The tour included several private residences, the Water Edge subdivision, the Lucien Lake Regional Park, the Bethany Pioneer Village and other areas all located with the RM of Three Lakes.
Here are some photos from their tour:
CiB Judges (left to right) Sheila Nordick, Donna Hall and Larry Hall observe a statue created by Heinz Schuler (right). This art in addition to many other creations by Schuler greets anyone travelling the main access road from Highway 20 to the Region of Lucien Lake and the Village of Middle Lake.
CiB Judges, Larry and Donna Hall (rear seat), Sheila Nordick (front passenger)and SPRA Parks and Open Spaces Consultant, Andrew Exelby (driver), test drive the Fred Flintstone car located on Heinz Schuler’s property. Schuler is standing in the background. This car has been used for grad and wedding photos!
SPRA Summer Program Development Assistant, Jeanna Kozan, doesn’t miss out on the drive as she sits in the Barney Rubble car created by Schuler.
Communities in Bloom judges pictured two of the tour guides for the Lucien Lake Region (Left to Right: Larry Hall, Frank and Mildred Punk, Sheila Nordick and Donna Hall.
Communities in Bloom judges view Lucien Lake from a newly constructed Look-out point built at the Water’s Edge and Lucien Lake subdivision.
CiB judge, Larry Hall, and tour Guide, Betty-Ann Godart inpect the Clay Bread oven at Bethany Pioneer Village.
And lastly, a leaky canoe is being put to good use at the Lucien Lake Regional Park.
For more information on Communities in Bloom, please contact Andrew Exelby, SPRA Parks and Open Spaces Consultant, at 306-780-9262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.