Pam Hawley, curator of the Fort Frances Museum offered up a cultural awareness presentation to participants of the Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies Youth Communication Advocacy Network (YouthCAN) conference here Monday. The youths also learned about healthy living and physical activity, as well as making new friends from across the region.
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Assistant driller Benoit Fournel got a first look at the fruit of his labours—fresh core samples. These will be carefully studied for their mineral content.
Michael Brady, right, playing Maxwell Smart, and Justine Christie (Agent 99) got into a sticky situation at the Fortune Cookie Club as they were guarded by Jessica Liggins (Mary Wong) in a scene from “Get Smart” on Friday night. Muskie Theatre offered up the production last Thursday through Saturday at the Townshend Theatre.
Student first responders Tirzah Keffer, left, and Benjamin Robinson demonstrated CPR and, subsequently, the use of an automatic external defibrillator in the atrium of Fort Frances High School yesterday. The device will be available at any time of the day (by the first response team there or the caretakers) in the case of someone suffering cardiac arrest.
Pam Hawley, curator of the Fort Frances Museum, poined out artifacts as she gave a cultural awareness presentation to participants of the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies Youth Communication Advocacy Network (YouthCan) conference here yesterday. The youths also learned about healthy living and physical activity, as well as making new friends from across the region.
The Fort Frances Choraliers, directed by Diane Maxey, performed a “dress rehearsal” of their Christmas cantata, “For the Love of Christmas,” last night at Rainycrest. Their main performance will be this coming Sunday (Dec. 16) at 3 p.m. at St. Mary’s Church. Admission is a goodwill offering.
Justine Christie (Agent 99), left, Michael Brady (Maxwell Smart), Sally Roach (Chief), and Sierra Spicer (Miss Finch) performed a scene from “Get Smart” on Friday night at the Townshend Theatre. Muskie Theatre offered up the comedic show last Thursday through Saturday.
Sue Worthman of Ranier, Mn. took a good look at a snowman birdfeeder and a wood-and-wire tree Saturday at The Christmas Store—just two of the 14 items created by the Riverside Foundation for Health Care’s special events committee for its “Wreaths ’n Things” fundraiser, which ran Thursday through yesterday. The penny auction raised $800 for district health care.
The Portage Avenue underpass was reopened to two lanes late yesterday as work on the site has wrapped up for the winter. The public is reminded, however, to continue using only the east sidewalk through the winter since the west one is not ready yet. The project will resume in the spring, and is scheduled for completion in early fall of 2008.
Tyrell Kempf, four, told Santa and Mrs. Claus what he wanted for Christmas while visiting with the pair Saturday at the Fort Frances Museum. Children had their pictures taken with the jolly couple, enjoyed cookies and cocoa, and also were invited to join in some games and activities. The event was put on by the local Business Improvement Association.