The week in photos

Primeau showcases its talent

by Lucie Roy

Singing, dancing, karate, comedy and even a unicyclist provided nearly two hours of entertainment at the 20th Annual Georges H. Primeau talent show Mar. 27. Titled Going For Gold – One School, One Team, the Olympic-themed show included126 of the school’s Grades 5 to 8 students performing before a packed audience of students, staff, teachers, parents and guests.

Mikayla Foster and Lilya Richardson perform a combination dance and gymnastic routine.

Primeau School Learning Support Facilitator Sandee Blackburn holds the microphone for Grade 5 student Mitchel Kabey as he performs with the electric guitar.

Primeau Student Julia Allan performing Just Give Me a Reason as a one person duet. Her half boy, half girl costume was a hit with the audience.

Not your normal fire call

A firefighter extinguishes some rags that ignited in the back of a vehicle on 102 Avenue around 4:30 Mar. 24. Acting Fire Chief Brad Boddez said he believed a chemical reaction caused the rags to ignite. All was under control quickly although there was some minor damage to the cargo area of the vehicle.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

Easter relaxation
A couple of stuffed bunnies form a laid-back display at The Flower Stop and Gift Shop on 100 Avenue. The easter-themed item are one of a number of new items on display. – Lucie Roy Photo

Science experiment
Notre Dame student Hayden Roddis got assistance from teacher Carmen Hills and Principal Marlene Pelletier with his science experiment at the Grade 3 Celebrating our Strengths assembly held Thursday afternoon. Other acts by Grade 3 students included karate swords, pogo sticks, skipping, singing, musicians, dancing and boxing.

The assembly ended on a sad note when Pelletier announced that Grade 3 teacher Catherine Chan would be employed at Richard S. Fowler Catholic Junior High School after the spring break. Chan, who has been at the school four years, was presented with a bouquet of flowers.

– Lucie Roy Photo

dumb pucks
Dumb Pucks
The Westlock Misfits took on the Legal Dumb Pucks in the first game of Friday night’s ACFA Centralta Bilingual Hockey au Village Tournament. The three-day tournament had teams participating from Legal, Morinville, St. Albert, Edmonton Garrison and Westlock. The Legal Vipers took the tournament over the Morinville Whalers in the final game sunday afternoon.

– Lucie Roy Photo

Super Balls
Legal Town Councillor Trina Jones runs from home plate to third base in the backwards game known as snow pitch. The annual tournament fundraiser for youth basketball took place at Cardiff Hall Saturday with 16 teams taking over eight snowy diamonds.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

Something different
Tristen Houle demonstrates ringette Sunday morning at the arena. About 22 children came out to the Try Ringette event, sufficient that organizers are confident the sport will be on the ice soon. Organizer Lisa Houle said she was thankful for all the participants, their families and the volunteers who came out to support the event.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

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