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The Muskie girls' rink, including Ashley Payne, left, Katrina Slomke, Andrea Schram, and Tory Beaudry, recorded a rare eight-ender during regular Thursday Night Ladies play last week. Congrats, ladies, and wishing you more as you get ready for the OFSAA championships to be held here in March!

Play rehearsal

Joan Christensen, who plays the society page editor, rehearsed her lines for the upcoming stage production of “It Can't Happen Here,” a 1935 novel by Minnesota-born novelist Sinclair Lewis, presented by the Borealis Bards in collaboration with Icebox Radio Theatre.

Default play rehearsal

Joan Christensen, who plays the society page editor, rehearsed her lines for the upcoming stage production of “It Can't Happen Here,” a 1935 novel by Minnesota-born novelist Sinclair Lewis, presented by the Borealis Bards in collaboration with Icebox Radio Theatre.

Pinned down

Hudson Mann had his opponent in a world of difficulty during one of his recent matches. The Fort native, who is in Grade 7, wrestled up in the Grade 8 division but snagged a third-place finish at the North Shore Classic on Feb. 3 in Proctor, Mn. He then followed that up by claiming first place at the Jaycee Open the following day in Fertile.

Volunteer lunch

A free lunch for all community volunteers, hosted by the Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau and Judy Kielczewski, was held Saturday at the old CN station. More than 80 volunteers dropped by from noon-2 p.m. to have a meal consisting of sloppy joes, coleslaw, potato chips, and dessert.

Library award

Tourism, Culture and Sport minister Daiene Varnile, left, congratulated Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre CEO Caroline Goulding, Atikokan town councillor and library board member Mary Makarenko, local librarian Nadine Mutz, Atikokan Public Library CEO Tracey Sinclair, and Fort Frances Public Library board chair Andrew Hallikas on receiving the Minister's Award for Innovation—Small L