Martensville Messenger June 16, 2016 - Page 7

Beat the Summer Heat With a Treat From Allison’s Scoop Ice Cream Marcy Cross, Martensville Messenger Martensville residents Anna Liza and Lewis Schoenheer set up their ice cream truck in the Canadian Tire parking lot for the very first time Saturday, June 11th. “We named the truck after our 2 year old daughter. This is a brand new family business. We’ll be setting up in Saskatoon at different events but we plan to be mostly in Martensville. We’re starting off with four flavors of soft serve. The flavor burst machine combines the flavors any way you want. We have ABOVE: Lewis and Anna Liza Schoenheer of Allison’s Scoop Ice Cream. martensville messenger - june 16, 2016 - Page 7 strawberry, Blue Goo which is cotton candy, maple, and chocolate. We have the Kugel donut cone. We are a nut free truck, and our hard ice cream is certified nut free. Our donut cone and our taco are both gluten free.” Allison’s Scoop also features waffle cones along with ice cream mini tacos and a white chocolate melt-away. To keep up with the ice cream truck you can find them on Facebook at www. ABOVE: Allison’s Scoop Ice Cream is the first ice cream truck in Saskatchewan to bring in the famous donut cone. Results from Provincial Track & Field June 3 & 4 in Regina ABOVE: Brooklyn Rowley with her relay team. Congratulations to our 10 track & field provincial participants for helping the Central Valley Athletic Conference to a 4th place finish this past weekend in Regina. You represented your school very well. Almost all of our students had personal best performances and / or top eight finishes in their events. Drew Johnston shaved over a full minute off his 3000 m race, Logan Heck cut 14 seconds off his 1500 m race. Morgan Fournier ran a personal best in his 100 m quad, Dylan Gutek had a personal best in his quad shot put, Danielle Bertoncini placed 16th in Discus, Jodi Bouvier finished 12th in shot Put, Story Navrot ended up 5th in High Jump, Kayla O'Soup set a new personal best in Shot Put and placed 4th overall, Sydney Rowley had the 3rd fastest qualifying time in hurdles, and Brooklyn Rowley placed 6th in the hurdles final and won a silver medal in the Midget girls 4 x 100 m relay. Wyant Group Raceway Races for the Cure The Wyant Group Raceway (formerly Auto Clearing Motor Speedway) will be holding their annual Race for the Cure event on June 25th. Divisions competing in this event will be Sportsman, Street Stock and Mini Stock. According to the Canadian Cancer Society website, “money raised from this event helps the Society fund leading-edge cancer research, advocate for healthy public policies, offer vital community-based support services for people living with cancer and their families, and provide reliable and up-todate information on cancer, risk reduction and treatment.”