Two local teens have burst onto Alberta’s volleyball scene in a big way.
Carter Hills and Andrew Seguin, grade 10 students from Morinville Community High School (MCHS), have taken their sport by storm. Lately, they’ve been spending their time winning championships, being recognized as tournament All-Stars, and receiving invitations to try-out with volleyball’s best-of-the-best.
The RBC Morinville Team volunteered Tuesday at Morinville Comunity High School for the Howls Olympics.
Carmen Dubas, Gale Galenza, Dana Hubley, Karen Wilson, Denise Hittinger, Kathy Chalcraft and Janice Namchuk attended the event on behalf of the bank.
June 3rd marks the official kickoff to summer for community services with the annual Amazing Race event.
Town of Morinville employee Tyler Edworthy said June marks Parks Month, the Longest Day of Play, and International Trail Day.
So much for sunny ways! As Justin Trudeau's government nears the halfway mark of its first mandate, finding some willingness to engage in adult conversation on either side of the House of Commons is almost as hard as it was on the worst days of the previous Conservative government.
On Wednesday the CWL (Catholic Women's League) sponsored and helped serve the HOWLS lunch for over 190 MCHS students. The HOWLS (Honor, Ownership, Welcoming, Leadership, Safety) lunch is something the school does every month to recognize students behaving in a positive manner.