New WCA Member Discounts are Available! Click for more information

Posted on: August 24, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

The August 18th Falcon Lake Show and Shine and Benefit for the St. Amant Centre was held from 10am to 2pm and featured classic vehicles owned by Whiteshell cottage owners and merchants

The street was lined by classic vehicles with a lemonade stand in the middle of the left side.

Lemonade Stand raising monies for the St. Amant Centre with the Falcon Lake Shell Station owner’s wife, daughter Emmersyn daMata (on the right) and neice, Hailee Marshall (on the left) selling lemonade to event visitors.

On display was a classic 1963 farm tractor formerly used by the University of Manitoba. On the tractor is Jude Smith with a sign promoting fundraising for the St. Amant Center in the background.