Christine Borden congratulated Jennifer Friday on her successful completion of the Azhemiinagoziwin Program during the Seven Generation Education Institute’s annual graduation ceremony held June 18.
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Mike Taschuk held up the 50-pound musky he caught on Red Gut Bay last fall. Taschuk, who hails from New Brighton, Mn., recently had a replica of the fish made, which he now displays at his summer residence at Bear’s Pass.
La Place Rendez-Vous was a busy place Tuesday evening as more than 70 residents from Rainycrest were treated to a dinner out courtesy of the Rainycrest Auxiliary. Pictured here are auxiliary members Renée McDonald, left, and June Keddie, far right, with resident Mildred Brockie. Residents chose from a varied menu and a delicious dessert to top it off.
Everyone broke out their Easter Bunny ears yesterday at the Fort Frances Public Library when singer-guitarist John Reader stopped by to entertain the kids and parents during “Storytime.”
Ninth-grader Bryce Knapp helped clear the soccer field of snow along with the rest of the Muskie boys’ soccer team hopefuls earlier this week. The squad hoped to hold its first outdoor practice this afternoon on the freshly-shovelled field.
Members of the 4-H Bread Busters Club enjoyed their recent behind-the-scenes tour of Safeway’s bakery by Victor Sousa.
Nicole Blakeney (left) and Kari Brigham hammed it up during the annual ladies’ bonspiel in Rainy River on the weekend. The theme this year was “Mexican Fiesta,” with 10 teams participating in a fun-filled weekend.
Members of OPSEU Local 735 braved the blustery weather yesterday to undertake a leaflet blitz and spread the word about their “Equal Pay for Equal Work” campaign.
Hunter Ottoson showed the cigarette butts he picked up last Wednesday during J.W. Walker School’s “Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up.” About 40 students from Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Easton’s Grade 2 and 3 classes, along with 10 adults, cleaned the upper Rainy River shoreline from La Verendrye Hospital to La Place Rendez-Vous.