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Muskies in Dryden

The Muskie boys' hockey team has been nothing short of impressive to start the NorWOSSA regular season and they showed that they truly are No. 1 as they posed with the championship trophy on Saturday after going a perfect 4-0 at the Dryden Eagles' annual two-day home tournament.

Enbridge cheque

Emo CAO Bridget Foster, left, Emo Station chief Rick Vanderaa, Emo Station firefighter James Klug, Enbridge Gas Inc. field supervisor Duane Harris, fire chief Joshua Colling, fire protection advisor Larry Lundy of the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, and Mayor Harold McQuaker recently got together for the presentation of the generous donation from Enbridge.

Cardboard boat

Grade 7 students Graeme Coats, front, Carson Saunders, Brighton Pollard and Kassidy Gurniak made up one of the two teams from Fort Frances High School that took part in the cardboard boat races in Dryden on Friday.

Runner duo

Montana Plasky, left, and Greta Fedoruk were among the 19 Muskie runners who qualified for the all-Ontarios this Saturday in Sudbury after putting in a great performance at the NWOSSAA championships last Wednesday in Thunder Bay. Plasky snared bronze in the junior girls' division while Fedoruk cruised to gold among the seniors.

Muskie runner

Alexia Gate cruised her way to a silver-medal finish at the annual Hial Pike races held in International Falls last Tuesday. The Muskie runner wound up clocking in with a time of 14:45.40 in the junior varsity girls' division as part of an impressive showing by Fort High's cross-country team.

Generous donation

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Bargain Shop staff member Patrick Gallow, left, and Charlene Smith, second from right, joined Jill Pernsky and Dan Smith from the Salvation Army in rounding up the generous donations which came in during the Bargain Shop's annual food drive. The campaign ran from Sept. 29-Oct. 10.