Taking care to wear white gloves so as to not harm the artifact, museum interpretive exhibit intern Emily Carr made a last-minute adjustment to this Hudson Bay Company coat on display as part of the new history of Fort Frances exhibit at the local museum.
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Museum curator and local artist Pam Hawley gave Kelsey Langtry, left, and Samantha Hammond, right, tips on sketching loons Saturday as they watched a film that’s part of the “Cry of the Loon” exhibit at the Fort Frances Museum. That last day for that exhibit is Sept. 29. The October exhibit will be “Count Your Pennies.”
Delbert Ross, right, tried for birdie on a short put on the ninth hole of the annual Frog Creek Open on Sunday morning but fell short. The “hackers” tournament, in which all participants must have a handicap of at least 15, draws many regulars who enjoy the easy-going atmosphere of the event, including Ross and his three flightmates. All four are regulars in the Frog Creek Open.
Les Caul drove his team of horses along Highway 613 North on Saturday as an old-fashioned “wagon train” got on its way. About 30 people piled into three wagons while others rode their horses from Harold and Karen Kellar’s residence to the Dance Hall. A dinner and social evening was held, with the group taking a different route home the following morning.
Mathew Nowak, foreground, had some “sopa ranchera” with his mom, Cathy Richards, and sister, Jenna Nowak, as well as other family members, on Saturday evening during a Mexican-themed dinner at St. John’s Anglican Church. The church saw a nearly full house for the special supper, which featured food like chili, tamales, frijoles refritos, and enchilada verdes. Sept.
Josie McLeod, left, Joanne Bliss, and Arlene Georgeson were among the participants who walked, ran, and biked in the local Terry Fox Run yesterday afternoon. The group left the Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau at 2 p.m., made their way to Pither’s Point, and then turned around and made it back to the old CN station for a barbecue courtesty of Community Living Fort Frances and District.
Helen Andrusco checked out some of the items in a living room display at Green’s Countrywide this morning during its grand re-opening to showcase the store’s new look. A number of sales are being offered throughout the three-day extravaganza, as well as draw prizes, cookies, and coffee.
Muskie quarterback Blake Wepruk got set to throw a bomb upfield during the second half of the team’s WHSFL season-opener Friday afternoon against the visiting Sturgeon Heights Huskies. Wepruk would score the black-and-gold’s lone touchdown on a quarterback sneak in their 20-6 loss.
Amy Norris, two, chowed down on a delicious pancake breakfast cooked up by local Air Cadets and their parents as her dad, Brian, looked on Saturday morning at the Fort Frances Airport.
Luis Valenzuela tended to a makeshift memorial dedicated to the late Ben Klyne, a starting linebacker with the Muskie football team who was killed in a car accident last month, during the team’s season-opener here Friday. Klyne was memorialized in a short ceremony before the game, and the team will wear his #27 on their helmets for the season.