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Medals of Remembrance

Veterans Mr and Mrs Boileau spoke to Mrs MacKinnon’s senior kindergarten class after this morning’s Remembrance Day assembly at JW Walker School. Mr Boileau told the youngsters about the medals he earned. –Heather Ogilvie photo

Looking to pass

The Muskie junior girls’ basketball team battled the Dryden Eagles hard here Tuesday afternoon in their last attempt at a victory before the playoffs. While they ended up losing 34-17, the junior squad, along with the senior girls, are heading to the NorWOSSA playoffs in Dryden on Thursday. —Jenni Condon photo

Honouring the past

Doug Cuthbertson held the medals of his father, Edwin Fraser Cuthbertson, as well as his certificate of service mounted and framed yesterday. The item is part of a Remembrance Day display in the window of Northwoods Gallery and Gifts on Scott Street. Cuthbertson’s father was a gunner in WW II.

—Melanie Béchard photo

Musical fun

The stage was alive with dozens of Fort High students as the chorus danced and sang to the Beatles’ “Lovely Rita Meter Maid” during the opening night of “What’s In a Name?” on Wednesday. The annual revue ran through to Friday, with two-thirds to nearly all the seats at the Townshend Theatre filled each night. —Duane Hicks photo

Football

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Shot reaction

Sydney Stanley, eight, felt a little sting as she got her shot from public health nurse Tracey Rea last Thursday during the Northwestern Health Unit’s influenza immunization clinic at Robert Moore School. Around 350 people came out for the clinic. The next public clinic here will be tomorrow from 3:30-7 p.m. at St. Michael’s School. —Duane Hicks photo

Football

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