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Winning skaters

Leslie Anderson, left, Grayson Wright, Bryden Strachan, Lila Black, and Tayah Cumming all proudly represented the Northern Lights School of Skating at the Winnipeg 2019 Super Skate Competition. The NLSS had many great showings from all of its skaters over the three-day competition—the school's first of the season.

'Odd Socks Day'

Students at Crossroads School in Devlin showed off their wild. colourful socks last Wednesday during “Odd Socks Day.” The students were urged to express themselves and celebrate their individuality.

Stromberg with medals

Adam Stromberg had a strong showing for the country of St. Lucia at the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States swimming championships held back on Nov. 8-10 in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The former Fort Frances Aquanaut swam to a total of eight medals, including three gold, on the international stage.

Muskies in Dryden

The Muskie boys' hockey team has been nothing short of impressive to start the NorWOSSA regular season and they showed that they truly are No. 1 as they posed with the championship trophy on Saturday after going a perfect 4-0 at the Dryden Eagles' annual two-day home tournament.

Enbridge cheque

Emo CAO Bridget Foster, left, Emo Station chief Rick Vanderaa, Emo Station firefighter James Klug, Enbridge Gas Inc. field supervisor Duane Harris, fire chief Joshua Colling, fire protection advisor Larry Lundy of the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, and Mayor Harold McQuaker recently got together for the presentation of the generous donation from Enbridge.