Lions Jim Martindale, left, and John Rafferty, under the supervision of mascot/head chef “Simba” (Gaby Hanzuk), made sandwiches in the kitchen at The Bonnie Blue here yesterday during the Voyageur Lions Club’s “Soup’s On” fundraiser. More than 70 people enjoyed soup and a sandwich luncheon, which included a contest to name the Voyageur Lions’ mascot (the winning name was “Simba”).
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Anniss Seid and Anika Alexander enjoyed a brief squash practice session at the Memorial Sports Centre last week. The local pair will leave for the Canadian junior national tournament in Victoria, B.C. next week.
Peter Humeniuk, a well-known artist from Thunder Bay, demonstrated some techniques of watercolour painting to a group of nearly 20 local residents during a weekend workshop called “The Colour of Music.” Held at the Little Beaver Snow Park lodge, participants spent two days learning and refining their artistic skills.
The craps table offered up plenty of fun during the Emo spray park committee’s Fun Casino Night on Saturday. Although the “gambling” was just for fun with no money involved, funds were raised during a silent and live auction, as well as several draws.
Riverside Foundation for Health Care special events committee members Maria Sanders, left, Livia Lundon, Natalie Kearns, Terssa Hazel, and Joan Allison showed off a sampling of the purses and handbags that will be up for bid or otherwise available to be won at the “Old Bags Lunch” coming up on Saturday, April 19.
“The Kids on the Block” puppets, operated by drama students at Fort Frances High School, taught district elementary school students about disabilities during a series of performances Friday. Such things as visual impairment, cerebral palsy, and learning disabilities were highlighted.
Jamison Shortreed got the pads down to make a save during a 3-on-3 scrimmage last night at the Ice for Kids Arena. The practice was in preparation for an upcoming 3-on-3 tournament which is slated for Thunder Bay this weekend. A number of local teams are planning to take part in the event.
About a dozen moms and infants participated in the new session of “Mother Goose,” which got underway this morning at the Fort Frances Public Library. The free 10-week program teaches parents and caregivers songs and lap rhymes they can sing to their youngsters.
Muskie winger George Halverson blasted through the Ancaster Royals’ defence in the second period of their OFSAA opener yesterday afternoon. Goalie Tyler Leach came up with the save, but Fort High went on to win the game 5-3.
Cathy Richards, left, and her mother, Jean, pored over the artwork Robert Moore students in Rhian McIvor’s Grade 6 class created for the upcoming “Think Green” exhibit at the Fine Line Art Gallery on Mowat Avenue. Cathy Richards taught art to McIvor’s class, getting the students to use recyclables and make works reflecting an environmental theme.