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Helping the cause

Students and staff enjoyed a pizza lunch for a good cause Friday at Fort Frances High School. Along with a raffle, pizza lunches were held Thursday and Friday to raise money for FFHS student Chase Copenace, diagnosed with a terminal stage 4 gliosarcoma brain tumour, so he can do some things he's always wanted to do.

Auxiliary smocks

Members of the Emo Hospital Auxiliary volunteers in the Emo Hospital cafeteria displayed their new smocks the auxiliary purchased. They give a big thank you to Cindy Judson at the Thread Shed, who generously volunteered to embroider the auxiliary's logo onto the smocks.

Walleye winner

Chandler Pollard captured first place in the walleye division with a 6.75-pound lunker during the fourth-annual John Gibbins Memorial Family Day Fish Derby held Monday from the government dock in Morson. Vernon Cockle topped the northern division (5.80 pounds) while Karmel Gibbins was the kids' division winner (4.20 pounds).

Eight

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.