Weekend in photos

Here is what our cameras caught over the Mar. 2 weekend.

Cowboys for a day
MPES students Leah Tolsma, Emily Stewart and Trinity Kootney were all dressed up in western attire for the Cowboy Day held Friday at the school. – Lucie Roy Photo

A day of prayer
Heritage Place Lodge residents, visitors and friends all sat together in the Lodge dining room for the World Day of Prayer held Friday afternoon. More than 40 attended the event for an afternoon of prayer and to hear the Morinville Minstrels perform. The theme this year was Let Justice Prevail and the featured country was Malaysia. The event was a partnership between United Church, Anglicans and Catholics. Priest Allan Bonertz speaking on behalf of the Anglicans and Father Ignacy spoke on behalf of the Catholics. The event was organized by members from the three churches and the Catholic Women’s League. – Lucie Roy Photo

A bear market
Ashley Enns was having with one of the gift wreaths for babies from the Bear Butt’N’s Boutique at the Notre Dame Parent Fundraising Association’s Home Business Expo held at Notre Dame Catholic Elementary School Saturday. The Parent Fundraising Association is raising funds to purchase books for all grades. The estimated cost is $5,000. – Lucie Roy Photo

Dog Day Afternoon
Noah’s Ark Pets and Supplies owner Tammy Frieze (left) and SCARS Foster Home supervisor Leslie Pepin pose with Peggy and Nuge, two of several dogs that were brought to the local pet shop Saturday afternoon. Frieze said she is looking to make the Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS) adoption day at her store a regular event. For more information on SCARS visit their website. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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