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Map stamped

Francis Logue got some candy, a stamp on a map, and a toothbrush from Richard Boileau at McTaggart's on Saturday during the Easter “Egg-Stravaganza.” The map could be stamped at each participating business and then entered into a draw at the Rainy Lake Square. Boileau said all three of the dental offices in town donated toothbrushes for the event.

CBSA 'bunny'

Chase Ableman posed with Buddy, the CBSA Easter “Bunny" at the Easter "Egg-Stravaganza” in downtown Fort Frances on Saturday. Buddy and a few other more traditional Easter mascots were out for the event.

Owl badminton

Madison Kreger, left, took an overhead swing at the birdie as her Owl teammate Tala Quran watched intently during the NorWOSSA finals last Wednesday in Dryden. The RRHS duo won the silver medal with four wins and one loss.

Blues Twitter

Ash Gibbs, centre, was the only Blues fan in a sea of Jets lovers in this now-famous photo from Game 5 of that series. —Screen capture from St. Louis Blues Twitter account

Booth team pic

Jamie Booth, right, is pictured here with the Emo Express PeeWee Green team, including co-coach, Andy McCormick, left, who nominated Booth to be Hockey Northwestern Ontario's Coach of the Year.

Blast from the past

Judy Kielczewski, centre, recently won first place at the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild's annual convention in London Ont. with this elabourate hooked piece based on a vintage photo of young hockey players getting ready to play some shinny.

Gymnastics bottle drive

Jan Abbott steadied a garbage bag of empty cans in the back of the vehicle being used by the Rainy Lake Gymnastics Academy as part of their bottle drive fundraiser on Saturday. The group raised $406 between the drop-off location in the Memorial Sports Centre parking lot and a group that drove around town to people who wished to donate their empties.

Climate change in focus

Museum curator Sherry George straightened a panel which is part of the new exhibit about climate change, “Taking Back our Natural World,” yesterday at the Fort Frances Museum. An opening reception for the exhibit will be held there tomorrow (April 24) from 4-6 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Everyone welcome. The exhibit runs through June 22.