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  • Current and former Winnipeg Blue Bombers players came out to support Variety, the Children’s Charity at the Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner at Earls St. Vital. More than $22,000 was raised. The next dinner is Oct. 28 at Earls on Main Street. Pictured, from left, are Shelly McIntosh, Bombers quarterback Drew Willy and Larry McIntosh of Peak of the Market.

    Current and former Winnipeg Blue Bombers players came out to support Variety, the Children’s Charity at the Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner at Earls St. Vital. More than $22,000 was raised. The next dinner is Oct. 28 at Earls on Main Street. Pictured, from left, are Shelly McIntosh, Bombers quarterback Drew Willy and Larry McIntosh of Peak of the Market.

  • 2014 Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Bombers player Julian Feoli-Gudino, Variety CEO Jerry Maslowsky, and Bombers players Nick Moore and Chris Randle.

    2014 Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Bombers player Julian Feoli-Gudino, Variety CEO Jerry Maslowsky, and Bombers players Nick Moore and Chris Randle.

  • Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Bombers past and present with Variety ambassadors Ty (from left), Emma and Todd

    Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Bombers past and present with Variety ambassadors Ty (from left), Emma and Todd

  • Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: From left, are Bombers alumni Willard Reeves, Stan Mikawos, Jim Heighton, James Murphy, Chris Walby and Rod Hill.

    Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: From left, are Bombers alumni Willard Reeves, Stan Mikawos, Jim Heighton, James Murphy, Chris Walby and Rod Hill.

  • Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Roy Rozmus and Nancy Militano of Variety

    Hearts of Blue and Gold Dinner: Roy Rozmus and Nancy Militano of Variety

  • The basement of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church was filled with seniors dancing to live music by Pride and Joy on Sept. 4. The afternoon dances are held once a month, except during the summer. The church is located at 35 Marcie St. in North Kildonan. Pictured, from left, are Aurora Sawka, Ed Sawka, Rachelle Chappellaz-Lemoine and Pierre Lemoine.

    The basement of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church was filled with seniors dancing to live music by Pride and Joy on Sept. 4. The afternoon dances are held once a month, except during the summer. The church is located at 35 Marcie St. in North Kildonan. Pictured, from left, are Aurora Sawka, Ed Sawka, Rachelle Chappellaz-Lemoine and Pierre Lemoine.

  • Pride and Joy: From left, are Jim Maskiw, Rose Maskiw, Lorette Dufault and Danny Dufault.

    Pride and Joy: From left, are Jim Maskiw, Rose Maskiw, Lorette Dufault and Danny Dufault.

  • Gauthier Automotive group recently presented a $500,000 cheque to the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights at its McPhillips Street dealership. The CMHR's opening weekend is Sept. 20 and 21. Pictured (from left) are Gail Asper (CMHR board member), Jim Gauthier and Randy Gauthier. (L-R) Gail Asper, Jim Gauthier, Randy Gauthier

    Gauthier Automotive group recently presented a $500,000 cheque to the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights at its McPhillips Street dealership. The CMHR's opening weekend is Sept. 20 and 21. Pictured (from left) are Gail Asper (CMHR board member), Jim Gauthier and Randy Gauthier. (L-R) Gail Asper, Jim Gauthier, Randy Gauthier

  • The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are organizers Vicky Tumolba, Rudy Capistrasno, Aida Champagne, Fred Sion and Prisco Madayag.

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    The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are organizers Vicky Tumolba, Rudy Capistrasno, Aida Champagne, Fred Sion and Prisco Madayag.

  • The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are Filomena Santiago, Dominic Mari, Mary Jane Mari, Mikayla Mari, Maureen Reyes and Ael Joson.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are Filomena Santiago, Dominic Mari, Mary Jane Mari, Mikayla Mari, Maureen Reyes and Ael Joson.

  • The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are Kyle Vincent, Benji, Jane and Mirella Grafil, Annie Joven, Cerelina Moncur and Lou Clorina.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage. Pictured (from left) are Kyle Vincent, Benji, Jane and Mirella Grafil, Annie Joven, Cerelina Moncur and Lou Clorina.

  • The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The third annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival included a colourful parade that ended at Garden City Shopping Centre, where the festival offered entertainment on the mainstage.

  • The Provincial Council of Women of Manitoba held its annual Celebrating Women Gala at the Viscount Gort. The event honours women who have made significant contributions to communities and families through volunteer work. The 2014 award winners (from left) were Kelly-Ann Stevenson (Council of Women of Winnipeg), Hope McIntyre (Sarasvati Productions), Nancy Schneider (Manitoba Association of Home Economists), Susan Prove (Manitoba Association of Home Economists) and Enid Clark (Manitoba Women's Institute).

    By Brynn Hughes

    The Provincial Council of Women of Manitoba held its annual Celebrating Women Gala at the Viscount Gort. The event honours women who have made significant contributions to communities and families through volunteer work. The 2014 award winners (from left) were Kelly-Ann Stevenson (Council of Women of Winnipeg), Hope McIntyre (Sarasvati Productions), Nancy Schneider (Manitoba Association of Home Economists), Susan Prove (Manitoba Association of Home Economists) and Enid Clark (Manitoba Women's Institute).

