Crews cut down and removed trees from the 200 block of Scott Street yesterday, with the block again closed to traffic today to allow the work to be completed. The trees are being removed in anticipation of the installation of a new sidewalk starting Monday. The sidewalk will match the work done recently outside the Civic Centre.
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Delane Servis of International Falls showed off his 1935 Chevrolet Standard at the Sorting Gap Marina car show Thursday afternoon held in conjunction with the visit by the “Canadian Coasters” as part of their 50th-anniversary cross-Canada tour.
Brianna Eldridge and Dave Miller duelled to The Tubes' “She's a Beauty" on Friday night under the big tent at the Sorting Gap Marina during the "Battle Song" finale for this year's "Quest for the Best.” Eldridge ultimately won over the judges—taking home the top prize of the night.
A passion for cars and a sense of community is what fuels the “Canadian Coasters.”
With campers in tow, they cruised into town last Wednesday and stayed until Friday to celebrate their coast-to-coast tour.
And they had no problem settling in with the residents of Fort Frances and enjoying all the town has to offer.
Brianna Eldridge's voice truly is “one in a million.”
Her sultry vocals swooned the judges Friday night first during her rendition of Alannah Myles' “Black Velvet" at the annual "Quest for the Best” singing competition held under the big tent at the Sorting Gap Marina in conjunction with the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship.
Workers continued to prep the sidewalk along the 200 block of Scott Street this morning for their replacement. Trees along the block also will begin being removed tomorrow.
Brianna Eldridge first swooned the judges with her bluesy rendition of Alannah Myle's “Black Velvet," then topped fellow competitor Dave Miller when the two faced off to The Tube's "She's a Beauty" in the final "Battle Song" to earn top spot at this year's "Quest for the Best” singing competition Friday night under the big tent at the Sorting Gap Marina.
“Canadian Coaster” Norm Mulloy posed beside his wife’s 1934 Desoto Airflow at the car show held by the Sorting Gap Marina yesterday afternoon. The “Coaster” explained this is an unusual car because it was a revolutionary design during the 1930s. The Mulloys are from southern Ontario and this is their first time in Fort Frances, which they’ve enjoyed so far despite the pesky mosquitoes.
“Canadian Coaster" Norm Mulloy posed beside his wife's 1934 Desoto Airflow at the car show held by the Sorting Gap Marina yesterday afternoon. The "Coaster” explained this is an unusual car because it was a revolutionary design during the 1930s. The Mulloys are from southern Ontario and this is their first time in Fort Frances, which they've enjoyed so far despite the pesky mosquitoes.
Carl Murray of New Brunswick was one of the many “Canadian Coasters" who cruised into Fort Frances yesterday. Once he arrived, he parked his 1958 Austin Cambridge pickup, with its matching boler, to participate in the annual "Scott Street Show 'n Shine" organized by the local International Early Iron Car Club.