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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Out and About, September 24-30. 2012

Detail from artwork seen at Livingstone School

Dynasty, Cooper, and Halton's Hawk at the
Drive 1 4 UR School event

It seemed like there were mascots everywhere last week. Above and below, some examples of their popular public appearances. Despite the heat, these purveyors of pride and community spirit put 100% into it. Have you hugged your mascot lately?


^ Clover the Mustang pig was spotted at the recent Bantam Mustangs home game, which proved to be a big victory for the home team.  Clover was sporting a stylish custom fitted mustang jersey for the event. You can read about the game by clicking here.

Bruce Buckingham at the recent Bantam Mustangs game,
torn between two mascots.
Feel the love: Livingstone's Sabe and a fan


Sabe high-fives Livingstone Principal Mrs. Terri Donald as
she completes her Terry Fox run on Friday

Senior Mustangs Head Coach Peter Brannen high-fives
the St. Michael's Dragon after the big Bantam win on Saturday

Minor hockey begins: Atom players at the MCC Arena,
practicing in advance of the 2012-2013 season

Water bomber returning to Pincher Creek Municipal Airport

Terry Fox Run: Matthew Halton students

Terry Fox Run: Matthew Halton students

Terry Fox Run: Matthew Halton students

Terry Fox Run: St. Michael's School students

Terry Fox Run: Brandon of Canyon School
For our story on the Terry Fox Run held at local schools click here.

Beatletude: artwork at Livingstone School
Sarah Valiquette, artist




Jackie Therriault and Kevin Fitzpatrick entertained at the wildly successful  Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village "Wild Night at the Waldorf" Gala held on Saturday night.  Full story soon.

Sam Pollack ran the "Wild Night at the Waldorf"
horse betting table
J. Davis photo

Pat Walsh and 'Sgt. Joseph Sloppy' 
at the "Wild Night at the Waldorf" Gala

Detail from artwork seen at Livingstone School

Detail from artwork seen at Livingstone School

Detail from artwork seen at Livingstone School
Mountains obscured by smoke from BC wildfires
(looking south toward Lundbreck. Sept. 28)

Paving work on road to landfill continues, on schedule

South of Cowley

South of Cowley

C. Davis photos unless otherwise indicated

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous30/9/12

    Nice pics...#17 and # 18 are awesome!!!;-)

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  2. Anonymous2/10/12

    19 was great too...

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