The Week in Photos

by Lucie Roy

There was plenty going on in Morinville last week. Here is some of what our cameras captured.

town sign
Signs of change
Workers install the new Town of Morinville community information sign on 100 Street north of the tracks and south of the Husky gas bar. The sign is used to advertise town and community events to the thousands of drivers passing by each week.

Firefighters for a day

Liam Doucette colours some aircraft.

Bon Accord firefighter Melissa Miller with Rhett Kieser in the back of the Bon Accord fire truck.

Sturgeon County Fire Services Officer Glenn Innis shows Devin Wood how to operate a fire hose.

The children met with firefighters at Sturgeon County’s Jump into Summer theme day titled Planes: Fire & Rescue held Jluy 28 at Cardiff Hall. More than 20 participants took part in the event. – Lucie Roy photos

park outing
Park outing
Some of the residents from Heritage Place Lodge went for an outing to the park on Wednesday afternoon and were sporting their new hats compliments of Sturgeon Foundation to help protect them from the hot sun. Laura Kieser, seated Yvonne Leduc, Raymond Kwasny, Roberta Holden, Shirley Telford, Emilenne Dostie, Paula Nolte and Evelyn Henry posed after their walk back to the Lodge.

jams and jellies
Jam Jam
The Morinville Community Gardens Jams & Jellies Class was held in the MCCC commercial kitchen with more than 20 participants in attendance. Facilitator and Community Gardens Education Coordinator Paula Collins introduced the three instructors: Sandy Maclean, Carol Cooper and Ann Peters, members of the Fruits of Sherbrooke out of Edmonton. The class was taught how to make two jam processes, the traditional method as well as the freezer jam.

Fiesta fun day
Ethan Lefebvre takes his turn at the piñata at the Sturgeon County Jump into Summer Viva la Fiesta event held at Cardiff Hall Thursday.

summer camp
BINGO camp
Gracie Arcand celebrates her BINGO win Friday afternoon. Summer Camp Leader Tarra Modien was the caller.

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