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Greyson Yatchuk, 2, has been helping his mom plant a perennial garden. So much joy in playing with the hose and getting dirty! What has your family been doing to stay busy during COVID-19? Take a high resolution photo, and send it in, so we can share it with readers! E-mail your pictures to tips@fortfrances.com.

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Chase Tkachyk, and his identical twin brothers, Walker and Finn, have been enjoying a new bouncy house their Grandma bought them, to keep them entertained while parks are closed. What has your family been doing to stay active and safe during COVID-19? Take a high resolution picture, and send it to us, so we can share it with other readers! Send your photos to tips@fortfrances.com.

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Siblings Cruz and Hayden Egan decided to launch an enterprise, selling baked goods and iced tea, to help pass the time during COVID-19. What has your family been doing to stay busy during COVID-19? Take a high resolution picture, and send it to us, so we can share it with other readers! Send your photos to tips@fortfrances.com.

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Hudson and Porter show off the blow art monsters they made using instructions from Community Living Fort Frances and District’s Open Air Art Studio. The Open Air Art Studio Facebook page posts a new instructional video every week and provides a list of the materials that will be needed to take part. The most recent art project is for a DIY Flower Panel.

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During COVID-19 Sophia and Mia Servello have been staying safe and active by playing on the lake behind their house in Naicatchewenin. What has your family been doing to stay active and safe during COVID-19? Set your camera to high resolution, take a picture and send it to us, so we can share it with readers! E-mail your photos to tips@fortfrances.com.

Tonight’s council meeting will shed some light on how tourism might evolve in Fort Frances.

Two of the region’s four new cases are asymptomatic, according to Ian Gemmill, Acting Medical Officer of Health for the Northwestern Health Unit. These are the first asymptomatic cases for the region, and have forced the NWHU to modify its follow-up strategy.