Misty River Alternatives, the health food and supplement store in Emo, has relocated from its Front Street store to the former Hair and Body Care Shoppe on Highway 11/71 at the west end of the village. Owners Mary and Naomi Martin will be carrying a number of new products so be sure to stop in at their new location.
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Above, Carole and Dr. Mackintosh provided an entertaining recitation of Burns’ famous “Ode to the Haggis” at the Emo and District Lions’ third-annual Robbie Burns Supper at the Emo Legion on Saturday. Then, at right, Piper Rob Blakely demonstrated the use of the ancient kilt.
A huge thank-you goes out to Ken Fisher for taking a busload of interested folks on the annual “Holiday Lights Tour” of Emo last Thursday.
About 25 people joined in on the tour.
Ken has done this for several years and his time is so appreciated.
Gail Govier’s name was drawn, giving her a small prize for having her home decorated for the season.
Rainy River Resources held an open house at the Emo Legion last Thursday, which included information about the studies the company has done, the various steps in the procedure of exploring, and its plans for the coming years. Staff also were available to answer questions and discuss the future of mining in the area.
A large number of family and friends of Emo-Devlin-Barwick Minor Hockey Association players and the general public attended the unveiling of the league’s new name and logo Sunday afternoon at the Emo-La Vallee Arena.
The “Emo Express” began with the vision of having all of the EDBMHA teams having the same name and wearing the same jersey.
The Emo & District Hospital Auxiliary would like to thank everyone who donated, worked, or helped in any way to make their fall tea and bazaar a great success.
They were able to raise just over $3,000.
Work is progressing on the Sturgeon Creek Alternative School’s new building in Emo. Pipes are being laid and the foundation is being readied for pouring sometime soon. A completion date is unknown at this time.
Emo council is hoping to encourage people to recycle, and eliminate the abundance of plastic shopping bags at the local landfill site, by providing residents with reusable shopping bags.
Stop in at the Emo municipal office to pick up your free reusable bag (one per household).
With 10 albums and over 30 years performing his songs across Canada and the UK, award-winning singer-songwriter Rodney Brown remains committed to his Northwestern Ontario (and Rainy River District) roots and is currently getting ready to release his new CD, “Songs of Fort William.”
The “Meals on Wheels” program in Emo provides a service for those who are aged 60 and older to receive a nutritional and balanced meal once a day, Monday to Friday.
The meals are prepared at the Emo Health Centre and delivered to homes in Emo between 11:30 a.m. and noon.
Each customer specifies how many meals a week they want.