Doing the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge

A number of individuals and businesses have been taking on the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge. Here are some photos of locals taking part in the viral fundraiser.

Wyatt Zieger, Taylor Hubley and Benoit Lavallee give Christian Rondeau, the new General Manager at Bumper-to-Bumper, the ice-bucket treatment Friday. Rondeau was challenged by a fellow worker and said his father had ALS. He also does the ALS Walk every year and the annual Bumper-to-Bumper Show-n-Shine also donates to ALS. – Lucie Roy photo

Deputy Mayor Stephen Dafoe, Mayor Lisa Holmes, Councillor Rob Ladouceur and Councillor Brennan Fitzgerald took the challenge on Saturday at the Country Fair. The Mayor was challenged by another municipality’s councillor and Council was collectively challenged by The Range radio station. Council in turn challenged the Morinville Public Library, the Morinville Fire Department, Morinville RCMP, and the Morinville Rotary Club.

– Photo Courtesy Thomas Lukaszuk

Drayden Insurance employees (from left) Nicole Hagel, Mike Klassen, Blair Shepherd, and Hillary Pulsifer took the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge on Friday outside their offices on 100 Street. Pulsifer received the initial challenge and challenged her co-workers. – Stephen Dafoe photos

Morinville Community Library Staff (from left) Tristan Turner, Joshua Dmytrow and Shelley Faganello take the challenge on Sunday afternoon after the library closed. They were nominated the day before. – Stephen Dafoe photos

Not shown: A number of Scotia Bank employees also took the challenge on Friday morning outside their 100 Street location, as did Morinville News readers Alberta MacAulay and Justin Hogg.

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