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District cross

The Grade 4 girls were off and running at the junior/intermediate cross-country meet held Friday at Crossroads School in Devlin. Many district students from Grades 4-8 enjoyed themselves and put forth their best effort at the annual event.

Piñata posse

The “Piñata Posse" from Gillons' Insurance were set to "Fiesta like there's no mañana” on Saturday evening during the Riverside Foundation for Health Care's annual fundraiser gala at the Memorial Sports Centre auditorium. Pictured here were Christy Dowty, front row left, and Nancy Brown, along Michelle Sabbe, back row left, Shari Humphrey, Lindy Coyle, Sue Hanson, and Sarah Marusyk.

Serving appetizers

Will Richards, left, and Jaykob Ryll were among the Muskie football players who served up appetizers such as tortilla roll-ups, Mexican mini-quiches, and tostaditos to hungry patrons during cocktail hour Saturday evening at the Foundation gala.


Wendy Judson, left, Kathy Judson, and Diane Strachan enjoyed good food and camaraderie during Saturday evening's Foundation fiesta at the arena auditorium.

Marking bid

Jay McFarlane of 2Tone Music Productions placed a bid on a silent auction item during Saturday evening's fundrasier gala at the arena. Moree than 90 fabulous items were donated by businesses and individuals.

Mariachi band

“Mariachi El Norte” entertained guests at the Riverside Foundation gala before and during dinner and then long into the night Saturday—much to the delight of the 220 district residents in attendance.

Couch chat

“Opal," played by Aela Mackintosh, turned on the charm for her mother, "Gladys," (Beth Logue) in an effort to dupe her in a scene from "Monday at the Manor.”