  • Jeffrey’s Restaurant and Lounge has been running comedy night Tuesdays, featuring some of Winnipeg’s best comedic talent, for the past four summers. The shows run until the last Tuesday in September. Pictured, from left, are comedians Jared Story, Bruce Clark, Paul Rabliauskas, Andy Noble and Jordan Wellwood with Jeffrey’s owners Mauro Felicioni and Don Mackenzie.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Jeffrey’s Restaurant and Lounge has been running comedy night Tuesdays, featuring some of Winnipeg’s best comedic talent, for the past four summers. The shows run until the last Tuesday in September. Pictured, from left, are comedians Jared Story, Bruce Clark, Paul Rabliauskas, Andy Noble and Jordan Wellwood with Jeffrey’s owners Mauro Felicioni and Don Mackenzie.

  • Jeffrey’s Restaurant and Lounge has been running comedy night Tuesdays, featuring some of Winnipeg’s best comedic talent, for the past four summers. The shows run until the last Tuesday in September. Bill Molyneux (from left), Mathew Monasterski, Jill Sutton and Ron Matiation were out for a night of comedy.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Jeffrey’s Restaurant and Lounge has been running comedy night Tuesdays, featuring some of Winnipeg’s best comedic talent, for the past four summers. The shows run until the last Tuesday in September. Bill Molyneux (from left), Mathew Monasterski, Jill Sutton and Ron Matiation were out for a night of comedy.

  • Geneviève Pelletier (from left), Ginette Lavack Walters, Teo Lavack, Amélie Lavack and Gilbert Lavack check out the music and munchies at the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival. The festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Geneviève Pelletier (from left), Ginette Lavack Walters, Teo Lavack, Amélie Lavack and Gilbert Lavack check out the music and munchies at the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival. The festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17.

  • Terry Poitras (from left), Heather Trosky, Gary Nagaska, Sonny Restiaux and Ken Kryshka listen to some tunes at the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival. The festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Terry Poitras (from left), Heather Trosky, Gary Nagaska, Sonny Restiaux and Ken Kryshka listen to some tunes at the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival. The festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17.

  • Big Dave Mclean performs on the final day of the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival at Shaw Park on Aug. 17.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Big Dave Mclean performs on the final day of the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival at Shaw Park on Aug. 17.

  • The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment, Mayor Sam Katz and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment, Mayor Sam Katz and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

  • The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Mayor Sam Katz, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Mayor Sam Katz, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

  • The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment, Mayor Sam Katz and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    The Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival was held at Shaw Park on Aug. 16 and 17. The popular festival featured top-notch performers and a surprise ice-bucket challenge featuring, from left, Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment, Mayor Sam Katz and Rick Fenton, the festival's artistic director.

  • Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Here, Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106) has his work cut out for him trying to keep up with Sterling.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Here, Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106) has his work cut out for him trying to keep up with Sterling.

  • Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Back row, from left: Cadin Dupasquier (Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg), Lloyd the Intern (Virgin 103), Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106) and Brody Jackson (QX 104). Front row, from left: Connor, Colby, Sterling and Kaynan.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Back row, from left: Cadin Dupasquier (Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg), Lloyd the Intern (Virgin 103), Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106) and Brody Jackson (QX 104). Front row, from left: Connor, Colby, Sterling and Kaynan.

  • Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Pictured (from left): Jon, Kelly Parker (Fab 94.3), Courtney Ketchen (Breakfast Television), Nathan, Samantha Stevens (QX 104) and Keneisha.

    John Johnston / Winnipeg Free Press

    Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Pictured (from left): Jon, Kelly Parker (Fab 94.3), Courtney Ketchen (Breakfast Television), Nathan, Samantha Stevens (QX 104) and Keneisha.

  • Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Pictured (from left): Beth Creed, (Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg), Mary Ray (Staples) and Winnipeg Harvest staff Chantel Mierau, Rebecca Trudeau and Jason Booth.

    Beth Creed / Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg

    Winnipeg Harvest recently launched its annual Tools for School race at Staples on Pembina Highway. The event included a celebrity race, with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg participating. The annual drive provides much-needed school supplies to underprivileged children. Donations can be made at any Staples store and are also being accepted at the Aug. 21 Goldeyes game. Pictured (from left): Beth Creed, (Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg), Mary Ray (Staples) and Winnipeg Harvest staff Chantel Mierau, Rebecca Trudeau and Jason Booth.

  • Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Pictured are volunteers Raquel Tanabe, Michelle Scott, Lana Hochman and Kyla Payjack.

    Beth Creed / Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg

    Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Pictured are volunteers Raquel Tanabe, Michelle Scott, Lana Hochman and Kyla Payjack.

  • Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently participated in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Here, kids take part in a water fight.

    Beth Creed / Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg

    Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently participated in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Here, kids take part in a water fight.

  • Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Back row, from left: Noelle Koseda, Katherine Dyck and Rayber. Front row, from left: Chesca, Ehrica and Amelia.

