James Yerxa, right, along with his cousins, Tristin and Anthony, laced up their skates yesterday afternoon for a game of shinny hockey at the north-end outdoor rink on Portage Avenue.
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Makenna Hill had a blast sliding down the hill at the overpass yesterday afternoon with her family. Children have been taking advantage of their Christmas holiday break by enjoying the mild weather. Students return to school on Jan. 9.
Tylar Gosselin shared a meal with his daughter, Abagail, on Sunday during the 24th-annual community Christmas dinner at Knox United Church. About 200 people attended the dinner, which ran from noon-2 p.m., with another 60 people getting “Meals on Wheels” delivered to them.
Andre Doucette cut the cake during his century celebration last Thursday afternoon at Rainycrest. Many of the residents, along with his sister-in-law, Elsie Doucette, right, and niece, Judy Lindholm, stopped by to offer their best wishes.
Valerie Groff, left, and her niece, Oakley, enjoyed a turkey meal with all the fixings Sunday during the 24th-annual community Christmas dinner. About 200 people attended the dinner, which ran from noon-2 p.m. at Knox United Church, with another 60 people getting “Meals on Wheels” delivered to them.
Decked out in their snowman costumes, kindergarten students in Mrs. Hills’ class recited their holiday songs and poems yesterday morning during the dress rehearsal for their Christmas concert that evening.
Griffin Galusha (Falling Star), left, Emmy Saciuk (Shooting Star), and Julianna Rousseau (Lucky Star) performed a scene from “Star of Wonder”—the Christmas concert presented Tuesday by the Grades 1-3 students at St. Michael’s School.
Tammy Thibault’s Grade 2 class at Robert Moore School “rocked out” as snowmen during their number in the primary grades’ Christmas concert rehearsal Tuesday morning in preparation for their concert that night. The intermediate concert took place there Wednesday night, while the Early Learning concert took the stage last night.
Junior Muskie Brennen Anderson towered over Seth Mymryk of the Kenora Broncos during NorWOSSA action yesterday at Fort High. A tightly-contested affair, the black-and-gold ended up falling just short in a 27-26 loss.
Neil Mainville got an early gift from Santa Claus yesterday afternoon at the Fort Frances Day Care. Jolly St. Nick wrapped up a series of appearances in town and now has headed back to the North Pole to get ready for a long night of deliveries on Christmas Eve.