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2006 Images

Skating

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Skating

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Basketball

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Hockey

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Hockey

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Community support

Seth Bird, 11, left, was next in line for a hot dish of spaghetti served up by Darren McCormick, right, during a benefit spaghetti supper held last night at the Nanicost gymnasium in support of the family of five-month old Fort Frances resident Tanner McFarlane McCormick, who is battling a brain cyst.

Fine dining

Dave Petsnick and his wife, Angela, enjoyed an entrée of Greek chicken—a breast of chicken filled with feta cheese and spinach over a bed of sun-dried tomatoes and black olive coulis—and potatoes, zucchinni, and carrots last night during the local Alzheimer Society’s “Chef’s Charitable Dinner and Auction” at the Adventure Inn.

Black angel

Local members of the Tobacco Awareness Youth Group made 130 snow angels around town last night and painted them black to represent the 130 Canadians who die every day from tobacco products. The youth-led group is trying to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking, particularly among youth who are often the target of tobacco industry advertising.

—Jenni Condon photo

In stitches

Savannah Fortner, 10, left, Maisie Fichuk, nine, and Emma Kunkel, nine, proudly showed off some of their knitting skills yesterday at J.W. Walker School. The three girls are members of the school’s knitting club, which has about 25 to 30 students meeting three times a week to learn to knit or pick up new techniques.

Squaring off

Local NDP candidate John Rafferty, far right, answered a question during last Wednesday night’s debate at Our Lady of the Way School in Stratton as fellow candidates Ken Boshcoff (Liberal) and David Leskowski (Conservative) looked on. Green Party candidate Russ Aegard also took part. —Ken Johnston photo