Grateful Heart – raising the bar when it comes to balloon art.
These girls were…. representing the Girl Guides as far as we could tell.
Burgers for a good cause – the folks from Royal LePage at ‘Rock the Block’
Cassette and player, rendered in sand – good for second place.
These kids weren’t just looking good – they were dancing to beat the band.
Lesser Slave Lake MLA Danielle Larivee, having fun handing out candy to the kids.
Adopt us! The Slave Lake Animal Rescue Committee with pets looking for homes.
This is what 1,000 rubber duckies look like, falling from above.In he goes – mayor Warman does his bit for a good cause.
The Forest Protection folks – sending a message and having fun doing it.
Greg, Grant and Maria – dishing out some very tasty meat.
These gals took the ‘Blast from the Past’ theme very seriously.
A parade wouldn’t be a parade without a few cowgirls on horseback.
View of the kids’ carnival from on top of the fire truck.
Make as much noise as you like – kids’ carnival Kindermusic booth.
Slime-making station at the kids’ carnival – very popular!
Something a bit unusual at the kids’ carnival: toilet paper toss!
The Girl Guides get their message across.
Mayor Tyler Warman enjoys being dry while he can. The dunk tank comes next!
Who says trucking companies don’t like to have fun?
M.D. Reeve Murray Kerik tosses candy with the best of them.
Who wants a beach ball?
Pac-Man in sand – first place in the Family category.
The ‘Royal Reds’ lead off the parade.
The King has entered the parade. Say no more.
Fun in the lake at the Riverboat Daze Sand Sculpture event.
Looking good in green – the Northern Lights 4 -H Club.
The Gordon Ferguson group entertains the ‘Rock the Block’ crowd for a couple of hours.