Pounds of pumpkin

Morinville Sobeys have a 150 pound pumpkin on display in the store in their produce department. Franchise owner Shaun Thompson said the store will have a draw three days before Halloween, giving one family the chance to take the giant pumpkin home to carve in time for Halloween.

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Plenty of cabbage

Sturgeon County resident Charity Rostecki sent us this photo of her red cabbage plant that reproduced 10 extra heads after her husband Greg cut the first head off. She says she did not do anything special – she just planted it and it kept growing.

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Crouse in the house

St. Albert Mayor and Capital Region Board Chair Nolan Crouse was the guest speaker at the Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce October luncheon. Crouse spoke about development in the Capital Region and what it means to Morinville. Chamber President Simon Boersma also fielded a few questions from the members.

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Lock Boxes available

Morinville Fire Department Captain Steve Hammond made a presentation to the Chamber on the Lock Box System, which allows the fire department to quickly and safely enter a propery in an emergency response. Hammond said the Morinville Fire Department has initiated the use of the MIWA High Security Key Box System. The MIWA magnetic cam lock key is registered with the Fire Department with an assigned code right from the factory. With the restricted design of the cam lock key it is not possible for it to be decoded or for a duplicate to be made. Businesses and building owners can purchase the key boxes from the Fire Department, who will coordinate the installation of the lock box with a certified installer. Hammond said the High Security Key Box System is also used by departments, including the City of Lethbridge, Camrose and Spruce Grove.

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Lifting a load

Town of Morinville employees Kevin Bills and Graham Poirier spent some time cleaning up in St. Jean Baptiste Park Oct. 7.

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MFRC unveil 25th anniversary logo

The Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) Board of Directors held their AGM Oct. 4. This year marks a milestone for the MFRC as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. To commemorate the anniversary, they launched a special anniversary logo displayed in the photo. The MFRC is a non-profit society committed to the enrichment of the lives of individuals and families of the Canadian Armed Forces through positive, action, education and support.

Photo: Ex-officio member CWO Jim Doppler 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton representative, Directors Caijsa Jackson, Amanda Graham, Executive Director Roza Parlin,Director Malcolm Johannesen, seated Vice-Chair Jenny Greyling, Chair Kaetlyn Corbould and Secretary/Treasurer Kim Earles.

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100 Block West ready for occupancy in November

Trade Developments 100 Block West building will be ready for occupancy Nov. 1. The company held a tour for media and the public last week.

There are 36 units in the building — 24 two-bedroom and 12 one-bedroom units. The building, which will have ground floor commercial space, has 43 heated underground parking stalls.

More information can be found at: tradedevelopments.com/100-block-west-mornville

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Scouts invested
The 1st Morinville Scouting Movement held their Investiture Ceremony at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Oct. 7. Above: Performing the ceremony is Joshua Ethier to scouts with Scout Leader Ron Sellers and Flag Bearers Weston Parkinson and Zach Eschuk.

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