The next men's fellowship breakfast will be held this Saturday (Jan. 20) at 8 a.m. at the Emo Legion.
Come for a delicious breakfast while enjoying fellowship with old and new friends.
Charles Friesen from Emo will be the guest speaker.
Men and boys of all ages are welcome, with the cost being $12/person.
For more information, call Larry at 482-3104.
January's “Country Jam,” despite the frigid weather, was well-attended by an enthusiastic crowd of old-time country music lovers.
The small group of musicians worked hard for nearly three hours to provide those on hand Friday night with their favourite tunes.
Any musicians wishing to join in on the next “jam” are encouraged to bring their equipment to the Emo Legion on Feb. 16.
The music starts around 7 p.m. so plan on arriving early.
Shake those winter blues by playing “Radio Bingo,” which features a total of $2,500 in prizes.
Here in Emo, you can buy 6-Ups for $10 at Cloverleaf Grocery.
Support the Fort Frances Girls' Hockey by tuning in each Monday at 7 p.m. only on B93 The Border.
Have you always wanted to learn a new language? Try Mango Languages-log in with your library card.
The Emo Public Library now is offering online language courses. You can use the computers at the library or log on from your home computer.
Simply go to http://emo.ca/emo-public-library and click on Mango Languages. All you need is a library card.
If you don't have a card yet, drop by the library and pick one up.
All students from early years to Grade 12 can pick up a free membership to the library.
The EPL also has many e-books and audio books which can be downloaded online using your library card.
As well, if you're learning to drive, the library website as a section to practice all the questions you will face taking your G1 test. You also can get into the ancestry library edition and check out where your family originated.
The EPL has more resources than ever before. The modern library is much more than books and magazines.
Check it out today.
Ever thought of joining the largest volunteer organization in the entire world?
As of April, 2015, Lions Club International had more than 46,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members in over 200 countries around the world.
Diabetes is their new global service. Clubs around the world have been hosting awareness campaigns, screening programs, and helping expand treatment to stop this devastating disease.
Consider joining the Lions today. For more info, check out the Emo and District Lions Club on Facebook.