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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

Fishing for a Cure

The members of “Pink Attitoode” paraded around the track at Pither's Point with their canoe and fishing rods in hand. The fifth annual “Relay for Life” here on Friday night, had teams start walking the track around 7:00 p.m. and they finished by 6:00 a.m. Saturday morning. The event raised roughly $ 48,500 for cancer research. —Amanda Roy photo

Relay racers

Brady McMahon, a 12-year-old grade seven student at Robert Moore school, runs in the last event of the regional intermediate track and field event held at the St. Francis Sportsfields last Friday - a relay race. –Justin Holmes photo

Deep thinkers

Brittany York, front, pondered what the answer to the final question on her (Grade 9) Geography exam was, yesterday afternoon in the small gym at Fort Frances High School. Meanwhile, classmates Sarah Pruys, centre back, and Amber Gibson reviewed their papers before handing them over to their teacher Rob Donaldson.

Tree down

Overnight, in the east end of town, at the corner of Minnie Ave. and Third St. E., a large tree toppled over and crushed a satellite dish on a nearby home. Also around 3 a.m. over 700 homes in the east end of town lost power. —Amanda Roy photo