We all know we have a lot of dynamic seniors on our rural area.
Well, there was proof again this past weekend that is a true statement.
Norbert Bragg, who turned 85 on Friday (Jan. 19), was honoured with a come-and-go birthday party at the Devlin Hall on Sunday afternoon, which was extremely well-attended by family and friends.
He still continues to be “out and about,” enjoying conversations with people from across the entire district.
May you enjoy many more years of vibrant life!
As well, Freeda Carmody, at 80 years young, was honoured for being the oldest competitor in the annual “Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run" held Saturday in International Falls in conjunction with "Icebox Days.”
Congratulations on this achievement, Freeda. We're proud of you!
Congratulations to Jeremy and Gaby Nussbaumer on the birth of Ania, a little sister for brothers Rafael and Malikah.
A reminder that the next “Country Jam” at the Emo Legion will be held Friday, Feb. 16.
The music starts at 7 p.m.
And don't forget that “Radio Bingo,” a fundraiser for Fort Frances girls' hockey, is played every Monday at 7 p.m. on B93 The Border.
A total of $2,500 in prizes is up for grabs each week.
Bingo cards are available at Cloverleaf in Emo for $10 each.
Imagine if a clothing company had a policy to replace anything you outgrow before you wore it out.