Monday, June 28, 2010

Activity at the Museum

There has been so much going on at the museum.
Construction projects:
There are two new beautiful flagpoles in Elizabeth's garden. They proudly fly the Canada and Saskatchewan flag. Great work, Lloyd.
The office area is under construction, but will be finished by Canada Day. John has been hard at work at this project. What an improvement.
The Station Office and Gallivan School entrance has been painted by Marcy and Work Experience crew.
Offsite a group has been hard at work to make some items for our Sales Shop. Check them out on Canada Day.
Preparations for Canada Day - Marcy has worked hard to make the Carnival fresh and interesting.
We have had several tours from the local schools. Thanks to Walter for last minute guiding assistance.
New staff will have an orientation session today.
Park Maintenance:
With all the rain, the grass keeps Bob busy. Also Marcy has been using the trimmer to keep things tidy. As well, the town has been mowing the outer areas - well done everyone.

And there has been a wedding (or almost) in the park. The weather (and probably mosquitoes) caused them to move indoors, but photos were taken in the park later.

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