Our Morinville: The Week in Photos


Here are some Northern lights shots sent by Christine Vokurka


Syllea Allen sent us this shot taken near Legal.

Karen Proulx sent us this photo, taken Friday morning.

Don Boutilier sent us this photo Thursday morning.

A male downy woodpecker and other birds get a fall feast of suet in a Morinville backyard – Stephen Dafoe Photos

Allison Zinnick sent us these two great sunrise photos Wednesday.

The Chamber’s first pumpkin walk took in those leftover Halloween Jack-o-lanterns and put them on display for people to see on a walking tour at Skyline Diamonds Tuesday night. Wednesday, a farmer picked up the pumpkins for their sheep and goats to feast on. – Stephen Dafoe Photo


Don Boutilier sent us this shot.

From November 1 to Nov 11.  Legion President Kelvin Kuzyk’s home [10207 95 Ave] becomes a site and a tribute to the fallen.  He places a display in his front yard, growing year after year to honour the fallen and those that serve.

On Monday the Poppy Tree went up at the Town of Morinville office. Morinville resident Lauri Allen once again crocheted poppies to represent fallen soldiers who died from combat and non-combat-related incidents. On hand to help with the placement of the poppies was Mayor Simon Boersma. Residents can obtain a crocheted poppy at Town Hall. All donations will be forwarded to our local Legion Poppy campaign. – Lucie Roy Photo
Raelyn Crush and Melissa Meads at Sobeys on Sunday with the Poppy trays. – Lucie Roy Photo
Joe Jacob and Bev Lussier with the Poppy trays at No Frills. – Lucie Roy Photo

Erin Vollick sent us this photo taken at the Morinville Fish & Game Association pond the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 27.
Erin sent this photo a week later.
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 176 Morinville President Kelvin Kuzyk presented the first poppy to Morinville Mayor Simon Boersma at the Legion Hall on Thursday, Oct. 28. – Lucie Roy Photo
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