J.W Walker students Sophia Black, centre, and Emma Bodnarchuk received the monthly Recognition of Excellence from the Rainy River District School Board last Tuesday evening. The award was given to the two students for their dedicated efforts in their school's production of “A Year With Frog And Toad” earlier this year.
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Kelly Big George, the newest member of the Fine Line Art Gallery co-op, showed off a couple of her paintings, which she has for sale at the Mowat Avenue gallery.
Samantha Korzinski, left, Mel McPherson, Missy McPherson, Tammy Ryll, and Mickenna Ryll clog danced to the Pointer Sisters' high-energy “Neutron Dance.”
Layla Hunter, left, Abigale Gibbons, and Olivia Dolph (above) danced to Smokey Robinson and the Miracles' “Tears of A Clown" while at right, Sophie Calder, left, Gemma Perrault, Avery Lockman, and Bella Hunter performed "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" last Thursday evening during Dancemakers School of Dance's recital, "Magic of Motown,” at the Townshend Theatre.
Borderland residents proudly walked through downtown International Falls on Saturday during the International Falls Autism Support Group's third-annual National Autism Awareness Day Walk.
Evelyn Barker carefully chose her next brushstroke last Wednesday while working on her painting for the upcoming spring art show at the Fine Line Art Gallery here. The theme this year is “Teal,” and artists who want to take part are reminded to get their blue-green coloured artwork into the gallery by the end of April.
Sheldon Adams, left, Tyler Yatchuk, Matt Smith, Don Smith, Shawn Brown, Elias Bird, and Ryan Jack were among the class of 37 First Nations' firefighters who graduated recently from the Six Nations fire training academy.
Angelina Spuzak, left, Cara Eluik, and Paige Happy were among the students who performed the Jackson Five's “I Want You Back" last Thursday evening during the "Magic of Motown,” Dancemakers School of Dance's annual spring dance recital. Friends and families packed the theatre for the roughly 90-minute show that featured 26 numbers in all. See more photos on page A5.
Fort Frances Lakers' forward Nick Lucas looked to flip a pass from the corner to linemate Jaedin Ness for a scoring chance during their squad's 6-3 win over the Dryden GM Ice Dogs in Game 4 of their best-of-seven semi-final series Thursday night at the Ice For Kids Arena here.
Greta Fedoruk was all business as she made her way out on the ice for her “Nefertiti” performance.