Volunteers sought for ‘Stuff-A-Cruiser’

By Robin McCormick
Devlin correspondent

The annual “Stuff-A-Cruiser” is taking place Saturday. Dec. 7. As always it takes place at Cloverleaf in Emo, as well as several locations in Fort Frances and Rainy River.

The organizers are looking for volunteers. Students would be welcome, and it’s a great way to earn your volunteer hours. Two-hour shifts are doable, or however long you chose.

Call Charlene at 486-3455 or 275-8841.

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“Holly Daze” is coming up Dec. 6-7 in Emo.

The Christmas parade is Dec. 6. This always proves to be an enjoyable evening.

Parade, hot chocolate, cookies, amazing floats and to top it off a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus!

Be sure to mark this on your calendar. It’s a true way to put you in the holiday spirit.

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Congratulations to Alexis Mose and Regan Geddes on the birth of their son, Xavier David Kent Geddes. Xavier was born Nov. 6.

This little guy was born three weeks early but is doing great.

Proud grandparents are Dave and Tracy Mose and proud great-grandparents are Les and Rose Mose.

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Country entertainers, “Country Rewind,” will be performing on Saturday, Nov. 16 in Barwick. This group comes from Atikokan.

They perform a variety of easy listening, music for dancing and country classics.

There will be a $5 admission fee; that cost is to cover water and snacks. Organizers hope to see a lot of folks out to enjoy this evening.

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Robin’s 2¢

Country Units Of Measurement:

Next door–one-two minutes;

Right up the road–five-10 minutes;
A couple miles–10-20 minutes;

Not to far–20-25 minutes;

A little ways–over an hour; and

A pretty good drive–two hours-plus.