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Bunker blast

Jordan Sinclair chipped his ball out of the sand bunker after it drove left of the green on the 11th hole, during Heron Landing’s Men’s Open on Saturday. —Amanda Roy photo

Survivors’ lap

Penny Logan, second from right, and Pam Hawley were among the participants in the “Survivors’ Lap” Friday evening at “Relay for Life.” —Amanda Roy photo

Proud moment

Fort Frances High School principal Gord McCabe presented Christopher Leek with his diploma during commencement exercises at the Memorial Sports Centre on Thursday night. Some 150 grads celebrated receiving their diplomas. —Melanie Béchard photo

Emergency preparation

Dan McCormick, health services manager for the Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board, recommended to council the Memorial Sports Centre as the site for a new public access defribillator at last night’s meeting at the Civic Centre. The defribillator is one of five donated to the district by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

Road work

A crew from Bay City Contractors Inc dug away at the 100 block of Scott Street yesterday evening as they continue a major sewer and water rehabilitation project that will run through the summer. Scott Street—from Mowat to Central—will be closed for repairs until mid-July, after which time they’ll start working on Central Avenue.

Bowling party

Daniel Nussbaumer smiled proudly as Miss Fun in the Sun contestant, Sydney Boustead, fastened a pin on his shirt, during the Fort Frances Community Living's bowling party Sunday afternoon. All five FITS contestants, Rachel Dutton, Holly Strain, Danielle Payne, Paula Vangel, and First Princess Liz Black helped out with activities. -Amanda Roy photo

Infestation suppression

M-18A Dromader planes at Dryden Airport prepared to spray an insecticide to suppress a jack pine budworm infestation in Dryden area forests earlier this month. The Ministry o Natural Resources conducted aerial spraying during the first two weeks of June to suppress a jack pine budworm infestation in regional forests.

Putting Pressure

Jeff Wright tried to sink a long putt on the 11th hole during the Heron Landing's Men's Open Saturday morning. The annual tournament wrapped up Sunday with Andrew Easton finishing first overall, tallying a score of 174 over two-days. -Amanda Roy photo