The Morinville Legion held an Open House on Canada Day with displays in the hall, door prizes, food and karaoke in the Fox Hole Lounge.
The 3061 (1CER) Morinville Royal Canadian Army Cadets had their video of their trip to Vimy playing in the background.
Flipping burgers and wieners on a grill outside the Morinville Fish and Game Association clubhouse on Fathers' Day to feed granddads and dads and their sons and daughters may not be what people envision when someone mentions the Royal Canadian Legion. But the Legion is more than the familiar military cut suits seen by so many when the Legion Colour Guard leads parades during festivals and on Remembrance Day.
Features and her brother Pancake were driven off by their mother so she could save the other pups. Features had six seizures in the first hour after she was found, due to dehydration. She had only hours to live. Both Features and Pancake were rescued by Don Summers and Doris Jolicoeur, former Morinville residents and realtors featured in a May 31 Morinville News story.
Rebecca Balanko and Ben Holland made a donation to Morinville Public School as a tribute to their father. It is a buddy bench which serves as a blessing and benefit for all students.
The bench was officially brought outside during recess on Thursday morning to be used for the first time. The plaque on the bench reads "Forever and Always, In Loving Memory of Tom Holland Our Dad, Grandpa and Friend.”
The 3061 1st Combat Engineers Regiment Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps held its 18th Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR) Saturday at the Morinville Curling rink with Mayor Lisa Holmes as the Reviewing Officer.