Whitehorse Daily Star

January 25, 2020

 GOING NUTS – AND TO MONTREAL

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

GOING NUTS – AND TO MONTREAL – The Heart of Riverdale will present ‘Go Nuts 2020’, the annual fundraiser, at 7:00 this evening at the Yukon Arts Centre. This show, choreographed by students, is designed to raise money for an educational dance trip to Montreal in the spring and for The Heart of Riverdale Community Centre’s general programming.

GOING NUTS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

GOING NUTS – The Heart of Riverdale presents ‘Go Nuts’, the annual fundraiser. The shows go at 7:00 this evening and Friday at the Yukon Arts Centre.

A ROCK WITH A VIEW

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A ROCK WITH A VIEW – From a soaring vantage point on Sheep Mountain in southwest Yukon, a Dall ram gazes out over Kluane country. Photo by JANNIK SCHOU

IN THE TOP 10

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IN THE TOP 10 – Yukon freestyle skier Etienne Geoffroy-Gagnon placed sixth at a world cup event in Seiser Alm, Italy on Saturday to give him his best result, to date on the world cup circuit. Photo submitted by ETIENNE GEOFFROY-GAGNON

YOUNG PEOPLE’S EFFORTS APPRECIATED

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YOUNG PEOPLE’S EFFORTS APPRECIATED – Chloe, centre, and Linnaya Searson received a Poppy Appreciation Award on Friday evening from Joe Mewett, the president of the local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, for their contribution. The sisters sold poppy seeds from their garden and gave the money to the Legion Poppy Fund. Mewett received a Quilt of Valour at the awards ceremony as well. The evening recognized Legion members and some of the public for their contributions.

CRISPY-COLD CONDITIONS

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CRISPY-COLD CONDITIONS – A sun dog is seen Thursday by the Yukon River in Whitehorse. The savage cold snap is scheduled to break soon.