’s mild weather helped make the event a success. Organizers said they hope to continue holding the event each winter to help fight cabin fever and show off Broome County’s parks. “We’ve been having people come up to us all day and learning about ice fishing, asking us to help them out with things, so definitely a lot of newcomers to the sport,” he said. COLESVILLE (WBNG) — After a more than ten year hiatus, a winter celebration made a comeback in the Southern Tier Saturday. “We couldn’t have asked for a better day,” she said. “Colesville used to have an event like this, they would just have a big winter day at Cole Park,” Director of Broome County Parks and Recreation Liz Woidt said. “We were like hey, let’s make it a Broome County event.” One of those ice fisherman was Karl Schnabl from Endicott. The Broome County Parks Department teamed up with Broome County Executive Jason Garnar to make that idea a reality, now called Winterfest. “We brought back this tradition and there’s a ton of people out — what a great turnout, people are ice fishing, kids are sledding, we’ve got the zoo,” he said.
Lingard has not featured for United since he injured his knee on the opening day of the season against Swansea. The 22-year-old is now back to full fitness and hopes to play a key role at Derby, who are second in the Sky Bet Championship. Press Association A tweet from United read: “Jesse Lingard has joined Championship club Derby County on loan until the end of the season. Best of luck! #mufc.” Derby boss Steve McClaren, who also signed Tom Ince on loan from Hull earlier on deadline day, told Derby’s website: “He strengthens the attacking options that we can call upon and given we’ve lost Jordon Ibe and Johnny Russell in the last few weeks it was important to strengthen in that particular area of the side.” Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has joined Derby on loan until the end of the season.