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Emo Legion rolls out the carpet for carpet bowling

The Royal Canadian Legion in Emo opened for carpet bowling season, the first week of September. After the seniors finish playing, they all gather – while physically distanced – for a luncheon meal.

With COVID-19, all seniors play with their masks on and use different sanitized woods to push the balls along the carpet.

Local runner ready to start community running club

Tie up your shoes and stretch those quads, one local woman is ready to bring running to the masses.

Lori Leduc is a relatively new resident, most recently from Red Deer, Alta., who moved to town to be closer to her family, and in doing so has brought her years of running and coaching experience to both the United Native Friendship Centre (UNFC) and the general public at large.

Nicole LePine makes adaptive water sport history

Sunset Water Sports officially used the adaptive water equipment donated by Child and Family Services last weekend.

Family and friends came to Point Park to watch and cheer for Nicole LePine, 22, the first person to use the adaptive sit ski after volunteers received extensive training on how to provide the assistance needed.