Wendy Hrynkiw3 minute readPreviewFriday, Mar. 25, 2022
Grade 3 École Sun Valley School students Evelyn (left) and Bailey are during the school’s week-long bike-a-thon. Bailey’s mom made her shirt, which says “Stand for Freedom” on the front, and “Peace for Ukraine” on the sleeve.
Wendy Hrynkiw3 minute readPreviewTuesday, Aug. 10, 2021
Supplied photo by Manny Berkal-Sarbit
Pictured is Jesse Oberman with bottles of his Manitoba-made, Next Friend Cider. Next Friend’s ciders come in 750 ml glass bottles with branding he calls “trendy and minimalistic”.
Artist and author Shannon Schultz has made more than 40 COVID pinatas, some filled with treats and others, such as this one in Birds Hill Park, filled with birdseed. She says smashing the viral cell-shaped pinatas helps kids and adults alike release tension and frustration.
Photo by Heather Turnbull-Smith
Pictured is a virtual Christmas party Wendy Hrynkiw and her husband had with their closest friends. Dinner was delivered and they all ate together, drank together (without anyone having to drive), and played games until the wee hours.
Wendy Hrynkiw 6 minute readPreviewFriday, Mar. 20, 2020
Correspondent Wendy Hrynkiw is pictured with Mme. Sanchez’s Grade 2 class at Sun Valley School. (A special thank you goes out to Tiago Azevedo who had to make the tough choice between taking the photo or being in the photo.)
(From left) Ingrid Wintonyk, Kirk Scott, Bobbie Haines and Jeff Harrap, collectively known as the Central Assassins, celebrate on the night they won their soft-tip darts league to qualify for the NDA team dart tournament in Las Vegas in April.
(Photo provided by Kirk Scott)
Taken on the night of their win in Winnipeg, a win that sends them to Vegas to compete.