Local CN Police Cst. Pete LeDrew offered up railway safety messages to Brad Hill’s Grade 4 class from J.W Walker School at the McIrvine Road crossing here yesterday. He will be giving a similar presentation to students at St. Francis School on Friday in conjunction with national “Safe Crossing Week” (Nov 1-7).
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Boston Pizza franchisees Elizabeth Leishman-Fortes and Dale Fortes were joined by their nephew, Jayden, and daughter, Isabella, while cutting the ceremonial pizza Friday evening to commemorate the opening of the new Boston Pizza here.
Hoping to beat the other team at mummy-making, Brandon Cole wrapped up Evan Fletcher with toilet paper at St. Francis School’s Hallowe’en party Friday afternoon. Students also visited a fortune teller and played tons of games—all while raising money for a yet-to-be determined charity.
Angelina and Logan Morris painted clay pots to look like jack-o-lanterns during Hallowe’en activities Saturday afternoon at the Fort Frances Museum. Decked out in costumes, the children had tons of spook-tacular fun with face-painting, game,s and getting to “bust” some ghosts.
Gabriella Peters, left, Eliza Kawulia, and Anna Peters were spotted trick-or-treating on Nelson Street early Saturday evening. In addition to going door-to-door all over town, up to 1,000 trick-or-treaters and their parents also dropped by the “haunted backyard” behind Tess’ Kitchen on Scott Street.
Kiwanis member Capt. Angel Sandoval, left, drew the winning ticket for the Kiwanis “Trip of the Month” draw for November this morning at International Travel Services while club president Angie Korizinski looked on. Karen Sockolotuk will be heading to the Mayan Riviera—a prize worth $4,600. Next month’s trip is to Hawaii.
Avah Barron-Chapman, right, dressed as a chick, passed the pumpkin to Emma Wilson (“Eeyore”) as the toddler class at the Fort Frances Day Care participated in Hallowe’en games and activities there this morning.
Terry Munn got an H1N1 vaccination from public health nurse Myrna Kraynyk-Cooper yesterday afternoon at the Northwestern Health Unit office here.
Scooby-Doo (a.k.a. Dakota Cooper) was all smiles at the Fort Frances Public Library yesterday morning during one of the Hallowe’een-themed programs. The youngsters—dressed up in everything from ladybugs to witches to pandas—dropped in to hear some spooky songs and stories, and eat some Hallowe’en treats.
Sisters Samantha, left, Cassidy, and Jessica Martin got into the Hallowee’en spirit as they participated in the fifth-annual scavenger hunt at Wal-Mart yesterday evening. Each child was given a map, which led them to different departments of the store to receive treats and a Hallowe’en safety tip.