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Injury turns into a blessing

On a warm summer day in early August of last year, a Fort Frances woman's life forever changed when she injured her ankle while gardening.

What seemed like a misfortune for Cathie Sinninghe actually was a blessing in disguise.

It was a short time after she was laid up with a broken ankle that she discovered a newfound passion known as “pour painting.”

St. Patrick's C.W.L. tea goes Saturday

The St. Patrick's C.W.L. in Emo will host its annual tea and bake sale this Saturday (May 12) from 1-3 p.m.

Admission is $3 at the door.

A reminder that Scott Woods will be performing at the Emo Legion tonight (May 9). He is a very talented fiddle player and always puts on an amazing show.

For tickets or more information, call the Legion at 482-2250.

New program aiming to help indigenous families

Weechi-it-te-win Family Services here is introducing a new program to provide trauma informed, culturally safe, developmental and rehabilitative support services to the district's 10 First Nation communities.

The organization is in the midst of opening an office to support the new program, located upstairs at the Nexus Credit Union building (601 Mowat Ave).

Firefly seeking board members

Firefly, a children's health and family wellness organization, currently is looking for more board members in the Fort Frances area.

Those passionate about children and their well-being, who feel they would be an asset to Firefly's board of directors, are being asked to apply.

“Our board members have a strong interest in children services,” said Firefly CEO Karen Ingebrigtson.