With hot weather here, the Family Centre welcomes do- nations of water and gatorade, to keep those in need hydrated. Drop off any donations between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the old train station.
The Cattlemen’s Association needs a few extra hands to get the new Sales Barn ready for the first auction of the season. If you can help, call Louis Bujold at 807-276-3493.
Volunteers are needed for the Emo Fall Fair! Lots of positions needing to be filled. To join the team, call Laura Haglin at 807-487-1888 before the fair, or at the fair office the week of the fair only, at 807-482-2238, or e-mail her at R.R.V.A.S@ hotmail.com.
The Fort Frances Lakers are looking for billet families and a billet coordinator, to provide a home away from home for players. To join, or just to find out what’s involved, call Sarah at 275-6991.
The Big Tent is going up for the Rainy River Walleye Tournament. The project typically requires a dozen pairs of hands. All welcome. Tent will go up, weather permitting, on August 26. To pitch in, call Richard Trenchard at 276-7580. Lots of volunteer opportunities for tournament weekend, too!
Rainy River District Victim Services Program is looking for compassionate and empathetic individuals for our team of volunteers. Our volunteers provide emotional and practical support to victims in their time of need. Individuals in all major centers of the District (Atikokan, Fort Frances and Rainy River) are encouraged to apply. Free specialized training is included and involves 30 online hours (work at your own pace) and 10 hours of in house certificate training based on Ministry Standards. For more information please visit www.rrdvsp.ca, call 274-5687 or stop by our office at 334 Scott Street.
The FORT FRANCES VOLUNTEER BUREAU (FFVB) is accepting applications for membership renewals and new member volunteers. If you are a volunteer or someone interested in volunteering and believe in the positive impact volunteers have on our community, please pick up an application form at the FFVB (open 11:00 am to 3:00 pm daily) or send an email to email@example.com requesting an application form.
The WWRD Lions Club is seeking new members. They meet the second Tuesday of each month at the Rainy River Evangelical Covenant Church. Fort more information, contact Secretary, Peggy Advent at WestRRDLions@gmail.com or phone 807-483-5403.
Best for Kitty is in desperate need of foster homes to provide a safe and loving environment, while kittens and cats await their furever homes. Many cats have had to be turned away from the shelter, due to a lack of fosters. Full support and sup- plies are provided. For more information on what’s involved, or to volunteer, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Legion Ladies Auxiliary to Branch 29 is always on the lookout for new members! If you would like to know more about joining this group of fun and hard working ladies please contact Cindy Noble at 271-2021 or Joanne Gosselin at 274- 5932.
The Rainycrest Auxiliary would like to thank you for all of your generous donations to the Tuck Shop. It means a lot to the residents to be able to go shopping at our shop for gifts, toiletries, personal items and snacks, especially during the times when we have all been asked to stay at home due to Covid. We could use: unused toiletries (remember Rainycrest is a scent free zone) knick knacks or decorative items for residents to use as gifts or to decorate their own space. Jewelry and stuffies are always appreciated. We would also like you to remember to donate items for our male residents. Items can be left inside the front door with a label saying ATTN Gary in the Tuck Shop.