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A participant of Katie Weatherston’s annual girls’ hockey school worked her way through a drill yesterday. The camp wraps up this afternoon at the Ice for Kids Arena.
Sierra Adams soaked a crowd of bystanders watching the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship’s annual parade of boats late yesterday afternoon. Mike Adams and Vince Godbout (Team #99) decked their boat out with a Hawaiian theme for the parade.
The “Carrie-Ann” crewed by pirates Carrie Bragg and Cassie Westover, in vicious hand-to-hand combat, rammed and eventually sank the “Tica, Tica, Tica” (crewed by Kenny Holmes and Patrick Vogan) during the sixth-annual Great Beaver Cardboard and Duct Tape Boat Races in Rainy River on Sunday.
Christine Bethune, perinatal resource nurse at La Verendrye Hospital here, showed Larry Cousineau, chair of the Riverside Foundation for Health Care, how the new neonatal transport incubator that arrived last week works.
With Cst. Pete Drouin behind the wheel of the police boat, OPP summer students Dayton Brown, left, and Cody Van Drunen, at the front of the boat, prepared to meet with a boating party last Thursday morning on the upper river here.
Danielle Belanger and her eight-month-old daughter, Regan, took to the water at Pither’s Point beach to beat the heat Monday afternoon.
Jenna Nowak and Mitch Cain were ready to head out on patrol last Thursday morning. As OPP summer students, the duo are promoting the “Lock It or Lose It” anti-theft campaign.
Joel Morris shows off the bike he’ll be using to complete the first-annual 100-km bicycle fundraiser. Proceeds will go towards the Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau, along with some to the local Model Railroad Club (Morris is president of both organizations).
Ian Jodoin accepted his prize from Duncan Keith for being one of the trivia winners as “Duncan Keith Day” committee member Larry Patrick, centre, smiled his approval during Monday’s ceremony at the Ice for Kids Arena.