Little three-week old Cade Northcott was the youngest to visit the man in red at the Breakfast with Santa hosted by the Morinville Lions Club Saturday at the Rendez-Vous Centre. More than 200 attended the breakfast. Proceeds went to the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Program. – Lucie Roy Photo
Kasual Beginnings owner Gail Hrycak demonstrates her handcrafted jewelry at the market craft show, on until 3 pm at high school. – Stephen Dafoe Photo
Santa and Mrs. Claus Lite Up the Nite in St. Jean Baptiste Park Saturday night. Though the parade was cancelled, the park lighting and fireworks went on. – Lucie Roy Photos
The St. Albert and Area Retired Teachers Association (STARTA) entertained Heritage Lodge residentsTuesday afternoon with a Christmas Concert. – Lucie Roy Photo
On Friday afternoon Troy and Mary Dale were presented with their 2014 Jayco Jay Flight Swift Travel Trailer they won from the purchase of a Rotary Super Six ticket. The presentation took place at RV City in the indoor show room. Dale said he has never won anything in his life and is very grateful he purchased the ticket to support the fundraiser. Rotary Annual Fundraising Director BobTaylor said the tickets were a year in process. The Super Six Lottery was named for the six super prizes, all purchased locally by the Rotary. – Lucie Roy Photo
Georges H. Primeau Lions Peace Poster winners from left: Katie Campbell (first place), Emma Van Brabant (second) and Grace Haynes (third place) pose with Morinville Lions Club President Francis Fryters. The presentation was made Thursday afternoon at the Primeau Pride Celebrations. – Lucie Roy Photo
Last weekend’s annual Lite Up the Nite Festival did not disappoint. Entertainer Stuart Nemtin, in the persona of the dashing, leather helmeted, grinning aviator Major Conrad Flapps, put on two shows at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre that had children and their parents laughing throughout. The Saturday performances blended acrobatic comedy, musical parody and Flapps’ unique brand of wit in a show that rivaled previous Lite Up the Nite Festival offerings.
Four-year-old Initiation Team 5 player Kale Tappauf skated with the Kings during Saturday night’s warmup. Kale had a big fan in Kings Alternate Captain Tim Nolte. – Stephen Dafoe Photo