Around the town in photos

Rescue efforts
The Morinville Fire Department’s Ladder 4 played an important role Monday night after a man fell some 15 feet at a business in the Sturgeon Industrial Park.

The ladder allowed EMTs to get the man down from an elevation of some 45 feet, and on to hospital.

The identity of the man and extent of his injuries was not known at press deadline. – Submitted Photo

Plenty of plants
Shelly and Mark Damon of Room by Room and Community Drop In Centre volunteer Elsie Stang look over one of the five carts of flowers and vegetable plants donated to the centre by High Q Greenhouses. The roughly 120 flats of plants, valued at more than $5,000 will low-income families have an opportunity to beautify their yards and fill their flower beds.

Room by Room donated their time and services to deliver the flowers to the drop in.

-Lucie Roy Photo

And the band played on

Grade 8 Band member Emmett Baker played the Baritone at the Georges H. Primeau Spring Concert Tuesday night. Baker also received the award for Most Improved Grade 8 Band student. The Concert included Grade 6, 7 and 8 students performing before a packed audience. Other Award recipients included Most Dedicated Grade 8 Band student Britney Chalifoux. The Grade 7 Most Dedicated award went to Connor Pedersen and Jocelynne Richards, and Most Improved to Nicole Robinson and Jacob Steele. The award for the Most Outstanding Band student will be presented to a student from each grade level at the school’s wards ceremony on June 26. – Lucie Roy Photos

Grade 6 Band members performing at the Georges H. Primeau Spring Concert in the school gym on Tuesday night under the direction of Mrs. Nicole Baker.

Grade 8 Band members performing.

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