Folks involved with the breakfast program pose for a photo during a delivery by McCain Friday afternoon. (left to right) resource teacher Darren Reichert, educational assistant Conrad Gabriel, outreach facilitator Michelle MacIvor, human resources manager at McCain Lindsay Kilcup, and Plant Manager Dean Melnic. (Aaron Wilgosh/The Graphic)

A student's most important meal

The breakfast program has spread to a fourth school in Portage la Prairie as students are now enjoying breakfast five days a week at Portage Collegiat

Portage’s Youth for Christ chapter, located on Tupper St. N, received a boost of $5,000 from local business Burbank Express recently to help with programs offered at the organization. (Aaron Wilgosh/The Graphic)

YFC Portage gets $5K boost

As a result of the federal governments Canada Summer Jobs attestation Portage la Prairie’s Youth for Christ missed out on funding opportunities. The P

Morgan Parynuik going down to block a ring during the bronze medal match with the Eastman Flames. She won a bronze medal with the club in her final year of eligibility for the U-19 Winnipeg Ringette League. (Supplied)

A bronze to end it

Winning a bronze medal to finish off her final year with her club isn’t a bad way to say goodbye.

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