Compiled by Etienne Thevou
Some cool cats looking for a home
The Morinville Veterinary Clinic received a litter of kittens in early September. Although the mother and four of her kittens have been adopted, the clinic still has two males left. They are looking for someone to give the cats a permanent home.
Simon and Pepper are about 15 weeks old, neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed, and micro-chipped and ready for adoption as a pair or as single pets.
Additionally, the clinic currently has three adult cats available for adoption:
Brutus, a four-year-old neutered male that the clinic says is extremely friendly.
Sly, another friendly four-year-old neutered cat.
Betty, a two-year-old, spayed tabby.
Anyone interested in adding a pet to their life before the holidays can contact the Morinville Veterinary Clinic at 780-939-3133.
Money for Morinville
Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock MLA Ken Kowalski announced Monday Morinville will be receiving just shy of an additional $90,000 from the province.
The Rotary Club of Morinville is set to receive $12,000 to help develop a gazebo at the Morinville Spray Park.
Additionally, the Town of Morinville is set to receive $73,342 under the province’s new Police Officer Grant Program. Kowalski said the money is to assist Morinville in the hiring of a new officer during the current calendar year.
RV City Toy Drive
Although the onset of cold weather may have people putting their recreational vehicles in storage, the folks at RV City are pulling one of their units out for a charitable cause.
The local business is hoping to fill an RV with toys in support of the Midstream Support Society’s Santa Store and 630 CHED’s Santas Anonymous.
RV City invites residents to help fill their Toy Hauler by dropping off a new unwrapped toy from now until Dec. 17.
Drop off hours are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at RV City. 8704 – 100 Street (Morinville Business Park) 780-939-2900