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Donut duo

Trent Wilson and Ashlyn Beck went stride for stride through Lions Park as they participated in the inaugural “Run for the Donut.” They topped the male and female divisions, respectively.

'Run for the Donut' deemed a success

Emo's first “Run for the Donut” 5K held Saturday morning was deemed a total success by organizers.

Some 87 eager participants enjoyed a beautiful fall morning while doing a double loop around Front Street and the Lions Park before finishing near the pavilion.

The event was the culmination of Emo's “Rainy River Running” walk/run program that began earlier this fall.

Auxiliary fall tea set for Oct. 13

The Emo and District Hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual fall tea, bazaar, bake sale, and white elephant table on Friday, Oct. 13 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Emo Legion.

Admission is $3, with all proceeds going to the auxiliary's project in the Emo Health Centre.

Be sure to bring a friend and come out to support the auxiliary and all its hard-working members.

Leading way

Cleo Reynolds, led by her mother, Shari, competed in this year's “Pole Bending" competition during the horse show. Despite the heat, "Zack” was calm and collected throughout the afternoon's events. All the young people who competed were rewarded with applause from those on hand.

Dual sawing

Vaughn Wilson, one of this year's rookie loggers, and his sister, Sis McCormick, took part in this year's “Jack and Jill” cross-cut saw competition when females from the crowd are invited to come down to compete with one of the loggers. There were several women willing to test their skills this year.