St. Francis students Caley Harland, Amanda Caron, and Katja Sutherland showed off their creations about “metathinking,” which can better be described as “thinking about thinking.” For the rest of the school year, students there will be creating projects that illustrate this concept to win a chance at a final pizza party for four.
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Volunteer Sue Drew, left, offered up roasted tomato and goat cheese bruschetta, as well as spinach and artichoke wonton crisps, to Don Manty before the main course of Chef’s Charitable Dinner & Auction at the Adventure Inn on Sunday night.
Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year award nominee Lyle Dolph, right, handed out 50/50 tickets to Jamie Busch last night as part of his volunteer duties during Fort Frances Jr. Sabres’ home games.
Sgt. Robyn Maceachern, OPP youth services co-ordinator, spoke about how parents need to play a greater role in reducing their family’s online risks Friday during the OAPSB meeting here.
Achour Cheblaoui of La Flambée served up some Greek chicken—chicken breasts filled with feta cheese and spinach over a bed of sun-dried tomatoes and black olive soulis—as part of the entrée Sunday evening during the Alzheimer Society’s Chefs’ Chartiable Dinner and Auction at the Adventure Inn.
RRCA president Ken McKinnon addressed members last Wednesday night during the annual meeting in Stratton.
Alyssa Van Drunen helped entertain fellow students and community members during Family Literacy Day activities yesterday at Donald Young School in Emo. “Seussical the Musical” will be performed at DYS during the week of Feb. 23.
Ron Hagerty and Ken Johnson were presented with plaques to honour their more than 12 years of service volunteering as counsellors at the “Door of Hope” during a tea Sunday afternoon at the Super 8 Motel in Fort Frances.
Kathy Smeeth, math co-ordinator for the Rainy River District School Board, was among the “Royal Readers” from across the district who read to students from JK-Grade 4 in their classrooms during the Family Literacy Day activities yesterday at Donald Young School.
Margaret Schonewille, executive director of the local Alzheimer Society, weighed a bucket of pennies Friday afternoon during the annual “Penny for Your Thoughts” weigh-in at Canadian Tire. The fundraiser ran Friday and Saturday, seeing a total of 426 pounds donated—more than double last year’s total of 181 pounds.