June 6 2014 - 9:50AM Photos of the week - June 6 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - June 6 A pelican sits on a canoe at Warrnambool Lake Pertobe Reserve. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEPort Fairy SES received a donation of $10,000 from Peter Mahony, sitting on his bike next to SES member Nicholas Seekamp and Port Fairy SES controller (left) Stephen McDowell. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEDog trainers Luke Hura and Rebecca Faulkner with Ky the Mareema. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEArtist Ben Fennessy with his artwork at the Artery in Warrnambool. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTRussell Creek Football Club Auskick program held at Mack Oval. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEThe Warrnambool Clontarf academy graduate Jamie Ellis helping West Warrnambool primary school students with science and electronics - Emily Chapman, 7, Seth-Lee Rogitsch, 10, Jamie, Lacey Graham, 9, and Fernando Teggatz, 12. Picture: DAMIAN WHITESai'Quon Stone and Brenton Charles face off in Warrnambool Seahawks matchup with Warrandyte Venome at The Arc. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWDFNL: Panmure vs Merrivale at Panmure. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTRachel Peters holding a Fletcher Jones artwork and Chelsea Reis with a quilt she made for the Artery fundraiser with works made from leftover fabric from the Fletcher Jones Factory. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTNullawarre farmer Bevan Marr has Guillian-Barre Syndrome, pictured with wife Cloe Marr and 11-month-old daughter Alice Picture: DAMIAN WHITESue Balmer, 89, from Port Fairy, was 19 working in London for Naval Assists Department of War Transport in Barkly Square on D Day. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTSiblings Monique, 11, Ryleigh, 8, and Kaitlyn Brown, 5, are excited for Kirkstall's biscuit bake off. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONRDA client Bill McCullough riding Beau, RDA coach Colleen Fawkes, RDA vice president Norm Halliwell, secretary Brenda Heatherington, client Rachael Graham, watch front) RDA Pony Winkie get a feed of hay from RDA coach Sharyn van Someren and client Cherie Kearney. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEWarrnambool Deakin University celebrating 40 years. Picture: DAMIAN WHITETelstra region manager Bill Mundy with the new isolation switches that have been installed at the Warrnambool Exchange, one of 11 upgrades so far completed. Picture: ROB GUNSTONECooking up a storm yesterday were, left to right, grocery manager Matt Bellman, online manager Libby Balmer, trolley assistant Shayne Morgan, produce manager Mat Quarrell, customer service manager Merrill Starks and bakery assistant Denise Douglas. Picture: STEVE HYNESLocal artist David Higgins has finished his untitled mural in Timor Walk, part of the Laneway art project. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEWarrnambool Swimming Club members Jamin Baulch, 17, from Warrnambool, Nikki Nuske, 16, from Terang and Jason Pritchard, 14, from Warrnambool, will compete at the Warrnambool Swim Meet this weekend. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTPolice and emergency services attend a truck carrying 550 plus sheep which rolled just north of Winslow. More then 50 sheep had to be destroyed. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEArtist Freya Marriott with one of her blown glass winter series on display at Whale Bone Gallery and Winter Weekends co-ordinator Ross Morey. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTLaurence Ferrier, of Warrnambool, has been researching his family history, in particular his uncle William Ferrier and the wreck of the La Bella. Picture: ROB GUNSTONENicholas Jones from Melbourne won the Warrnambool Eisteddfod Aria finals held at Lighthouse Theatre. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool resident Harold John Hancy at his home, has recovered from a stroke. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEAlex Gleeson marks the ball at Russell Creek Football Club's Auskick program held at Mack Oval.Picture: DAMIAN WHITEAuthor Julie Stafford, formerly from Mortlake, at her book launch for The Seagull: An Unexpected Love Story. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTRedback cricketers Travis Head and Callum Ferguson are in Warrnambool, training at Rudy's Gym. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEJetty Flat Rangers (front row) Michael Romanes, Paul Doherty, Corrie Shields (back row) Victor Cameron, coach John McMillan and Steven Shields. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool Primary school students made an Aboriginal flag on the school gym floor as part of Reconciliation Week. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEBill Sinclair, aged 94, from Warrnambool has talked about his involvement with D Day. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTJordan Collins and Jonathon Malone train at East Warrnambool Football Netball Club held at Reid Oval. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTBrightbird Espresso owner Mark Brightwell is against the Commerce Warrnambool Levy. Picture: DAMIAN WHITETweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsView More Local BusinessesList Your Business Here Comments Discuss "Photos of the week - June 6" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.