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Wet helper

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.

Tea time

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.

Monster art

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.

Purity Farms

Larry Lamb, above, with his wife Linda, may be getting ready to retire, but his lifetime of farm advocacy and innovation will leave a lasting legacy on the Rainy River District. The owner of Purity Seeds Limited, upper left, has used his background in science and education for the betterment of his neighbours and region.

Go live cutline

Riverside celebrated their latest “Go-Live" accomplishment. In partnership with Rainy River Drugs the Emo and Rainy River Health Centres successfully completed their transition from paper to electronic despite these challenging "COVID times”.

Windigo cutline

Siblings Arianna and Colby Windigo were out for a fun wagon ride/walk around their home on Nigigoonsiminikaaning First nation. Both have been passing the time outside almost all day everyday playing with their toys and going for walks, trying to stay active. What has your family been doing during COVID-19?

Sow happy

These Berkshire cross pigs were born two weeks ago at David Donaldson's farm in Burriss Township. The litter of 10 are doing well. When they're not eating, have been enjoying burrowing in the deep straw on these cool days.

Fence cutline

Keith Caul is manning the tractor, while his son-in-law, Rey Chartier and son Rustyn help him guide the bucket, to push in fence posts for a new fence line around their Burris property. The ground was soft enough to use the tractor bucket - no hole digging required! What is your family doing during COVID-19 to stay busy? Take a picture and send it to us, so we can share it with other readers!

Run like the wind

Siblings Kane and Addy took advantage of the windy weather last week to break out their kite, while their dog Leif keeps watch. What is your family doing to stay safe and active during COVID-19? Set your camera to high resolution, take a picture and send it to us, so we can share it with readers. Send your pictures to tips@fortfrances.com