Natahsa King, left, and Beth Brown walked down the River Road this morning as part of Tom Bruyere’s eighth-annual “Walk for Dialysis.” The contingent of walkers was expected to end their 20-mile trek between 1:30-2 p.m. today at North American Lumber here. Pledges raised by walkers will go to the local renal dialysis program at La Verendrye Hospital.
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The “Cry of the Loon” exhibit continues at the Fort Frances Museum until the end of the month. It features several loon displays, like the one seen above, accompanied by informative panels, as well as art and poetry created by local artists. A workshop for children focusing on creating art inspired by loons will be held there next Saturday (Sept. 15) from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $2.75 to attend.
Barwick catcher Kevin Gemmell held off from swinging at a low pitch before flying out to left-field in the bottom of the first of the RRDFL final last Thursday evening at Oltsher Field. Gemmell ended up going 1-for-3 with a walk on the night, but scored the tying run from first base after a Jason Wilson single in the sixth inning.
Rylee Nixon, left, Holly Nixon, Rebecca Mills, and Angel Nixon enjoyed some treats they had picked up at the convenience store while sitting in the sunshine atop a rocky hill in Devlin last Thursday afternoon.
Angie Fraser, left, drew the winning ticket for the Kiwanis “Trip of the Month” draw for September on Friday at International Travel Services as club treasurer Robin Wright looked on. Teresa Hazel of Fort Frances won a trip to Holland, valued at $5,400. Next month’s trip is to New York City.
Jimmy Spruce watched his drive head down the fairway of the first hole at the Kitchen Creek Golf Course during the Fort Frances Jr. Sabres’ golf tournament Saturday morning as Sabres Colin Spencer, second from left, and Nick Knutsen, third from left, looked on.
The Barwick Blue Knights mobbed shortstop Vaughn Wilson, left, after he stole home in the eighth inning of the RRDFL final last night to beat the visiting Sight & Sound Wolves 3-2.
Domi Allan, left, caught a oiled-up honeydew melon tossed by Dillon Allan yesterday afternoon during a “Family Fun Day” at Sunny Cove. Parents and children alike came out for lunch and played games all day at the first-annual event, which was put on by United Native Friendship Centre’s UMAYC and Circle of Life Centre staff for clients in numerous programs.
Jessica Cousineau, centre, received her course timetable and locker assignment from secretary Nancy Taggart this morning during the first day of registration at Fort Frances High School. Students can pay their fees and pick up their timetables until 3:30 p.m. today, as well as between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday.
Karl Howells of Fort Frances, left, and Dale LaBelle of Devlin hoisted the International Falls Bass Championship trophy on Saturday after winning the third-annual tournament. It was a steady climb to the top for the team, who placed third in 2005 and then second last year.