G.E.M.S. getting set for new season

G.E.M.S. is a club for girls from Grades 1-8. The meetings are held every second Tuesday until April from 4-5:45 p.m. at the Christian Reformed Church in Emo.
The first meeting of the 2004-05 season is slated for Tuesday, Oct. 5. Come out for singing, crafts, Bible lessons, and badge work.
For more information, contact Helen Cates (482-2716) or Corinne Webb (274-3181).
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The 2005 “cash calendars” from the Rainy River District Mutual Aid Association are now available. They can be purchased for $30 each at various businesses throughout the area.
Please help support your local fire department and get yours today.
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Cindy Judson has relocated her embroidery machine to Thunder Bay while Doug attends university and Luke plays hockey.
Catalogues, clothing, and cap samples still can be seen at the Sears office in Emo. Ann and staff are ready to assist customers in placing orders with The Thred Shed.
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A seniors’ lunch will be held tomorrow and next Thursday (Sept. 30) at the Legion in Emo. Carpet bowling will begin at 10:30 a.m., with lunch at noon (cost is $5 each). Cards to follow.
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Anyone interested in taking the baby-sitter’s course is asked to contact the Emo Family Resource Centre at 482-2946 (some restrictions do apply).
This course tentatively is slated to start on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
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Sturgeon Creek School will be holding its Terry Fox Run this Friday (Sept. 24) at 2 p.m.
An open house will be held at the school next Monday (Sept. 27) from 7-9 p.m. A book fair also will be running that night.
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Darlene Bruce and Gerry Allan topped the cribbage action last Wednesday at the Emo Legion with a score of 1,037. Low score went to Donna Sheppard and Lois LaBelle (906).
Granville Dyson won the door prize.
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Did you know?
It is impossible to lick your elbow.