Cleo Reynolds, led by her mother, Shari, competed in this year's “Pole Bending" competition during the horse show. Despite the heat, "Zack” was calm and collected throughout the afternoon's events. All the young people who competed were rewarded with applause from those on hand.
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Vaughn Wilson, one of this year's rookie loggers, and his sister, Sis McCormick, took part in this year's “Jack and Jill” cross-cut saw competition when females from the crowd are invited to come down to compete with one of the loggers. There were several women willing to test their skills this year.
The “Lions Legacy Golf Tournament,” being organized by the Lions Clubs of Rainy River District and set for this Saturday (July 29) at Kitchen Creek, has been postponed.
Lions around the world are celebrating their 100-year anniversary and this tournament was to be the local clubs' contribution to the celebrations.
A reminder the Nevin Bonot Memorial golf tournament will take place this Saturday (July 22).
To register your team, call the Emo Legion (482-2250) on Monday to Saturday from 3-6 p.m.
Watch for posters or check out the Legion's Facebook page for more information.
For those who love golfing, or for anyone who just wants to have a good time, the Lions clubs of Rainy River District will be holding their “Lions Legacy Golf Tournament” on Saturday, July 29 beginning at 9 a.m. at Kitchen Creek.
Lions around the world are celebrating their 100th anniversary and this tournament is the local clubs' contribution to the celebrations.
The Emo and District Lions Club officially opened its observation deck at the west end of Emo. District Governor Mel Milender had the honour of cutting the ribbon as Kent Ogden, left, club president Jodi Pellerin, and club treasurer Jason Lilley were among those looking on. The benches are in place so be sure drop by to enjoy the view and visit with friends.
Emo's “Canada 150” committee has some fantastic activities planned for July 1.
A pancake breakfast will be held from 8-11 a.m. on Saturday at the Christian Reformed Church.
Admission is free but those attending are invited to make a free-will donation to the Emo food bank.
The Emo and District Hospital Auxiliary wishes to thank individuals, groups, and businesses for their overwhelming response to their special project in regards to the renovations to the Emo clinic.
The pledge goal has been met and surpassed, with funds to be directed towards the needs of the main floor of the Emo Health Centre.