    Beth Creed / Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg

    Kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s Community School Investigators (CSI) Summer Learning program recently took part in the first-ever Winnipeg Jumpstart Games at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The program, designed to combat summer learning loss, now includes an hour of physical activity. Canadian Tire Jumpstart provides the training and equipment required. Back row, from left: Noelle Koseda, Katherine Dyck and Rayber. Front row, from left: Chesca, Ehrica and Amelia.

  • A commemorative runestone was unveiled in the newly created Viking Park to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Islendingadagurinn in Gimli. Pictured from left, Icelandic Foreign Minister Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, Gimli Mayor Lynne Greenberg, Icelandic Festival of Manitoba President Cam Arnason, and artist Janey Westin, flanked by actors in battle dress from the viking village.

    A commemorative runestone was unveiled in the newly created Viking Park to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Islendingadagurinn in Gimli. Pictured from left, Icelandic Foreign Minister Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, Gimli Mayor Lynne Greenberg, Icelandic Festival of Manitoba President Cam Arnason, and artist Janey Westin, flanked by actors in battle dress from the viking village.

  •  Among the many attractions at Islendingadagurinn  in Gimli were helicopter rides provided by Gimli-based Prairie Helicopters, Picture from left Dave Laird, Blair Obsniuk, and passengers Johannes and David Bergman and Guy Glesby.

    Among the many attractions at Islendingadagurinn in Gimli were helicopter rides provided by Gimli-based Prairie Helicopters, Picture from left Dave Laird, Blair Obsniuk, and passengers Johannes and David Bergman and Guy Glesby.

  • The Winnipeg Rowing Club recently honoured the Riley family, which has been involved in the club since 1892. In a ceremony, the club’s boathouse was named the Riley Boathouse. Pictured, from left, are Riley family members Buzz Grant, Leslie Riley Grant, Sandy Riley, Anne Riley, J. Derek Riley, Derek Riley, Susie Riley Dowler, Sally Riley Dowler, Jeannie Riley Senft and Rod Senft.

    The Winnipeg Rowing Club recently honoured the Riley family, which has been involved in the club since 1892. In a ceremony, the club’s boathouse was named the Riley Boathouse. Pictured, from left, are Riley family members Buzz Grant, Leslie Riley Grant, Sandy Riley, Anne Riley, J. Derek Riley, Derek Riley, Susie Riley Dowler, Sally Riley Dowler, Jeannie Riley Senft and Rod Senft.

  • Pictured at the rowing club, from left, are Joe Barnsley, Andrew Lamont, Dorothea Blandford, Nick Logan and Jeff Reitberger.

    Pictured at the rowing club, from left, are Joe Barnsley, Andrew Lamont, Dorothea Blandford, Nick Logan and Jeff Reitberger.

  •  Also pictured at the rowing club, from left, are Olympic rowers Kevin Kowalyk, Janine Hanson and Jeff Powell.

    Also pictured at the rowing club, from left, are Olympic rowers Kevin Kowalyk, Janine Hanson and Jeff Powell.

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for August 9th, 2014  Islendingadagurinn � Gimli  Dignataries on hand to kick off the traditional program (L-R) The Royal Canadian Mounted Police salute as Grant Nordman (Winnipeg Councillor) Lynne Greenberg (Gimli Mayor), James Bezan (MP) Peter Bjornson (MLA), Premier Greg Selinger, Mrs Anita Lee and the Honourable Philip S. Lee, Cameron Arnason (President Icelandic Festival of Manitoba), Janice Arnason (Past President) Gunnar Bragi Sveinson (Icelandic Foreign Minister),  Thordur Aegir Oskarsson (Icelandic Ambassador to Canada), H.W. Hannesson (Counsel General), Mrs. Anna Birgis Hannesson, Oli Narfasson (Toast to Canada) and David Gislason, (Sk�8ld).

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for August 9th, 2014 Islendingadagurinn � Gimli Dignataries on hand to kick off the traditional program (L-R) The Royal Canadian Mounted Police salute as Grant Nordman (Winnipeg Councillor) Lynne Greenberg (Gimli Mayor), James Bezan (MP) Peter Bjornson (MLA), Premier Greg Selinger, Mrs Anita Lee and the Honourable Philip S. Lee, Cameron Arnason (President Icelandic Festival of Manitoba), Janice Arnason (Past President) Gunnar Bragi Sveinson (Icelandic Foreign Minister), Thordur Aegir Oskarsson (Icelandic Ambassador to Canada), H.W. Hannesson (Counsel General), Mrs. Anna Birgis Hannesson, Oli Narfasson (Toast to Canada) and David Gislason, (Sk�8ld).

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for August 9th, 2014 Islendingadagurinn ��� Gimli  Viking villagers re-enacting classic Viking battles.

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for August 9th, 2014 Islendingadagurinn ��� Gimli Viking villagers re-enacting classic Viking battles.

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for August 9th, 2014 Islendingadagurinn � Gimli  Young children take on the Vikings with disastrous results for the Vikings.

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for August 9th, 2014 Islendingadagurinn � Gimli Young children take on the Vikings with disastrous results for the Vikings.

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