The next Men’s Fellowship Breakfast will be held this Saturday (Oct. 20) at 8 a.m. at the Emo Legion.
Come for a delicious breakfast while enjoying fellowship with old and new friends.
Marcel Chenier, pastor at the New Beginnings Fellowship in Fort Frances, will be the guest speaker.
Men and boys of all ages are welcome, with the cost being $12/person.
For more information, call Larry 482-3104.
The Emo and District Hospital Auxiliary held a very successful tea and bazaar.
Heidi Bolen Kreger won the door prize donated by Cloverleaf Grocery while Grace Silander won the draw for two sofa tables handcrafted and donated by Mel Jack.
The auxiliary is grateful for the donations from businesses and individuals, and wishes to thank all those groups and individuals who helped out in so many ways to support the Emo Health Center.
The next “Country Jam” will be held this Friday (Oct. 19) at the Emo Legion, starting around 7 p.m.
New musicians are welcome (just bring your own equipment, including extension cords).
If you enjoy old-time country music, plan on attending. Admission is just $2.
The bar will be open and the kitchen staff will be glad to prepare a snack for a nominal fee.
Notice to all water customers in Emo. Effective Oct. 16, the Water and Sewer Operations Department will be carrying out valve turning and watermain flushing of the hydrants throughout the distribution system until Nov. 1.
In the event of discoloration of the water supply, cold water taps should be turned on until the water runs clear.
Residents are asked to refrain from any activities involving the use of water (i.e., washing clothes) when this condition exists.
Should you have any questions regarding these operations, call the Emo municipal office at 482-2378.
Have you ever considered joining Lions Clubs International? As a Lions Club member, you’ll join a local group of service-minded men and women who volunteer to support your community every day.
You’ll also become a member of Lions Clubs International—a respected international organization, a leader in your local community, and a friend to people in need.
Lions Clubs International offers community members the opportunity to volunteer locally together as a group. They are expected to meet membership requirements, such as dues set by the club and LCI.
Take the first step toward membership today. Contact a local club and ask to be invited to a meeting.