Chantal Wall, left, and Gina King took the “plunge” together into Sand Bay during the Voyageur Lions Club’s annual “Polar Plunge” on New Year’s Day. A record number of participants took part this year, with about $15,000 being raised. See more photos online at: http://www.fftimes.com/image/tid/103
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Alan Zucchiatti drew the Kiwanis Club’s “Trip of the Month” winner for January this morning at International Travel Services as fellow Kiwanian Irene Laing looked on. Kevin Busch of Fort Frances will be heading to San Diego—a trip valued at $2,500. The club sold all of its “Trip of the Month” draw tickets prior to Christmas.
Nina Barnard, 10, Linda Stewart, and Hailey Barnard, seven, sat down to enjoy a turkey feast after volunteering at the annual community Christmas dinner last Thursday afternoon at Knox United Church here.
Tiny Jackson Leininger may have greeted Santa with a big yawn but Morgan Olson definitely was more excited when jolly St. Nick stopped by their home here on Christmas Eve before making his regular rounds that night.
Turner and Morgan Redford and friends took advantage of the milder weather after Christmas to enjoy the outdoor skating rink in Emo. On good days, district residents can be seen skating or taking part in a game of hockey there.
Ethan Osmar, four, went for a bumpy ride down the hill on the overpass on Sunday. District youngsters are enjoying another week of Christmas holidays before heading back to school on Monday (Jan. 5).
Steve Boileau served up some action for Toby Munro during the Sunset Country Squash Club’s annual Boxing Day tournament here. Ben Andrusco won the tourney crown after beating Jason Kabel in the final. —Amanda Roy photo
Work continues at the future site of the Ge-Da-Gi Binez Youth Centre on Eighth Street, with the aim to be fully operational April 1.
This male cardinal was spotted among the snow-covered branches in town last week. The cardinal isn’t common to Northwestern Ontario, but recently several pairs of the species have been seen here and perhaps will be included in this year’s local Christmas Bird Count, which is set to go this Friday (Jan. 2).
Liam Quast, eight, raced down the hill at the overpass on his flying saucer yesterday afternoon.