Youth who are interested in developing a business of their own are encouraged to sign up for the “Head Start in Business” Youth Enterprise Day Camp that's coming to Fort Frances next week (July 22-26).
The camp is for children ages nine-13 and is being held at the Northern Community Development Services (NCDS) building (304 Scott St.).
The five-day camp teaches participants about what it means to be an entrepreneur and how to turn their business ideas into a reality.
The Borderland Soccer League women's division saw its first draw of the season on Tuesday night.
Neither Al's Racquet Stringing nor La Place Rendez-Vous could get the better of each other as the game ended with a 3-3 score.
Ryndi Veldhuisen scored twice while Courtney Buckshot also bulged the twine for Al's (1-5-1).
Rochelle Douglas, Chloe Kliner, and Claire Hyatt all tallied for the Vous (5-1-1).
Phyllis Pierson stood tall in net for Al's.