Carpet bowling will be starting up next Thursday (Sept. 9) at the Emo Legion.
Bowling will run from 10-11:45 a.m., at a cost of $1, followed by a luncheon from noon-12:30 p.m. at a cost of $6.
Newcomers are welcome.
Come out for a little exercise, a great meal, and a fantastic time of socializing with friends from across the district.
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The Fort Frances Lakers still are looking for billet families for their players for the 2010-11 season.
For more information, contact Mary Cooper at 274-6608 or 486-1320 or Mary Polz at 274-7264.
Join the Lakers’ family and host one of their hockey players for the upcoming season. Your help and support is much appreciated by the organization!
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You are invited to attend the annual Northern Networks conference, which this year is being held Sept. 15-16 in Fort Frances.
Northern Networks is a cross-border, multi-national trade event. Business people from Northwestern Canada, Minnesota, and Wisconsin will have the opportunity to tap into the experience of trade representatives.
This venue provides attendees the chance to discuss business ventures, meet other business people, plan strategic alliances, and build partnerships to maximize results.
Discover how to make the most of new opportunities in local energy and food.
This year’s conference will feature distinguished American and Canadian speakers, company tours, keynote speakers, and many networking opportunities. It has become known as central North American’s premiere business conference.
For more information (including the conference agenda) and to register, visit www.rrfdc.on.ca
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The Township of Emo will be flushing fire hydrants starting next Tuesday (Sept. 7) for roughly three weeks.
If your water is discoloured, flush your toilet until the water runs clean.
Be careful, as well, about doing any laundry until you have checked the condition of your water.
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Some items are ready for harvest at the Emo community garden, which is located at 6287 Highway 11 (beside Tompkins Road).
Everyone is welcome to help themselves to the produce.
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The next “Country Jam” will take place Friday, Sept. 17 at the Emo Legion.
After a successful jam held in conjunction with this year’s Emo Fair, the musicians are looking forward to getting back to their regular venue at the Legion.
People of all ages are invited to come out for a fun-filled night of music and dancing!