The Glengarry News - - News - STEVEN WARBURTON PHO­TOS

There was plenty go­ing on in Glen­garry dur­ing the week that led up to Easter. Top left, GDHS Grade 12 stu­dent Emma Rei­jmers dec­o­rates a cake while her class­mates, Brooke Lapierre and Lacey Ham­ble­ton, look on. The trio was pre­par­ing for the school’s cake auc­tion/prom fundraiser. At the end of the day, vol­un­teer auc­tion­eer Barb Newman auc­tioned off nearly three dozen cakes, rais­ing $1,200 for the June 8 prom that’s slated for the Bon­nie Glen Pav­il­ion. Top right, An­nie Franklin of Glen Ne­vis and her fi­ancée, Dun­can Mac­Don­ald of Sum­mer­stown, ex­am­ine a pipe or­gan that was up for sale at the Abbey for the Arts in Glen Ne­vis on Satur­day. At left, Liam and Noah Ault, 16 and 12, carry the cross from St. James Catholic Church in Maxville dur­ing the an­nual Good Fri­day walk. The event in­volved three other churches, St. Michael and All An­gels Angli­can, St. An­drew’s Pres­by­te­rian, and Maxville United. At right, Colby Spazuk, 15, of Ap­ple Hill, along with his mother, Jenni, at­tended a flower ar­rang­ing work­shop at Char-Lan District High School on Thurs­day even­ing. The event was put on by Robert Martin of Flow­ers Corn­wall at the re­quest of his em­ployee, Me­lanie Dixon, who is also a stu­dent at Char-Lan. The work­shop was a prom fundraiser. Twenty-seven peo­ple paid $50 for the work­shop with half of the pro­ceeds go­ing to cover Char-Lan’s prom ex­penses.

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