Weekend photo roundup

Hats and tea
The Town of Morinville put on two tea sessions for seniors Thursday afternoon, offering a little feast and recognition to the community’s senior members. – Submitted Photo

Tea for more than two
Nancy Lalonde of Legal pours some tea at the Rendez-Vous Centre’s Annual Spring Tea and Craft Sale Saturday afternoon. The annual fundraiser drew steady crowds to buy locally made crafts and to enjoy tea and homemade desserts. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

Goose and goslings
Eggs have hatched and goslings will soon learn all they need to know to make their way south come fall. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

Swallow in da house
A tree swallow peaks out from its nesting house along the fence line at the Morinville Fish and Games Association pond. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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Pitching in
Rachel Redding was about to make a major connection with the ball Friday night. Sturgeon ATA Local No.27 held their Pitching Mental Health Stereotypes Annual Softball Tourney at the Skyline Diamonds, raising awareness of mental health and the importance of teachers in responding to student mental health issues by getting the appropriate support. $1,200 was raised at the event for the Canadian Mental Health Association. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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On the trail
A young man enjoys a Saturday afternoon run at the Morinville Fish and Game Association pond trail. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

A tiger’s tale
Henry Hudson gets tiger markings painted on his face at the Morinville Veterinary Clinic’s Open House Sunday afternoon. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

Chipping away
Registered Animal Health Technologists Cindy (left) and Gail work with Kiko a cocker / bichon cross at the Morinville Veterinary Clinic’s Open House Sunday afternoon. The technologists affixed an ID tag after microchipping Kiko. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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