Clothing donations much appreciated

By Dave Ogilvie
Emo correspondent

The Emo and District Lions would like to thank everyone who has donated to the Canadian Diabetes Association’s Clothesline program.
The clothing from the red bins in Emo is transported to Fort Frances, combined with all the donations from the Fort Frances bins and then shipped to Thunder Bay.
The clothing is then sold by the pound to various thrift stores and other businesses.
The money raised goes to support diabetes research in Canada.
The Lions would also like to thank Cloverleaf Grocery and Kaemingh Fuels for their help in transporting the bags of clothing to Fort Frances.
Just one request from the Lions Club–please place your clothing in a garbage bag before depositing them in the bins.
This will make the job of collecting the donations just a little bit easier.
Together we can help find a permanent cure for diabetes.
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The Emo Public Library, in conjunction with all the libraries in the district and the Ontario Library Service, has a download centre where audio-books and ebooks are available for download to your computer or handheld device.
Your just need a library card and access to the internet to download many fantastic titles.
Please check out their webpage and all the available titles at: ontario.libraryreserve.com/10/50/en/Default.htm
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The Muskie football team started their training camp last Thursday.
It will be running from 3:30 until 6 p.m. until school starts (players should arrive around 2:30-3 p.m. during camp).
It still may be possible to join the team, especially if you’ve had some experience playing. Just show up at 3:30 p.m. introduce yourself to the coaches and ask if there’s room for you on the team.
Come out and show your Muskie Pride!
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The Rainy River-Baudette Border Lions Club, is selling raffle tickets on a 21-foot Princecraft pontoon boat, complete with a 90 horsepower Mercury and a trailer.
Ticket are $20 and only 3,000 tickets have been printed. The winning ticket will be drawn at the Rainy River Walleye Tournament on Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.
All proceeds will go to the RRBB Disaster Relief Fund.
Second prize will be $1,500 cash, while third will be $500.
The boat is provided by Nestor Falls Marine.
Help support the Lions in the west end of the district by picking up your ticket as soon as possible.
You do not have to be at the tournament to claim your prize but it would be great to see you there.

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