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RRFDC pleads to keep town on board

The chairman of the Rainy River Future Development Corp. made it clear to councillors he wants to see Fort Frances back on board for the upcoming fiscal year, which starts next month.

“We need your support, as well as all the communities in the district, if we’re going to do the best for the Rainy River Valley,” Bruce Holmlund stressed at Monday’s committee of the whole meeting.

Boat safety course offered here

All eight people attending the first “Boat Safe” course offered here received a passing mark of 75 percent or better last week.

The eight-hour course, held over two nights at Confederation College, lectured—and later tested—the participants on how to become safer boaters.

The cost for the course was $79.95.

Millennium parties filling up

Area residents still pondering whether to take in a New Year’s Eve millennium party at a local restaurant or bar had best make up their mind soon as most are filling up fast with reservations.

La Flambeé is filled to capacity for its New Year’s Eve extravaganza, with the first seating at 5 p.m.