Margaret King, right, filled a bag with milkweed seeds while chatting with Rainy River District Stewardship (RRDS) vice-chair Tony Elders outside the Fort Frances Public Library last Thursday. RRDS was holding its annual tree sale, where the public could pick up a bundle of 20 white spruce or red pine seedlings for $5, or five bur oak seedlings for $10.
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Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) chair Deb Ewald, left, paramedics Steven Youden and Robert Altbauer, and RRDSSAB CAO Dan McCormick smiled for the camera during the RRDSSAB annual general meeting at the Copper River Inn last Thursday.
Fort Frances Power Corp. lineman Chris Faragher demonstrated his climbing gear to the students in Mme. Jean, Mme. Ableman and Mr. Cousineau's Kindergarten classes at St. Michael's School on Friday. Mme. Jean and Mme.
Award-winning Elvis Presley tribute artist Daylin James sang classic Elvis hits to a packed Rainy Lake Square on Thursday evening. His performance kicked off the 2019 Rainy Lake Concert Series. The free-to-attend show was sponsored by Tbaytel. The next outdoor concert at the square will feature Rae Spoon on June 6 at 6 p.m. It is being hosted by Borderland Pride.
Volunteers worked to serve up walleye and smoked sturgeon to a line of hungry people at the Rainy River First Nations' annual Manitou fish fry on Friday afternoon. RRFN Chief Robin McGinnis said that around 1,000 people attended the event this year to celebrate the First Nations' treaty rights and spend time with the community.
Adrian Chapman, left, Tyler Ruppenstein, Susan Bodnarchuk, Lori Shoemaker, and Jean Dick of the Holmlund Financial Team shared some smiles on Thursday in-between serving clients. The Holmlund Financial team welcomed Chapman and Ruppenstein aboard in late April.
Harold Ogier, left, Jerry Zub and Sonja Arch took a moment to have their picture taken at the photo booth put up by Community Living Fort Frances and District for their 60th anniversary dinner at La Place Rendez-Vous here Thursday evening.
Fort Frances mayor June Caul, left, Alberton reeve Mike Ford and Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford pose for a photo after Rickford's funding announcement at the Fort Frances Tourism Centre on Friday. Both Fort Frances and Alberton will be receiving funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure program for crucial reconstruction and repair work.
Sarrinna Thomopolous was ready to ride Sawyer the miniature horse off into the sunset as Shelby Kellar held his lead rope at the Public Farm event held at The Spry Farm in Devlin on Saturday. A cold northeastern wind didn't keep families from making the drive to spend time with the animals on the farm, which, in addition to miniature horses, includes goats, pigs and chickens.
Aaron Mishibinijima, left, received his certificate for five years of service with Community Living Fort Frances and District (CLFFD) from Denise Bliss, CLFFD president Julie Crichton and CLFFD CEO Alanna Barr during their 60th anniversary dinner at La Place Rendez-Vous on Thursday.