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A real character

Wendy Judson took the stage at the “Luncheon of Hope” on Saturday as Bridget O’Reilly, a fictional nurse from Ireland working at La Verendrye Hospital. Judson had the audience roaring with laughter with her Irish brogue and her story of a woman who overcomes breast cancer with the support of her family and friends.

—Melanie Béchard photo

Football

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Walking

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Fall fitness walk

Kathy Mueller, right, her daughter Nicole Mueller, and Jean Bujold were among the 20-plus people who participated in the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club’s fall fitness trail tour yesterday afternoon. The inaugural event took place on the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club trails, located off Rocky Inlet Road. —Duane Hicks photo

Talking child care

“Best Start” coordinator Jeannette Cawston explained rationale and strategies behind the new provincial initiative, which aims to support children and their families in the early years of development, during a public consultation last night at Robert Moore School.

Lending a hand

Bailey Vollom, nine, got a helping hand from her coach, Mirela Bica, at the Fort Frances Gymnastics Academy last Thursday night while Hailey Boustead, eight, waited for her turn.

—Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo