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Caul repeats as top logger

This year’s logging competition at the Emo Fair probably was the most competitive in recent history.

Eleven Northwestern Ontario loggers were on hand for the annual event, which was held Friday morning, to display their skills and vie for the coveted title of “Champion Logger” for 2012.

First Emo vet to share stories

Dr. Lloyd Wieringa is in town for the wedding of Kelsey McLean and Richie Wieringa.

He started the first veterinarian practice in Emo many years ago, and is planning to talk about some of his earlier days this Friday (Aug. 24) at 7:30 p.m. at the Millennium Hall in Stratton.

The public is invited to attend the presentation, meet Dr. Wieringa, and share some stories.

Lots for kids to do in Emo

Attention kids in the Emo area!

The recreation committee once again is offering a wide variety of daytime activities weekdays from 2-4 p.m. for ages four and up.

On Mondays, youngsters are invited to take part in a soccer program at the Emo Sports Field. On Tuesdays, on the same field, the summer program workers will be introducing golf and other games.

African dance

Young people from the “Mully Children’s Family” were on hand at the Emo Legion on Sunday evening to entertain and educate a large audience with their music, acrobatics, and testimonies.