These chunks of charred wood show the damage left behind by an out-of-control brush fire earlier this month. The MNRF is stressing anyone looking to burn not to do so on windy days.
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Pharmasave was among the local businesses and agencies that celebrated the “Day of Pink" last Wednesday (April 12). Pictured here are Sue Korosec, front row left, Michelle Beck, and Donna Hyatt, and Patrick Goulding, back row left, Nancy Kehler, Naomi Sutton, Amanda Guimond, Chelsey Ogden, and Morgan Albisser.
Joanne Ogden, second from right, celebrated her award of excellence in nursing with the Director of Health at Naicatchewenin First Nation, Armand Jourdain, and co-workers Lorraine Smith, Erin Smith, and Doreen Smith.
Josh Henry, “Canada's Greatest Explorer," shared his stories and photos last Wednesday evening at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre as part of "The Human Experience Series." Refreshments were provided by the "Friends of the Library.”
Aiden DeGagne, foreground, Hunter Ottason, Courtney Sinclair, James Furlongh, and Cameron McFayden have been sharpening their shooting skills in preparation for the provincial competition happening April 21-23 in Trenton, Ont. The squad took top honours at the regional competition April 1 in Dryden to secure its spot at the provincial showdown.
Colt Grant was among the youngsters who combed the baseball diamond in Rainy River during the annual Easter egg hunt there.
Sekina Scheibler got a hands-on lesson as he helped Wayne Forsey remove pins in a mock total knee replacement operation.
Decked out in a big pink bow in support of “Day of Pink" yesterday, Grade 7 Robert Moore student Maya Davis, left, performed "The Forgetful Fairy Godmother " from Cinderella during the Rainy River District Festival for the Performing Art. Meanwhile, J.W. Walker teacher Keira Chown, above, led her class, also dressed in pink, in a recital of "Furry Bear” by A.A. Milne.
“Canada's Greatest Explorer" Josh Henry shared his stories and photos yesterday evening at the Fort Frances Public Library as part of "The Human Experience Series." Refreshments were provided by the "Friends of the Library.”
Donna, Blair, and Nichole Lowey enjoyed barbecued back ribs and chicken during the “Bear Clan Patrol” fundraiser dinner Saturday evening at Carl's Eatery here.