Families and individuals of all ages attended the community Christmas dinner at Knox United Church. Here, Marlon, Camille and Katrina Hagarty enjoyed a dessert. In addition to food and camaraderie, dinner guests were treated to a performance of the Christmas cantata, “Good News from Home,” thanks to Diane Maxey and a dozen or so of the Fort Frances Choraliers.
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Rainycrest resident Verenia Zucchiatti, front row left, joined Rainycrest Auxiliary president June Caul, resident May Matheson, activity worker Elizabeth Logue, and resident Robert Bliss, as well as auxiliary vice-president Diane Maxey, Riverside Foundation director Allison Cox, auxiliary member Laurie Hogan, auxiliary treasurer Sheila McMillen, and Foundation chair Bill Gushulak, in celebratin
Allison Cox, director of the Riverside Foundation for Health Care, was getting settled into her new office last Wednesday in the lobby at La Verendrye General Hospital where the registration desk used to be.
People from near and far attended the 31st-annual community Christmas dinner at Knox United Church here Tuesday afternoon. Above, Emilia Suminska, hailing from Warsaw, Poland, and Mike Kempf, originally from Fort Frances but now living in Finland, joined Kempf's mother, Bernice, for a delicious meal.
Members of the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club packed hampers last Thursday at the local Salvation Army office for the “Adopt-a-Family" program. This year, the club "adopted” 10 families that each received $150 in gifts and $100 in groceries for Christmas. The program has ran annually here for more than 10 years.
Lakers' fans hit the rink Thursday for a “Fan Appreciation Skate” with the team at the Ice For Kids Arena. The event was free to attend and the Lakers' way of giving back to the fans who continue to support them year-round. Those who came out received complimentary refreshments, donated by Integral Hockey Stick Repair, Wasaw Foods, and Sysco Foods.
People from near and far attended the 31st-annual community Christmas dinner at Knox United Church on Tuesday afternoon. Here, Emilia Suminska, hailing from Warsaw, Poland, and Mike Kempf, originally from Fort Frances but now living in Finland, joined Kempf's mother, Bernice, for a delicious meal.
Lakers' forward Noah Loveday lunged for the puck as the Thief River Falls Norskies regained possession during Friday night's game at the Ice For Kids Arena here. The Norskies prevailed 3-1 in the Lakers' final game before the SIJHL holiday break.
Times' editor Mike Behan gave a thumb's up as he settled in to spend the night on the 200 block of Scott Street in early October as part of the “Longest Night of the Year" initiative in support of the opening of a temporary pop-up shelter here to help address the homelessness siutation here.
Randi Roth of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. #29 Colour Guard checked out the “Indigenous Veterans of Treaty No. 3” exhibit which opened in mid-November at the Fort Frances Museum & Cultural Centre. The exhibit eventually may become a travelling one for other museums in the district to access.