PICs – Town rolls out the welcome mat

Left photo, Town of High Prairie administration and councillors cook. Left-right, are CAO Brian Martinson, Councillor Judy Stenhouse and Councillor Donna Deynaka.

The Town of High Prairie hosted a citizen appreciation barbecue at the town office June 29. Hamburgers and beverages were served. The town unveiled its Canada 150 Mural Mosaic at the High Prairie and District Museum where a special Canada 150 quilt banner was presented by the High Prairie Sesquicentennial Committee. The mural on the south wall is a photographed copy in car wrap of the actual mural that will be displayed inside the museum. Initially presented on Dec. 10, the mural mosaic measures 12′ x 8′ high. About 350 people gathered at the Legion on Oct. 16-18 to paint 500 of the 800 squares in the masterpiece, a project of the sesquicentennial committee.

Everyone enjoys the hamburgers. Left-right, are Jean-Paul Duguay and Glen and Lorri Munro.
A sesquicentennial quilt banner was presented to the High Prairie and District Museum by the High Prairie Sesquicentennial Committee. Left-right, are committee member and town Councillor Debbie Rose, Helen Carriere of the High Prairie Quilt Guild, tourist centre travel counselor Rae-Ann Gill and committee chair Tammy Kaleta.
The High Prairie Canada 150 Mural Mosaic is unveiled at the High Prairie and District Museum. Left-right, are Mayor Brian Panasiuk, Councillor Debbie Rose and Councillor Michael Long, all members of the sesquicentennial committee. The mural on the south wall is a photographed copy in car wrap of the actual mural that will be displayed inside the museum.
Younger people joined in the celebration. Left-right, are Sasha Gauchier, Andrew Gauchier and Brooke Gauchier.

 

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