The members of Lori Leduc's running club at the United Native Friendship Centre ran drills at the Point Park last Thursday. Leduc is a national level runner who has formed running clubs in several communities she's lived in, with the UNFC's club working on their fitness levels and incorporating cultural teachings.
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Town of Fort Frances operations and facilities manager Travis Rob, left, manned one of the drop-off tables at the Public Works building on Saturday afternoon during the town's Municipal Hazardous and Special Waste day.
Bob Green, Kurt Carlson and Jim Garvie posed for a photo with the most famous moose in town as it was being transported to its new home yesterday afternoon. The moose, formerly a fixture of the Fort Frances Tourist Information Centre, was carefully being moved out to the Fort Frances Municipal Airport by town staff, and its removable antlers were safely stowed away while in transit.
There's never time to rest when you're a chipmunk getting ready for the winter, and there are few better places for chipmunk treats than a deck at a cabin. Send us the photos you've taken of local wildlife to firstname.lastname@example.org. – Ken Kellar photo
Athletes with the 807 Selects Volleyball Club have been practicing at Point Park, to adhere to COVID guidelines. The club will move indoors as restrictions ease.
Drills have been underway at Point Park for the 807 Selects Volleyball Club. Coach Terry McMahon has long range plans for the volleyball club, as a way to develop local talent to compete on a larger level.
Newspapers are for more than just reading. Joelle Bruyere, 16, used her copy to enter the Ontario Community Newspapers Association “This Old Newspaper!?” Reader Contest!
Staff at the United Native Friendship Centre's Circle of Life building on Mowat Ave. were hard at work putting together roughly 250 take out-ready bags of fresh groceries and produce for those who wanted them on Thursday morning.
When parks staff found themselves unable to keep up with the work of maintaining cemeteries, the Town hired a small student crew, which is dedicated to the facilities. Mayor caul has been pleased with the results, and thanks families and other citizens who have pitched in to beautify the town.