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Humourous skit

Pam Bujold, Trudy Badiuk, Sherri Byma, Neila Booth, Becky Chabot, Robin McCormick, and Freeda Carmody staged a skit to remind those who attended last Wednesday’s 50+ seniors’ expo in Emo that the best way to handle the difficulties of aging is to maintain a healthy sense of humour. See story B5.

Second-annual harvest dinner all ready to go

Rainy River District’s second-annual harvest dinner will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Devlin Hall. Todd Moxham of CATER 2 U, a locally-owned cooking and catering company, will be this year’s chef.

The main entrée will be none other than the 4-H grand champion market steer raised by Kerry Hyatt. The beef not used for the meal will be auctioned off by Telford Advent.

Second-annual harvest dinner all ready to go

The second-annual Rainy River District Harvest Dinner is set to go Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Devlin Hall.

A fantastic menu of local foods has been created by Todd Moxham of “CATER 2 U,” a locally-owned cooking and catering company.

All five courses, from the appetizers to the dessert, will be made with products grown or raised right here in Rainy River District.

Top citizen

Mary Gavin, Emo’s Senior Citizen of the Year, accepted a certificate from Deputy Mayor Gerd O’Sullivan at a reception in her honour Monday at the Golden Age Manor. Friends, relatives, and members of the community gathered to congratulate her—and share in some cake and ice cream.