by Lucie Roy
Five light standards received paint on Tuesday and Thursday from the MPES Grade One students in Monique Webb’s class. Webb said other students will be putting designs on the posts. The project is an ongoing involvement of students in safety initiatives. The posts are to be in front of the school to assist in visible safety during the winter months. Below are some photos
Lorne Lopatka, Sturgeon School Division Operations and Maintenance Supervisor obtained the light standards for MPES and let the children paint him when they were done the light poles.
Tea party for seniors
The Seniors’ Tea Extravaganza was held Thursday, June 5 in the foyer of the MCCC. More than 100 were registered to partake in the morning or afternoon English Tea with fancy sandwiches and sweets. Prizes were awarded for the best hats for male and female, door prizes, table prizes and thankyou gifts for volunteers. Councillor Stephen Dafoe attended both sessions on behalf of Mayor and Council. Below are some photos.
Laura Kieser and Leo Brochu attended the afternoon.
Some of the Heritage Lodge residents with Councillor Dafoe at the Tea.
Tom Robinson with his train whistle at the Tea.
Buns in the oven
The Community Gardens had 21 people registered for the Cooking Cinnamon Buns Class Thursday night at in the cultural centre kitchen. John Schneider, owner of Gold Forest Grains showed a simple recipe using 100 per cent organic soft white wheat flour. He also explained the best organic flours to use for breads, buns and various other baked goods. The class was the first of seven classes in the series.
Below are some photos of the session.
Father and daughter cooking team, Jessica Himschoot and Joe Gosselin.
Christine Greeno- Cinnamon buns ready for the oven