Photos by Lucie Roy
Morinville – School is slowly wrapping up for another year. Here are some shots from this week’s wrap up activities.
Holy all seasons, Batman!
Eric Woode, disguised as Batman, has a go at a rock crawler bounce house Wednesday afternoon at the Morinville Public Elementary School (MPES) year-end celebration for the Kindergarten and Preschool Enrichment Program (PEP). The outdoor event included a second bounce house, face painting, cake and refreshments. – Lucie Roy Photo
Vanier Grade 1 students were assembled in the computer room to listen to the Morinville Lions Club President Carrie Foss read a story about the Canadian flag last week. The students were each presented with a flag and a certificate. For the first time in the history of the Club they also presented a Lions Club Colouring and Activity Book to each student. Project Pride is designed to help students have pride in the country and its flag, and to encourage them to enjoy Canada Day. Grades 2 and 3 also received colouring books. The presentation concluded with the waving of the flag. – Lucie Roy Photo
Lions member Art Foss, Francis Fryters, Aline Foss, Carrie Foss and Colleen Turner present a flag to student Emma Shreenan. Grade 2 and 3 students also received colouring books. The presentation concluded with the waving of the flag. – Lucie Roy Photo
A cultural affair
John Valk enjoys the multi-cultural lunch held Wednesday for the Notre Dame Grade 4 year end celebration which focused on early settlers in Alberta. The parents provided a dish from their ancestry and 127 confirmed attendees at the potluck were served bannock, English macaroni and cheese, Scottish tablet, Portuguese custard tarts, Russian fruit salad, Swedish meat balls, Ukrainian meat balls, German chocolate cake and other heritage dishes. – Lucie Roy Photo