Around the Town – the week in photos

Giving blood
Miles Allan was one of more than 80 people out to donate blood on Tuesday night at the Rendez-Vous Centre. The next Blood Donor Clinics are scheduled for Sept. 15 and Dec. 8.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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Here we grow again

Donna and Darcy Barilla of DC Transmissions and Auto Repair recently welcomed two new staff to the team. Jay Dopson (right) is a Red Seal Mechanic with 24 years experience and comes to the business from J&H Auto. Brett Ross (back of truck) is an apprentice with 10 years experience in tires, having formerly been with Integra Tire. The Barillas are excited to have Dopson and Ross at DC Transmissions and Auto Repair and look forward to serving current and new clients.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

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Sweet ride

Little Zachary drives his Mercedes along the sidewalk at St. Jean Baptiste Church during an outing with his grandfather.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

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Going to the store

Mix it Up was the theme for week two of Morinville’s Summer Camp series. Participants enjoyed a trip to Sobeys July 15 where Bakery Manager Jerica Davies gave children a tour of the store, providing information on produce, organic products, the Bakery Department and other aspects of the grocery business. The children learned about the store’s freezers and the ideal temperatures to run them, tasted grapple (grape-flavoured apples), and saw live lobsters in the tank. In the Bakery Department they got to see the slicing and packaging bread, and how to make roses and balloons for cake decorating.

The Summer Camp Mix it Up theme consisted of creating some tasty treats, making pizza, visiting a cooking school, making grilled crescent dogs, tacos in a bag, cookies, as well as field trips, crafts and games.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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History of magic

Week 2 of the Harry Potter Summer Reading Program kicked off Monday. Rory Turner read four stories from the book The Tales of Beedle The Bard by J.K. Rowling to more than15 participants assembled at the library. Stories read included The Wizard and the Hopping Pot, The Fountain of Fair Fortune, Babbitty Rabbitty and Her Cackling Stump, and The Tale of the Three Brothers. This event will be followed by a Deathly Hollows craft on Wednesday and Philosopher’s Stone Scavenger Hunt on Friday.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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Playin’ ball

Scared Hittless and DTF from Division 2 took to Diamond 3 at Skyline Ball Diamonds June 13.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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Moving along

Twelve-year-old Hayley Deveau rides her longboard through her neighbourhood July 15. The Primeau student took up longboarding this summer.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

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Meet the author

Author Deana Driver was at Heritage Place Lodge on Thursday with her two Canadian best seller books and 16 of her other titles. Residents were impressed with a few of the stories, particularly Cream Money, the story of Prairie people selling milk and cream to neighbours and in town to make ends meet. Driver also brought the Zenimaginarium Garden, the first adult colouring book by a Saskatchewan artist and possibly the first by a Canadian artist.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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On the move
On Thursday the six modulars at the Morinville Public School were transported to their respective location adjacent the school.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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