Lucie Roy Photos
Here is some of what our camera lenses focused on last week.
Dog park coming
A woman walks a dog near Sunshine Lake. Dog owners will soon have an off leash dog park in town. See full story here.
Construction at Blue Meadow Apartments continues. The building is being built to reflect the look of other buildings in Morinville’s historic downtown area. The pet-friendly adult building is scheduled to open soon.
Some of the coffee crowd gathered at the Rendez-Vous Centre Aug. 26. Anyone 50 and over is welcome to join in for coffee from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. every Tuesday morning.
Fixing the big door
On Tuesday Win Appelt was busy installing new hardware to the entrance way door of the Catholic Church.
Roll ‘er Up
Tammy Frieze was donates blood for the second time at the Mobile Blood Donor clinic held at the Rendez-Vous Centre Aug. 26. The next Clinics are Oct. 21 and Nov. 18.
Bonnie Armstrong working on a sock puppet project at Heritage Lodge Aug. 27.
Donna McPherson, Executive Director Sturgeon Victim Services making last minute preparations prior to the shotgun start.
Morinville Community Peace Officer Cody Rossing mans a radar gun checking the speed of a golfer’s swing on Hole 6. The Town of Morinville sponsored one of the many novelty holes in the tournament.
Yvonne Kluthe and Wendy Rentz cook up pancakes for more than 118 golfers.
Morinville Fire Fighters (from left) Barret Dupuis, Carl Moss, Jonny Wedick, Brad Boddez, Ben Lamer, Charles Lavallee, Steven Hammond, and Sean Shymka.
Participants of the Canada 55+ Games from Quebec and Ontario gathered for a group photo with Maureen Kubinec MLA Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock, Mayor of Legal Ken Baril, ACFA Regionale de Centralta President David Frechette and Centralta Tourism Society President Jules Jasmin Friday afternoon. Centralta Tourism Society member Ernest Chauvet welcomed the group to Legal and provided a tour of the town and murals. The Canada 55+ Games, the largest ever, were held from August 27-30 in Strathcona County with more than 1998 participants, with 731 from Alberta.
Ernest Chauvet explaining the mural at the Town hall building.
Maureen Kubinec MLA, Mayor Ken Baril, Ernest Chauvet and Frank Kruzich, of Beaconsfield Quebec.
Can you give this animal a loving home
Hello! The name’s Hal! I am an eight-year-old Siamese who was found as a stray and turned into the Morinville Vet Clinic. I am a very handsome and very chatty cat! I was neutered, microchiped, tattooed, and vaccinated here at the clinic. The girls have taken such good care of me and now it’s my turn to find a home for myself! I get along well with other animals and I would definitely be considered a people person. Come and visit me and I’m sure we’ll get along great!
9804-90 Avenue, Morinville – 780-939-3133