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Beach art

Jaxon Grimard created some art inspired by sand and surf last Thursday during a “Beach Day" party in Ms. Richards' class at Robert Moore School. The Grade 1 students turned their classroom into a tropical paradise and had a fun-filled day with beach-themed crafts, snacks, games, and activities. The idea for the party came after the students read the book, "Moe the Dog in Tropical Paradise.”

'Beach Day'

Ember van der Kroef was playing “Beach I Spy" yesterday during a "Beach Day" party in Ms. Richards' class at Robert Moore School. The Grade 1 students turned their classroom into a tropical paradise and had a fun-filled day with beach-themed crafts, snacks, games, and activities. The idea for the party came after the students read the book, "Moe the Dog in Tropical Paradise.”

Lady Marlene

The “Lady Marlene," owned by Bo And Marlene Armstrong, cruised around Rainy Lake for 25-plus years. But Bo Armstrong always had dreams of owning a tug—a dream he realized when he purchased the "Owandem.”

Young archer

Julianna Indian of Big Island tested her bow-and-arrow skills against a challenging field of competitors at “The Vegas Shoot” World Archery Festival in Las Vegas last month.

Sending a message

Robert Moore kindergarten student Laila Barnard wrote down an anti-bullying message yesterday during Pink Shirt Day. Students at Rainy River District School Board schools stood up against bullying yesterday, wearing pink and participating in anti-bullying activities.

100 days and counting

J.W. Walker kindergarten students Nash Dolyny, left, and Bryden Strachan proudly showed off their “100th Day” T-shirts on Friday. Some schools across the district marked the 100th day of the school year with a number of activities involving the number 100.

Bench donation

Members of Robert Moore School's student council accepted two “buddy benches" from Fort High's manufacturing class last Wednesday. The class made and delivered the benches, which will be added to the playground there. "Buddy benches” are being used as a tool to eliminate loneliness and foster friendships on the playground.